Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH TOOLS

All Local Scholarships are listed in Naviance.  If you don’t have access to a Naviance Account, please see your Guidance Counselor.

https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection  Student can log into their Naviance account, click on the college tab, then scroll down and click on scholarship list

https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search: The Collegeboard scholarship database contains more than 2,300 scholarship opportunities, totaling nearly $3 billion dollars!

http://collegenet.com/elect/app/app  CollegeNET  operates a scholarship search engine and social network where students create topics, participate in discussions, and vote on scholarship winners.

http://www.fastweb.com/college-scholarships  Fastweb’s site indicates they currently have roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth $3.4 billion in their database.

http://www.scholarships.com/scholarship-search.aspx  Scholarships.com states that they are the largest free and independent scholarship search resource on the Internet, with more than 2.7 million scholarships worth a total of $19 billion in their database.

http://www.collegexpress.com/scholarships/search  CollegeXpress list thousand of scholarships with $7 billion.

http://www.letsgetready.org/Resources/Undocumented  Scholarship opportunities for undocumented students

http://www.doe.mass.edu/FamComm?Student?mastery.html Offers scholarships to be used at Massachusetts state colleges or universities for students who score at the Advanced level on the Grade 10 MCAS.  See website for details.

 

State Scholarships based on Exam Scores
 
John & Abigail Adams Scholarship– Students who qualify for the scholarship will receive award letters and further information in the fall of their senior year. They do not need to apply for this award. For more information please see this link: http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/adams.html
 
Stanley Z. Koplik Certificate of Mastery– If a student did not qualify for the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship, they may qualify for the Koplik Scholarship. An application is required by the student, and must be submitted to the High School Guidance Office no later than April 15th
Initial qualification for the Certificate of Mastery, requires that a student score “Advanced” on at least one grade 10 MCAS test subject, and score “Proficient” on the remaining sections of the grade 10 MCAS.

To Receive the Certificate of Mastery, students must fulfill additional requirements through one of the combinations listed below:

  • 2 AP exams with scores of 3 or better;
  • 2 SAT II exams (Minimum score dependent upon subject area. Scores are listed on the Koplik application);
  • 1 SAT II exam and 1 AP exam; or
  • 1 SAT II exam and 1 other achievement; or
  • 1 AP exam and 1 other achievement.

Please Note: Test scores and/or academic achievements May Not be in the same Content area.Please see this link for more information and to obtain the applicationhttp://www.doe.mass.edu/FamComm/Student/mastery.html