Scholarship Information


Ava Hammons and Patrick Wright

Senior season is here for our 2022 graduates! With that being said, senior year can be filled with lots of college applications, and an overwhelming amount of scholarship information. To make it a little easier, here is a list of possible scholarships that you can apply for. In addition to this, is a great way to apply for several different schools at once without repeating information.


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)- This application must be filled out to determine your eligibility to receive a federal loan. Some of this money might have to be paid off, worked for, or free to spend on anything to do with your secondary education.

If you missed the FAFSA frenzy on 10/20, click the link below for help on filling out the form. A parent needs to be with you during this process.


Before applying for any scholarship, you must first understand the three different types. These include local, regional, and institutional. 

Local scholarships are funded by your community and are only available to local students. Apply to these in February and March. 

Regional scholarships are funded by businesses, organizations, and corporations. For example, all Wal-Mart and Burger King associates are eligible for a scholarship that they provide. This is available all year. 

Institutional scholarships are funded by colleges and universities. If you’re planning to start out at a 4-year, the time to apply is October through December. Two-year colleges begin offering this in February and March. To find your college and the scholarships you can apply for, simply go to their website, or click the link to be directed to your PHS counselors list of schools.