2022-2023 Local Scholarship Program

  • The Local Scholarship Program for seniors will open on February 1, 2024. In preparation, please make a Washboard.org profile now and check out last year's list of scholarships. Some of the scholarships listed may not be available again this year and some new scholarships will be added.  2022-23 List of Local Scholarships that were available..

    The Snohomish Education Foundation, along with the SHS, GPHS and AIM College and Career Centers, manage this scholarship program. This scholarship program usually offers 80+ scholarships from donors to either SHS, GP, AIM or all three schools. In the past, this scholarship was a notebook program and each senior applying had to complete a notebook to apply. Three years ago, we changed the process and moved it to the Washboard.org.

    How to sign up for the Local Scholarship Program:

    1. Go to the Washboard.org website and "Register Today" as a "Seeker Registration".
    2. Fill out a "Profile". The Local Scholarship Program requires that only some of the profile sections be completed. Here is the list of items that need to be completed.
    3. Make sure to attach any letters of recommendation or transcript (request to get an emailed unofficial transcript sent to you. Make sure it includes the first semester grades.) 
    4. Once the profile is complete, click on the "My Matches" tab or the "All matches" tab on the page to see which scholarships you are matched with. 
    5. The "Local Scholarship Program" scholarships will not be available to apply for until February 2024, but please make your profile now and update it in February.
    6. In February, scholarships can be filtered by putting in "SEF" or "Snohomish Education Foundation" or "LSP" in the search box at the top of the page. To see all the Local Scholarships, click on "Active Scholarships" and search SEF.
    7. At this point, you can now apply to any of the other scholarships listed. Click on "Apply" and the application page will come up.
    8. Make sure to fill in all the questions that have an orange * asterisk on them. Most of the information will be automatically transferred from your profile pages onto the application.
    9. Some applications will list additional questions, letters of recommendation or essays to fill out or write. These will be listed on the top page of the individual application. 
    10. When you are done applying and have attached a transcript or other required materials, then click "Submit"! (once you click "submit", you can not access the application again! So make sure you are done with the application)

    **For a list of all Local Scholarship Program scholarships that are available, please view the document below. Also below you will find a detailed directions sheet, explaining how to apply for the Local Scholarship Program. Please contact Mrs. Stapleton in the College & Career Center with any questions.

    Scholarships for Grades 9-12

    The Washboard.org is a scholarship clearing house, so after a student makes a profile, they will be matched with a number of scholarships. All grade levels can create a WashBoard account. There are scholarships for 9-11 grades available outside of the Local Scholarship Program. Students should continue to update their profiles and check back for new scholarships. By filling out a profile, you will not only be applying for the Local Scholarship Program as a senior, but you will be matched to all the other scholarships that they offer. Good luck! 

    *The Snohomish Education Foundation reserves the right to update or pull individual scholarships based on donor funding.

    Step-by-step direction options on how to make a "Profile" and "Apply" for the Local Scholarship Program scholarships on the Washboard.org:

    View the list of scholarships offered in 2023 and their criteria below!