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    SPS & BHS Scholarship Bulletins and Notices

    Review the published Seattle Public Schools Scholarship Bulletin opportunities as well as the posted scholarship information listed below. Students remember to check out theCareer and College Opportunities Bulletin Board in the school hallway outside the Counseling Center and visit this page OFTEN for the most current scholarship information.

    New! Visit the SPS Website for a listing of College Preparation and Informational Events.



    SPS Scholarship Bulletin

    The Seattle Public Schools (SPS) Bulletin shows scholarships with upcoming due dates. A full comprehensive scholarship list, with due dates beyond, can be found on Naviance: An Online College and Career Planning Tool.

    View The SPS Scholarship Bulletin


    BHS Scholarship Bulletin

    New! Ballard Elks Scholarship

    Due Date: November 5, 2019

    Grades: High School Seniors (Don't need to be related to Elks member to qualify)

    Description: The Ballard Elks Lodge is proud to award three local young women and three local young men with $1,000.00 each to be used towards college tuition. Applicants may also advance and be considered for state and National Elks scholarships. Be sure to select “Ballard Elks” during the application process.

    More Info/Apply: elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm 


    New! Seniors: Are you applying to WSU?

    BHS gets to nominate two outstanding, high-achieving and motivated high school seniors for the Washington State University Regents Scholars program which offers $4,000 per academic year for four years. Those two students will then compete for the Distinguished Regents Scholars Award, which covers full tuition and fees for four years, approximately $42,000. Please talk to your school counselor by October 11th if you’d like to be considered for this scholarship.


    RESOURCES

    Financial Aid Night at Ballard High School

    Do you have questions about how to pay for college? What about the Seattle Promise scholarship? Who should fill out the FAFSA? What is Expected Family Contribution? All these questions and more will be covered at Financial Aid Night at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8in the Performing Arts Center (PAC). Parents/Guardians from all grade levels especially Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to attend! Note:There will be a Spanish interpreter for Financial Aid Night as well! For more information contact BHS School Counselor: Gail Olson Laing at gsolsonlaing@seattleschools.org 


    More Events

    Visit the SPS Website for a listing of more College Preparation Events. 

    Visit the Seattle Public Library website for a listing of events there as well "Paying for College: Get help falling out your FAFSA/WASFA applications" at different locations and times. 


    View the Parent's Guide to Filling Out the FAFSA Form for helpful tips! 

    To avoid making some common mistakes view the 11 Common FAFSA Mistakes Info.

    Visit the Ballard HS College Visits page for on-site Ballard HS College Visits as well as College fairs and events.


    Paying For Collage & FAFSA Application Info | Keep up to date with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process by visiting the Federal Student Aid website.   

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