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Financial Aid and Scholarship Information

 

Scholarships

In the 2018-2019 school year SCHS students were the recipients of over 20 local scholarships. It PAY$ to take the time to research scholarship opportunities and apply! The SCHS Counseling department will list current scholarships below. In addition, students should check the Scholarships tab in Naviance for many other opportunities based on specific criteria. Learn how to avoid scholarship scams.

Current Scholarships:

  1. PTSA Graduating Senior Scholarship, Due Feb. 1st

  2. The Jackie Robinson Foundation, Due Feb. 1st

  3. San Diego Foundation Community Scholarship program, (local) Due Feb. 5th

  4. James R. & Geraldine F. Bertelsen Scholarship (local), Due Feb. 5th

  5. San Diego County Salute to Education (local), Due Feb 14th

  6. The Dream U.S. National Scholarship, Due Feb. 27th

  7. American Chemical Society Scholars Program, Due March 1st

  8. Asian Pacific Fund Scholarship Program (multiple available), Due March 2nd

  9. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, Due March 3rd

  10. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Choir Grant, Due March 5th

  11. North County Italian Association Scholarship, Due March 7th

  12. Brian Graves Memorial Scholarship, Due. April 1st 

  13. Assistance League of North Coast Scholarship (local), Due April 1st

  14. Coastal Community Foundation Scholarships (local), Due April 1st

  15. Jan Boysen Scholarship (local), Due April 1st

*Please check Naviance for more information on available scholarships.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Checklist for Grades 9 through 12

Types of Financial Aid: Learn about the different funding sources to help pay for college.

FAFSA: The application opens October 1st and is due March 2nd! 

How to Fill Out the FAFSA Guide and FAFSA on the web (worksheet)

FAFSA Tips (Spanish)

California Dream Act: Financial Aid resources for Undocumented and Non-Resident Students.

Cal Grant: Students must complete a FAFSA before applying for a Cal Grant.

CSS Profile: In addition to the FAFSA, this form is required for certain institutions.

California Student Aid Commission (Cash 4 College): An overview of financial aid options for CA residents.

U.S. Department of Education: College Affordability and Transparency Center 

MALDEF Scholarship Resource Guide: informative resource guide with an extensive list of scholarships, including many that do not inquire about immigration status.