FFA Scholarship

Announcing the 2018 FFA Scholarship Recipients!



Ag Partners and Alceco are proud to offer an FFA award to one high school senior from each eligible FFA chapter in the Ag Partners trade area. This award is based on points accumulated throughout each student’s FFA career.
Any high school senior in each FFA chapter may apply for this award. An FFA member can receive this award only once.
 
FFA Award Criteria
An applicant for the Ag Partners/Alceco FFA Scholarship:

  • Must be a high school senior.
  • Must be an active member of their school’s FFA chapter.
  • Must plan to enroll in an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the fall of the next academic year.

 
Selecting Recipients
The overall award winner is be determined by total points based on the career of the FFA participant. In the event of a tie, determination of the overall award winner is based first on leadership within the FFA organization and then on community involvement.
 
Distributing the Awards
All scholarships are provided as cash awards in the form of a check issued following the first post-high school semester.
The checks are made payable to the student upon the successful completion of the first semester and proof of enrollment for the second semester in the form of a class schedule. Further instruction will be sent in letters to all winners letting them know of the deadline to provide a class schedule.
 
One non-renewable $500 scholarship may be awarded in each FFA chapter from the following schools. Two overall point winners from Ag Partners’ eastern and western trade areas will receive a $1,000 scholarship. These awards are not based on financial need, but on the successful participation of the student’s FFA chapter.
 
2018 Recipients
Akron-Westfield High School, KAMMI BISHOP
Alta Community School, (no applications received)
Clay Central Everly Community School,  BEN McCLAIN
Sac County High School, ALLISON KOLBE
Emmetsburg High School, (no applications received)
Graettinger-Terril High School, (applications received)
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn High School, ERIN STREIT                   
Le Mars High School, (no applications received)
MOC-Floyd Valley High School, LEXY KROGMAN & OVERALL WEST REGION:  MEGHAN HETTINGA
Newell-Fonda High School, DAKOTA RICHTER
Pocahontas Area High School, (no applications received)
Sheldon High School, (no applications received)
Sioux Center High School, MICAH SCHUITEMAN
Sioux Central High School, TODD MACLAIN & OVERALL EAST REGION:  MAKAYLA NIMS
South Hamilton High School, MARLA GRUBB
South O'Brien High School, EMILY MARS
Spencer High School, (no applications received)
Unity Christian High School, NICOLE VAN ROEKEL
Western Christian High School, HAYLEY VAN GROOTHEEST
 
 
Scholarship points are awarded based on participation in four major areas:
Supervised agricultural experience (SAE) projects
Community service projects
The local chapter’s cooperative activities
Leadership activities

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2018 FFA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS!