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Please check with High School Counselor for current status of other scholarships.

Also view the Senior Bulletin for other scholarship information and links.
 

Check the Scholarship Apps link at the bottom of this page for scholarship forms


 Student Aid on the Web www.studentaid.ed.gov  Complete resource for federal student aid. FAFSA Demo sites, planners, calculators and more.

 

Financial Aid www.fafsa.org – Information, practice forms and online application for federal student aid.

 

College Tool Kit www.collegetoolkit.com ~ A student site, one-stop resource for life after high school.  All the college, scholarship, and career information you will need to plan your future!


www.fastweb.com ~ more scholarships, more customization & more on-line tools empower students to find more money for college!

 

An exciting, innovative new resource www.college.gov.  College.gov was designed by students for students and provides relevant, comprehensive information about why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs.

 

The American Legion’s College Financial Aid Handbook, “Need a Lift?” is available at the counseling center. This is a magazine containing information of various scholarship sources. 

 

Helpful Scholarship Informationhttp://www.scholarshiphelp.org this website will be helpful in ending scholarship confusion!

 

Key links:  http://www.collegescholarships.org  College Boardhttp://apps.collegeboard.com


Free Scholarship Search Listhttp://www.college-scholarships.com/gree scholarship searches.htm


 

Another great scholarship websitewww.idahocis.org  Also information about careers, resume writing, job applications, military, colleges, etc.  See the counselor or career specialist for log-in information.  Check it out!  It’s free! 


























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