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Scholarship Notebook Instructions 2017-18

Teacher Recommendation Student Information Sheet

Scholarships are announced in the Daily Bulletin.

Applications not found online are available at the PAHS Counseling Office.
Visit www.collegeboard.org or www.thewashboard.org for additional information.

Questions?  Contact Jeani Hill
PAHS Scholarship Coordinator
360.565.1562

If you have not set up a profile on www.thewashboard.org yet, you should set one up ASAP! There are numerous scholarships available on this site - many of them are local!

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Current Scholarships:

Feiro Family Scholarship
Feiro Family Scholarship 2018.pdf 
This scholarship can be accessed through www.thewashboard.org Deadline is January 15, 2018.

Port Townsend Yacht Club Scholarship Click here to access application.
Applications must be postmarked by January 22, 2018.

Washington State School Retirees Association Scholarship
Click here to access online
Applications must be postmarked by March 2, 2018.

Ewing C. Kelly Scholarship Click here to access online.
Applications must be postmarked by March 10, 2018.

The Paul G. Ancich Memorial Scholarship
Click here for instructions
See Ms. Hill for volunteer opportunities required for this scholarship.
Applications are due by April 1, 2018.


General Information

Financial assistance for college comes primarily from four sources: the colleges themselves, the government, national and regional scholarships, and local scholarships. The Port Angeles community has one of the most successful local scholarship programs in the nation, awarding about $450,000 a year to graduates. There are scholarships for students planning to attend technical colleges, vocational colleges, community colleges and four-year colleges.

Port Angeles High School also helps students access regional and national scholarships. The Counseling office maintains a file of scholarship applications which are available for students to pick up anytime.

The federal and state government offer grants and loans, mostly based on financial need. Families complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in early October. The high school partners with Peninsula College to hold a workshop each year to explain these government programs.

The largest amount of scholarships are awarded by the colleges themselves. College catalogs and web sites have specific information on their offerings. High school juniors should get help from the College Success Foundation Representative or their Counselor to develop a list of potential schools of interest. Scholarship offerings are one factor to consider when deciding where to apply.

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