Scholarships Since we do not have a Career Coach any longer, all scholarships will be given to your English teacher to hand out. * Ask your parents if their job offers scholarships. * Talk with your church or pastor to see if they have scholarships. * Find out if your parents belong to organizations that have scholarships. * To qualify for the Academic Challenge Lottery Scholarship, you must have an ACT composite score of 19 or higher and be an Arkansas resident. * Start searching scholarships online. You can begin with sites such as "Fund My Future", "Cappex" and "Unigo". * When you are looking at colleges online, check out their financial aid/scholarship pages.
Sixt Scholarship: For students graduating in 2018 and have a minimum GPA of 3.7. For more information or to apply, visit www.sixt.com/sixt-scholars/
Hagan Scholarship: For this scholarship, you must have a 23 or higher ACT score, 3.5 or higher GPA and plan to enroll in a four year college in the fall of 2018. For more information on this need based merit scholarship, visit www.haganscholarships.org/ The application deadline is November 15, 2017.
American Legion Scholarship: See your English teacher for an application.
Patriot's Pen Scholarship for 6th- 8th Graders: See your English teacher for an application. For more information, contact Seth Jones at 870- 895-3522
Ozarka College Scholarships: www.ozarka.edu/files/forms/Ozarka_Scholarship_Application.pdf If you are a current student, Login in to your Ozarka account. Click on Finance tab. Click on Apply for Scholarships. Click on the arrow that says Begin. Fill out the application. Upload your essay and submit. For help, contact Rylie Bevill at 870-368-2013.
THEA Scholarships for Visual Arts, Fashion Design, Performing Arts, Spoken Word, Creative Writing and Film: For more information, visit www.theafoundation.org
Viola and County Line Masonic Lodges Scholarships: J.B. Etheridge says they will be awarding scholarships to the top 8 seniors this year. He wants students to be mindful of the importance of "keeping their grades up".
American Indian Center of Arkansas (AICA): 501-666-9032 www.arindianctr.org AICA offers help to eligible people of American Indian heritage in securing a job, training, and continued education. AICA works to improve the lives of native people in need. AICA offers scholarship aide to those seeking higher education and can help connect unemployed workers with new jobs or careers. Also, the AICA runs a special account to give monetary aide to those who are unable to pay bills or provide the basic necessities.
American Indian College Fund:www.collegefund.org You must attend on the the tribal colleges listed. Go to their website and click on the Students and Alumni link. On the left side of the page, you will see the link for scholarships.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES): www.aises.org
American Indian Services: www.americanindianservices.org You must enroll in one of the participating schools. Go to their website, click on students, view the list of colleges, and fill out the application.