Higher education costs are at an all-time high, and landing the right scholarship could be the difference between graduating debt-free or paying off loans for years and years.
Unlike a loan, a scholarship does not need to be repaid. It is a gift. Scholarships are granted by a variety of entities, like schools, private endowments, businesses, religious organizations, nonprofits, the government, and professional associations. There are thousands of scholarships available to undergrad and graduate students throughout the country. Below are some resources to help you find scholarships.
The College Scholarship Guide
Fastweb Scholarship Search
Student Scholarship Search
Local Scholarship Opportunities
P.J Jack and Effie Riedesel Scholarship Renewable Form
P.J Jack and Effie Riedesel Scholarship
MFA Foundation Scholarship
Polk County Mutual Insurance Scholarship
Sawyer Scholarship Application
Bobby Higginbotham Memorial Basketball Scholarship
Carl and Anna C Carson Memorial Scholarship
Fair Play Teacher's Scholarship
Leo and Helen Saye Memorial Scholarship
Fair Play Metal Scholarship
Jesse and Elsie Lower Memorial Scholarship
Fair Play Alumni Association Scholarship
Bruce Hopkins Memorial Scholarship
Cecilia Gibson FFA Scholarship
Protect the Farm Scholarship
Missouri Association Mutual Insurance Companies
Currently open scholarships are listed in the Counselor's Monthly Newsletter and in the bulletin.
This site will be used for LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS only which will open late February or early March.
If you have any questions, please check with Mrs. Garrison.