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Scholarship Websites

College Board: 

This site has an extensive list of available scholarships. 

go to Scholarships in the search box.

Federal Student Aid, Office of the Department of Education

Read about the types of financial aid available from the government and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study.

FAFSA - Free Application for Student Aid

It is important to fill this out for scholarship consideration at colleges and universities.  FAFSA applications are available online beginning January 2013.

Student Loan Borrower Assistance

A resource for families regarding borrowing for college education.

Scholarship Experts

Scholarship Experts believe in simplifying the scholarship search process and in helping students find scholarships to pay for college and grad school.


College Week Live


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Scholarship Information

New Scholarship Opportunities - Seniors

After some reflection and creative thinking, the Shield Board for 2019/20 would like to announce the following Senior Scholarship Opportunities:

1.  Never Give Up: The Fight is Worth It

2.  Trading Up: Striving For a Career of Success in Trades

3.  Listen to Your Art: Being Inspired Through Art and Sharing Your Gifts

4.  Overcome and Excel: Most Improved Grades

5.  Elise P. Buckingham: Honoring Her Legacy

6.  True Grit: Inspired By an Influencer and Their Impact on You

7.  Real Life Heroes: Children of First Responders

Each Scholarship is worth $500 and submissions are due no later than April 3, 2020, to your school counselor.  As you can see, most of these awards are about recognizing your character and one's ability to overcome, be inspired and have a positive impact on others.  Please reference each scholarship for more details on qualifications.  A Scholarship Application summary page must accompany each submission.  

The Shield Parent Group is proud of our kids and hopes that these scholarships will honor those that persevere and work towards improving themselves, their school and their community.