Breckenridge FFA Alumni Memorial Scholarship


Scholarship Information

The Breckenridge FFA Alumni Association started this scholarship fund in 2013 to support either a current or past member of the Breckenridge FFA. This scholarship is meant to show the Alumni Association's appreciation for the student's high moral character and service to his or her school and community.


Scholarship Criteria


·         Must be a current or past Breckenridge FFA member;

·         Must be in pursuit of a post-secondary degree at a college, university, vocational or trade school;

·         Previous recipients may reapply;

·         First preference will be given to a graduating senior and those demonstrating high moral character; and those presenting evidence of service to school and community 


One scholarship available for as much as $1,000.


Scholarship Recipients


Anna Laurenz
Breckenridge High School


Sarah Laurenz
Breckenridge High School



Previous Recipients


Keegan Humm
Tyler Story

Megan Carter
Ellen Laurenz

Carly Jenkins
Claire Laurenz
Kayla Schmitz

Aubree Jenkins
Claire Laurenz
Gavin Marr

Kaitlin Fleming

Amber Brown
Lindsay Hoard
Kaitlin Story

Tricia McDonald

Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship


The Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship was established in November 2020 by the family of Sally Kaufmann to honor her decades of service to teaching and continue her legacy in foreign language and education.  Señora Kaufmann’s passion for teaching Spanish and Hispanic culture, along with her special gift for connecting with her students and colleagues, made her a beloved educator.

Sally Kaufmann was dedicated to helping students further their education, achieve their goals, and literally explore the world.  She was a loyal confidant to countless students with whom she shared her wisdom and listened to their dreams. It is her family’s hope that the Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship will assist Alma High School and other Gratiot County students pursue their passion in foreign language, travel, and international studies. 

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