Prudential Spirit of Community Awards          

The Prudential  Spirit of Community Awards program is the largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service in the United States.  State and National awardees may earn $1000-$5000.


Equitable Excellence Scholarship              

Equitable Excellence awards scholarships ranging from $2,500 - $25,000 for students who work hard to make a positive and lasting impact in their communities and beyond. Applicants must have a strong community-minded drive, determination, and a strong character. There is no GPA or financial need requirement for this scholarship. 


 Foot Locker Scholar Athletes                              

Foot Locker is giving twenty students $20,000 for college. This scholarship is open to athletes with a minimum 3.0 who are leaders in the community. 


National Society of the DAR                                                                                                  

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution are offering numerous scholarship awards. Some awards are for advanced degrees so read descriptions carefully. 


 OSDAR  Wings of Eagles Scholarship                 

The Ohio Society Daughters of the American Revolution are offering $1000 awards with their Wings of Eagles Scholarship. Awards are based on academic excellence and financial need.  


Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program       
The Ohio National Guard is currently offering scholarships that will pay 100% of your college tuition for a two or four-year degree at a state college or university. As a member of the Ohio National Guard, you can serve while you attend high school or college. Call or text SFC Matt Locker at (330 )309-0355 or email at  . You can also visit the Ohio National Guard website or download this file for more information.


Choose Ohio First: STEMM Scholarships                                                                  This renewable scholarship will range in amount from $1500 and up per academic year. Students who wish to pursue an associate or bachelor degree in a STEMM field (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine) are eligible to apply for scholarships from one of 40 Ohio colleges, universities, or technical schools. Eligibility and deadlines vary by institution. All participating schools are linked to the website above with contact information. 


Scholarship Information

Scholarship Information
Scholarship information is available and updated on a weekly basis in the Guidance Office and on the high school website. Counselors will be available to assist students with this process.

  • Be aware of deadlines and make sure applications are submitted before the due dates.

  • Families seeking financial aid are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after October 1st. Visit the  FAFSA homepage for more information.

  • Nearly all colleges and universities offer scholarships through their financial aid offices. A separate application is sometimes required and the application deadline may be different from the admission application deadline. Consult the college admission office or their website for this information.

  • There are many scholarships available and search engines to help you find them. See the local and national scholarship search links in the main menu.

  • Remember to check with parents' employers, student's employer, churches, and any organizations or clubs you may be involved in for available scholarships.

  • Be wary of services that guarantee you scholarship money for a fee - it's usually a scam!

  • Your school counselor is available to assist you at any time.
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