Scholarship Information

Scholarship Opportunities Available Now!

The following are scholarships that Amelia County High School has received from outside organizations that offer great opportunities to our students. 

Check out these awesome scholarship opportunities that are available now!

*Due dates will vary for each scholarship. Pay attention to the deadlines.

Lee-Jackson Foundation Scholarship

Available to Juniors and Seniors of Amelia County High School!
Check out the website for more information: Lee-Jackson Foundation


Voice of Democracy

Available to Juniors & Seniors!

Voice of Democracy Entry Form Fillable (1).pdf


Horatio Alger Association Scholarship


2018-2019 Local Scholarships

Local Scholarships will become available after Winter Break. The School Counseling Department will be sending home more information to seniors about the many local scholarship opportunities in mid-January. We encourage all of you to apply for as many as possible. Please check back in January for an updated list of available scholarships!


**Local Scholarships will be available to all current seniors in the counseling office**


National Scholarships



You can start working on national scholarships as early as the summer. These scholarships are extremely competitive and should be completed with the up-most

 care. If you feel like you will need lots of scholarship money, national scholarships are a great way to start.



Helpful Websites:

Sallie Mae Scholarship Search

https://www.salliemae.com/plan-for-college/scholarships/scholarship-search/

American Indian College Fund

http://www.collegefund.org/

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

https://hsf.net/

United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

http://www.uncf.org/

Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund

http://www.apiasf.org/


Federal Student Aid

https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/



Other

http://www.fastweb.com/

http://www.finaid.org/

https://www.scholarships.com/

https://www.collegegreenlight.com/


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Students see phrases such as "come for a free seminar", "we'll do all the work for you", etc.

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