This list contains local, national and scholarship web search sites in which you may be interested. If the Guidance Office has copies and/or information on these, it will be stated with the general information given below. It is our intention to update this list periodically as new scholarship possibilities are made available.
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- Students wanting to use the automatic letter writing feature in the website will also need to enter their name and address. This information is secure and will never be shared with anyone.
- Registration is now complete. You can access the TuitionFundingSources.com website with your username (email address) and password from any computer that is connected to the internet.
The Horatio Alger Association Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to students throughout the nation who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. The criteria also includes high school graduation in spring/summer 2016, commitment to pursue a bachelor's degree, and United States citizenship or permanent residency. Students are to submit applications online @ horatioalger.org/scholarships.
If you have volunteered over the past year, you could win $1000 by applying for this scholarship. Any student in grades 5 - 12 are eligible to apply.
To apply, you will need to visit the website, www.nassp.org/spirit Click on the “Apply Now” link and follow the on-screen instructions. Once you have completed your online application, go to the “Certification” page to either email certification instruction to your certifier or to print them out. Your certifier may be your principal, counselor, girl scout leader or head of a local organization. You and your parents must also complete the student/parent agreement page.
For further information, please call (877) 525-8491.
The 10th Annual NEED Historical Black College Tour is scheduled for March 18 - March 26, 2018. The NEED HBCT is an invaluable learning experience outside the classroom for 10th and 11th grade students. The Educational Tough allows students to gain firsthand knowledge about their anticipated major or field of interest. Students have the opportunity to visit 15 HBCU?s in the Eastern and Southeastern United States.
To qualify for HBCT, the student must complete the following requirements:
Cost for tour is $700 (includes NEED insignia jacket)
Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office. Completed packets are to be mailed to:
The Law & Finance Bldg.
429 Fourth Avenue; 20th Floor
Pgh., PA 15219
The Pearce Law Firm is offering this scholarship which is an opportunity for high school students in the state of Pennsylvania who have been accepted to a college or university and have aspirations of attending law school after college. This scholarship is intended to encourage and support outstanding achievement and leadership from future attorneys in the state of Pennsylvania.
For an application and more information, please visit the website at www.thepearcelawfirm.com/aspiring-scholarship
The Pearce Law Firm if offering this scholarship as an opportunity to high school students in the State of Pennsylvania who have been accepted to a college or university and have aspirations of attending law school after college. This scholarship is intended to encourage and support outstanding achievement and leadership from future attorneys in the state of Pennsylvania.
For an application and more information, please visit the website at www.pearcelawfirm.com/aspiring-scholarship
Students who are either employees or dependents of employees of these contributing employers are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Applications are available at the website, www.ufcw23.org. For further information, please call the Fund office @ 724/743-4260.
Students in grades 9 through 12 are eligible for this scholarship. Students are to write an original and creative essay of 1,000 words or less that demonstrate the understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage.
For complete guidelines and application, please visit the Profile in Courage Essay contest @ www.jfklibrary.org
CSLRS is a non-profit scholarship agency providing need-based grants to local students who are residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington & Westmoreland County for at least two years. CSLRS funds are available to any Jewish high school senior, undergraduate or graduate student.
All awards are based on demonstrated financial need. Other factors such as academic achievement, personal characteristics, and individual circumstances may also be considered.
Please visit www.centralscholarship.org for the on-line application which will be available in late November as well as more detailed information.
The 2016 scholarship are awareded on both academic achievements and financial need to graduating seniors pursuing a degree in a healthcare related field. One (possibly two) awards in the amount of $2,500 will be given out.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.