Thursday, April 5, 2018

Sabre STEM Scholarship

Application due date: May 1, 2018



Sabre STEM Scholarship Program The Sabre Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Scholarship is designed to support graduating high school seniors planning to further their education in one of the STEM disciplines. Through the STEM scholarship program, Sabre is doing its part to help build a competitive workforce of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians in order to sustain our growing global economy and to meet the increasing demands of the 21st century.

Sabre will award four (4) $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to high school seniors that meet


For further information please visit our website: http://www.sabresystems.com/about/corporate-giving under the Science, Technology, Education, Mathematics (STEM) Education section.  The website includes the attached documents that we ask you to post in a location at your school where students can be made aware.

Calvert Education Association

Deadline for this scholarship is: April 26, 2018 -Due to your counselor


A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a senior graduating from  CCPS who is committed to pursuing a career in elementary or secondary education.

An essay of no more than 250 words describing the candidate's commitment to becoming a teacher is required as well as a transcript, a copy of the letter of acceptance from the college. Also, a statement of financial need.

Pick up an application in the scholarship drawer in the guidance office.

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society Epsilon Chapter

Deadline: May 1, 2018

This scholarship is being offered to a student who is planning on attending a Maryland state school and pursing a career in the field of education.

Two letters of recommendations required as well as a transcript.

$1000.00 for the winner
$700.00 for the alternate

Pick up an application in the scholarship drawer located in the guidance career/college room.

Beach Elementary PTA

Deadline for this application is May 15, 2018



Beach Elementary  School PTA  will offer a $500.00 scholarship to a student who attended Beach Elementary School.

Applications will be evaluated on the basis of the students' academic achievement, extra-curricular activities, community involvement and an essay.



Please pick up an application in the scholarship drawer in the seminar room in guidance.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

DUE DATE CHANGE FOR SENATORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

There has been an extension to the due date for the Senatorial Scholarship. The new due date is April 15th. If you have now decided to attend an college in the state of Maryland, this is a scholarship you should not pass up!

Applications are in the scholarship drawer in the Guidance office.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Redefining Ready! National Scholarship 2018 Contest

Ending Soon!!!
The Redefining Ready! National Scholarship 2018 lets America’s graduating high school seniors tell the world how they are college, career, and life ready beyond a single test score. Examples include completion of an internship, AP or dual credit classes while in high school, near-perfect attendance, or participation in clubs, sports, and school activities.

Prizes:
  • One (1) National First Place Winner ($5000)
  • One (1) National Runner-Up ($2500)
  • Seven (7) Regional Winners, representing each AASA region ($2000)
  • Seven (7) Regional Runner-Ups, representing each AASA region ($1000)
Deadline: See website for count down to deadline   https://www.redefiningready.org/national-scholarship/


The story must be told via a 30 sec video posted on YouTube and shared on Twitter by using the hashtag #RedefiningReady and tagging @AASAHQ and @Hobsons.

National Organization of Concerned Black Men

This is a $1000 scholarship awarded to African American students who have a minimum 2.0 or better GPA over the last two (2) years of high school.  This scholarship can be renewed if the student maintains a "B" average during freshman year of college.

Applicants must provide letter(s) of acceptance; three (3) letters of recommendation (2 academic and 1 community); high school resume; brief essay; a wallet sized picture and a high school transcript.

Criteria for Selection:

1. Financial/economic need
2. Character and Conduct
3. Participation in school and community Activities
4. Attributes in school and community activities
5. Academic Achievements
 6.Goals and objectives of the student
7. Responsibility