Guidance » Scholarships


General Scholarship Information

  1. Pay close attention to deadlines.
  2. Bring your paper scholarship applications to the guidance office when completed. We will add a transcript and mail it for you as a complete package.
  3. If the scholarship requires a letter of recommendation, give the person you ask to write the letter plenty of time to get it written.
  4. Never pay anyone for scholarship searches. There are many people and companies who try to make money off of parents/students who are trying to find scholarships. The guidance office has many resources for scholarships.
  5. When scholarships ask for a list of activities, be creative. You can include youth groups or other activities even if they are not school-related.
  6. If you know what colleges you are considering, speak to the admissions counselors at each school to see what scholarships they may have available.
Scholarships are listed below. Click the drop down box to find documents for the scholarship.