Scholarships and College Information
Mark Your Calendars!
PNACAC College Fair on Saturday, April 29, 2017 | 12 - 3pm at Seattle University
Students and Parents:
PNACAC fairs are free and open to the public. No fee is necessary for students, family members or guidance counselors to attend. Students are encouraged to visit gotocollegefairs.com
prior to the fair. After entering their information on the website, students can print a barcode that can be scanned by the college representatives of their choice. Put an end to filling out info cards at every table!
More information regarding the PNACAC College Fair can be found at: pnacac.org/college-fairs
PNACAC College Fair Flyer
March College Visits | BHS Counseling Center
Monday, March 27 11:00 am | Seattle Pacific University | BHS Counseling Center
will be available again this year to Seattle Public High School graduates. The scholarships are available to graduating seniors of Seattle Public High Schools who will be attending publicly funded institutions of higher learning within the state of Washington, including junior colleges. Scholarship awards are based on (1) high school scholastic achievement, (2) financial need of the student, and (3) recommendations of teachers and community leaders as to the student’s participation in school and outside activities. The Selection Committee has discretion to determine the number of recipients and the amounts awarded. The completed application must be postmarked or faxed by April 30, 2017
(please do not e-mail any applications). Carkeek Scholarship Application
The Foster Young Women’s Leadership Summit
is a three and a half day overnight program (July 9-12) at UW Seattle campus for high school sophomores and juniors interested in business. Located in the Foster School of Business, young women in this program will learn professionalism and what to expect in a college business setting.
Over the course of the program, students will interact with faculty, alumni, and employers in the areas of finance, operations and supply chain management, and information systems, while learning about the different fields of business they can study and careers they can pursue. Deadline is Monday, March 20th at 10:00am.
3.5 GPA minimum. Application available at: http://tinyurl.com/FosterWLS2017
Seniors applying to Shoreline College
| The Annual Scholarships applications are available online at http://www.shoreline.edu/foundation/scholarships.aspx
. Applications must be completed and submitted through our online portal by Friday, March 31, 2017 by 11:59 p.m
2017 Seattle Chapter of Links Scholarship Application for African American high school students in the Greater Seattle area. Deadline for application is April 14, 2017
“Sub Pop’s 2017 Loser Scholar Scholarship”
Sub Pop Records in Seattle, WA is offering a grand total of $15,000 worth of college scholarship money to three eligible high school seniors. There are three scholarships—one for $7,000, one for $5,000 and one for $3,000. As longtime and proud losers ourselves, we’re exceedingly happy to be able, in some small way, to help further the education of art-enthused misfits from the NW. Applicants must be a resident of Washington or Oregon, and a graduating senior on your way to full-time enrollment at an accredited university or college. We are looking for applicants who are involved and/or interested in music and/or the creative arts in some way. However, you do not need to be pursuing an education in the arts.
To apply you must submit an essay, one page or less, using any combination of the following questions as a guide (or write something completely your own, be inspired and creative!). Please list the school you are graduating from and the school you plan to attend in the fall at the top of your essay along with your contact information. Deadline is March 22, 2017
| Sub Pop's Loser Scholar Scholarship Application
Seattle WSPE Scholarship Application
This is an application for a Theodore O Wright Memorial Scholarship, awarded by the Seattle Chapter of the Washington Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE) to a college freshman engineering students entering an ABET accredited program. Due May 1, 2017
Update! Ballard Seniors
You are making progress towards all of you completing the FAFSA (fafsa.gov)
but several of you still have NOT! 56.5% of you have completed it…this is still less than the amount of seniors who have completed it at Roosevelt and Garfield.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid must be completed by EVERY student
who intends to apply to ANY college/university. You can complete it at https://fafsa.ed.gov/
and will need information from your parents. If you have any questions come see Ms. Flanagan
in the Counseling Center between 9-1 each day. Each college has a finite amount of financial aid- you want to submit your financial aid documents NOW
so that you can get some of that aid.
Most of the large Washington public universities have priority Financial Aid deadlines of 1/31 and 2/1 (University of Washington was on 1/15!).
This means that in order to get the most financial aid possible, you need to complete and submit your FAFSA before those dates.
For a full list of deadlines, look at the FAFSA thermometer outside the main office. See Ms. Flanagan in the Counseling Center with questions.
FAFSA Application Information
On September 14, 2015, significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process were announced that will affect millions of students. You can read more and get the link to the online application on the Federal Student Aid website.
Visit the SPS website for more info | 2016-17 Seattle Financial Aid Information Sessions
SPS Scholarship Bulletin - March 2017
BHS Scholarship Bulletin - March 2017
Seniors take a look at the Collegewise 2016-17 Guide to Completing the CommonApp
. It is a good resource for students when completing the Common Application. It's free, from the college admissions information website Collegewise.