Student Scholarships

We are currently updating our scholarship programs. Applications will be updated by January 1st, 2019. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 308.324.6704 or send us an email at office@lexfoundation.org. 

Please read each description carefully as there is specific criteria for each award. 

High School- 4 year

  • Three awards in the amount of $1,000, each will be awarded to qualifying students who will be enrolled in a post-secondary education with at least a 2.0 GPA.

  • Two awards valued at up to $4,000, each will be awarded to qualifying students who will be enrolled in any four-year program at any university or college. This scholarship is payable $1,000 each year for up to four years.

  • One awarded valued at up to $2,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student Lexington High School graduating senior who plans to attend any university, state college or tech school. It is paid $500 annually for up to four years.

  • One award valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduate or graduating senior from Lexington High School, pursuing a degree from Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis. It is payable $500 each year for up to two years.

  • One award valued at up to $500, will be awarded to a qualifying student who has a parent or grandparent who was a graduate of LHS or St Ann's.

  • One award valued up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is enrolled in any college, university, community college or trade school with a 3.0 GPA. This application also requires a Christian testimony.

  • One award valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a Dawson County High School graduate or graduating senior.

  • One award valued at up to $5,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a Lexington High School graduating senior who is pursuing a post-secondary education. For the first year the student will receive $2,000 and up to $1,000 for up to 3 years following.

  • One award valued at $500, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a Lexington High School senior who enrolls in any university, college or technical school in a public service field of study.

  • Two awards valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to qualifying students who are Lexington High School graduating seniors, who have been involved in Men's Soccer and plan to attend any university, state college or tech school.

  • One award valued at $500, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a Lexington High School graduating senior who enrolls in any of the main University of Nebraska campuses – Lincoln, Omaha or Kearney.

  • One award valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduate or graduating senior from Lexington High School and is pursuing a degree in the field of engineering and/or computer science.

  • One award valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior enrolled in any four-year college or university.

  • One award valued at up to $1000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a Lexington High School graduating senior with a high school GPA of 3.5 or above, pursuing a post-secondary education at a university, college, trade school or community college.

  • One award valued at up to $1,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior, attending any university, state college or tech school in Nebraska, who demonstrates outstanding community service.

  • One award valued at up to $750, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior from Lexington High School and has participated in track or cross country.

  • One award valued at $250, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior who has actively participated in the TeamMates of Lexington program through his/her senior year of high school and is pursuing a post-secondary education.

  • One award valued at up to $2,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior at Lexington High School, enrolled in any university or college and plans to pursue a degree in education.

  • One award valued at up to $4,000, will be awarded to a qualifying student who is a graduating senior, who ranks in the upper 1/2 of the class, is a United States citizen, shows qualities of good character and leadership, demonstrates an aptitude of academic achievement and has participated in extra-curricular and community activities.