Top 5 Places to Find Scholarships:

  1.  The College You Plan to Attend – use college websites to find merit based and/or need based scholarships
  2.  High School – this website & bulletin board in cafeteria; check both weekly
  3. Community Organizations – i.e. Elks, Boy Scouts, church, 4H, etc
  4. Employers – yours or your parents may offer scholarship opportunities
  5. FREE Online Scholarship Searches – links above for FASTWEB and Career Cruising

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Strategies for Students Too Rich for Financial Aid and Too Poor for College

Source:  US News & World Report July 2016

Winning a Scholarship – Best Practices

Making the Most of Your Scholarship Search

Rotary Club Scholarships Harry A. Sisson (only top 5 applicants will be submitted, due directly to Ms. Berry) by January 8, 2021.
Rotary Club Scholarships Hugh Archer, Past Presidents, and Otto Rowan -CTE programs) all due January 22, 2021
Certa Law Personal Injury Scholarship due Dec 15, 2020
Zivadream Scholarship due Nov 30, 2020
SaplingHR Scholarship due Nov 1, 2020
Wayne State Freshman Scholarships due dates vary
Western Michigan University Freshman Scholarships due dates vary
University of Michigan- Dearborn Freshman Scholarships due dates vary
Home Theorys Scholarship due dates vary 
Dirk and Derrick Car & Truck Accident Scholarship due December 15th (each year)
Discover Early Childhood Edu due dates vary
The American Legion Scholarships due dates vary
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