•  "Pride Foundation Scholarship"
    Pride Foundation provides essential financial resources and community support to inspirational LGBTQ+ and allied student leaders across the Northwest. Since awarding our first scholarship in 1993, we’ve awarded more than $5 million to more than 1,800 students in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
    We Believe In the Power of Education
    While much has changed for the LGBTQ+ community in recent years, educational support remains critical for students who face challenges on their educational journeys.  Pride Foundation Scholars are leaders in their communities with incredibly varied educational goals and lived experiences—and are oftentimes overcoming a lack of support system, tremendous societal barriers, and significant financial need in order to pursue their dreams.  Receiving a Pride Foundation Scholarship connects students to a growing community of support, providing important affirmation, encouragement, and resources to realize their dreams.
    60+ scholarships. 1 application.
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships  

      "Bezos Scholars Program"
    Bezos Scholars Program
    (Junior's Only) 
    It is a powerful leadership development opportunity and all-expenses-paid scholarship open to public high school juniors and their educators. 
    To begin, you will need to affirm your eligibility by completing the Scholar Agreement, which will allow you to create a profile. After you create a profile, you can save and return to your application any time prior to the deadline. Once you have submitted your application, you are no longer able to edit. The application contains two parts:
    Part One: We ask you for basic background information, school details, coursework, test scores, extra-curricular activities you participate in, and three written responses. Be sure to have your transcripts and test scores to upload for the completion of Part One.
    Part Two: Your Support: Here, we ask you to identify two people to submit letters of recommendation on your behalf. You might consider asking a teacher, mentor, or community member to complete the recommendation forms. Please note that it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that recommenders have enough time to complete the forms and submit them before the application deadline. Links will be provided for you to send the forms directly to these individuals within the online application  

     "Seattle U Bound Scholarship" 
    Deadline: 01/15/2022
    Full tuition for four years for incoming first-year students, covered by federal, state, and Seattle University grants and scholarships--combined with the College Bound scholarship. Students may receive additional financial aid opportunites (work study, student loans) to help cover remaining expenses such as books, room and board.
    Eligibility Criteria To receive the scholarship, incoming first-year students must fulfill the following:
    3.4 GPA cumulative weighted high school GPA
    Be enrolled full-time and eligible for the Washington State College Bound Scholarship.
    Maintain College Bound eligibility and satisfactory academic progress while enrolled at Seattle U, and complete the yearly FAFSA filing requirement
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships  

     "John F. Kennedy 2021 Profile in Courage Essay Contest"
    First-place: $10,000          Second-place: $3,000          Five Finalists: $1,000 each          Eight Semi-finalists: $100 each 
    In Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy recounted the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers to do what was right for the nation. These leaders demonstrated political courage by taking a stand for the public good in spite of pressure by interest groups, their political party, or even their constituents. The Profile in Courage Essay Contest challenges students to write an original and creative essay that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage.

    The maximum word count is 1,000 with a minimum of 700, not including citations and bibliography. Use at least five varied sources such as government documents, letters, newspaper articles, books, and/or personal interviews.
    All submissions must adhere to contest requirements.

    The contest is open to United States high school students in grades nine through twelve attending public, private, parochial, or home schools; U.S. students under the age of twenty enrolled in a high school correspondence/GED program in any of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, or the U.S. territories; and U.S. citizens attending schools overseas. Past winners and finalists are not eligible to participate. Employees of John Hancock Financial Services and members of their families are not eligible to participate. 

    Essay Submission:
    Students have the choice of either submitting their essay online (preferred) or of mailing their essay. All students must complete and submit a registration form online for student and school information. For instructions on how to submit your essay, see Registration and Submission.
    Mailed in essays for the 2020 contest must be postmarked by January 17, 2022.
     If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.  

     "Big Bend Electric Cooperative Scholarship"
    Big Bend Electric Cooperative (BBEC) is committed to support the education of our youth. Each year, BBEC awards three separate continuing education scholarships on a competitive basis to eligible candidates.
    Candidates must either be members of BBEC at the time of application and selection, or must have parent(s) or legal guardian(s) that are members of BBEC at the time of application and selection. At the time of application, the candidate must be a graduating high school senior and must be enrolled, or planning to enroll, in an accredited educational or training institution. Scholarship winners are awarded $500 each year for up to four years of continuing education ($2,000 total award).

    Judging is based upon Grade Point Average (which must be cumulative 2.5 or higher), an essay on a given topic, and the applicant’s school, community, and volunteer activities.  Judging is conducted by a 3-person committee of utility industry professionals independent of BBEC. Scholarships are awarded to the recipients at the BBEC annual meeting of members, which is held each year in either February or March 

     "Live Mas Scholarship
    (Taco Bell Foundation)"
    Deadline: 01/20/22 
    Apply Today  
    We believe that young people have the ideas and drive to move the world forward. The Live Más Scholarship (pronounced “Liv maws”) is for ALL young people who are pursuing higher education and using their passion to ignite change in their communities and beyond. We believe in you – no matter where you are in your journey, whether just recognizing your strengths and developing your passion or bringing it to life and inspiring others to join you.
    This program is more than a scholarship. We’re not merely a one-off check writer – we’re a continued partner and collaborator who’ll be there with connections and opportunities throughout your journey to help your passion shine so brightly, it changes the world. The Live Más Scholarship for new applicants will award $1,000,000 to support 100 young adults. Awards will range up to $25,000. Taco Bell Foundation (Sponsor) reserves the right to award more or less than 100 scholarships and more than $1,000,000.00 in scholarships based on available resources and as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion.

    "APIASF Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund"
    Deadline: 01/22/22 
    Scholarship awards range from one-time $2,500 awards to multi-year $20,000 awards. APIA Scholars provides scholarships to underserved APIA students. The APIA Scholarship Program application must be completed online and submitted electronically once all of the required questions have been answered. You do not have to complete the online application in one sitting. Until you are ready to submit, you may access your application and edit your answers as many times as you like with your login from any computer with internet access. The application will be available for the 2021-2022 academic year from September 4, 2021 until January 22, 2022 at 5:00 PM EST.
    APIA Scholarship Minimum Eligibility Criteria:
    Be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census
    Be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Citizens of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau are also eligible to apply. Be enrolling as an undergraduate student in a U.S. accredited college or university in the Fall of 2022. Please read the scholarships by supporter details below for specific eligibility requirements regarding the academic standing required for each scholarship. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted) or have earned a GED. Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Submit one letter of recommendation online.
    How To Apply:
    The APIA Scholarship Program application must be completed online and submitted electronically once all of the required questions have been answered. You do not have to complete the online application in one sitting. Until you are ready to submit, you may access your application and edit your answers as many times as you like with your login from any computer with internet access.
    If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details  

     "The Coolidge Scholarship"
    (Juniors Only Apply)
    The Coolidge Scholarship is an annually awarded, full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study. The Coolidge may be used by recipients at any accredited American college or university. Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this non-partisan, need-blind, program. tudents apply for the Coolidge Scholarship during their junior year of high school. Finalists are flown in for a finalist weekend at the Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont where they interview with the Coolidge Scholars Finalist Jury. Recipients of the Coolidge Scholarship are notified of their award late in their junior year, before college application (note: current high school seniors are not eligible to apply). Finalists who are not named Coolidge Scholars are eligible to receive a smaller, one-time, college scholarship.
    (1) applicants must intend to enroll full-time at an accredited U.S. college or university as an undergraduate for the first time in fall 2023. That is to say, students in their junior year of high school, or the equivalent if home schooled, are eligible to apply. (Students who are currently high school juniors but take some courses at a local college are indeed eligible to apply for the Coolidge Scholarship.)
    (2) must be citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States of America by the 2021 scholarship deadline, January 23, 2022.
    Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships. 

     "The Point Foundation Scholarship"
    Deadline: 01/25/22
    This scholarship is available for U.S. high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students. Applicants must be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or queer (LGBTQ) or have a history of leadership and dedication in the LGBTQ community. Click here to learn more and apply today!
    Must be a high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student at the time of application.
    Must be a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) student or have a history of leadership and dedication in the LGBTQ communit.
    The Point Scholarship covers tuition, books, supplies, room and board, transportation and living expenses, and is set up with the individual college to meet the needs of the Point Scholar. Each person who applies for a Point Scholarship is evaluated on the totality of their situation. Marginalization, financial need, academic achievement, personal merit, leadership, involvement in the LGBTQ community, professional experiences, personal and future goals are all taken into consideration. Each finalist must interview with Point's Board of Regents and members of the executive management staff in person in San Francisco. Interviews are coordinated by Point and will take place between April 26 and April 28. The cost for transportation, lodging and meals are covered by Point.
    Award Amount: 
    Between $2,000-$4,800 in tuition scholarship each year. 
    The total dollars awarded for this scholarship is $19,200. 

    "Hamilton Relay Scholarship"
     Creating opportunities for higher education is a priority for Hamilton Relay. The goal of the Hamilton Relay Scholarship is to support students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking in their post-secondary education.

    The Hamilton Relay Scholarship is extended to a qualifying high school student living within one of the states where Hamilton Relay is the contracted telecommunications relay and/or captioned telephone service provider. This includes California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington.

    In each of these states, a $500 scholarship will be awarded to one eligible applicant. All applicants must meet eligibility requirements and submit required application materials prior to the January 30, 2021 deadline. 
    If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details  

     "I Have a Dream Scholarship"
    Deadline: 01/31/22
    Scholarship Open Now
    ($1,500.00 award)
    If we had that crazy contraption from "Inception," we could just live the dream with you. But, since we can't, we need you to tell us in our scholarship for dreamers. Did you have a dream that was off-the-wall, or maybe it was so real that you didn't know you were dreaming? Maybe you dream of a successful future or reaching your goals. Whatever your dreams might be, they could help you towards getting a scholarship for your college education. Scholarships don't have to exist in your rich reveries. Let your dreams be your muse - and your ticket to free money for school. One "dreamer" in our I Have a Dream Scholarship Scholarship will receive $1,500 to help make his or her educational dream come true.
    Submit an online written response to the question:
    "We want to know... what do you dream about? Whether it's some bizarre dream you had last week, or your hopes for the future, share your dreams with us for a chance to win $1,500 for college." (250 words or less)
    If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details 

     "National CPR Foundation Scholarship"
    Deadline: 01/31/22
    every month $500.00 Award 
    Every month we will award a $500 scholarship to students pursuing careers in healthcare or education. We are thrilled to support passionate individuals who make a difference not just in the classroom, but through all aspects of their lives. These vital fields are experiencing global exponential growth and are essential to the success of the National CPR Foundation’s mission, which offers online cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses to individuals and groups around the world interested in learning life-saving techniques for a variety of settings. Each month, a scholarship will be awarded to a student demonstrating why they are driven to attain a degree in the education or healthcare fields through a written essay. The scholarship may be used for education expenses at the school the winner is currently attending or is enrolled in for future attendance. Essay finalists will be presented on the National CPR Foundation website, and shared on social networks and voted upon via social sharing, which may influence but not determine the winner. 
    To qualify for the National CPR Foundation Scholarship Program, you must:
    Be at least 18 years of age and studying in the United State
    Have a minimum GPA of 2.8
    Be currently enrolled in school majoring in a healthcare- or education-related field
    If not currently enrolled, you must be applying to a college or university with plans to major in a healthcare- or education-related field for enrollment the following academic year. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply in subsequent months. Scholarships will only be awarded one time to each winner. Past winners are not eligible to apply again.
    How to Apply:
    To apply, qualifying students must submit a 500- to 750-word essay describing what motivates them in their career aspirations, and why they want to pursue or are currently studying for a healthcare- or education-related degree. Each application will be judged against other applications received in that same month.

    A selection of finalists among the essays will be chosen by the National CPR Foundation, which will share finalist essays on our website. The essays will be able to be voted upon by the public through social media sharing, such as Facebook Likes, Tweets, and Google +1s. While the social popularity and online response of the essays may have some influence on winning essays, it is not the sole basis of our final decision.

    To apply, email submissions@nationalcprfoundation.com with the following information:  

     "2022 ACPE K-12 Scholarship"
    Deadline: 01/31/22
    For 2022, the Association of Computer Professionals in Education (ACPE) may allocate up to $10,000 for scholarships of up to $2,000 each for students in Oregon and Washington. These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who have been actively involved in the use of technology during their high school careers and are planning to pursue studies in a technology-related field. Contact information: scholarship@acpenw.org

      "2022 Nitro Scholarship"
    Deadline: 01/31/21
    The $2,000 Nitro Scholarship Sweepstakes The $2,000 Nitro Scholarship Sweepstakes is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, age 17 or older at the time of entry, and who meet one (1) of the five (5) following eligibility requirements at the time of entry:

    (1) a parent who currently has a child enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
    (2) a student who is currently enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
    (3) a parent who currently has a child enrolled as a high school senior located within the United States;
    (4) a student who is currently enrolled as a high school senior located with the United States;
    a student or a parent whose child has graduated from an accredited undergraduate school (a “School) and who is currently paying back a student or parent loan for his/her/child’s educational expenses for such School (“Entrant”).
    Void outside the U.S. and wherever prohibited by law. Click here for Official Rules.

    * All applications submitted past the current deadline date up till 11:59 PM ET will be considered for the next deadline.