Seniors, check this section regularly once school starts!
Scholarships are organized by the months they are due. Click on the months on the left side for scholarships. Click on the current and upcoming months to check the posted scholarships. Need help locating a scholarship? Please see your counselor. Scholarship opportunities are posted weekly as they are received in the Guidance office.
Accredited Schools Online-This guide offers several scholarships for minorities and provides expert information on how to find, apply for, and win similar financial awards to help you achieve your higher education goals.
Affordable Colleges Online-Offers general awards based on location, discipline, merit, and financial need.
Going Merry-Build a profile, get matched to scholarships, and apply. Going Merry's goal is to match scholarships to you and make it easy to apply for those scholarships.
Sallie Mae-When it comes to paying for college first look for money you won't have to pay back (scholarships and grants). Then explore federal student loans.
Scholarship Guidance-Scholarship Guidance is the flagship website in the Scholarship Guidance Network of sites. the focus is on providing scholarship information to high school and college students.
Scholarships 360-Consists of a team of educators, parents, and students who believe it's possible for any student to get an education with $0 in student debt.
Scholly-Has the #1 college scholarship app in the world and has helped students win more than $100 million dollars.
Money Geek-Offers scholarships, grants, and other resources such as tuition plans and military eligible benefits.
Veterans of Foreign Wars-Provides financial grants of up to $1,500 to assist with basic life needs in the form of a grant - not a loan - so no payments will be required.
ROTC Scholarship Resources:
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