About ASF

The Arrowhead Scholarship Fund (ASF) is an organization led by area citizens, teachers, administrators, alumni, parents and area businesses that provide scholarship opportunities for students of Arrowhead High School to continue their education.

In 1958, the Fund was formed when public-spirited citizens from the Arrowhead School District established the framework for the organization. Incorporation as a non-for-profit took place in Wisconsin on November 24, 2003, under the name Arrowhead Scholarship Fund.

Currently, a volunteer board of directors manages the activities of ASF and reviews applications for scholarships. Since ASF began, more than $1,000,000 has been awarded to over 2,000 graduating seniors of AHS.

ASF depends on gifts from a variety of community sources in addition to financial support from fundraising activities coordinated by the board of directors. The largest fundraising activity is a dinner auction that takes place in early spring every year. Contact us for more information.

Education is the power to think clearly, the power to act well in the world's work, and the power to appreciate life.

- Brigham Young

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