"Post-Secondary Scholarship and Financial Aid Support" handbook will be available in the Career Center and distributed to Seniors through a classroom. Lowerclassmen are encouraged to stop by the Career Center to review scholarships available to lowerclassmen. This guide provides financial aid information and scholarship resources, including criteria and deadlines of scholarships. This allows you to create a timeline of scholarships you wish to apply for and to identify common requirements of scholarships, such as letter of recommendations.
RaiseMe - start as early as 9th grade! Get scholarships from colleges for your achievements in high school, including for volunteering and taking the PSAT!
theWashBoard - start as early as 9th grade! Create your profile once and get matched with scholarships in or out of state!
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