Schulze Family Foundation Scholars

The RMSFF board of trustees has overwhelmingly affirmed its support for the Schulze Family Foundation Scholarship program for graduating high school seniors from middle-income families.  This program is designed to reduce the crushing college debt burden faced by college students who have unmet need but don’t qualify for federal grant assistance. There are currently 59 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars from Minnesota, Florida, California, and Colorado who attending 39 different colleges in pursuit of their dreams of becoming engineers, doctors, musicians, teachers, nurses and so much more.  They are involved in volunteer work through church and community activities, holding down part time jobs, participating in varsity athletics, Model U.N. and math team, just to name a few.  We are very proud to call them Schulze Scholars. Learn more about our scholars by clicking the active link to their name.

Schulze Family Foundation Scholars

Barron Collier High School

Naples, FL

Naples High School

Naples, FL

David Dell

Richard Andersson

Gabrielle Dischler

 

Kacie Frost

 

Keegan Heald

 

Riley Heald

 

Ilana Muller

 

Alexander Nunner

 

 

Central High School

St. Paul, MN

Edina High School

Edina, MN

Henry Sibley High School

Mendota Heights, MN

Allison Brennhofer

Riley Anderson

Grace Brooks

Caroline Lucas

Oliver Chiu

Bailey Larsen

Jade Mulcahy

Matthew Lumbar

Faye Golden

Elsa Mundt

Eliza Nolan

Ben Golden

Hannah Sauve

Anthony Wang

 

Julia Vicic

 

 

These students have distinguished themselves through community and/or church activities while showing significant academic achievement in high school. Scholarships are awarded for four consecutive years of full-time college enrollment with satisfactory academic performance.