Financial Aid & Scholarship Resources:
- Complete the application in full. If a question does not apply, note that on the application – do not just leave it blank.
- Provide documentation that is required (cover letter, transcript, SAT/ACT scores, essay, tax return, college acceptance letters).
- If applicable, submit a well-composed essay that makes a definite impression. Essays should be typed and signed. Do not use lined notebook paper. Ask your English teacher to proofread your completed essay.
- Submit a clean and neat application. Type your responses, if possible. If you must print, do so neatly and legibly in blue or black pen.
- Neatness and accuracy does count! Do not submit with cross-outs, whiteout, misspelled words or grammar errors.
- Be aware of and meet all deadlines. Most local scholarships are due to the Guidance Office by TBA.
- If applicable, mail application to the proper address with the proper postage affixed. Mail in advance to ensure it is received by the deadline.
- Give your application materials a final review.
- Seek assistance if you feel you need it.
- Please have your parent/guardian or another adult review/proofread your scholarship application.
Printable Scholarship Applications for Seniors
Online Scholarship Applications for Seniors
The underlined titles are links. Click the link to access the application on the foundation's website.
Printable Scholarship Applications for Students Grades 9-12