Scholarships

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FHS

SHS
A-D Christy Lane A-E Nicole Stoffey
E-K Kelli Allen F-K Angie Oransky
L-R Jennifer McCallister L-R Paula Hilderbrand
S-Z Heather Schwalbe S-Z Kelly Bingel

 BRIDGES     Susan Aubuchon 


 

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS

 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FOX HIGH ONLY

 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SECKMAN HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR A+ STUDENTS

2016-2017 A+ Scholarships

STLCC A+ Information Night

HELPFUL SCHOLARSHIP LINKS

The Scholarship Foundation Presentation 

Determining college affordability requires careful comparisons of different schools' financial aid packages, and this FREE workshop from The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis explains just how to do that! Designed for high school seniors, this presentation shows how to review both the amount and kinds of financial aid being offered, as well as assess any remaining expense gap that a student and family would have to cover on their own. 
Questions: info@sfstl.org
RSVP: 636-296-5171

www.bestcolleges.com
Our guide is a one-stop location where students can understand, plan, and navigate their way through the college application process.

St. Louis Area Scholarships

for St. Louis Area Students

FREE online system that connects students to St. Louis area scholarships and interest-free loan programs.  
$4.25 million awarded to 550+ students over two years
over 45 scholarships and interest-free loan programs
scholarships options vary over the year



Raise.me Your Scholarship Portfolio
Build your portfolio and for each achievement, you’ll get scholarships from different colleges, which you can redeem when you attend that college. Discover, learn about, and follow different colleges from across the country to find schools that are the best fit for you.

Scholarship Search
Search more than 7,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, and other financial aid opportunities. Select Category Search or Keyword Search. Choose selections from at least one category below. See Scholarship Search Help below for additional information about the scholarship process and tips for using this tool


Online College Database
The Online College Database provides future post-secondary students with the information they need, at no cost, to make informed decisions about where to attend college. The database team has created a guide to all 127 colleges in Missouri to include both two and four year schools. Factors such as enrollment size, tuition, gender ratio, student to faculty ratio, campus setting, acceptance rate and ROTC availability is included for each college. Access the Online College Database at: http://www.onlinecollegesdatabase.org/online-colleges-in-missouri/

College Savings Plan

Scholarship Application Guide 
Higher education costs are at an all-time high, and landing the right scholarship could be the difference between graduating debt-free or paying off loans for years and years. Unlike a loan, a scholarship does not need to be repaid. It is a gift. Scholarships are granted by a variety of entities, like schools, private endowments, businesses, religious organizations, nonprofits, the government, and professional associations. There are thousands of scholarships available to undergrad and graduate students throughout the country.

Scholarships for Hispanic and Latino Students
To address the very real issue of affordability, our college planning team at BestColleges.com created a holistic financial aid guide specifically for Hispanic and Latino students. We provide context for how students can best take advantage of available resources while offering a comprehensive listing of 40+ scholarship and grant opportunities.

The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis, a federally qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, opens doors to higher education through direct assistance programs for students and through active participation in many aspects of the St. Louis regional community.

SallieMae Scholarship Search Engine
Find scholarships that match your talents and interests
Get email alerts when new matches are posted
Save your profile and edit as needed

MoneyGeek Scholarship Search
When it comes to funding your education, winning scholarships and grants should be one of your top priorities. Unlike student loans, you don't have to pay scholarship money back (let alone with interest), but you do need to identify scholarship programs that you're eligible for and apply. To make finding these programs as easy as possible, we've compiled and verified hundreds of scholarships from many sources and made them available in a single database. No signups or profile creation required -- just search and apply.

 Private Student Loans Guide - Eligibility, Costs, Repayment, & Warnings
- Federal Student Loans vs. Private Student Loans
- Student Loan Eligibility
- What are Private Student Loans?
- Private Student Loan Interest Rates
- What is a Cosigner?
- How to Obtain Student Loans
- Paying Back Private Student Loans After Graduation
- How to Save Money
- And more!

Financial Aid for Minorities Resource 
Historically, minority students have faced confounding factors leading to difficulties entering and finishing college. Disparities in wealth, health and parental education, among others, make it challenging to afford high cost tuition. A lack of higher education inhibits student's ability to become competitive in the job market, lowering their chances of earning higher wages and moving into higher socioeconomic statuses. Fortunately, there are resources and scholarships designed specifically to help minority students earn degrees.

Financial Aid & Scholarships for Minority Students
Historically, minority students have faced confounding factors leading to difficulties entering and finishing college. Disparities in wealth, health and parental education, among others, make it challenging to afford high cost tuition. A lack of higher education inhibits a student’s ability to become competitive in the job market, lowering their chances of earning higher wages and moving into higher socioeconomic statuses. Fortunately, there are resources and scholarships designed specifically to help minority students earn degrees.
http://www.affordablecolleges.com/resources/scholarships-for-minorities/


Fastweb
The best college support tools for students all in one place for free! 
*Scholarship Matches
*College Resources 
*Financial Aid Tips 
*Internship Opportunities 

College Scholarships.org

THE SCHOLARSHIP COACH
 (Scholarships to Help International Students Afford U.S. Colleges
)

"No Essay" College Scholarship

UNCF SCHOLARSHIPS, PROGRAMS, INTERNSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS!

Scholarship America
Scholarship America manages thousands of scholarship programs. Many are only open to employees of the sponsoring company or their families, but some are available to students in the general public. All of the programs below are managed by Scholarship America.