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Scholarship Programs

Do you have or know a high school senior? If so, did you know he or she, simply for being a member, could qualify for a scholarship as part of our Ozarks Cares program?

Each year, we are proud to award one scholarship per high school in our service territory to a deserving senior. Winners are selected based on financial need, academic achievement and community involvement. The scholarship is non-renewable and may be used at a university, community college or technical school.

Ozarks Electric also awards a scholarship to one graduating senior or recent high school graduate (up to two years post-graduation) to attend Arkansas State University at Newport, Arkansas for High Voltage Lineman certification. The applicant must live in Ozarks Electric Cooperative’s service territory.

We award scholarships to seniors at the following high schools:

  • Arkansas Arts Academy
  • Cave Springs High School
  • Don Tyson School of Innovation
  • Elkins High School
  • Farmington High School
  • Greenland High School
  • Haas Hall Academy
  • Fayetteville Christian
  • Fayetteville High School
  • Har-Ber High School
  • Huntsville High School
  • Lincoln High School
  • Prairie Grove High School
  • Prism Education Center
  • Saint Paul High School
  • Shiloh Christian
  • Sequoyah Tahlequah High School
  • Springdale High School
  • Stilwell High School
  • Watts High School
  • West Fork High School
  • Westville High School