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Scholarships

Scholarships are now listed in your Family Connection account. Go the the Colleges Tab and select "scholarship list" link to see a list of currently active scholarships.

 

For scholarships that require a nomination, please see Mrs. Takahashi or Mrs. Tang in the College & Career Center.

Other Resources

1)  Diversity Fly-In Programs for Rising Seniors.  

Did you know that many universities sponsor fall trips for seniors to visit their campuses? Many of these programs even offer airfare! These fly-in programs are directed to students from underrepresented cultural backgrounds such as African American, Latino American, some Asian Americans (Pacific Islanders, Filipinos, Vietnamese, and others), Native Americans, and First-Generation students (first in your family to attend college). Some colleges will find any Asian ethnicity to be eligible. Sign-ups and applications are typically due by the end of August or earlier.  A few go as late as September. So don't waste time looking into these opportunities! Use this link to help find some programs that might be of interest to you. 

 

2)  Other sites to visit to research scholarships include

ROTC programs

studentscholarships.org

Chegg Scholarships 

fastweb.com

College Covered - FAFSA & Scholarship info

Scholarships for Minority Students

money.com/findyourfit

affordablecolleges.com

Scholarship Search 

scholarships.com

 

Additional note:  Beware of scamsBe on the lookout for mail or on-line solicitations from organizations with official-sounding names that can help you attain valuable scholarships – for a fee. Many of these companies are not legitimate and others provide little more than the free help available on the Internet or through your school.