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Many students apply for financial aid to help make their college journey more affordable. 

IMPACT Scholarships are managed by Franklin-Golden.

BOOKS Scholarship

McCormick $500

HOUSING Scholarship

Sylinski $1000

TUITION Scholarship

Franklin $2000


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How to apply for Scholarships


CRITERIA

To be eligible, students must attend one of the high schools for the IMPACT College & Career Summit Tour- If unsure, ask your Counselor.

Q1: Are you a junior level student who will be a senior next academic school year?

Q2: Will you be enrolling to attend a post-secondary institution immediately following your senior year in high school?

Q3: Will the post-secondary institution you attend be a fully accredited, 4-year, 2-year or trade school?

Q4: Do you have a 2.75 GPA or higher?

Q5: If chosen as the winner, can you attend the College & Career Readiness Event held at your high school (ask Counselor for date)? *Note: Winners must be present at the high school on the day of the event for scholarship photos - no exceptions

If you answered YES to the questions listed above, you qualify to apply for a scholarship.

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NEXT STEPS

STEP #1: Complete the scholarship entry form (above).


STEP #2: Write a two-page essay explaining what you plan to accomplish with your degree/certification and how you have and will continue to give back to your community upon completion. Essay must be typed, double spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font


STEP #3: Ask a parent, counselor or teacher to proofread your essay.


STEP #4: Submit your essay to [email protected] (include the name of your high school and your first/last name).


STEP #5: Don't call/email to ask if we received the applications, you will be notified if you are chosen as a finalist.