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Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarship opportunities are posted on Naviance Student, the latest internet tool we are using as part of the District’s College and Career Readiness Plan. Scholarship opportunities will be immediately posted and constantly updated. Students will be able to find information on scholarship criteria, directions, applications, and anything else they need to know to access scholarships. Seniors are encouraged to check out Naviance Student frequently so they do not miss an opportunity! Students who are new to the high school, or who missed their Naviance Student training session should meet with their counselor to register.
Free application for federal student aid.
Find scholarships, other financial aid, and internships from more than 2,200 programs. Scholarship information is based on the College Board's Annual Survey of Financial Aid Programs.
 Large scholarship databases that allow students to criteria and return a list of matching scholarships. Also includes information about the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund, Black College Dollars, Gates Millennium Scholars, Latino College Dollars, and Native American Scholarships.  Also includes information about a number of organizations that will pay all or part of your way through college in return for a two- to a four-year commitment after graduation.

Congratulations! You've been selected to receive financial aid to help cover the costs of college. But what exactly is an 'FSEOG' or 'Unsubsidized Stafford,' and how much of the money you've been promised is actually just a loan? If you find yourself confused by your offer letter, you're not the only one. Upload a PDF of your letter in the link, click the 'decode' button to use this tool.