On this page, you will find a printable list of available local/national scholarships to which students can apply. This list also includes scholarship programs for minority and/or undocumented students, a "Before-You-Apply" checklist, and additional resources. Below that, you will find a list of trustworthy scholarship search engines. These lists are not comprehensive! You will want to view the Announcements page often and follow Mr. Ghitis on twitter for the latest scholarship information, including local/school-specific scholarships and their deadlines.
Additionally, you can find local and national scholarships on your Xello profile if you are a junior or senior. To do this,
- Log into your Xello profile.
- Click on the "College Planning" link under the Goals & Plans section.
- Scroll down and click on the "Search for Local Scholarships" button under the Local Scholarships section.
There, you will find more information on how to apply for various local, state, and national scholarships! *Note, this feature is for presently for juniors and seniors only.*
*Note: If the document does not immediately appear, refresh your page. The links on the CCC page are most compatible with Google Chrome.
Below are some of Mr. Ghitis' favorite scholarship search engines. Again, this is by no means a comprehensive list. Several of these sites will ask you to create a free account so they can send you the latest information via e-mail. These are trustworthy sites that should not ask for personal information, outside of basic demographics. Don't fall for scholarship scams!!! Learn more about these scams here.
Scholarship Search Engines