College Scholarships

    Exciting scholarship news...

    Everett School District has linked up many local scholarship applications via each student's Naviance account. 

    #1: Visit: https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=henrymjhs

    #2: Come visit the Career Center to find out more about available scholarships


    www.the WashBoard.org

    (A site every student in Washington should utilize!!)

    The Washington Scholarship Coalition has launched theWashBoard.org to make it easier for Washington students to efficiently find and apply for relevant scholarships. Free of cost for both students AND providers, theWashBoard.org matches scholarship seekers with scholarship providers.

    Designed to be a one-stop-site, theWashBoard.org is a free, student-centered, online clearinghouse for Washington students seeking college scholarships. This user-friendly site allows students to search and apply for verified scholarships that are specific to their academic interests, college or university, or other criteria. And it is advertising and spam-free.


    Scholarship Websites

    www.fastweb.com www.scholarships.com 

    www.questbridge.org    www.zinch.com

    Scholarships for African American Students:

    http://www.scholarshipworkshop.com/minority-student-scholarships.html, http://blackstudents.blacknews.com/



    Scholarships for minority students:




    Latino College Dollars- scholarships for Latino students:




    Scholarship advice - How to get college scholarships:




    The College Toolbox:



    Tips to finding scholarships...

    • Start now!!! Take the time to fill out the applications. Answer all questions asked. Type answers or write VERY nicely. Double check your work.
    • Attend the District Financial Aid Night or High School & Beyond Events to learn more.
    • Check the Counseling Center Webpage, log onto https://www.everettsd.org/domain/1464 or visit the Career Center to pick up available applications.
    • Never pay any money to get a scholarship or to attend a Financial Aid presentation - you shouldn't have to pay money to get money
    • Turn in scholarship applications BEFORE the due date
    • Ask your parent/guardian's work, your bank, your workplace, etc. if there are any scholarships available through their corporations
    • Complete the FAFSA as soon as, and as close to, October 1