Other Scholarships in PDF or DOC format
Mens Club Scholarship – (CHS Graduates). $300 during 2nd & 4th semester of college. Due January 15th, 2016.
Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship – (Seniors) Various $ Amount Awared. Due December 15, 2015. Must be mailed so send by December 11, 2015.
VFW Patriots Pen Scholarship – (6th, 7th, & 8th Grade) $5,000 Grand Prize. Due November 1, 2015.
VFW Voice of Democracy Scholarship – (9th – 12th Grade) $30, 000 Grand Prize. Due November 1, 2015.
Your final year of high school is an exciting time full of decisions to make, classes to pass, activities to attend, and deadlines to meet. The purpose of this site is to provide information to help you and your parents prepare for the choices and events facing you at this time.
You are going to spend lots of time and energy planning your future, so you will want to be sure that you are making the best choices. The personal goals you set today will have a long-range impact on your future.
There are many opportunities and questions at this turning point in your life. Take advantage of the information here and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Congratulations! Have a fabulous and successful senior year!!
SENIOR CHECKLIST TO HELP YOU STAY ORGANIZED FOR YOUR SENIOR YEAR. DOWNLOAD AND USE IT TODAY!!!
Senior Checklist – (<— Click link to download)
If you’re a male U.S. citizen, age 18 through 25, and are living INSIDE the United States or its territories, or if you have an APO/FPO address, you can register with Selective Service by filling out the form below and clicking on “Submit Registration.”
If you are an immigrant male (documented or undocumented) living in the United States, age 18 through 25, you are required to register. You may submit your registration to the Selective Service by filling out the form above and clicking on “Submit Registration.” Non-immigrant males living in the United States on a valid visa are NOT required to register.
If you are unable to register online, or you receive an error message, you will be directed to a registration form which you may print out, complete, sign, and mail to the Selective Service System.
EARLY SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION: Now, if you are a man who is at least 17 years and 3 months old, you may complete this form to submit your registration information. The information will be held on file and processed automatically when you are within 30 days of your 18th birthday, at which time we will mail confirmation to you.
This service is operational seven days a week. It is not available when system maintenance is scheduled from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m., U.S. Central Time, Tuesday through Saturday. Please read this warning statement about false registration.
If you haven’t already, now is the time to be selecting schools to which you would like to apply. Some more competitive schools will require earlier applications than others, for acceptance. Check the university or college’s Admissions page for detailed information regarding applications timelines and requirements.
Also, to assist with paying for any additional training, this is a good time to sign up for one of the national scholarship search engines, such as FastWeb, as well as keeping an eye on this page for information on other possible scholarships.
Check this homepage often to learn of new scholarships that come available. They will be posted here in the very near future. Also, for current and upcoming scholarships, follow the “Scholarships” tab or sidebar menu to see general scholarship timeframes, requirements, & links to additional information and/or online applications.
Websites which can help you in Finding money
Based on previous student recommendation, FASTWEB.COM is still the number one choice for finding scholarship, however, another site SCHOLARSHIPS.COM which has yet to be tested appears to have over 2.7 million scholarships and grants available, worth over $19 Billion!! It is highly recommended that you register for this website, as well as FASTWEB. Scholarships will be sent to your email based on a number of criteria you provide them (GPA, Intended Major, Religion, Race, etc etc). The information you provide is voluntary, however, the more specific the information you provide, the more likely you are to receive scholarships that match you.
College/University Financial Aid Webpage(s)
Another great resourse for securing scholarships is to visit the Financial Aid webpage for the colleges/universities to which you’ve applied. You should always take advantage of the scholarships offered by the institutions you plan to attend. Their “Financial Aid” website is generally very easy to find. For example, if you want to find Boise State’s Financial Aid website… go to “GOOGLE”, and type in: BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL AID. Once there, look for the word “SCHOLARSHIPS”.