Scholarship Information for 2018-2019
A calendar of upcoming college scholarship application opening dates and deadlines can be found at the bottom of this page and under Academics/Guidance Office/Guidance Events. The calendar is updated as more scholarships become available. Scroll through the following links for good resources for applying for college.
This resource is from 2015-2016, but still gives you a general idea of the various scholarships offered by the various Indiana colleges, including requirements: College Dollars (courtesy of Greensburg High School.)
21st Century Scholars (9-12 grade students): Don’t forget to complete your Scholar Track activities. You will not receive your scholarship if these activities are not completed. Website to log your activities each year is: https://secure.in.gov/apps/che/scholartrack/
If you have any questions, please see your counselor.
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2019 Universal Application through the Harrison County Community Foundation allows students to apply for the Building Our Future scholarships, IU Southeast scholarships, Founder’s Vocational scholarships and most of the foundation’s Endowment scholarships.Find out more »
For juniors only. Competitive scholarship rewarding academic excellence sponsored by the Pres. Calvin Coolidge Foundation. Includes room/board, books, and tuition to any accredited college.Find out more »
The scholarship of up to $2,500 for college or post-secondary technical schooling is awarded to an Indiana High School senior(s) whose parent is currently battling breast cancer or who has lost a parent to breast cancer.Find out more »
This single application allows seniors to apply for the following scholarships: American Legion (Bonnie Sloan Post #28) Scholarship, Edward Endres Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship for Boys and Girls, Hazel & Walter T. Bales Scholarship, John C. Gatz Memorial Scholarship, Robert E. Moser…Find out more »
For a young person interested in taking his or her first international mission trip. Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.Find out more »
Jamie Parsley Family Foundation offers a $5,000 (some years renewable) scholarship to students who reside in Jefferson County, Ky., or an adjacent county (including Indiana). Students must be high school seniors currently enrolled in a Catholic, private or independent school…Find out more »
Sponsored by the Louisville Artisans Guild: Must have a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0, and be a Metro Louisville resident, including Clark, Floyd, and Harrison Counties in Indiana. Applicants should submit their best five pieces for review.…Find out more »
For $1,000. Open to all PHS seniors who plan to attend college in Indiana. Paper copies are available in the Counseling Office. Application was also emailed to students.Find out more »