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SCCPSS Scholarship List
Scholarships with October 2020 Deadlines
Scholarships with November 2020 Deadlines
Scholarships with December 2020 Deadlines
The following is an updated list of scholarship opportunities. Scholarship listings will be updated to include additional local and regional awards. As with college applications, students who need transcripts and letters of recommendation from the Counseling Office must give a minimum two weeks notice to ensure a timely turnaround process.
List of Scholarship Resources
Organization & Description
GAFutures: Plan your high school graduation, prepare for college, apply for the HOPE scholarship and some colleges.
Fastweb: Scholarships, information about colleges, financial aid, student life, and internships
Department of Education: Information about why to go to college, what to do to get to college and how to pay for college
Scholarships: Find money for colleges and get found by colleges
Collegeboard: College is within your reach. Helpful info and college option search.
Cappex.com: There's a college out there that's just right for you, and Cappex, Your College Decision Headquarters™, makes finding it much simpler. With easy-to-use tools that quickly let you find colleges and scholarships, including
Upcoming College Fairs:
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UNCF Scholarships – Search for hundreds of scholarships and grant programs administered by the United Negro Scholarship Fund as well as scholarships offered through other organizations. If you are applying to an HBCU, this is a must!
QuestBridge National College Match is part of the Quest Scholars Program, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has worked since 1994 to help outstanding low-income students access top-tier educational opportunities. Please learn more by visiting www.questbridge.org
Comcast Leaders and Achievers-SECHS will nominate one outstanding senior who has shown commitment to community service during his/her four years at SEC.
Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholar-Athlete Awards-awards given to local, state, and national levels of competitions. Highly competitive. Academic Achievement, Athletic Achievement, Community Impact.
Deadline: October 2nd
AES Engineering Scholarship-$500 multiple awards. Essay between 500-1000 words.
Deadline: October 6th
Horatio Alger Association Scholarship-50 awards of $5,000. For students who have demonstrated the ability to overcome adversity in their personal lives, financial need.
Deadline: October 25th
Coca-Cola Scholars-50 awards of $20,000 and 200 awards of $10,000. 1. Leadership in School 2. Commitment to Community 3. Academic Achievement 4. Part-time employment.
Deadline: October 31st
College Prowler “No Essay” Scholarship-$2,000. Fill out an online form. One winner is selected at random each month.
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards-$1,000 with a chance to earn more. Students who have excelled in community service and/or leadership. Applications must be completed online and submitted to Mrs. Gordon-Jelks for review. Only one student is nominated from SEC.
Deadline: October 24th
Ron Brown Scholarship – At least ten awards of $10,000 per year for four years ($40,000). Academically talented, highly motivated African American Students who are US citizens should apply.
Deadline: November 1st & January 9th www.ronbrown.org
VFW Voice of Democracy Scholarship Contest-Various amounts. Applicants must submit a recorded essay (CD or cassette tape) 3-5 minutes in length on the topic, “Why Veterans are Important to Our Nation’s History & Future.”
Deadline: November 1st.
First Freedom Student Competition-$750-$3,000. Must write an essay on a topic involving religious freedom and have a sponsoring teacher.
Deadline: November 17th (online) November 24th (postmark)
AXA Achievement Scholarship - 25,000. Students who have ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for family and community, and the ability to achieve in college should apply.
Deadline: December 1st
Colored Rocks - $50-$5,000. For “male students of color;” essay contest
Deadline: December 5th
Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship Program – various local, regional, and national awards are available totaling over $2 million; criteria-academics, essay, recommendation
Deadline: December 7th
Hispanic Scholarship Fund – Various amounts. Hispanic heritage, GPA of 3.0 or greater
Deadline: December 15th/Various
Safe Engineering Scholarships-various amounts. More than 60 corporate and university sponsored scholarships to qualified students who are interested in the study of engineering and related sciences.
Deadline: University Sponsored December 15th
Ronald McDonald House Scholarships-Students currently enrolled in high school who are eligible to attend an institution of higher learning or vocational/technical school with a complete course of study in the year immediately following graduation may apply for only one RMHC scholarship program.
GE-Reagan Scholarship Foundation Program-Several awards renewable for $40,000; Leadership, drive, integrity, citizenship, financial need, academics
The Gallery Collection Create a Greeting Card Scholarship-Submit a photo, artwork, or computer graphic to be used as the front of a greeting card.
Deadline: January 15th
SunTrust Off to College Sweepstakes 2019-2020 – Various amounts, bi-weekly drawings.
ü One of the single best sources of scholarship money is the college or university to which you are applying. Many schools have scholarship deadlines much earlier than their regular decision admission date.
ü Please pay close attention to the financial aid and scholarship sections of your schools’ websites!
ü Additional scholarship opportunities will be sent to you via email throughout the school year!
ü Check your HOPE GPA status and HOPE scholarship requirements at www.gafutures.org