• Scholarships are a form of financial aid that typically does not have to be paid back.  Scholarships may be funded through the federal or state government, colleges and universities, or by community organizations and private indviduals.  Each scholarship has its own application process and selection criteria, and may be merit-based, need-based, or a combination of both.

Local Scholarship Database

  • Local scholarships shared with the Counseling Office will be posted here as they become available.  Scroll down within the table to view full listing.   Check back frequently or stop in the Counseling Office for more information. Transcripts can be requested electronically through the Parchment service online at

6 Steps to Win a Scholarship!

    1. Start early.
    2. Get involved in your community.
    3. Create a resume.
    4. Ask your teachers to write you a reference letter.
    5. Write a good essay.
    6. Apply, apply, apply!


    For more tips about researching scholarships and applying for scholarships, check out our SCHOLARSHIP RESEARCH GUIDE.