National Wrestling Hall of fame, Idaho Chapter - Scholarship
The Idaho Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame is proud to announce that they
will be accepting applications from any Idaho high School senior wrestler who is planning on
continuing their education at the post secondary level. Any wrestler who has completed his/her
senior year of wrestling is available to apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Application Form
Lifetime Service Award and National Hall of Fame Induction
National Award that recognizes an individual's life time service to the sport of wrestling.
The criteria for this award are: integrity; at least 20 years of service to wrestling; and a
commitment to the community and the youth in it. These individuals are nominated by the Idaho
Chapter and forwarded to the National Board of Governors for decision. Inductees will be honored
at the annual Idaho Chapters Honors Banquet.
Lifetime Service Award Form.
Dave Shultz High School Excellence Award
This prestigious award is presented annually to a high school senior with the criteria based equally on outstanding wrestling success, scholastic acheievement and citizenship or community service. Winners are chosen for every state and at a national level with the national and regional winners being named at the Wrestling Hall of Fame Honor's Banquet Weekend each summer at Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Idaho Chapter honors the state winner at it's annual honors banquet. See the National website for more information.
Idaho Medal of Courage
State award that recognizes current or former wrestlers who have overcome exceptional and insurmountable challenges. These individuals are nominated by the Idaho Chapter and forwarded to the National Board of Governors for decision. A supporting narrative authenticated by the coach or principal is needed for the nomination. The awardee will be honored at the annual Idaho Chapter Honors Banquet.
Medal of Courage Form.
Idaho Outstanding American
State award that recognizes individuals who are highly successful in their profession or nationally famous for their work. These individuals must be former wrestlers at some point in their life and who used the disciplines learned in wrestling to reach state and or national notoriety for their profession. Integrity is the first criteria for this award. These individuals are nominated by the Idaho Chapter and forwarded to the National Board of Governors for decision.
Idaho Outstanding American Form.