Scholarships

scholarships

Scholarship information is listed as it is available on the google document below. Please check your student e-mail and google classroom often for current scholarships that are sent to you by your counselor(s). Scholarships are listed here in order of due dates and information is updated often. Scroll down for multiple scholarship search websites that also list many opportunities.

SPRING HILL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

OTHER POTENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the many scholarships available at The Greater Kansas City Community Foundation at: https://www.growyourgiving.org/scholarships

American Psychological Association Scholarships and Awards APA and its affiliate organizations provide a wide range of grants, scholarships and awards with the aim of advancing the science and practice of psychology as a means of understanding behavior and promoting health, education, and human welfare. http://www.apa.org/about/awards/

NSHSS Foundation STEM Scholarships Multiple deadlines for awards throughout the year for https://www.nshss.org/member-benefits/scholarships/

KC Scholars Scholarship Information

Mission:

The mission of KC Scholars is to increase postsecondary education attainment in the greater Kansas City area. KC Scholars will provide the means – through scholarships, financial incentives to promote college savings, and support services – for low- and modest-income students and adults needing access to pursue and complete a postsecondary credit-bearing credential or degree. By doing so, KC Scholars will improve the educational attainment, economic independence, quality of the workforce, and participation in community activities in greater Kansas City.

KC Scholars serves a six-county area of the Kansas City region: Wyandotte and Johnson Counties in Kansas and Cass, Clay, Jackson and Platte in Missouri. The program is designed to serve low- and modest-income high school students who are in public, charter, and private schools and home-schooled; and adults with some college, but no degree.

Traditional (11th grader):

High school 11th graders can apply for up to $10,000/year for up to five years.

College Savings Match (9th grader):

High school 9th graders can apply to receive a 4-to-1 match on contributions into a 529 college savings account. The maximum match granted is $5,000, but an additional $2,000 is available in incentives for completing key college-ready milestones in high school. Annually, a 529 college savings account will be opened for 1,000 students selected through the application process. Of the 1,000 for whom an account is opened, 50 will be selected to be in the match and incentives program. This is a one-time award.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH SITES:

www.americancollegefoundation.org/college_planning

www.blackexcel.org

www.Chegg.com/scholarships

www.collegeboard.org

www.collegefish.org

www.collegeNET.com

www.collegeresourcenetwork.com

www.discusawards.com

www.fastweb.com

www.finaid.org

www.growyourgiving.org/scholarships

www.hsf.net

www.huntscholarship.com

https://www.kansasregents.org/students/student_financial_aid/scholarships_and_grants

 




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