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HARDIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS 17-H&1
Striving for Excellence, Achieving Success
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Staff
Sheri Koyama, Grades 9 and 10
 
Laura Sundheim, Grades 11 and 12
 
Carissa Pretty On Top, Secretary 
Welcome

“VISION 2020”

The vision of the Hardin High School comprehensive school counseling program is for all students to persevere and be successful academically, socially and psychologically. In collaboration with community partners, parental involvement, cultural awareness and proactive interventions, every student will experience an accepting environment to develop a sense of respect for individual rights of others while developing their own sense of self. Through challenging academics, equitable access and use of technology, every student will possess the skills to be lifelong learners and leaders prepared to face the challenges of a 21st century competitive workforce. Our students are empathetic, creative, responsible, and productive college and career-ready citizens prepared to compete in a global economy.

 
Scholarships
 Montana State Daughters of the American Revolution American Indian Scholarship  Must be a college bound Native American with financial need & 3.25 GPA.  Due Feb. 15
 
Billings Engineers Club Scholarship  Must major in Engineering.  Due Feb. 1 
 
Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship  Selection based on: Scholarship, Leadership, & Financial need  Apply at: end.elks.org/mvs  Due Feb. 15
 
Crow Language Scholarship  Must be a Crow Tribal member and accepted to college.  Due March 1
 
Montana Community Foundation  For HS Seniors from southeastern Montana.  38 various scholarships, access online application at www.mtcf.org/applications  Due: Mar. 16

 

Odd Fellow & Rebekahs of Montana This is for students with a 3.0 or LESS GPA  Must attend college in Montana  Due:    Mar. 15

Horatio Alger Scholarship.  Must attend a public 4-year college in Montana & 2.0 GPA  Go to:  scholars.horatioalger.org/applicants Due Mar. 15
 

Delta Kappa Gamma Schol.  For HS female seniors who will attend college.   Must plan to be a teacher  Due:  Mar. 2

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

MSU Freshmen Scholarships Feb. 1

Must first apply for admission then apply online at www.montana.edu/admissions/premierscholarship

Contact Information
By Mail:  721 N. Miles Ave. Hardin, MT 59034
By Phone:  (406) 665-6301
By Email: webmaster@hardin.k12.mt.us
Our Mission
In partnership with parents and community we will provide equal opportunities for students to acquire the knowledge
and skills that foster responsible choices. The school community will nurture, challenge, and guide students towards
achieving their maximum potential.
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