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Youth Apprenticeship Program Honors 91 Students


The Board of Education recently awarded plaques to the participants of the Youth Apprenticehip program in appreciation of students' hard work. There were 91 students in the 2015-16 program.

Youth Apprenticeship is a rigorous one- or two-year program that combines academic and technical classroom instruction with mentored paid on-the-job training for juniors and seniors. Students are selected for the program based on their interview, application, attendance and academic records. This program gives students a chance to "try out" a potential career interest before graduation, which often times leads to a promising career.

Read more about Youth Apprenticeships and Career to Work Opportunities

LHS Wins 2016 Project Mini-Chopper

Lincoln Wins Build Competition
A Lincoln High School team's custom-built motorcycle won the 2016 Project Mini-Chopper contest. Three LHS students also each were awarded $500 scholarships. Read more in Herald Times Reporter

Wilson Student Develops Game App

Wilson Jr. High School ninth grader John Peroutka created a game app for Apple devices called SwingDingz available for download. Read more in Herald Times Reporter 


Class of 2016 Scholarships and Awards Ceremony

Ninety-one seniors from the LHS Class of 2016 were recognized at the annual Scholarship and Awards Night May 18, receiving combined scholarships worth a total value of more than $652,600. Seniors received scholarships from the Manitowoc Board of Education, Manitowoc area businesses, four year and technical colleges, and other local community organizations. Seniors also were recognized for their outstanding athletic accomplishments and leadership throughout their participation in various sports.

We celebrate this senior Class of 2016 for their hard work and academic excellence and wish them continued success as they enter their post-secondary education!

See the full list of scholarships and awards