• Career Center Specialist & Volunteer Coordinator:  Jana Nelson

     

    Scholarship Tips

    • Many students don’t realize there are millions of dollars in scholarships available each year, but you must locate and apply for them.
    • Start early. Many students should start researching during their junior year of high school.
    • Take a chance. Don’t assume you will not qualify for a particular scholarship.
    • Fill out the FAFSA after January 1st. You will need to fill this out to qualify for need based scholarships.
    • Attend Financial Aid Night here at LHS.  Usually it is sometime in January or February.
    • Check with the Financial Aid office of the college you will be attending.

     

    Scholarship List

    • Access the spreadsheet here.
    • Scholarships will be updated TWICE a month.
    • Decide which scholarships you would like to apply for and pick up applications in the Career Center or inquire online.
    • There are many scholarships not printed on this list. Other scholarship Web sites are available in the Career Center.
    • Pick up a copy of an updated scholarship list in the Career Center.

     

    Each Spring