The University – Most scholarship money will come from the college or university you plan to attend based on your ACT/SAT and GPA. This is called "merit" aid. Applying as early as possible will ensure that students qualify for all "automatic considerations" in regards to scholarship. Once a student is accepted and decides on a college, students should check in with the school’s Financial Aid office for any other specific department-related or need-related scholarships.
Local Scholarships - A list of all local scholarship opportunities that the Counseling Office is aware of are posted to Naviance. You can find the list in the Colleges tab under "scholarship list". You can also apply for close to 50 local scholarships through completion of the Common Local Scholarship Application in February of your senior year. Please see Mrs. Czech for more information.
National scholarship reference guides – These can found in the Counseling Office, or check out resources at the Way Public Library.
Other helpful national scholarship links: