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Scholarship Letters of Recommendation: Please give at least two weeks’ notice when requesting any letters of recommendation, and if you specifically want a counselor recommendation, submit the yellow Scholarship Recommendation Request form, which is available in the counseling center and in the career center.

Ten $20,000 to $50,000 scholarships awarded annually for 4 years. Covers the full “educational expenses” at recipient’s chosen college. Minimum GPA 3.7. Merit-based. Early application deadline in May for Juniors; final deadline in September for Seniors. See website.

Two $500 awards to children, granchildren and other qualifying relatives of Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA) members. Qualifying member must be active and in good standing with OSEA Chapter 1. Requires transcripts, resume and essay.

Six $1,000 awards to Oregon students for creating a video expressing #GRADitudeOR toward someone who has helped you stay ontrack for high school graduation.Videos are two minutes in length, or less. Sponsored by the Oregon School Board Assocation, this contest awards scholarships weekly through May 26.

$12,000 in awards to Lane County students pursuing forestry or agriculture related programs, or children/grandchildren of a current LCFB member. Students demonstrating involvement in these fields recieve priority consideration. Examples include coursework, 4-H or FFA activities, participation in county fairs, involvement with farms/ranches and/or volunteer or work related to forestry or agriculture. Criteria includes field of study, academic standing, and initiative. Finalists may be interviewed. Resume and personal statement required.

One $1,000 and one $500 award to males enrolling at OSU who have demonstrated commitment to scholastics, community involvement and leadership. Membership in Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity is not required. Applicants will be interviewed. One letter of recommendation and official transcripts are required, in addition to the application.

Near FREE tuition to Oregon students attending an Oregon Community College. Oregon Promise grants support students with a minimum GPA of 2.5 and maximum Estimated Family Contribution (from FAFSA filing) of $20,000. Undocumented students are welcome to apply.

Up to $2500 awards to students with plans to enroll at a community college to pursue and complete a career or technical program. Must demonstrate critical financial need (Pell grant eligible) and be involved in community service. Minimum 2.0 GPA.

Five $1,000 scholarships to SEHS students interested in attending a participating career college. Broad program offerings range from medical, dental and office assistant to HVAC, web-design and electrician/plumbing apprentice. See Lori if interested in applying.

$1000 award for a student with minimum 3.0 GPA. Open to all majors. Please note: the online application asks for school of enrollment and college student ID#. Enter “college pending” for school, and use high school ID# if you haven’t yet chosen a college. Essay and cover letter required.

Admission and full four-year scholarships to the nation’s most selective colleges for outstanding low-income high school seniors. Covers tuition and room and board at a top-tier university. For students of families earning less than $65,000/year for a family of four.