At Marquis, we believe in fostering the passions and ambitions of the next generation.
This scholarship isn’t just about academic excellence; it’s a tribute to those who envision a better world. We’re committed to empowering the next generation of change-makers, providing them with the resources to pursue their ambitions and drive positive transformations in the world we live in. It’s our privilege to help fuel the aspirations of our future leaders as they embark on their journeys to change the world.
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The Class of 2023 "What Fuels You" Scholarship Winners
We are thrilled to announce the Marquis Scholarship Award recipients for the “What Fuels You” Class of 2023. Their dedication to pursuing their passions and making a difference in the world is truly inspiring. We commend their efforts in their studies and various organizations, and we eagerly await to see all the amazing things they will accomplish in the future.
Keep up the great work, continue to pursue your passions, and make a positive impact on the world!
Brody McCluskyMauston High School
Brody is a senior at Mauston High School and will be majoring in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this Fall.
Brody aims to use computer science to shape the world by designing and outlining it, with the goal of making a difference in someone’s life, the community, or the world at large.
Izabel WallaceBureau Valley High School
Izabel is a senior at Bureau Valley High School and plans to attend the University of Northern Iowa University majoring in Elementary Education this Fall.
Izabel believes that her role as an educator will empower her to serve as a role model for students and drive positive change in the world.
Eli BoppartMauston High School
Eli, a senior at Mauston High School, will major in mechanical engineering at Montana State University this fall.
With a passion for running, Eli plans to utilize his degree designing and developing footwear that will impact the running community for the better and plans to coach his local cross country and track teams, pushing students to not only be better athletes but better people.
Henry FriesWaupaca High School
Henry, a senior at Waupaca High School, will study Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this fall.
While creating a positive social change is not an easy task, Henry believes that through perseverance, communication, and community building, it is possible to make a difference in the world.
Sophia, a senior at Necedah High School, will major in Biology and Pre-Med at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in the coming Fall.
Sophia believes that every hospital should have doctors who are able to provide the best care for people with physical, mental, or language-related differences.
Corinne FrancisOttawa Township High School
Corinne is an Ottawa Township High School senior and will attend Northern Illinois University this Fall to obtain her BFA in Studio Art.
Corinne’s goal in life is to illustrate picture books, as she believes societal growth and change begin with the next generation – children.
Avah HitchcockMorris Community High School
Avah is a senior at Morris Community High School and plans to attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this fall.
Avah is passionate about math and science. She plans to pursue a master’s degree in public health, with a specialization in epidemiology. Her goal is to protect her community from the threat of diseases and contribute to making the world a safer place.
Ellak Flannigan-WarrenMarshfield High School
Ellak is currently a senior at Marshfield High School and plans to attend Michigan Technological University in the Fall as a Mechanical Engineer major.
Becoming a Mechanical Engineer allows Ellak to pursue his passion for tinkering and develop eco-friendly alternatives that offer solutions to the pollution crisis in our world.
Felicity EmmerichSeton Home Study School
Felicity is a senior at Seton Home Study School and plans to attend St. Ambrose University this Fall as a Biology major.
Felicity’s goal in life is to become an osteopathic physician so she can work to evaluate and pursue holistic migraine-preventative strategies for those living with migraines.
Ian CameronLeland High School
Ian is a senior at Leland High School and will be attending Wabaunsee Community College this Fall as a Physical Education/ Kinesiology major with plans of transferring to Northern Illinois University.
Ian aspires to become a teacher to impact students’ lives positively as his previous teachers did for him.