A “scholarship” is gift aid, money that does not have to be paid back. These may be offered by schools, colleges, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits, communities, religious groups, professional and social organizations, and the United States Military.
Where to find scholarship opportunities:
1. Apply for Southeastern Scholarships and Toolships, links and instructions are below
2. Many local scholarships are listed at the bottom of this page.
3. Contact the high school Guidance Office in your home city/town. You may be eligible for
scholarships as a resident.
4. Scholarship search web sites to consider using: www.collegeboard.org, https://www.fastweb.com/,
5. The Southeastern Guidance Department created a scholarship listing:
6. Guidance Counselors may post scholarship information in their Google Classroom
Senior Scholarship Application Process:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org . THIS IS A GOOGLE DOC. BE SURE TO MAKE A COPY FIRST, then save as “your name, Scholarship Application” AND SHARE WITH email@example.com
Local scholarship applications which may not be posted online:
Christian Herter Memorial (for sophomores and juniors)