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Scholarship Information
Applying for scholarships is a huge task, reading through the qualifying criteria to determine eligibility is labor intensive; however, the benefits of receiving an award after the hard work and time involved is well worth the efforts. Midland Counseling Department is here to assist you in your efforts. Feel free to stop by and ask questions about available scholarships and to assist in essay writing.
All Midland scholarships will be made available as they become available to the School Counselor's office. 
To view the current scholarships at Midland, please click the link below:
Senior Honors Program

Midland High School presents our Annual Senior Honors Program, as well as the Senior Athletic Banquet, both to take place on TBD. This year due to current circumstances the honors program will take place virtually. The link to the event will be posted on the Midland District Facebook page on TBD. We ask that you tune in at the time and date listed prior as we will be recognizing our students for all their hard work over the last four years.

If you have any honors from the community or college and universities you would like your student recognized for, please fill out the Google form here community, college, or university honor submission.



CareerLink has federally funded grant money available to those living in Marshall county and the surrounding areas. Grants that can assist students up to $22,000 towards material needed when pursuing a vocational and technical training certificate.


You may also contact our CareerLink representative Tami Rouse 309-364-4120 or [email protected]

Regional Office of Education
The regional office of education has scholarships available to students in the ROE #35. Click here for more details.

Highlighted Scholarships


The Chief William T. Bauer Scholarship Fund 

The William T. Bauer Scholarship Fund is a charitable foundation for assisting area residents and their communities. The fund provides academic scholarships to qualifying residents furthering their education in law enforcement, who are current residents in Stark, Marshall, Henry and Bureau counties. The fund commemorates the dedication and bravery of Chief William T. Bauer, who was killed in the line of duty in a tragic car accident on August 6, 2010.

This Scholarship of $1,000 is to be used towards the costs of tuition and other fees.

Selection Criteria

  1. Essay
  2. Applicant’s demonstrated desire to succeed


  1. Applicant must be a current resident in Stark, Marshall, Henry or Bureau county.
  2. Applicant must plan to attend an accredited course(s), trade school, two or four year college or university in the United States in the coming academic year and be focused on furthering their education in law enforcement.
  3. Applicants can apply for a scholarship a maximum of four times.

Required Materials

  1. Completed application
  2. Essays