- Are grants, so they do not need to be repaid.
- Usually awarded on the basis of * financial need * merit (academic achievement) * extracurricular activity (leadership and community service)
- Award "packages" usually include loans that need to be repaid
- Individual colleges offer the the most scholarships, so make sure to research the schools that interest you to find those opportunities
- Other potential scholarship sources include: * parents' employers, colleges and high schools * religious institutions with which you are affiliated * organizations with which you are involved (robotics, clubs, sports, etc.)
- Check out OSAC (Oregon Student Access Commission) for over 400 scholarships * Available to specific high schools, counties, employer and membership organizations * Often considers academic and career interests * Requires an application and several personal essays * Students notified in May or at our senior assembly in early June
- Check your email frequently for information about Scholarships.
- CIS (Career Information Systems) is a great resource to search.
College Scholarships Available
You can find some scholarships here
Seniors we have several checklists available to help you navigate your senior year!
For a general Senior Year checklist, that includes important dates, click here
For a College Application checklist that outlines the technology steps of your applications, click here
Reminder, for letters of recommendation, you will need to complete the about me survey on Naviance. See the Naviance tab for guidance on using Naviance. You must also have two (2) teachers complete a Teacher Evaluation Feedback form, to be returned to your counselor. This form is a google doc to be shared with your teachers, which is available here.