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Herbert and Antoinette Schlater Scholarship

To be eligible for the Herbert and Antoinette Schlater Scholarship, applicant must meet the following criteria:


- A student with a parent employed by either Sidney Electric Co. or Area Energy and Electric for a minimum of two years prior to January of the award year
- Preference is given to a graduating high school senior; however, an older student may apply
- Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 on 4.0 scale; this requirement will not apply if the applicant has not attended high school or a post-secondary college within the past two years
- Must be attending adult education, an accredited trade school or pursuing a two-year or four-year degree at an accredited community college or university

Selection will be based upon financial need, academic ability, community, religious and school service, and recommendations. One $2,500 scholarship to a Sidney Electric Co. employee's child and one $2,500 scholarship to an Area Energy and Electric employee's child.

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