Alexander "Zander" Blewett and Andrea "Andy A. Blewett were born and raised in Great Falls.
Brian Voegel was a 1994 Great Falls High School graduate and a very determined and dedicated student.
Carl Straight was born in Wisconsin and moved to Montana when he was six. He attended grade school for seven years in Montana and then graduated from High School in Wisconsin in 1939.
Diane Dailey graduated from Great Falls High and later taught reading for twenty-five years at the school.
The Earl W. and Maudene R. Stice Scholarship was named in honor of the Stices, who came to Montana from Kentucky in 1936.
The Frank and Arlene Osborne Scholarship was established by Carole Osborne Lovinger in honor of her parents.
The George W. Tracy Memorial scholarship was established to honor George W. Tracy, who came to Great Falls for Pollock, South Dakota in 1936.
Lowell Hults was born on December 12, 1910 in Indiana. Hults was the youngest of eight children and five of his sisters trained to become educators.
Jeannette Garver was a teacher at Great Falls High School in the early 1930’s.
The Langevin Family Vocational Scholarship was established in 2001 by Bob and Connie Langevin.
The Ogrin Scholarship was established by Joe and Nettie Ogrin, who lived and worked in Great Falls their entire lives.
Phil and Stella Palm were from Havre, Montana. They lived in Great Falls for forty-five years and raised three children who graduated from Great Falls High School.
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