Here is a list of scholarships available to qualifying seniors. The list is updated throughout the year. Very Important!! Since each scholarship has a particular deadline please read each one carefully. The order of the scholarship list published does not indicate the due date of a particular scholarship application. Check back in the spring semester 2021 for the new scholarship list.
You may also wish to search the web for scholarship information. Here are some sites to get you started:
FREE MONEY… many students are eligible for various types of federal and/or state grants. Remember the higher GPA you have the more money you will be able to qualify for. You must complete the FAFSA between January 1st – March 2nd of your senior year for priority eligible.
The majority of college students have taken out some form of a student loan. Think of loans as an investment into your future. By completing the FAFSA you may be eligible to receive federal or state loans at a lower interest rate.
This is another form of financial aid that allows you to get a job on campus to help you pay for college expenses. You can receive this form of financial aid by completing the FAFSA.
There are many local and nationwide scholarships that are available to students. Be sure to apply for as many scholarships that you possibly can, remember that more scholarships that you apply for the more money you can receive.
Students should fill out a student profile in the Guidance Counseling Department
for consideration in applying for many local scholarships.
***Filling out scholarship PDF’s online and need/want to save them? Upload them into DocHub which you can use via your google account. Accessed at: dochub.com
Ask Mrs. Peterson if you need help using it- it’s a really helpful tool for completing and saving online PDF applications. ***
Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation.
The California Dream Act Application is accessed here. It is the online financial aid application for undocumented students.
The California Student Aid Commission site where you can monitor your Cal Grant process and accept the award. You must accept the award to receive it.
The Common Application (Common App) is a non-profit membership organization representing nearly 900 diverse institutions of higher education. We connect applicants and those who support them to a wide array of public and private colleges and universities across all 50 U.S. states, and 20 countries.
College Board Scholarship Search Engine
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