Active Scholarships for 2019-2020

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American Legion Auxiliary Children of Warriors National President's Scholarship 

For seniors who are daughters, sons, grandsons, granddaughters, great-granddaughters, great-grandsons of veterans eligible for membership in the American Legion. Applicant must have volunteered 50 hours in community service. Applications available in the Money Corner in the School Counseling Office.

Send applications to:

President of the

American Legion Auxiliary Barre Unit 10

PO Box 1198

Barre, VT 05641-1198

March 1

$5,000

American Legion Auxiliary Department of Vermont  

One award will be given in the amount of $1,000 .

Applicant must be a graduating senior in an accredited high school. Please note that letters of recommendations and other documents are required.

Applications available in the Money Corner in the School Counseling Office.

Send applications to:

American Legion Auxiliary Barre Unit 10

PO Box 1198

Barre, VT 05641-1198

April 17

$1,000

American Legion Department of Vermont

The American Legion Department Scholarship Program offers the following scholarships:

1. Dpt. of Vermont Scholarship $1,500

2. Dpt. Commander Scholarship $1,000

3. (10) $500 Scholarships

For high school seniors whose parents are legal residents of the State of Vermont.

Scholarship applications available in the Money Corner in the School Counseling Office.

Send applications to:

The American Legion, Dept. of Vermont

Education and Scholarship Committee

PO Box 396

Montpelier VT 05601-0396

April 1

Up to $1,500

American Legion Auxiliary Spirit of Youth Scholarship 

Five scholarships of $5,000, one in each of the five Divisions of the American Legion Auxiliary

Applicant must be a Junior member of the ALA for the preceding 3 consecutive years, member

of the current year and must continue membership during 4 scholarship years.

This is a 4 year scholarship and student must maintain a GPA of 3.0 using a 4.0 base.

Applications available in the Money Corner in the School Counseling Office.

Send applications to:

American Legion Auxiliary Barre Unit 10

PO Box 1198

Barre, VT 05641-1198

March 1

$5,000

B.Davis Scholarships 

Available to all high school juniors and seniors.

May 22

$1,000

College Board Opportunity Scholarships

College Board created a program that guides you through the application to college process. It doesn't require an essay, application, or minimum GPA. Instead, it rewards your effort and initiative. You need to complete key steps along your path to college for a chance to earn scholarships

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Up to $40,000

Collegexpress 

CollegeXpress matches you to colleges and scholarships that fit you.

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Elks National Foundation Legacy Scholarships 

Legacy Awards are $4,000 scholarships available to children and grandchildren of Elks members.

January 31

$4,000

JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Program

For high school seniors. Applications will be screened based on appearance, neatness, content, scholastic abilities, extracurricular activities, financial need, and correctly following directions. The top two applications from Vermont will be submitted for national judging. Applications are available in the Money Corner in the Guidance Office. Make sure to submit the application to the address on page 1 of the application. Do not submit the application to any address on the web page (packages submitted to the wrong address will not be forwarded). This year the Vermont JCI Senate will also grant one $500.00 scholarship based strictly on need. The same application form will be used by the Vermont JCI Senate. Students only need to submit one application to be considered for either scholarship.

January 17th

$500

Knights of Columbus Scholastic Achievement Awards

For graduating seniors who are sons or daughters of a Knight of Columbus in good standing in a subordinate Council within the Vermont jurisdiction. Sons or daughters of deceased Members are also eligible if their father was in good standing at the time of death. An applicant may be a member of the Knights of Columbus or a member of a Columbian Squires Circle in the jurisdiction of Vermont. Part II of the application needs to be given to your counselor immediately to allow maximum time for preparation.

Applications available in the Money Corner in the Guidance Office.

Send applications to:

James P. Candon II, Chairman

21 Williams Street

Rutland, VT 05701

March 10

$1,000

NROTC Scholarship 

This scholarship program offers high school students the opportunity to enter a 4year college and graduate in a field of their choice as a Naval Officer.

Selected applicants receive full tuition and other financial benefits worth up to $180,000. Juniors and seniors can apply beginning April of their junior/senior year.

December 31

$180,000

Ongoing Course Hero Scholarship

Scholarships for students who plan to attend a university in the year of 2020. The scholarship is a monthly scholarship and there are two recipients of the awards each month.

November 30

December 16

December 31

$5,000

Past Presidents Parley Nursing Scholarship

One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior who is entering the RN or LPN

nursing field.The applicant must be a son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, great grandson, great

granddaughter or stepchild of a veteran. Applications available in the Money Corner in the School Counseling Office.

Send applications to:

American Legion Auxiliary Barre Unit 10

PO Box 1198

Barre, VT 05641-1198

April 6

$500

Questbridge Scholarship for low Income Students 

The QuestBridge National College Match connects high-achieving low-income students with admission and full four-year scholarships to partner colleges. College Match scholarships, which are provided by participating colleges, cover the full cost of tuition, room and board, are loan-free, and require no parental contribution.

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Red Sox Service Scholarship 

This scholarship program awards a one-time scholarship to a graduating senior attending one of the 41 select Vermont public high schools who have commitment to Community Service, Academic Performance and Eligibility for Financial Aid. Applicants must be high school seniors pursuing a two or four-year degree at any college, or university in the fall, 2020. One of these scholarships will be awarded to a Spaulding HS student if at least three SHS students apply.

February 7

$1,000

Scholarshipowl 

ScholarshipOwl provides students with access to scholarships they need most. Fill out a single form, and ScholarshipOwl will do the rest.

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Varies

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Categories range from Ceramics and Glass to Dramatic Script. There are so many categories that qualify for this award. Apply online and you have the chance to receive 1 of 16 $10,000 awards or 1 of 30 $1,000 rewards.

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Up to $10,000

The Army Reserve Minuteman Scholarship

The Minuteman Scholarship covers full tuition and fees (uncapped) or $10,000 per year toward room and board at any college or university served by an Army (ROTC) program. Scholarship recipients also receive a yearly book allowance of $1,200 and a monthly stipend of $420 while attending school and enrolled in the ROTC program.

For more information call SSG Anthony Landini at 802-476-6610. 

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Uncapped Tuition  

The PB&J Scholarship

This scholarship is focused on helping students who have the drive to succeed, but test scores and GPA might not be the best.

May 31

$1,000

The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund

A renewable, 4 year scholarship for high school seniors entering college for undergraduate study and students seeking a first bachelor's degree. Open to students who are permanent residents of a New England state. Applicants should be enrolled in a demanding course of study and demonstrate skilled writing ability. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or Higher on a scale of 4.0 to be considered

New High School Apllication

May 1

Early Repsonse Option for High School Students

April 3

$3,000-$17,000

Vermont EPSCoR CWDD Scholarships 

Applicants should be:

- Graduating seniors planning to attend a Vermont college the next academic year and enrolling in a STEM major.

- Of Native American ancestry or first generation college students.

April 1

$5,000

VSAC Scholarships 

Various scholarships published in a booklet by The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC). Most of the scholarships listed are sponsored by private groups, including Vermont businesses, charitable or service organizations, veterans groups, and others. The booklet is available in the School Counseling Office.

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