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Senior Scholarship Opportunities

List of 73 items.

  • 2017 Aspiring Nurse Scholarship

    Open to the U.S. high school seniors who plan to pursue college education in nursing, including LPN / LVN, ADN, and BSN programs.

    A track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics.
    A passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare.
    Application can be found online.
  • Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program


    Abbott & Fenner are committed to continuing our efforts at helping those who have the desire and ambition to succeed. The A&F Scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution. Application Procedure for 2017 To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay on the topic below. The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words. Your submissions must be sent to us by email at: scholarships@abbottandfenner.com Describe your educational career and life goals. Explain your plan for achieving these goals. Include your degree/major, why you selected it, and how this degree/major will help you achieve your goals. The winner(s) of this annual scholarship will receive their award within 2 weeks of the listed deadline. All applicants should include their full name and mailing address with their submissions. Application Process Students will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of our web site: http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htm Full details are available on our site.
  • Anna Maria College New England Catholic HS Scholarship

    Awarded annually in March. $15,000.00
    Requirements
    Students must be a first-year freshman, who will be graduating from a Catholic High School in New England. Transfer students are not eligible to receive this scholarship.
    Students must have a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA.
    Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA to continue to receive the scholarship over the four years.
    Student’s participation in high school leadership programs, activities, sports, etc. is reviewed and considered.
    Contact the Admissions department for more information
  • APIASF General Scholarship Program

    The APIASF General Scholarship is open to Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) high school and college students who will be enrolling or are currently enrolled in a U.S. accredited college or university as a degree-seeking undergraduate student in the upcoming academic year. There are multiple scholarship opportunities that vary in award amount, number of years, field of study, location, and more. For high school seniors, current college students, and students with GED entering college in Fall 2017. Application Opens: September 15, 2016 Application Closes: January 11, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST Additional Information: http://www.apiasf.org/scholarship_apiasf.html Be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census Be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Citizens of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau are also eligible to apply Be enrolling as an undergraduate student in a U.S. accredited college or university in the Fall of 2017. Please read the scholarships by supporter details below for specific eligibility requirements regarding the academic standing required for each scholarship. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted) or have earned a GED Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Submit one letter of recommendation online.
  • Aptucxet Garden Club of Bourne

    a student who is interested in pursuing an education in horticulture, environmental sciences, botany, forestry, agronomy, landscape design or sciences related to horticulture in its widest aspect. Must reside in the town of Bourne.

    See Scholarships in Naviance to upload an application.  Due April 30. 
  • Assumption College - Brassard Scholarship


    Catholic High School Student Apply through the Common Application See Assumption website for more details
    $2,500.00
  • Assumption College - Light the Way Scholarship


    Assumption’s Light the Way Scholarship is awarded to students who utilize their abilities to Light the Way for others. Whether it’s community service to help people in need, innovation to improve society, or volunteering to heal our planet, this scholarship recognizes and supports students who positively impact the world in their own meaningful way. Each year, Assumption College awards up to fifty $24,000 scholarships, renewable all four years.*The Light the Way Scholarship replaces any prior merit-based awards.
  • B. Davis Scholarship

    This Scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.

    There is no age restriction
    Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next
    This is not an academic scholarship but we would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are.
    Please do not send transcripts or letters of recommendation at this time.
    Application Procedure
    To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on the topic below:
    Your submissions must be sent to us by email at awards@studentawardsearch.com
    Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual.

    $1,000.00
  • Big Sun Scholarship


    The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. In order to do our part we are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in. All student athletes are eligible regardless of the sport they are engaged in. The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute. Please remember to include your name and the name of the school that you are attending. How to Apply Please send us a short essay (500 - 1,000 words) answering the following questions: How did your participation in sports during your high school years influence you? Has your participation influenced your career goals? Has your participation influenced how you relate to you How to submit All essay submissions should be sent to: athleticawards@bigsunathletics.com
    $500.00
  • Boston Globe Foundation/Richard J. Phelps Scholar-Athlete scholarship program

    Application must be returned by the guidance department. May 1st deadline. 14 scholarships valued at $3,000 will be awarded to one male and one felmail in six disctricts from the MIAA.
    What kind of student-athlete are we looking for?
    1. Play three sports, One is OK but he/she better be All-Scholastic in that sport. 2 is better and more impressive but three that's the jackpot.
    2.Be captain of those three sports. Our Scholar-athlete should be the leader of his/her team.
    3.Have league honors. Do others think much of this player? A three-time league all-star in a single sport is very impressive. And all-star honors in two different sports is even more impressive.
    4.Have strong academics. High class rank, strong SAT scores, difficult courses and headed to a top college.Gym doesn't count.
    5. Extracurricular activities both in and out of school. We want the Senior Class President. We want the editor of the yearbook. We want the person who organized the entire school to shovel driveways for the elderly this winter. Doing the Walk for Hunger once is nice. But that's a one-hit wonder. We're looking for someone with a real commitment to serve their school and outside community.
    We look forward to working with you this year to honor outstanding Scholar-athletes deserving of this incredible recognition. Please call if you have any questions.
  • Boston University - Cardinal Medeiros Scholarship

    Sacred Heart nominates student Sat scores 1350 and above High academic achievement community service.
  • Boston University Trustee Scholarship

    Boston University’s most prestigious merit-based award recognizes students who show outstanding academic and leadership abilities. Every year, Boston University welcomes about 20 outstanding students to the Trustee Scholars Program. Many of our current Scholars had perfect 4.0 grade point averages in high school and typically ranked in the top 5–10% of their class. In addition to exceptional academic credentials, Trustee Scholars are intellectually and creatively adventurous and demonstrate viewpoints, experiences or achievements beyond the usual. They are, in other words, not just top students, but extraordinary people. At BU, scholars also become part of a unique campus community that offers many intellectual, cultural, and social opportunities. While the competition is especially rigorous, the benefits are considerable. A Trustee Scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition plus the University orientation and mandatory undergraduate student fees and is renewable for four years if certain criteria are met. See website on how to apply.

    FULL TUITION
  • Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Scholarship

    Our Youth of the Year scholarship is the highest honor that can be awarded to CLUB members. It is open to any member ages 14-18 where they complete community service throughout the year (or years), serve as positive role models for others and demonstrate good character.
    When it comes time to complete the application,(they will begin the application and essays around February/March) members will write two essays about their Club experience and interview with a panel of judges.
    Three finalists are chosen and they go on to present their speeches at our annual Youth of the Year Awards dinner in the spring. The two runners up are awarded with a small scholarship and the winner receives a larger scholarship, along with a plaque.
    The winners receive the scholarship after producing their class schedule at their post-secondary school. The experience gives a lot of real world skills such as interview skills, lessons in public speaking and an understanding of what hard work and effort it is.

    The requirements to be part of Youth of the Year program:

    Members must between the ages of 14-18
    Preference that the youth has been a member of the Club for at least 2 years

    You may get the application at the club. Also, the application is online but through our national headquarters portal. Candidates/participants in Youth of the Year are also members of our Keystone Club, a community service club. Most of the members in YOY have been are or are members of Keystone.


  • Building Community Senior Scholarship

    Name of Scholarship: Building Community

    Purpose and Eligibility: To benefit a deserving senior who has a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 and has demonstrated commitment to the human services field by volunteering /participating in programs that foster greater community inclusion of persons with developmental disabilities. This participation can be on a formal program level or within their own personal lives; i.e. mentoring a particular friend/student with developmental challenges.
    Donor: The Arc of Greater Plymouth
    Amount: $500.00
    Background: The Arc of Greater Plymouth was founded in 1966 as a private, non-profit organization committed to providing creative, flexible, and diversified supports for people with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc has grown into a dynamic human services organization which provides services and supports to over 1,000 families in southeastern Massachusetts.
    The guiding principles that guide The Arc’s mission are that individuals with cognitive and/or developmental disabilities are people first, and that they are to be respected, treated with dignity, and valued for who they are and what they can accomplish.
    Application Procedure: (If selected by committee – this would be award winner requirements)
    1. Complete entry form
    2. Submit a short essay typed (no more than 2 pages) describing your commitment to the human services field, including applicable employment or volunteer work, career goals, statement of why you are a good model of The Arc’s mission and vision in action. This should take the form of a thank you letter to the scholarship provider, The Arc of Greater Plymouth.
    3. Attend annual Arc of Greater Plymouth Recognition Event to accept our appreciation of your outstanding efforts in promoting inclusion of people with DD/ID during your school years.

    See Guidance Department for entry form.

    Deadline May 1st
  • Cape Cod - MAIW Scholarship Program

    (2) - $250.00
    The MAIW Scholarship is offered to any member of MAIW. The student must be a resident of Cape Cod from the Town of Bourne to Provincetown. The MAIW Scholarship Program is overseen by the MAIW Education Committee (MEC). The purpose is to offer assistance to members who have expenses that might not otherwise be paid for elsewhere, and the use must be related to the furthering of education in the insurance field. See Scholarships in Naviance for application. Due by March 31, 2017 - $500.
  • Cape Cod Association Scholarship

    MUST be born and currently reside on Cape Cod or the Islands (Barnstable, Nantucket, or Duke counties). In addition, Cape Cod heritage, academic merit, financial need, and extracurricular involvement are weighted heavily when considering applications.
    The Association offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors and college students for up to four years of an undergraduate program; however students must reapply every year. We accept applications attending two and four year colleges, technical schools, and community colleges. College can be located anywhere in the United States.
    The scholarship application process is completely ONLINE, and can be accessed through our website.
  • Cape Cod St. Patrick's Parade Colleen Pageant - Scholarship

    Each year, the Sons of Erin Cape Cod, in conjunction with the Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Parade Committee, awards scholarships to local female high school seniors of Irish descent. The Colleen winner (Queen) will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship, and three runner-up court winners will receive a $500.00 scholarship each.

    Deadline Jnauary 6th, 2017
    See website for details 
    www.capecodstpatsparade.com

  • Cataumet Civic Associates


    Cataumet resident.
    email for more details. 
    info@cataumetca.org
  • Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation


    "We reward students for demonstrating what they know!" Developed at Nova Southeastern University in 2001, the Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation (CKSF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates and delivers innovative scholarship and educational programs for students of all ages through the use of internet-based quiz competitions. CKSF scholarship competitions consist of one or more quizzes with topics ranging from general "common knowledge" to specific academic subjects, books, websites, and even movies. Scores are based on a combination of time and accuracy. Students with the highest scores at the end of the competition win. There are no essays or long applications to complete and a single CKSF registration is good from high school all the way through college and graduate school. Scholarships are posted on the CKSF Scholarship Calendar and announced to eligible participants a week before the quiz start date. Quizzes are available 24 hours a day during specified dates. In addition to scholarships, CKSF administers academic and life skills programs for students of all ages including an internet safety initiative developed in conjunction with the FBI, an anti-bullying program, and a monthly competition designed specifically for students in intensive reading classes
  • Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce 2017 Scholarship Application

    Must reside in the towns that they represent:
    Middleboro, Lakeville, Carver, Plympton, Halifax, Rochester, Wareham, Bridgewater or Raynham.
    Preference will be given to those planning to pursue a careering in business or related fields such as working in a business or establishing a business.
    Apply anyways you never know!
    Deadline April 11, 2017 Award $1,000
    See Guidance for Application. 
  • DAR Scholarship

    National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
    Application Requirements
    All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a chapter or state chairman may work with the applicant to put the information together to send to the DAR Scholarship Committee.
    DUE DATE February 10th
  • Eagle Scout Assoc. Scholarship-Academic, Merit & STEM Scholarship

    see website to apply and for detailed information
    Due Date October 31st
    2,500-50,000
    National Eagle Scout Assoc. Scholarship-Academic, Merit & STEM Scholarship
    NESA offers two basic types of scholarships: academic scholarships and merit scholarships.
    NESA Academic Scholarship Requirements
    NESA academic scholarships are based on school and Scouting participation, academic performance, and financial need.
    Academic scholarship applicants must apply during their senior year in high school unless the Eagle Scout board of review is held after October 31, 2016. In those cases, the applicant must apply between August 1, 2017 and October 31, 2017 even if he is already attending college. Eagle Scouts may apply for an academic scholarship one time only and must apply during the time frame defined above.
    All academic scholarship applicants must have a minimum 1800 SAT (or 1290 if taken after March 2016), or 28 ACT score to apply. A "super score" may be used to meet this requirement.
    All applicants must be members of the National Eagle Scout Association to receive a scholarship. Memberships may be purchased or renewed at http://www.nesa.org/membership.html.
    Cooke scholarships ($2,500 - $48,000) - Awarded based on school and Scouting participation, academic performance, and financial need. Applicants must meet the minimum SAT or ACT score to apply.
    NESA STEM scholarship ($50,000) - Awarded to one applicant annually who has chosen to pursue a career in a STEM-related field. Applicants for the STEM scholarship who are not selected will automatically be considered for a Cooke scholarship worth $2,500 - $48,000 each.
    NESA Merit Scholarship Requirements
    Eagle Scouts may apply for the NESA merit scholarships beginning in their senior year of high school and may continue applying every year up till the junior year in college. Applicants may win a NESA scholarship one time only. Previous NESA scholarship winners are not eligible to apply again. Merit scholarships are awarded based on school and Scouting participation and community service.
    Hall/McElwain scholarships ($5,000) - Awarded based on school and Scouting participation and community service.
    Robert and Rebecca Palmer scholarships ($2,500) - Awarded based on school and Scouting participation and community service.
    Bailey merit scholarships ($2,000 -$4,000) - Awarded based on school and Scouting participation and community service.
    Michael S. Malone/Windrush Publishing Journalism scholarship ($2,500) - Awarded to one Scout who plans to pursue a degree in journalism.
    All applicants must be members of the National Eagle Scout Association to receive a scholarship.
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  • Fireside Essay Scholarship

    750-word essay on how your religious education is influencing your life. Only one student per school may participate. If we have more then one student interested we will have to determine which student essay to enter, see guidance to let them know you are interested. See website for more details.
    (5) $1,000.00
  • GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

    up to $40,000.00
    LEADERSHIP - DRIVE - INTEGRITY - CITIZENSHIP APPLY ONLINE Each year, the program selects roughly 20 college-bound students who excel in leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship to receive $10,000 renewable scholarships - up t $40,000 total per recipient. For More information, eligibility requirements, and an online application, visit website
  • GFWC of Massachusetts SCHOLARSHIPS

    This page has links to the GFWC of Massachusetts, Junior Membership's Ricky Gomes Memorial Scholarship along with the applications for the various GFWC of Massachusetts Scholarships. see website for more details.
  • Heidrea for Heroes, Inc

    Son/daughter of a veteran or going into the ROTC at higher education insitution. 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale Contact them for more information about applying. Heidrea for Heroes, Inc. is proud to offer our first $500 Veteran Legacy Scholarship. Our organization recognizes the value of all that veterans have done for our country and we strive each day to give back to those who have given so much. This scholarship was created to help a veteran family in financial need who has a graduating high school senior that would benefit from a helping hand.

    Need base $500.00
  • Henry David Thoreau Scholarship


    Win up to $20,000 Tuition Scholarship for Environmental Studies! Submit an online application.
  • HOOD® SPORTSMANSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

    See website for official rules and regulations.
    https://hood.com/scholarship

    The Hood® Milk Sportsmanship Scholarship Program awards 18 New England high school student athletes with a $5,000 scholarship toward furthering their education at a two- or four- year accredited college or university. To be eligible, high school seniors must have displayed a high degree of sportsmanship while participating in a varsity high school sport. These students also must have earned a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher and performed volunteer work in the community. Students will be asked to write an essay explaining how they display sportsmanship and integrity on and off the field. Each student who meets the standards in the official rules and completes the essay will be featured on an online voting site. The ten students from each New England state who receive the most votes will be interviewed by a select panel of judges. The panel of judges will then select three students from each of the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont) as the scholarship winners. Winners will be honored at a banquet and entered into the Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship Hall of Fame. Applicants must enter by 3 p.m. EST on March 6, 2017. Voting begins at 9 a.m. EDT on March 27, 2017, and ends at 3 p.m. EDT on April 10, 2017 See website for official rules and application
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  • Humanitarian Award

    The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias will award three scholarships each in the amount of $1,000.00 to students who best qualify, based on their altruistic services to the community. Altruistic meaning having unselfish concern for or devoted to the welfare of others. Please have students send a written resume of their achievements (and by achievements I meant their community service endeavors, not their scholastic achievements. Academic achievements have NO bearing on this scholarship) with the reason why they feel they may be qualifies to receive the award. Included with their resume, in the same envelope, must be two recommendations confirming their achievements (a recommendation from your math teacher telling me how great a student you are will not be of any help). DO NOT send them separately as they will NOT be accepted and the application will be discarded. All interested students should send their letters to the above address. Putting on the envelope; Attention: Humanitarian Award. These letters must be received by this office on or before April 1, 2017. Do not send applications via certified mail. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact David Winer, Chairman Humanitarian Award Committee.

    (3) - $1,000.00
  • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program

    **SEE WEBSITE** This highly competitive scholarship includes: Up to $40,000 per year to attend a four-year accredited undergraduate school Ability to pursue any area of study Personal advising about selecting a college and navigating financial aid Multifaceted advising about how to transition to college and maximize the college student experience At a minimum, applicants must: Plan to graduate from a US high school in spring 2017 Intend to enroll in an accredited four-year college beginning in fall 2017 Earn a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above SAT combined critical reading and math score of 1200 (based on the old SAT scores) or above and/or ACT composite score of 26 or above Demonstrate significant unmet financial need. We will consider applicants with family income up to $95,000. However, we anticipate that a majority of scholarship recipients will be eligible to receive a Pell grant.

    up to $40,000.00
  • John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation Scholarship

    “And so my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.”  – President John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961
     
     
    The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation invites Cape Cod and Islands 12th graders to participate in a writing competition to expound on the meaningfulness of this famous quote from President Kennedy. Today high schools expect their students to participate in public service activities as part of their educational experiences. Our foundation challenges students to share a composition about how their involvement in public service, volunteerism and/or community projects helps them to become better citizens in today’s society. We on Cape Cod are closely tied to the legacy of President Kennedy and this is another opportunity we have to reinforce this important connection.
    The winner will receive a scholarship of $2,500. Deadline March 31, 2017
    Opportunity to read the winning compositions at a JFK event to be announced.
  • Journalism Education Foundation of New England Scholarship

    The Journalism Education Foundation of New England will award a number of $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and college students in our six-state region who plan to pursue a career in journalism. This is a wonderful program that encourages and supports those who will staff and lead our news organizations into the next generation.

    Interested students can download the scholarship application from our New England Newspaper & Press Association website www.nenpa.com or from the application form in Naviance. The deadline for applications is March 3, 2017.
  • Kingston Business Association Scholarship

    Essay Required - Application Form available in Naviance, if you can not print it see Guidance for a copy. Let Mrs. Deegan know you have applied. Thank you
    Fill out application and send back with essay via email.

    $500

  • Kingston Democratic Town Committee Scholarship

    Must be a Kingston Resident and a Democrat or related to a Demorcrat if not 18.
    Deadline April 7, 2017
    The Kingston Democratic Town Committee will award a $500.00 grant to a Kingston resident graduating from high school this spring who has demonstrated outstanding citizenship while in high school. This student shall have a particular interest in politics, a connection to the Democratic Party and a record of community service or volunteer work for the Democratic Party. REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE: 1. COPY OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT 2. LIST OF ACTIVIES, COMMUNTIY SERVICE, AND WORK EXPERIENCE 3. LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION 4. BRIEF ESSAY ON WHY YOU DESERVE THIS SCHOLARSHIP FROM THE TOWN DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE All applicants shall be Kingston residents and either a registered Democrat or, if not yet 18 years old, related to a registered Democrat as: a son or daughter, grandson or granddaughter, nephew or niece, etc.

    See Naviance for application or guidance department.
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  • Kingston Lions Club Scholarship

    Kingston Resident Only attending Silver Lake Regional High School and Sacred Heart High School.
    Amount to be determined
    Deadline April 10, 2017
    Application available in Naviance or see Guidance Department.

  • Kingston Town Employees Union Scholarship*Anyone can apply*


    The Kingston Town Employees Union (KTEU) is pleased to announce that scholarships are being offered to qualified applicants. **ANYONE CAN APPLY** WHO IS ELIGIBLE? 1. The child of a current KTEU member 2. The child of a retired KTEU member 3. The grandchild of a current or retired KTEU member 4. The child of a current employee of the Town of Kingston or the Kingston School Systems 5. If no applicant meets one of the above criteria, any student 6. Applicant must be planning to attend an accredited 2 year or 4 year college, or post high school technical program during the coming academic year.

    Deadline April 14, 2017 (3) $500 scholarships to be awarded
  • Kingston Yacht Club 2017 Scholarship In Memory of Laura M.Guidoboni

    Mail completed application to the above address.  Please see Naviance for application
    DUE DATE April 7th
    $500 
  • Legacy Award Scholarship


    Elks National Foundation
    250 awards - $4,000.00

    Legacy Awards are $4,000 scholarships for children and grandchildren of Elks members. The Foundation will offer a total of 250 awards in the 2017 contest. Who is Eligible? For the 2017 contest, any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2014, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2014, is eligible to apply. The Elk must also be a paid-up member through March 31, 2017. Great-grandchildren are not eligible. The applicant must be a high school senior. The applicant must apply online only. The 2017 Legacy Awards application deadline is 11:59 a.m. Central Time on Friday, February 3, 2017. If the applicant's parent and grandparent are both Elk members, the applicant must apply through the parent's Elks Lodge. Applicants must take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) by December 31, 2016. Students may apply for more than one ENF scholarship; however, they may win only one. In cases where the student qualifies for more than one, we will award the scholarship with the greater value. Students can accept local and state scholarships, which are separate from the awards at the national level. Legacy Awards may only be applied to accredited US American schools, colleges or universities. (Note: Applicants from Guam, Panama, Puerto Rico and the Philippines may apply Legacy Awards toward schools, colleges or universities in their respective homes.) If you are selected as a 2017 Legacy Awards recipient, you will be required to perform service once a year with an Elks Lodge during the four years you are receiving the scholarship. Click here for more information about serving with the Elks. Who is Eligible? For the 2017 contest, any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2014, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2014, is eligible to apply. The Elk must also be a paid-up member through March 31, 2017. Great-grandchildren are not eligible. The applicant must be a high school senior. The applicant must apply online only. The 2017 Legacy Awards application deadline is 11:59 a.m. Central Time on Friday, February 3, 2017. If the applicant's parent and grandparent are both Elk members, the applicant must apply through the parent's Elks Lodge. Applicants must take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) by December 31, 2016. Students may apply for more than one ENF scholarship; however, they may win only one. In cases where the student qualifies for more than one, we will award the scholarship with the greater value. Students can accept local and state scholarships, which are separate from the awards at the national level. Legacy Awards may only be applied to accredited US American schools, colleges or universities. (Note: Applicants from Guam, Panama, Puerto Rico and the Philippines may apply Legacy Awards toward schools, colleges or universities in their respective homes.) If you are selected as a 2017 Legacy Awards recipient, you will be required to perform service once a year with an Elks Lodge during the four years you are receiving the scholarship. Click here for more information about serving with the Elks.
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  • Mark Bavis Leadership Scholarship

    The Mark Bavis Leadership Foundation was created to help deserving young men and women excel in their quest to improve themselves, their school or their community.
    The scholarship is available to any high school student in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is awarded on the basis of need, and is not academically based. In addition, the Foundation will give more serious consideration to those students who have made efforts to make a difference in their communities and/or have shown leadership qualities within their school or community.

    1,000.00-5,000.00
  • Massachusetts AFL-CIO 59th Annual Scholarships


    Welcome to the 59th Annual AFL-CIO Scholarship Program. We are excited for another year of awarding scholarships to deserving high school seniors. Our program is one of the best in the country and we are proud of that achievement. This year's Labor History Exam will be given on Thursday, February 2, 2017. Please contact your guidance counselor at your high school and let them know you wish to participate in our program for this year. Also, please fill out an application and submit it to your guidance counselor no later than Friday, December 16, 2016. If you apply online, please print a copy and submit to guidance. Once you have filled out an application and submitted it to the exam coordinator or your guidance counselor, you are "registered" for the Labor History exam. Every year the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, along with affiliated local unions, and labor/non-labor organizations, offers a scholarship program providing hundreds of scholarships total over $500,000.00 to union members, their children/step children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and non-union Massachusetts's high school seniors. See website for more details.
  • Massachusetts Association of Insurance Women, Inc.

    2 Scholarships will be awarded to students in the Plymouth County area. 
    Jean A. Gifford Memorial Scholarship Award
    Dee Dee Jones Memorial Annual Scholarship Award
    DEADLINE March 28, 2017
    See Naviance for application or guidance department
    Short Essay is required
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  • Massachusetts JCI Senate Scholarship


    MA Senate will award two (2) $1000 scholarships and forwards those two (2) applications to the US JCI Senate Foundation for further judging. In addition a special $500 scholarship will be awarded based on need and special circumstances. Eligibility: Graduating high school seniors in the United States, where that state has an active JCI Senate program (see www.usjcisenate.org [under scholarship] or www.usjcisenatefoundation.org for a listing of eligible states). You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this scholarship. See website for instructions for applying.
  • MIDGE ROBY MEMORIAL RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP

    Applicants must be graduating from an area high school and must have been residents of Plymouth County for at least two years prior to the date of graduation. Applicants must be planning to attend an institution of continuing education in a four year program to pursue a major in the MEDICAL FIELD, and must exhibit strengths in more than one of the following areas; scholarships, leadership, citizenship, character and service.
    All applicants must complete the application and are responsible for seeing that all required documents are forwarded to the Scholarship Committee before the deadline of April 1st. Along with the application, applicants must include a copy of their high school transcript. Candidates will be interviewed regrading goals ans aspirations. This affords the foundation personal perspective of the candidate. The amount to be awarded will be individually determined. The recipient will be informed of award via first class mail.. Dual scholarships in any given year may be awarded should it be necessary.

    SEE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT FOR APPLICATION
  • Military Officers Association of Cape Cod Scholarship


    Applicants for all of our programs must be planning to attend accredited colleges or universities during the 2014-2015 school year as full-time students. All loans, grants, and scholarships are designated for students seeking their first undergraduate degrees. No loans, grants, or scholarships are applicable for graduate study. There is one online application for all scholarships, grants, and interest-free loan programs. AMERICAN PATRIOT SCHOLARSHIP Students (under age 24) who are children of an active-duty, reserve, or National Guard parent who died on active service or children of severely wounded (as defined as Traumatic SGLI) are eligible to apply. Surviving spouse's membership in MOAA of Voices for America's Troops is required for consideration where applicable. Military academy cadets are not eligible for this program. The amount of this award is dependent upon donations but will be at least $2,500. Qualified students are selected on a basis of their scholastic ability, activities, and financial need. The number of scholarships also will be determined by the amount of the funds raised. Please note that semifinalists for this program will be notified on the Web site and by e-mails only. More: American Patriot Scholarship Program. DESIGNATED SCHOLAR PROGRAM Loan recipients are automatically considered for this grant. This program replaces the $5,500 interest free loan with a $5,000 interest free loan and a $500 grant. No special application is necessary. SENIOR GRANTS Only current loan recipients entering their final year in college are eligible for these grants. Eligible students will be sent the necessary information at the appropriate time. GENERAL JOHN PAUL RATAY EDUCATIONAL FUND GRANTS These $5,000 grants are limited to children of the surviving spouse of retired officers. A student cannot receive both a MOAA loan and a Ratay grant. Students applying for a loan who also meet the criteria of a Ratay grant automatically will be considered. No separate application is required. DEADLINE AND CONTENT The online application opens in November and must be completed and submitted no later than noon EST March 1st of the following year. Please note: If March 1st falls on a weekend, the application will close at Noon on the next business day. Semifinalists are notified in March. Recipients are notified in May. - See more at: http://www.moaa.org/loans/#Scholarships-and-Grants Completed application is to be sent by Guidance Department
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  • MOACC Scholarship - Cape Cod

    Military Officers Association of Cape Cod Scholarship
    Deadline March 25, 2017
    Eligibility:  This scholarship shall be awarded to a high school senior of Cape Cod or the Islands who is the child, sibling, or grandchild of a member of
    the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health Service or National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) who is:
    1. 1.     on active duty or,
    2. 2.     a former member of the above who was separated under honorable conditions or,
    3. 3.     a retired member of the above with a minimum of 20 years active service currently receiving retired pay or,
    4. 4.     a reserve / guard member of the above with a minimum of 20 years service completed (eligible to receive retired pay at age 60) or,
    5. 5.     a member of same who may be deceased, killed or missing in action.
     
    Applicants are not necessarily required to attend a secondary school on Cape Cod or the Islands, but must be a resident thereof.
     
    Prerequisites:  All of the following conditions must be complied with for consideration: All supporting documentation must be provided as
    required on the application form.
     
    1. 1.     Application must be submitted to and mailed from the school Guidance Department to the Scholarship Awards Committee.
    2. 2.     Applicants must be accepted at a post secondary educational institution as a full-time student.
    3. 3.     Evidence of need, if any, must be shown but may not be the decisive factor in the selection.
    4. 4.     Applicant's scholastic record should be of such quality as to give promise of success in the intended institution.
    5. 5.     A Cumulative Unweighted Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 point GPA scale.
    6. 6.     Applicants shall provide evidence of personal integrity and seriousness of purpose as well as a well-rounded background of curricular and
    extracurricular activities.
    1. 7.     Those selected must attend the scholarship awards ceremony on May 6, 2017.
     
    Applications must be received by the Scholarship Committee not later than Saturday, March 25, 2017
    Applications received after this date will not be eligible for consideration.
     
    Application must be sent from the guidance department
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  • Monument Beach Sportsman's Club - "Alcott Tobey Scholarship Fund"

    See Scholarship in Naviance for application and further details.

    MBSC offers this scholarship to encourage young men and women to continue their education at a college, university or vocational school of their choice. Scholarships will be awarded to approved applicants that meet the following criteria: SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION CRITERIA 1. Applicant must be a high school senior, or currently enrolled in a “higher education” institute as listed above and have not completed their course of study. Applicant may reapply in future years. 2. The minimum GPA required to be considered for this scholarship is 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 GPA scale. Please attach a current transcript to application. 3. MBSC will award a maximum of $1500.00 per year, in increments of $500.00 per scholarship; however the club need not make an award in a particular year if committee deems there are no approved applicants. Likewise, this represents a total amount awarded and the value of any scholarship may vary year to year. 4. Applicant must either be a Massachusetts Resident, or may live outside of MA if they are a relative of a current MBSC member. PLEASE NOTE: It is not a requirement that the applicant attend a school within Massachusetts. 5. Scholarship awards will be paid directly to the school or may be paid to the applicant in the form of reimbursement IF they have already made payment to the school and with verification of paid receipt. Paid receipt must be dated after any award has been made and is not valid for prior payments. 6. All criteria are subject to consideration by the Scholarship Selection Committee. Committee is not responsible for any applications not received. Award selection to be made TBA. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THE APPLICATION IS RECEIVED, POSTMARKED BY APRIL 1ST - SEND COMPLETED APPLICATION TO: MBSC ATTN: SCHOLARSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE PO BOX 331 MONUMENT BEACH, MA 02553 Any questions pertaining to this scholarship can be emailed to: stkehoe@comcast.net
      
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  • Most Valuable Student Award

    The Elks National Foundation
    Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks.
    DUE DATE November 30th
    The Elks National Foundation will award 500 four-year scholarships to the highest-rated applicants in the 2017 competition.
    Any high school senior who is a citizen of the United States is eligible to apply.
    Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks.
    College students are not eligible to apply.
    Applicants must be citizens of the United States on the date their applications are signed; permanent legal resident status does not qualify.
    Male and female students compete separately.
    The 2017 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Applications for the 2017 contest will be available online starting September 1, 2016, Deadline is Nov 30, 2016.
    The 20 top finalists will participate in an all expenses paid Leadership Weekend in Chicago during which they’ll interview with the national judges. These 20 finalists will be vying for two first-place awards of $50,000; two second-place awards of $40,000; and two third-place awards of $30,000. The remaining 14 finalists will receive awards of $20,000. The 480 runners-up will receive fifth-place scholarships of $4,000.
    The Chicago office of the Elks National Foundation will announce the 2017 500 national winners, and notify them in writing, by late April 2017. (Many local Lodges, districts and state Elks associations award their own scholarships through this program. These scholarships are not to be confused with the 500 Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarships.) Ranging from $1,000 per year to $12,500 per year.
    Most Valuable Student scholarships are for students pursuing a four-year degree, on a full-time basis (minimum of 12 semester hours), in a U.S. college or university. All scholarships are in the form of certificates of award conditional upon the full-time enrollment of the winner in an accredited U.S. college or university.
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  • NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award


    NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards are open to any graduating high school senior entering their freshman year at an accredited (not for profit) two- or four-year university, college or vocational/technical institute. Applicants MUST be running their own small business in order to be considered for an award. For more information about NFIB’s Young Entrepreneur Awards see website and please download the following: Young Entrepreneur Awards FAQ Young Entrepreneur Awards Application Instructions Letter to Guidance Counselors Young Entrepreneur Awards Promotional Poster
  • NICSA/William.T. Blackwell Scholarship Program


    For children of full-time employees at NICSA member firms The NICSA / William T. Blackwell Scholarship Fund was established as a tribute to Bill Blackwell’s commitment to education and to recognize outstanding students of the NICSA family with financial and social support for postsecondary education. In 2013 the program was redesigned to support students pursuing degrees in the global investment management industry during their junior and senior years of college. Blackwell Scholars will be provided with two years of scholarship support, a mentor from a NICSA member company, and access to career networking and internship opportunities. Applicants to the William T. Blackwell Scholarship Program must be: Dependent children of full-time employees of NICSA and member companies as of September 30 before the application deadline. (Children are defined as children, stepchildren, or legal wards supported principally by the employee parent/guardian). Students currently enrolled in full-time study leading to a baccalaureate degree at an accredited four-year college or university who are rising Juniors or third-year students (have completed or will complete two full years of undergraduate course-work by Fall 2016). Pursuing a degree in a field related to the global investment management industry (meaning any field of study that could lead to a career in the industry, such as finance, accounting, business, information technology, computer science, communications, etc.) Scholarship recipients are selected based on the following: Ability and motivation to achieve in college – including strong academic record or evidence of significant improvement over time Demonstrate leadership and a balance of school, community and work activities Statement of goals and aspirations Unusual personal and/or family circumstances Outside appraisal Financial need
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  • Nye Scholarship Trust - The Grace Swift Nye & Alfred Gibbs Nye Scholarship

    Applicants for Nye Scholarship Grants must be permanently domiciled in the Town of Bourne, Plymouth, Sandwich or Wareham. New Applications are available in guidance department. Filing Instructions can be found at the guidance department
  • Old Colony Youth Cheerleading Scholarship

    You must reside in one of the following towns: Abington, Barnstable, Cohasset, Duxbury, E. Bridgewater. Hanover, Hanson, Hull, Marshfield, Middleboro, Pembroke, Raynham, Rockland, Scituate, Norwell, Silver Lake District, Plymouth North or South, West Bridgewater, Whitman. See application on Naviance or see Mrs. Deegan for further details. Deadline March 29, 2017 $500
  • Order Sons of Italy in America "Application for 2017 Scholarship Award"

    Further information and application available in Guidance Office or you can send an email request. 20 Scholarships at a max of $1000 Additional Scholarships to following students: art student music student vocational or technical school
  • Otis Civilian Advisory Council Academic Scholarship Award

    All applications must come from high school seniors or graduated from high school and applied to an institute for higher learning. All applicants must be dependents of active duty or reserve Cape and Islands military including US Air Force, Air national Guard, US Army, Army National Guard, and Coast Guard. 3 personal references and 200 word essay required. Deadline 5-1-17 $1,500 (4)
  • Patricia J. Davis 2017 Scholarship


    Scholarship is available only to high school seniors residing in Falmouth. Must be pursuing the study of a program, specifically oriented toward a career in healthcare. 2 recommendations required. Essay of no more than 500 words. See guidance for more details.
  • PCT Federal Credit Union Scholarship in memory of William J. Spratt

    Plymouth County Teachers Federal Credit Union
    All scholarships are open to members of the credit union and their immediate families (children/or grandchildren) who are a High School Graduate, Class of 2017.
    If you can not print the application form above, then please see Mrs. Deegan in guidance for a copy. Also, please inform her if you apply.

    (1) $1,500.00 + Several others in lesser amounts
    DUE DATE April 14th 
  • Pilgrim Skating Arena, Inc.


    Interested seniors must pick up and sign for their application in person. Deadline Friday April 19th This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors who intend to further their education at an accredited institution of higher learning (including college preparatory schools). Applicants do not need to be hockey players or figure skaters. There are no geographic restrictions for this scholarship; however, the scholarship applicants must be picked up and signed for in person at the skating arena's pro shop in Hingham, Massachusetts.
  • Plymouth County Beekeepers Association (PCBA) Scholarship

    $500 Scholarship.
    See Scholarships in Naviance for Application .  Essay required. 
    Email back to pcbasch@gmail.com
    Deadline April 15, 2017
  • Red Pine Scholars Program


    The Red Pine Scholars Program offers high-performing high school seniors and recent graduates from Massachusetts the chance to attend competitive colleges anywhere in the United States. The Program is dedicated to making college affordable for Massachusetts families and helping students to reach their full potential. If accepted into the program, students receive a four-year scholarship of up to $20,000 annually, plus individual mentoring and funding for enrichment opportunities. Required Documents Essays – one long and two short. Essay questions are located within the online application form. Official High School Transcript Transcript information from school official (section 1 of the Teacher/Counselor Recommendation Form) Pages 1 and 2 of parent(s)’ or guardian(s)’ 2015 or most recent IRS 1040 tax forms Complete Student Aid Report (SAR) from FAFSA. This document will be approximately five pages long. You must submit the ENTIRE document
  • Regis Presidential Catholic Scholarship


    The Regis Presidential Catholic Scholarship is a four year full-tuition scholarship for residential students. This scholarship is available to graduating seniors from selected parochial high schools in the Archdiocese of Boston and selected geographic areas parochial high schools within Connecticut, Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Recipients are chosen for academic achievement, leadership ability, and dedication to community service. Graduating seniors must be nominated by their high school principals or secondary school counselors. The Regis College Presidential Catholic Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship for residential students. To be eligible, the student should:  Possess a 3.5 GPA (recalculated by the Regis College Office of Admission) or a 3.33 GPA (recalculated) in addition to an 1100 combined critical reading and math SAT score  Already have been accepted through the early action application process as a residential student at Regis College or have begun the regular decision application Be nominated by the head of the school (principal, headmaster, president, or chief administrator) or guidance director/counselor by February 1st  Continue to meet the criteria while matriculated at Regis
  • Richard J. Connor Award - Friends of the Sandwich Public Library

    Award will go to a graduating senior residing in Sandwich. Who is continuing his/her education as a full-time student in the amount of $2,000
    This award honors the Library's retired Director, Richard Connor. Intent is to provide financial assistance towards the purchase of the recipients textbooks for his/her continuing education.
    Students will need to submit a completed application along with a typed essay (see application for details) The deadline for submissions is April 4, 2017.
  • Roanoke College Scholarship Competition


    See web site for details More scholarships are available such as Honors Program apply by March 15 $1000.00 per year. roanoke.edu/Honors Fellows Program apply by January 9th $1,000 per year. roanoke.edu/Fellows
  • Rockland Trust Scholarship

    See Rockland Trust Company local branch for application

    (7) $2,500.00 scholarships to be awarded.
     
    Eligibility Requirements:
    1. Applicant must live within Rockland Trust Company’s service area.
    2. Rockland Trust employees and their relatives are not eligible.
    3. Applicant must be entering college for the first time, enrolled as a full time student (as
    defined by the accredited educational institution at which the applicant has enrolled), in an
    undergraduate course of study which offers courses beyond the high school level.
    Enrollment only at accredited colleges, universities and community colleges will be
    considered. The scholarship is available only in the first semester of study.
    4. Applicant must fall in the top 50% of their graduating class.
    5. It is the responsibility of the applicant to notify Rockland Trust of other financial aid that has
    been awarded to the applicant. The Rockland Trust scholarship award plus any financial aid
    received by the student must not exceed the total of tuition, books, fees, room and board.
    6. Should the recipient withdraw from the educational institution, any refund due should be
    returned to Rockland Trust.
    7. Official transcripts of grades from the high school the applicant attends must be included
    with the guidance counselor’s portion of the application and must include the two most
    recent semesters’ grade point average. A copy of the applicant’s highest ACT or SAT scores
    must be included in the guidance counselor’s portion of the application.
    8. If you are chosen as one of the seven award recipients of the 2017 Rockland Trust scholarship,
    you will be required to supply a letter from the college to which you have been accepted for
    the fall semester of 2017 to verify enrollment. If you are chosen and do not supply this letter,
    you will forfeit your scholarship award.
    Selection Criteria:
    1. Selection will be based on the applicant’s academic achievement, community service and
    extracurricular activities.
    2. Only applications postmarked by the DEADLINE of March, 2017 will be considered.
    Winners will be notified by TBA and invited to a reception and photo shoot.
    3. Applications must be complete and accompanied by the two most recent semester grades on
    an official high school transcript and a copy of the applicant’s highest college entrance
    examination scores.
    4. The Rockland Trust Scholarship Committee will record and score all complete applications
    received by the deadline. Scholarships will be awarded based on the following criteria:
    a. Academic Accomplishment: 30 points
    b. Community Service/Extracurricular Activity 35 points
    c. Essay 35 points
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  • SCAD - Savannah College of Art and Design

    SEE COLLEGE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS
    DUE DATE MARCH 1, 2017
    1410
    GPA 3.75
  • Skidmore CollegePorter Presidential Scholarships in Science and Mathematics

    $15,000 annually ($60,000 over four years)
    Porter Presidential Scholarships in Science and Mathematics are awarded on the basis of superior accomplishment and exceptional promise, without regard to financial need. Each Porter Scholar is awarded a four-year scholarship totaling $60,000 ($15,000 per year). Students interested in being considered for the Porter Scholarship are encouraged to include a recommendation from a science or math teacher with their admission application. How to Apply for the Porter Scholarship Applicants interested in applying for the Porter Presidential Scholarships in Science and Mathematics should do the following by January 15: If you have not already done so, make sure that you check the Porter Scholarship option on the Common Application. Please type up a list of any extra-curricular science and math activities you have been involved in (e.g., school clubs, academic teams, tutoring, relevant volunteer work, shadowing/internship experiences, independent studies, summer research programs, etc.) and any awards/honors you have received (e.g., science fair competitions, science or math Olympiad medals, high testing, etc.). Then underneath the list, write a brief essay discussing: (a) your interests in science and/or mathematics, (b) how the activities you list above have helped you grow as a scientist and/or mathematician, and (c) how you hope to pursue your scholarly interests at Skidmore. Please email your submission as an attachment (either Word or pdf format) to SkidmorePorter@skidmore.edu. Please include name, high school and Common Application ID.
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  • SRTC 2017 Scholarship

    The Sandwich Republican Town Committee will offer a Scholarship of $1000 to a young person graduating from High School this year. He or she must be a Sandwich resident but may graduate from any one of a number of other private or Charter Schools. Completed applications and required documentation must be received by the SRTC by April 15th, 2016. The Scholarship is offered in an effort to assist a young Sandwich resident with college expenses as they pursue their educational goals. Applicants were required to submit grade transcripts, work and community involvement, proof of voter registration and an essay in order to be considered for the $1,000.00 scholarship. See website for application and more details.
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Women's Club Scholarship

    Eligibility requirements
    Active member of St. Thomas Aquinas Church or St. Basil's Catholic Center
    Completed C.C.D Program
    Academic Progress
    Financial Need
    See Naviance for uploaded application form
    (2) $1000
    Due Date April 14, 2017
  • The Cape Cod Foundation


    Multiple scholarships available. Apply on line The Common Application for GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS uses one online application to access more than 40 scholarships. View the 2017 Scholarship Booklet to see the types of scholarships offered by The Cape Cod Foundation to graduating high school seniors. Click here for the online application. Deadline is April 1, 2017. Please note: As part of this application, you will be required to submit 2 letters of recommendation. We MUST have received these letters by the deadline in order to consider your application as complete. PLEASE plan accordingly and request this information from your recommenders in a timely manner. The selection process is competitive. There is a strong consideration for essays and letters of recommendation. Selection may be based on financial need, academic merit, community involvement and extracurricular activities in accordance with the terms of each scholarship fund. Read the Scholarship Booklet to verify eligibility and specific requirements.  Booklet is available online or in Guidance Department.
  • The Everett and Harriet Marston Award - Bayplayers

    The Bay Players is proud to sponsor the Everett & Harriet Marston Award, given annually to a local graduating High School Senior who has participated in, and has demonstrated dedication to, the theatre arts.
    Deadline April 15, 2017, Essay Required
    Cash Award
    See Naviance for application and more details or their website www.bayplayers.org
  • The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Program


    HS Senior who have a parent with MS HS Senior who has MS See Website for more details
  • The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc.

    Visit phillips-scholarship.org for more information!
  • The Yawkey Scholars Program

    Maximum award:Average scholarship awarded $9500.00
    Award basis:Need based 
    Renewable:Yes
    Description:For additional information and applications go to: http://www.tpi.org/scholarship/yawkey-scholars-program The Yawkey Scholars program is designed to make college affordable for talented, motivated, low-income students from Massachusetts and Georgetown County, South Carolina. It provides a four-year renewable tuition scholarship (up to $25,000 per year) and other supports to help students achieve academically and go on to be successful and highly productive members of our community. Over the past eleven years, the Yawkey Scholars Program has provided $10 million in tuition supports to 265 Scholars as they pursue a college education.
  • Weigel Medical School Scholarship


    (5) 20,000

    ELKS NATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
    scholarship@elks.org  
    The Gunther & Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship
    The Gunther & Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship The Elks National Foundation is pleased to offer an exclusive scholarship opportunity just for Elks scholars pursuing a medical degree or Osteopathic Medicine degree. This Gunther & Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarships are $20,000 scholarships offered to Elks scholars (current or alum) entering their first year of medical school. The scholarship established through the generosity of the late Lee Weigel, widow of Gunther Weigel. Lee lost her husband of 51 years in November 2009. Gunther was a longtime member of Miami, Fla., Elks Lodge No. 948. He was passionate about the Foundation’s scholarship programs. Lee established these scholarships to help Elks scholars pursue a career in medicine. If you are planning to attend an accredited U.S. medical school to pursue a medical degree or Osteopathic Medicine degree, consider applying before you begin your first year of medical school. The application is currently available by request from the ENF Scholarship by emailing scholarship@elks.org or calling 773/755-4732. This year, five (5) $20,000 scholarships are offered exclusively to Elks scholars (current or alum)* entering their first year of medical school in 2017-18. Read more about past recipients below. If you have questions, please email scholarship@elks.org or call 773/755-4732. *Please note, this award is only open to current and former scholarship recipients of the Elks National Foundation. Winners of local Lodge scholarships and State Elks Association scholarships are not eligible for this program. This program is not open to the general public.
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  • Wheelock College - Dean Scholarship

    Maximum award:$13,000
    Award basis:N/A
    Renewable:Yes
    Description:see website

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Sacred Heart School is a landmark educational institution on the South Shore. Providing students in preschool to grade 12 a top-tier, private, Catholic education for the last 70 years.