Welcome to Scholarship Station!
This Web site will help both parents and students locate and acquire college scholarships. College can be expensive, but that does not mean it is out of reach. Through hard work, many students earn scholarships and grants so that college becomes a reality instead of a dream. Scholarship money also decreases the loans students may need, and thus the amount of debt students owe post-graduation. Last year's graduating class earned nearly $40 million in scholarship money! Your school counselors are working as a team to make sure that all of this year's graduating seniors have the opportunity to apply for financial aid, scholarships, and grants for the college or trade schools of their choice. If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact the scholarship chair at your school. Scholarship Station is updated on a regular basis throughout the school year, and every effort is made to ensure that the Web site is accurate.
- » Please pay close attention to the due date of the scholarship.
- » Please return your application to your counselor 7 days prior to the due date.
- » Your school counselor will submit the application, along with your transcript (if required) to the scholarship committee.
- » Please return all scholarship and financial aid award letters to your counselor. If you receive scholarship offers we would like to recognize you at Graduation!
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