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    Wise planning, excellent organization, good research, quality applications, and dedication to pursuing your college education all contribute to you obtaining the funds you will need to attend college. 

      

     

     

    The LCPS Scholarship Information page is a wonderful resource open to all LCPS students and parents.  The Financial Aid and Scholarship Information links are regularly updated and offer a wealth of information.

     

    Use a scholarship tracking spreadsheet to keep track of all of the scholarships that you are applying for each year.  Click here for spreadsheet. 

     

      


     
     
    How to Apply for Scholarships:
     
    • Mr. Newkirk in the Career Center is the main contact for scholarships.

    • Bookmark the THS Scholarship Information page. Check this page often for new scholarships and to search for external scholarships: https://www.lcps.org/Page/200583.

    • Read the scholarship requirements and only select scholarships for which you qualify.

    • Fill out the information requested on the scholarship application neatly and completely and make sure to proofread it.

    • Submit the completed scholarship application with any other documents that are required prior to the due date.

    • Make sure to pay attention to the scholarship deadline. If it is not an online application find out where you are supposed to submit the scholarship application. (Some are returned to Mr. Newkirk and some are mailed directly from you).

    • Scholarship applications require a copy of your transcript. To request your transcript, pick up a copy of the Transcript Request Form in the School Counseling Office or download the Scholarship Request form from our Transcript page: https://www.lcps.org/Page/199504. After completing your signed request form, please turn it into Mrs. Vocke in the School Counseling Office for processing.

     

     

    Additional Scholarship Resources:

     

    Scholarships360 - Scholarship opportunities for students

     

    http://scholarships.com

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Council of Independant Colleges in Virginia - This site will explain how to apply for the TAG (Tuition Assistance Grant) for private colleges in Virginia.
     
    eduprep.com: Test prep, college searches, financial aid
     
    College Savings Plans Network: Provides information about state-sponsored college savings programs
     
Last Modified on October 7, 2019