Scholarships

Applying for scholarships is a very important part of senior year. In addition to the possibility of getting college’s financial assistance and applying for financial aid, students should be proactive and search for additional scholarships from other sources.

 

Although the financial aid application process handled through the colleges will most likely yield the majority of financial assistance offered, it is important to look beyond what the colleges have in terms of available scholarships.

 

Senior Scholarship Application Process:

Complete the 2021 Scholarship Qualifier Survey and Scholarship Application here

 

This link helps the scholarship committee determine what scholarships you may be eligible for and is the application for consideration. 

 

If you do not complete this application, you will not be considered for Southeastern scholarships or toolships.

 

You will need to share this document with the committee at scholarships@sersd.org .

 

THIS IS A GOOGLE DOC. BE SURE TO MAKE A COPY FIRST, then save as “your name, Scholarship Application”  AND SHARE WITH scholarships@sersd.org

 

Additional scholarship resources:

In addition to the Southeastern scholarships, the Guidance Department has scholarship information available to graduating seniors. Guidance Counselors may post scholarship information on their Google Classroom sites and there are also online applications at the bottom of this page. When applying for any scholarship, be sure to fully complete the application, read all requirements and submit all documents by the stated deadline. Students should begin researching outside scholarship opportunities before senior year.  

 

A comprehensive list of national, regional and local scholarships can be found here: Scholarships 

 

As a resident of your city or town, seniors may be eligible for scholarships posted on the Guidance Department web sites of local high schools.

 

Community-based organizations, clubs, and groups provide scholarships. Check with any that you are involved with. Examples include your local Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Bureau, Elks Club (or similar type of membership organizations), or other community club or membership organization.

 

Religious Affiliations may have scholarships available for participating members.

 

Employers may offer scholarship programs for dependent children of employees. Human Resource Departments may good places to start at.

 

The U.S. Military is a provider of a number of scholarship programs. Check with a military recruiter and the following website:  usmilitary.com/military-scholarships

 

Scholarship Search Databases: If searching for scholarships online, know that it should never cost money to apply. Beware of organizations that charge a fee for a scholarship application. Scholarship search web sites to consider using: collegeboard.org, fastweb.com, myscholly.com, scholarships.com

 

Local libraries may have information on available scholarships.

 

Local scholarship applications which may not be posted online:

2021 Connecting Activities Scholarship

The American Legion -Post 7

Brockton Garden Club

BigSun Scholarship

Christian Herter Memorial (for sophomores and juniors)

Club Madeirense S.S. Sacramento Vocational Award

Colton Khoo Diversity Scholarship Fund

Corey Shea Memorial

Cranberry Educational Foundation

Easton Garden Club Scholarship

Eleanor W. Mortin Scholarship

FCA (Foxboro Cable Access) Scholarship

Foxboro VFW Post 2626 Scholarship, Foxboro VFW Post 2626 Scholarship Application

The Greatrex Scholarship Program

Helen and Blanche Stark Memorial Scholarship

Mansfield Democratic Town Committee – Charlene & Harrison Straley Memorial Scholarship

Marcus Urann Scholarship

Mark Bavis Leadership Foundation

MMAS

MRAEF

North Easton Savings Bank Scholarship

NRT of Easton Ruth E. Packard Scholarship

The NRT Leonard Flynn Environmental Scholarship

Old Colony YMCA Scholarship Opportunities

Ousamequin Club of Bridgewater

Pilgrim Foundation 

Plymouth Aero Club

Rebekah Assembly of Massachusetts

Rhomona M. Wells Memorial Scholarship

Scholarships360.org

Sharon Lions Club, Carroll Elfman Young Scholarship

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