• Please use the links on the right under Scholarship and Financial aid information.  Please see the Career Center with any questions or assistance.

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  • Where Should I Look for a Scholarship?

    Start with these top suggestions (in no particular order):

    • Local Scholarship Notebook (opens in December see Local Scholarship Notebook tab for last year’s scholarships and their requirements)
    • washboard.org. A scholarship matching search engine for Washington residents.
    • The institution you will be applying to or attending. All schools have a financial aid/scholarship tab on their website please ask for help in the Career Center if you have trouble finding it.  There are scholarships for applying, visiting, GPA, etc.
    • Your employer/parents’ employer (including any clubs or organizations you or they belong to).
    • National Search Engine such as big future.com, fastweb.com, scholarship.com
    • GPHS College and Career Center website for specific scholarships sorted by deadline month and links to other scholarship search engines.

    Helpful tips:  Any of the scholarship search engines will require you to check back frequently for new scholarships.  When you search, if you are not returning a lot of scholarships reevaluate the search criteria you entered.

    FAFSA opens October 1, 2019!  You cannot receive financial aid if you don’t apply!

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