Scholarships & Financial Aid
Check out this page for updates on scholarships and financial aid. Students will be emailed when a new scholarship is posted.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Helias Counseling Office.
This scholarship sheet is updated frequently with new scholarships. Seniors will also be notified by email when new scholarships are posted.
- QuestBridge - you can apply for free to the nation's best colleges and be considered for early admission and a full four-year scholarship from the college.
- RaiseMe - partners with universities to offer students scholarships for their achievements during high school and community college.
- Big Future by the College Board - find scholarships, other financial aid, and internships from thousands of programs.
- FastWeb - Join and match instantly. Once you complete your profile you'll have access to Fastweb's database of more than 1.5 million scholarships.
- Career One Stop - Search more than 8,000 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and other financial aid award opportunities.
- Scholarship Bee - Browse this site to find various businesses, schools, and organizations to help students pay for college.
- Scholarship America - Start exploring and start the application process with the click of a button.
- USA Scholarships - free scholarships and grants for college students
- Sallie Mae Scholarship Search - free way to get access to more than 5 million college scholarships
- STEM Scholarships for Women
- Chegg Monthly Scholarships - create a profile and be matched with scholarships that pertain to you
- Scholarships 360
- Imagine America Foundation - scholarships to career and technical colleges
- FFA Grants and Scholarships
TYPES OF AID
-Scholarships (Money you don't have to pay back, can be based on merit/data such as grades, test scores, first generation student, etc.) Most renewable scholarships have requirements that could be based on enrollment status and/or grades.
-Grants (Money you don't have to pay back, and is based on demonstrated financial need)
-Loans (Money you DO have to pay back-can be taken out by parents and/or students)
-Work Study (you are employed on campus, get paid and are responsible to make sure that this money helps pay your bills)
The video below gives a great over view of this process: