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Weekly Scholarship Bulletin
Scholarships available to Students. Additional information is available in Room 180, the College and Career Center.  Further information on criteria and eligibility is available on websites for each scholarship.
​Please note:  All applications for financial assistance programs, i.e. student loans, work compensation, grants, scholarships, special funds, subsidies, prizes, etc., will be considered by Lake Washington High School without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, or disability.
 

 Scholarship Information

 
Postmark/
Deadline
Grade Level
Scholarship
Criteria/Eligibility
Varies
 
Varies
Oct 1, Jan. 1, Apr. 1, Jul. 1
Any
Opportunity for new and amateur writers of new short stories or novelettes of science fiction or fantasy.
Oct 1, Jan. 1, Apr. 1, Jul. 1
Any
Enter Science Fiction and Fantasy Art
No Deadline
12
2.0+ GPA, Essay Describing a Special Talent.
No
Deadline
12
Take Quizzes, Points add up, You are awarded scholarship money.
June 11
12
Pursue an education in early childhood education.
June 14
12
500 – 1,000 word essay. Topic: Every generation faces new challenges and new problems. What do you think is the biggest difference between your generation and older generations? How do you think these differences will affect the future of our country and/or your career choice?
June 14
12
Must attend Gene Juarez Academy.
June 15
12
3.0+ GPA, Write a 500 word essay explaining how your college experience is or will be enabled by remarkable frugality, ingenuity, effort or thrift.
June 15
12
Attend college next year, Submit story, 2.5+GPA
June 16
12
Students who are homeless or have experienced homelessness during their K-12 education, and who have demonstrated average or above average academic achievement.
June 19
Not Listed
Run a financial education workshop for your friends and you'll be entered to win a $7,500 scholarship.
June 20
12
Athlete, Short Essay Topic: What has your participation in sports affected who you are and how you relate to others? Include the affects on personal relations with peers and others.
June 20
Age 16 – 21
Create a 25 – 55 Second Video on Driver Safety.
June 30
12
Major in Communications.  Short Essay
June 30
12
Sincere interest in going into the automotive industry. 3.0+GPA.
June 30
12
3.0+ GPA, Attend College next fall, Essay.
 June 30
12
500 word essay on banking.
July 1
12
Attend Northwest Renewable Energy Institute. Guaranteed Scholarship.  Please see Mrs. Madsen for Scholarship.
July 15
12
Students who are pursuing or wishing to pursue the academic study of the science of parapsychology.
Aug. 31
12
Attend College/University, 3.0+GPA 
1000 word essay. Outline at least 3 ways Physical Therapy can make a difference in an individuals’ ability to live an active,
healthy lifestyle.
Oct. 6
12
Character, Essay: “When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What people, things and accomplishments do you need?”
Nov. 1
9-12
The theme for 2014-2015 is: "Why Veterans are Important to our Nation's History and Future" Students should record their reading of the draft to a CD. The recording can be no shorter than 3 minutes and no longer than 5 minutes (plus or minus 5 seconds).
Dec. 1
12
USBC Youth Member, 3.0+GPA
Dec. 1
11, 12
USBC Youth Member, 3.0+GPA
Dec. 1
9-12
USBC Youth Member, 2.5+GPA, Financial Need.
Dec. 14
12
Essay
Dec. 31
12
Enrolled in Nursing School, Medical School, Pharmacy School, Dental School, Respiratory Therapy Program, Paramedic Program, EMT Program, 500 – 1,000 Word Essay.
Feb. 18
9-12
Create a greeting card.
 
Awarded Monthly
 
12
$1,000
Sussle collects the best content by topic.  No application or essay.  Just contribute knowledge about stuff you already know. The Sussle Scholarship is awarded monthly.  It begins and ends every calendar month.  Start early to improve your chances.
Awarded Monthly
12
You may apply for this scholarship if your college has a fitness center that students can use.
 
Awarded Monthly
 
12
$500
Alert is proud to award a $500 college scholarship with each edition of the magazine published. The scholarship is awarded to the writer of the best drug and/or alcohol abuse-related essay in each region. Please see the scholarship section for more information, specific requirements, and to read winning scholarship essays from previous editions.
Awarded Monthly
9-12
Take a quiz, show us what you know, win scholarships. It's that easy! At CKSF there are no essays, no applications, and no GPA requirements
Awarded Monthly
12
Essay, Financial Need, Academic Achievement
 

 

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