BELOIT—Many of Beloit Memorial High School’s (BMHS) graduating seniors are poised for a bright future with little to no student loan debt.
More than $5 million in scholarship offerings have been awarded to the BMHS class of 2021.
“It is always exciting to see the number of scholarships awarded to our students,” said BMHS Principal Emily Pelz. “In our Academy model, we offer rigorous course selections, leadership opportunities, internships, job shadows, sports, arts, clubs, and more. These experiences allow our students the opportunity to create a future for themselves.”
The universities and colleges offering scholarships included Amherst, Brown, Stanford, Marquette,