Financial Aid and Scholarships
- April 2022 SCHOLARSHIP NEWSLETTER.docx (58.1 KBs)
- L3Harris senior-merit-scholarship-application.pdf (54.9 KBs)
- Embassy of Hope Scholarship.pdf (340.2 KBs)
- Peabody Auditiorium Foundation Scholarship.pdf (103.4 KBs)
- William Harvey Scholarship Application.pdf (972.8 KBs)
- American Muslim Alliance of Florida Inc. Scholarship.pdf (319.0 KBs)
- The Xyrus Zelaya Memorial Scholarship Application_2021-2022.pdf (1.5 MBs)
- Salvatore Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship (002).pdf (203.4 KBs)
- The Orange City Sorosis Club 2022 scholarship.pdf (102.7 KBs)
- Florence Walker Scholarship.pdf (187.3 KBs)
- National Hook-Up of Black Women Inc. Scholarship.pdf (268.2 KBs)
- Sia Yorker Medical or Science Scholarship Foundation.docx (21.4 KBs)
- Orange City Blue Spring Manatee Festival scholarship.pdf (51.0 KBs)
There are scholarships avaialable for ALL grade levels!! Please view the newsletter to see applicable scholarships and apply!! It is never too early to start securing funds for post-graduation education.
Florida Lags in FAFSA Completion
" An estimated 59% of all Florida high school seniors qualified for Pell Grants, the 3rd highest in the nation. But despite the high number of Pell-eligible students, Florida ranks 35th in the nation for FAFSA completion. Last year, a little over 50% of Florida’s public-school students had completed the FAFSA by June 30, 2019.
According to FCAN estimates, high school graduates in Florida leave behind over $100 million in Pell Grants each year because they do not complete the form." (FCAN)
OCTOBER 1st - open registration for FFAA (Bright Futures) and FAFSA!!!!!!! Apply sooner than later! Check out this news article regarding FAFSA mistakes that can negatively affect your financial aid .
TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID
LOANS - GRANTS - WORKSTUDY
FFAA (BRIGHT FUTURES)
Bright Futures Information
HOW TO FILL OUT FAFSA
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
TYPES OF AID
FLORIDA AND FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID SITES
Florida Financial Aid Application (Bright Futures)- The State's home page for the Bright Futures Scholarship. Here you will find important information regarding the process of applying for, receiving, and maintaining a Bright Futures Scholarship. This web site provides students, parents, high schools, post-secondary professionals and the public access to student financial aid program information. In addition, visitors can view application requirements and procedures as well as monitor award status.
FSA ID - Create this before completing the FAFSA. Your FSA ID is used to confirm your identity when accessing your financial aid information and electronically signing your federal student aid documents. Students, parents, and borrowers are required to use an FSA ID, made up of a username and password, to access certain U.S. Department of Education online systems.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - Receive and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA is used to determine eligibility for aid programs such as Pell Grant, Direct Loans, and Work Study.
The P.E.O. Star Scholarship was established in 2009 to provide a non-renewable, $2,500.00 scholarship for exceptional high school senior women to attend an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the United States or Canada in the next academic year. Selection is based on evaluation of the published criteria. Application is an on-line submission during the Fall semester and requires recommendation by a P.E.O. Chapter. Additional information is available in the Counseling Office and at www.peointernational.org, P.E.O. Projects/Philanthropies tab, P.E.O. Star Scholarship.
FINANCIAL AID SEARCH ENGINES
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