Currently Available Scholarships
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FIRST Robotics Scholarship at Saginaw Valley State University
SVSU has established FIRST ROBOTICS SCHOLARSHIPS to recognize the achievements of FIRST robotics competition participants. These four renewable scholarships will provide $16,000 awards at $4,000 per year.
To be eligible for a FIRST Robotics Scholarship, a student must:
-Complete a University Application online and be admitted to SVSU.
-Have participated in a FIRST Robotics Competition within the past year.
-Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better in high school and demonstrate commitment to leadership, service, academic success.
-Submit the SVSU Private Scholarship Application beginning December 1.
Click here to apply.
PassPENNY FOR A RIDE PROGRAM
While distracted driving due to texting is widely talked about, tire-related incidences cause twice as many yearly fatalities (457 vs. 738 fatalities per year). Michelin just launched the #PennyForARide program for teens to win a $100,000 college scholarship during National Scholarship Month (November). By using just one penny to check the safety of their tires (and posting on social about it), teens could score a full ride to college and potentially save lives in the process. Click here to apply.
CO-ALLIANCE SOLUTIONS PROGRAM
Co-Alliance, LLP is a farmer-owned cooperative headquartered in Avon, Indiana, with branches serving energy and agribusiness customers across Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. Co-Alliance will award 20 one-time scholarships of $1,000 each to students who meet the following qualifications:
-Must be a high school senior planing to graduate in spring 2020.
-Must have a parent or grandparent who is a member of one of the local cooperatives in the Co-Alliance partnership: Midland, IMPACT, LaPorte County Co-op, Frontier, and Excel Co-op (Member ID # required).
-Must be planning to enter the agriculture field.
-In at least 500 words, explain why you are passionate about agriculture and why you've chosen it as your intended area of study.
-Must print and mail the application along with a recent high school transcript.
Deadline to apply: February 1, 2020. Click here to apply. Paper copies are also in the Guidance office.
COLLEGE COVERED BY DISCOVER STUDENT LOANS
Discover Student Loans is giving away a $5,000 scholarship each month this year with their 2020 Scholarship Award Sweepstakes! The earlier you enter, the more chances you have to win 1 of 12 scholarships. Click here to begin the process. Sweepstakes are open now through January 31, 2020.
MICHIGAN RETAILERS ASSOCIATION (MRA)
The MAR is awarding 24 scholarships ranging from $1,000-$1,500. Eligibility: The student or his/her parent must be employed at a business that is a member of MRA. If you need to verify MRA member status, please call 800-366-3699. Click here then click under Member Benefits and then Scholarship Program for the application. Deadline: January 1-April 1, 2020.
This is a senior care organization that seeks to support family caregivers, their loved ones, and professionals in the senior care community. There are a number of scholarships they offer so click here to review each scholarship and complete the application process. Each scholarship deadline varies.
LEADS! Scholarship Program offered by the Ohio-Michigan Association of Colleges and Schools (OMACCS)
The OMACCS, in cooperation with 23 participating career colleges and schools, is offering more than 185 scholarships. The primary objective of these scholarships is to provide students with the education and training necessary to obtain a job in an Ohio or Michigan business or industry and encourage students to learn more about leadership in their communities. Click here for the application. Be sure and read over the booklet/brochure to identify the schools in Ohio and Michigan offering the scholarships. Deadline: April 6, 2020.
THE TIM DEWITT HARVEST EDUCATION FOUNDATION (MICHIGAN MANUFACTURED HOUSING ASSOCIATION)
HARVEST establishes educational programs and opportunities for students who wish to make a career in the RV and campground, manufactured housing or self-storage industry. In some cases, HARVEST will award scholarships to students even though their career goals may not lead them back to those industries. Click here for the HARVEST Academic Application and to get more information. Deadline: April 3, 2020. If you have questions, call 586-752-6381 and ask for Beth Monicatti Blank.
SCHOLARSHIP BUDDY OF MICHIGAN
There are a number of scholarships listed under this site to review and submit your application online. Click here for the website.
AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET SCHOLARSHIP CENTRAL
If you are interested in being trained to become an automotive, heavy duty or collision repair technician, be sure and visit this website. Click here to view the many scholarship opportunities and explanations. There are different deadlines for each scholarship.
COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED BY CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
Click here to check out the Competitive Scholarships that CMU has to offer to our freshman students. You can get a full ride to the university - who doesn't want that? Check out the Centralis Scholar Award, Centralis Gold Award, Multicultural Advancement Award of Distinction, Lem Tucker Scholarship. There are also scholarships that pay for a good portion of your tuition. Check out the Centralis Maroon Award, Leader Advancement Scholarship, Multicultural Advancement Scholarships, and the Lloyd M. Cofer Scholarship.
El DADE RITTER SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is offered through a law firm in Los Angeles, California, and is available to any high school senior that desires to apply.
-must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA
-submit a 500+ word essay on why having a higher education is important. They would like to learn about each student and how the student has persevered and fought to get the education s/he wants. List one challenge and how it has prepared you for the challenge you face as a student.
Click here to complete the application. Deadline: June 30, 2020.
BILL OF RIGHTS INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIP
At the Bill of Rights Institute, students will have the opportunity to win a number of scholarships. The institute would like each participate to write an essay on what civil discourse means to you. For this essay, they not only are asking what civil discourse means to you, but to also relate what it looks like when it works - and when it doesn't - and why. 1st Place scholarship amount total is $7,500; 5 runners up will receive $1,500 each; 8 honorable mention prizes are being awarded at $500 each. Click here to learn more about this scholarship and to submit your essay.
ROSA PARKS SCHOLARSHIP
The application for the $2,000 Rosa Parks Scholarship is now available online. Click here to apply. Deadline: March 1, 2020.
**BERRIEN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS**
There are a number of Buchanan High School scholarship opportunities on the website of the Berrien Community Foundation. Below are a number of scholarships being awarded to Buchanan High School graduates. Click here to read up further on the scholarships and to apply. Deadline for each scholarship is Friday, March 6, 2020.
The Ken and Jeanne Thomas Memorial Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship of up to $1,000 for graduating high school seniors (including early/middle college 5th year seniors) with a GPA of 3.0 or higher who is pursuing a career in any ATEM related field. This scholarship was established in memory of Ken and Jeanne Thomas to provide educational opportunities to deserving students in Berrien County.
Acadia Gardens LLC
This is a non-renewable scholarship of up to $1,000 for a graduating high school senior with a 2.5 GPA or above who is an Arcadia Gardens employee or the child of an employee who is neither a company owner or company shareholder.
The Lehmann-Peapples Trades
This is a renewable scholarship for up to $2,000 for two years, dependent upon GPA and success in their academic program. Students need 2.0 or higher GPA and must demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is geared towards students planning to attend an accredited trade school or trades training program at a college. Some examples of trades are electrical, tool & die, construction, plumbing, welding, HVAC, etc.
Michigan Grape Society Scholarship
This is a nonrenewable scholarship of up to $1,000 for a student pursuing the study of viticulture. This scholarship was established by the Michigan Grape Society to encourage vitculture education.
All God's Children Community Choir Scholarship
This is a renewable scholarship for up to $2,500 for a graduating senior who has participated in All God's Children for at least two years and meets all other requirements. It was established in 2016.
F.A. Mason Penwell Nursing Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the family of F.A. Mason Penwell to provide a nursing education to those who aspire to help others.
The Arlene B. Porritt Memorial Scholarship for Curious Kids'
This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for a graduating senior who has volunteered at the Curious Kids' Museum for a total of at least 10 hours from 8th grade to junior year and meets all other requirements. It was established in loving memory of Arlene who felt great satisfaction seeing her grandchildren challenge their brains and have fun at the museum.
The David A. Hicks Scholarship for the Arts
This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for graduating seniors who are pursuing a Bachelor's degree in the Arts and meet all other requirements. It was established by David's family to celebrate his life, fight with cancer, and love for the Arts. David was from one of our neighboring towns, Three Oaks. Visit the site to learn more about David.
The Heart of Cook Scholarship Program
This is an up to $5,000 scholarship awarded over four years for graduating seniors who are pursuing a degree in engineering or another technical discipline and meet all other requirements. It was established to encourage students who do not already have an immediate family member working at AEP.
The Rodney Weir Marching Band Scholarship
This is a renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for graduating seniors pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and meet all other requirements. It was established to encourage students with financial need planning to attend an accredited school in Michigan, Indiana, or Illinois.
Stoub Family Scholarship for Working Students
This is a non-renewable scholarship of up to $1,000 for a graduating high school senior or community college attended for use at a 4-year college or university who plans to pursue a degree in non-STEM fields (including business). Preference may be given to students who demonstrate entrepreneurial ambitions. This scholarship was established by Traci and Eric Stoub and their daughter Callahan Stoub to reward students who have worked while going to school over three summers and/or throughout the school year. Preference is given to students who may be unable to receive need-based financial aid but can still demonstrate a need for financial help to get through college.
The SW MI Human Trafficking Task Force Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Human Trafficking Task Force to honor and raise awareness for those affected by human trafficking and to support those who would work in a health-related field or criminal justice field in order to be able to serve the victims of human trafficking. This is a non-renewable scholarship of up to $1,000 for a graduating senior or current college student attending Southwestern Michigan College or Lake Michigan College. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated a commitment to raising awareness of human trafficking. This student will have a career goal set in a profession related to medicine or criminal justice. Applicants must have a 2.5 or higher GPA and provide evidence of financial need.
Trefz Family Scholarship
This scholarship is made possible by a gift from Josephine and Richard Trefz who established the scholarship to help students with financial need attend college. Josephine's siblings all went to college and it was something that she wanted for herself. Through this fund, Josephine will provide many students with the opportunity to get the college education she so greatly desired. This is a non-renewable scholarship of up to $1,500 for a graduating high school senior who shows financial need and demonstrate community service. Students must have a 2.5 or higher GPA and be involved in volunteer activities.
The Frederick S. Upton Foundation Opportunity Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $3,000 for graduating seniors who demonstrate financial need, community service and are planning to attend a 4-year college/university in Michigan. Preference may be given to students who will attend small or private institutions.
Passaro Family Volunteer Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for all Berrien County graduating high school seniors. Applicants must demonstrate volunteer and community involvement with nonprofit (outside of church and school projects) that served the communities of St. Joseph, Stevensville, Benton Harbor or Bridgman.
Pasquale Santaniello Family Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for a graduating high school senior who has participated on their high school's soccer team. This scholarship was established by the Santaniello family in memory of their father Pasquale to encourage high school soccer students.
Ronald H. Miller Journalism Scholarship
This is a renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for graduating seniors pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and meet all other requirements. It was established to encourage students with financial need planning to attend an accredited school in Michigan, Indiana, or Illinois.
THE LEM TUCKER SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORED BY CMU
This scholarship honors the late Lemuel Tucker, a CMU alumnus who made an enormous contribution to journalism by promoting the participation and success of minorities in print and electronic media, as well as general excellence in the practice of journalism. This award provides full tuition, room and board to a CMU student majoring in journalism, broadcast and cinematic arts, or a related field. Click here for more information and to apply. Deadline: February 14, 2020.
HONOR CREDIT UNION COMMUNITY COMMITMENT SCHOLARSHIP
The credit union will award a $1,000 scholarship to 24 graduating high school or home school seniors throughout Honor's communities. Requirements: student must be a primary account holder at HCU; complete an online application detailing their academic performance and community involvement; provide a 300-400 word essay explaining how they have made their community a better place. Click here to apply. Deadline: March 15, 2020.
2020 STRAIGHT NORTH STEM SCHOLARSHIP
Straight North supports students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines. Through the Straight North STEM Scholarship, the winning student will be awarded $1,000 to be used toward his or her degree. In addition, 2 runners-up will each receive a $250 book scholarship. Click here for more information and to apply. Deadline: August 1, 2020.
THE DREAM.US SCHOLARSHIPS
The Dream.US Scholarship is open to all undocumented students who came to the United States before November 1, 2014. The Opportunity Scholarship, an up to $80,000 scholarship, offered for students who live in targeted, locked-out states where they cannot get in-state tuition. Deadline: January 30, 2020.
The National Scholarship, an up to $33,000 scholarship, for first-time college students or community college graduates. Deadline: February 27, 2020. Click here for more information.
THE MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED SCHOOL PERSONNEL-BERRIEN COUNTY - Dorothy Hawk's Scholarship
Applications are being accepted for the Dorothy Hawk's $1,500 Scholarships to be given to perspective Michigan School Teachers. These scholarships are available to current sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have been accepted into the teaching programs at their college or university. The students must be graduate of a Berrien County High School and attending a Michigan College or University. The candidate must have a "B" average. The applications are available by email request at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: April 10, 2020.
MICHIGAN GATEWAY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
There are a number of scholarships being offered through the MGCF. Click here to review the scholarships and apply. This year the foundation is using Kaleidoscope. Students will need to upload their transcript, complete a personal statement and provide two letters of recommendation (letters can only be uploaded this year). Before you start the application process, be sure you get the required information to upload because each step will require the uploads in order to go on to the next step. If students have questions regarding the application, each step offers a "Need Help?" button for applicants to email Kaleidoscope. If you still have additional questions, contact MGCF at 695-3521.
Deadline for each scholarship: March 13, 2020 at midnight.
Scholarship opportunities include: Roma Holmes, Buchanan-Galien Lions Club, Walter E. Schirmer Memorial, Janet Funk Racht Memorial, Janet L. Mottl Memorial, Unity Hospital Education, Mary Ella Powell Memorial, Hike for Higher Education, Galien Ambulance (must reside in old Galien School District), Ray E. Babcock Memorial (must reside in old Galien School District), Raymond R. Ricordati Jr. Lake Michigan College Memorial, Trull Family, Barbara Walkden Memorial (LMC trades/certificate programs), Eugene Smith, Harriet Schwartz, Ellis, Robert Rotzien, Fay Frazee, Jane Davis Health Careers, Niles-Buchanan Rotary, Counseling Association of Southwest Michigan (students must be planning to study Social Work or Counseling).
FLAVORFUL FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP
BE SPARKLING, BE SMART, BE THE FUTURE - A Scholarship for Fun & Unique Students. Sparkling Ice is awarding five (5) $5,000 scholarships to eligible high school seniors who are planning their bright and colorful futures. Visit sparklingice.com/scholarship for a full list of requirements. Click here to apply. Deadline: February 15, 2020.
SKILLED TRADE SCHOLARSHIP
The SET SEG Foundation is excited to announce their NEW Skilled Trade Scholarship program. The scholarship opportunity ($500 scholarship) is available to Michigan public high school seniors who have participated in a career and technical education program and are enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, an accredited two-year college, technical school or other accredited technical institute within the next 12 months. Click here to apply. Deadline: March 29, 2020.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIPS
Three scholarship opportunities are being announced by the American Legion Auxiliary.
-Medical Career Scholarship - Scholarship Amount: $500 - Deadline: March 15, 2020
-Memorial Scholarship - Scholarship Amount: $500 - Deadline: February 15, 2020
-Non-Traditional Student Scholarship - Scholarship Amount: $500 - Deadline: February 15, 2020
Click here for the eligibility requirements for each scholarship and the application.
BBB TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship recognizes young adults who demonstrate the values of Trust and Ethics that have been a hallmark of the Better Business Bureau for more than 100 years. Students are encouraged to submit a short essay describing the importance of honesty, integrity, transparency, and impact and how the student displays these characteristics. Click here for the application. Deadline: May 1, 2020.
LAKE TRUST CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIPS
Apply for the Michigan Impact Scholarship that offers full-tuition at Cleary University. This scholarship is being offered to individuals who are interested in supporting the growth of Michigan's economy. Deadline: February 29, 2020.
Lake Trust Credit Union is also offering the New Beginnings $5,000 Scholarship. The individual must attend a career technical education program, trade school or be enrolled and majoring in a technical field at a Michigan college or university. Deadline: February 29, 2020. To view both scholarships requirements and apply, click here.
BRIAN SWIGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Twin City Players is offering the Brian Swiger Memorial Scholarship. Scholarships of up to $1,000 go to seniors graduating from high schools in Berrien County and who have demonstrated a strong interest in theater-related activities. Winners can use the award money in pursuing any field of study, however, at any accredited college, university, trade school or arts education institutions. Applications are online by clicking here. Once application has been completed, mail it to Twin City Players, P.O. Box 243, St. Joseph, MI 49085. Deadline: March 31, 2020.
MIDWEST ENERGY AND COMMUNICATIONS SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for all high school seniors whose families receive monthly service from MEC at their primary residence. Four $1,000 college scholarships will be offered. Selection for the scholarship is based on academic performance, extra-curricular activities, community involvement and/or employment, and honors and awards. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 is required along with an official transcript. Every applicant must also submit a short video essay - create a video time capsule to be opened 10 years from now. It can be to yourself or your family, school or hometown, whichever you choose. Explain what you are including and why. Click here to submit your application. Deadline: March 16, 2020.
Paper Applications are available in the Student Services office for the following scholarships:
Michiana Two-Cylinder Club
$1000 scholarship awarded
Criteria: Applicants must be pursuing an education in an agricultural related field.
Deadline: March 31, 2020
AAA School Safety Patrol
Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors who served as AAA School Safety Patrol members in Michigan. Students must submit documentation of AAA School Safety Patrol participation, good academic standing and a strong record of participation in the community and extra-curricular activities. Applications can be obtained in the Guidance Office. Deadline: April 17, 2020. Please return the application and required documentation to the Guidance Office no later than March 20, 2020. The school will be responsible for submitting their selected nominee application by April 17, 2020. Unfortunately there can only be one application submitted per school.
Athena Education Fund from the Women's Service League
The Athena Education Fund was founded in 2002. It was created to acknowledge and reward local Berrien County students. Each year, The Athena Education Fund awards one $1,000 Educational Fund to one or more high school students in their senior year of study. The student(s) awarded will have demonstrated a commitment to volunteerism through many avenues including school, church, private youth groups, community organizations and charities. Both males and females are eligible to apply. To review the criteria and the required information needed, along with the application, stop by the Guidance office. Deadline: February 29, 2020.
Jason Arnold Memorial Scholarship
One $1,000 scholarship offered in memory of Brian Parker who lost his fight against leukemia. Brian's parents, Dick & Judy Parker, started the Brian Parker Committee to raise money to support cancer research. An annual Brian Parker Memorial Golf Tournament is held to benefit cancer research. As a result, the foundation has established the Brian Parker Memorial Scholarship to help support students who intend to pursue higher education or training in the oncology field. Deadline: April 17, 2020 by 4:00 p.m. - turn into the Guidance office.
Harrington Orthodontics is offering a $1,000 scholarship to any past or present Harrington Orthodontic patient. Come to the Guidance office for a sample data page and instructions for submitting to this scholarship. Deadline: April 13, 2020.
The Tim DeWitt HARVEST Education Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship establishes educational opportunities for students who wish to make a career in the RV and campground, manufactured housing or self-storage industry. Come to the Guidance office to receive more information on this scholarship along with the scholarship application. Deadline: April 3, 2020.
Lesley Bookout Scholarship
One $1,000 scholarship given to a graduating senior going into a program in the arts (performing, music, or media). The payment will be sent to the finance office of the college the student will be attending and may be used for books, tuition, or room and board. Deadline: April 10, 2020 - turn into the Guidance office.
Michigan Law Enforcement Youth Scholarship
One $3,000 scholarship and one $2,000 scholarship will be offered from the Michigan Law Enforcement Educational Fund, Inc. There are seven questions that will need to be answered using no more than a total of three (3) pages; include transcript; application form must be signed by an endorsing agency (sponsored by a local police chief or sheriff). Applications are available in Guidance. Deadline: April 15, 2020.
Niles Scream Park - Keith Shurte Memorial Fund Scholarship
One $500.00 scholarship offered by the Niles Scream Park. In addition to academic requirements, it requires the applicant to have donated 50 hours or more at the Niles Scream Park in the last two years in order to be eligible (hours are recorded at the Scream Park so no need to submit). Deadline: March 6, 2020 - turn into the Guidance office.
Brian Parker Memorial Scholarship
One $1,000 scholarship will be offered in memory of Brian Parker who lost his fight against leukemia. Brian's parents, Dick & Judy Parker, started the Brian Parker Committee to raise money to support cancer research. An annual Brian Parker Memorial Golf Tournament is held to benefit cancer research. As a result, the foundation has established the Brian Parker Memorial Scholarship to help support students who intend to pursue higher education or training in the oncology field. Deadline: April 17, 2020 by 4:00 p.m. - turn into the Guidance office.
Buchanan Scarecrow Committee Scholarship
Wonderful scholarship opportunities await you from the Scarecrow Charities Committee. Application Criteria: Must be a BHS graduating senior of 2020; must have a minimum 2.5 GPA; must be attending a certified college or university (include proof of acceptance); must have participated in Art or Music or community Service Projects; must have financial need; must have an interview with the committee; must include academic and character references from two people. Deadline: April 27, 2020 - turn into the Guidance office. The committee will conduct interviews on Tuesday, May 5, in the Guidance office.
Niles Noon Optimist Club Soccer Scholarship
The Optimist Soccer Organization is giving away two (2) $500.00 scholarships - one Soccer Scholarship with the following requirements: Letter of Acceptance to a college, university, or vocational school; minimum 2.0 GPA; must be a former Optimist Soccer player, coach or referee; an essay. The other is General Soccer Scholarship where you don't have to be a former Optimist Soccer play, coach or referee but meet the other requirements offered under the Soccer Scholarship guidelines. Deadline: March 1, 2020.
Buchanan Masonic Scholarship
Two $1,000 scholarships offered by the Masons of Buchanan Lodge 68. Applicant does not need to have any Masonic Affiliation. Applications and related documents must be submitted directly to the Buchanan Lodge 68 and must be received by April 15, 2020. Applicant instructions & applications are available in the Guidance office. Applicant may be called for an interview.
Rotary Track Scholarship
The St. Joseph/Benton Harbor Rotary Club is granting three (3) $2,000 scholarships to assist talented track athletes defray the cost of a college education. Eligibility: must be a senior enrolled in a Berrien County high school; a participant in either track or cross country this school year; 3.0 GPA; attend a junior or four-year college in the fall (participation in track or cross country NOT a requirement at that school); complete all the information requested. Come to Guidance to receive the scholarship information. Deadline: application and other required documents must be postmarked by April 6, 2020.
BUCHANAN AMERICAN LEGION POST #51 (3 different scholarships - APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE
American Legion Post #51
One $1,000 scholarship to a High School Senior with ties to the American Legion and Armed Forces Families will be offered. Deadline: April 23, 2020.
American Legion Women's Auxiliary Post #51
One $500.00 scholarship to a High School Senior with ties to the Buchanan American Legion and Armed Forces Families. Deadline: April 23, 2020.
Buchanan Sons of the American Legion Post #51
Two $250.00 scholarships to High School Seniors with ties to the American Legion and Armed Forces Families. Deadline: April 23, 2020.
NIles Service League
The Niles Service League has serviced the Buchanan, Brandywine, and Niles area since 1934. They assist with Meals on Wheels, Food Drives, Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army, Bloodmobile calls for the Red Cross, and much more. They are offering scholarships to graduates who plan on attending college or vocational/technical schools. Applicants will be selected based upon the following criteria: A minimum 3.25 GPA scholarship achievement (or 2.50 GPA for vocational/technical scholarships); the content and spirit of your essay; recommendations from school officials or community leaders; financial need. Deadline: April 3, 2020 - turn into the Guidance office.