Scholarships are posted as they are receivedKeep scrolling-newest scholarships postings are at the bottom. MANY scholarship opportunities are listed here. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom of the page. Remember- scholarship dollars add up, so apply for the smaller amounts as well as the knockout full rides. KPHS does not endorse any companies that provide scholarship information and does not provides any service. Posted scholarships, searches or service providers are for your information only and participation is your choice.
Informative Powerpoints/Webinars:Making Sense of the Scholarship ProcessPresented by the Humble Council of PTAs - Thanks to Christina Spears, M Ed,click here: for Ms. Spears' powerpoint ...please be patient, file loads slowly
How to Apply for Scholarships- Click here
College Finance 101 -Click here
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Guide for applying: Click here
FAFSA opens on October 1 of student's senior year. EVERYONE should apply. You have nothing to lose, everything to gain.
Best Value Schools - Information about the best colleges near youAlways check the scholarship/financial aid webpages of the schools to which you are applying and
- Check COLLEGE BOARD link to hundreds of scholarships and millions of dollars: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search
- TEXAS related scholarships can be found at: Click here
- TEXAS COLLEGES & FINANCIAL AID- click here a complete guide to admission requirements and loads of scholarships and financial information.
College Planning Tool-
Free, online college-planning toolkit, you can get started as soon as 9th grade. Aligned with The Coalition, a consortium of diverse public and private colleges and universities that has come together to improve the college admission application process for all students.
The Coalition has developed a free platform of online tools to streamline the experience of organizing and refining your academic skills, discovering your college options, and preparing your college applications.
A helpful tool for planning financially for the future: Log on to this FREE interactive, web-based game. This game could begin the core elements of a financial litercy class that all HS students should take. Students can see running totals of their college debt and can track academic focus. The connections they are making now could be useful later- all crucial factors in finishing college and graduating with a job that can help them repay their debt. https://www.timeforpayback.com/
Scholarship Information"Scholly" costs $.99 in the Android or ITunes App store. Matches you with scholarships by state, race, GPA, gender, etc.http://raise.me/ Raise.me is the easiest way for you to earn scholarships for everyday things you do in high school. Enter your achievements and see what kind of microscholarships you can earn for (some) colleges!Premise: Raise.me gives students the opportunity to earn micro scholarships for their individual achievements.The better students do in school, the more engaged students are in their community, the more money they earn from Raise.me's college partners. 76 colleges are on Raise.me's platform. Students must meet the college's GPA requirements and earn between $500 - $1000 per achievement.
Scholarship InformationFree scholarship search, financial aid info, student loan resources & a career aptitude testScholarship InformationHundred of Scholarships- Find what may work for YOU! https://colleges.niche.com/scholarships/Scholarship InformationName: The American LegionAmount: Varies by scholarshipRequirements: Varies by scholarshipDeadlines- Varies by scholarshipWebsite: www.legion.org/scholarshipsScholarship InformationThe University of Texas Permian Basin offers a $10,000 Bachelor of Science degree if selected as part of the Texas Science Scholars ProgramInformation and application: http://www.utpb.edu/texassciencescholar/UTPM also has a wide variety of scholarships available depending on your class rank/GPA and family gross income.
2018-19 listings begin hereKPHS does not endorse any companies that provide scholarship information and does not provides any service.Posted scholarships, searches or service providers are for your information only and participation is your choice.
Scholarship InformationName: Scholarship America WEBSITEAmount: HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of dollars. Scholarship America is a clearinghouse for MANY major national/local scholarship. One click here: http://scholarshipamerica.org/open_scholarships.php connects you to scholarship opportunities, along with helpful information and a free ebook about the scholarship process. Navigate through other pages for valuable information.Deadlines vary by scholarshipScholarship NotificationDate Posted: August 24, 2017Name: Terry FoundationSchool Specific- Yes, 13 Texas Colleges, see webpage listed belowRequirements: Demonstrated financial need (as evidenced by the completion of the FAFSA. A record of leadership in school and community. Strong academic abilities as evidenced by grades and SAT/ACT scores. Meet U.S. and Texas residency and citizenship requirements sufficient to qualify for in-state tuition and for federal financial aid assistance.Graduation from an accredited Texas high school or homeschool. Apply and commit to residing on campus for the first year. Admission for Fall 2019 to a Terry-affiliated college or university as a full-time entering Freshman student. Nomination by one of the thirteen Terry-affiliated Texas public universities. Interview.Deadlines vary by school.For more information on Texas colleges/universities see:Scholarship InformationDate Posted: August 24, 2017Name: Raise.meAmount: variesPremise: Raise.me gives students the opportunity to earn micro scholarships for their individual achievements.The better students do in school, the more engaged students are in their community, the more money they earn from Raise.me's college partners. 76 colleges are on Raise.me's platform.Students must meet the college's GPA requirements and earn between $500 - $1000 per achievement.Website: https://www.raise.me/Scholarship NotificationDate Posted: 10/22/2015Scholarships with varying due dates-Scholarship InformationDate Posted: 10/27/15An App that matches you with scholarships"Scholly" costs $.99 in the Android or ITunes App store. Matches you with scholarships by state, race, GPA, gender, etc.NEW For 2018-19!Name: Going MerryDirect Applications-You can apply directly to all scholarships and find your results here. You never leave the site, never re-enter the same information again.Autofilled Applications- We autofill all the information from your profile into each application, saving you time.Estimated Application Times-Every scholarship has an estimated application time to help you prioritize.Information: Click HereScholarships with 2019 deadlinesI google "scholarships with __fill in the month__ deadlines." See what may work for your situation.
Scholarship NotificationDate Posted: Mar. 11, 2017Name: University Tutors Scholarship Contest DescriptionAmount: $1000Requirements: students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Essays are reviewed at the end of every month and 1 winner is chosen at the end of the month to receive a $1,000 college scholarship.Application and Information: http://www.universitytutor.com/scholarship-contestScholarship Resources-
Lots of scholarships listed at this website- McDonalds, BurgerKing...
Worth your time to check out and see which would work for you!!!Scholarship NotificationDate Posted: 9/26/17Name: Houston Area ScholarshipsAmount: Various Scholarships- varying amountsRequirements: See individual websites for detailsScholarship NotificationDate Posted: October 5, 2017Name: Imagine America- Texas Trade School Scholarships for HS StudentsAmount: VariesApplication and Information at: https://www.imagine-america.org/texastradeschoolscholarships/
Date Posted: 5/23
Name: Sort My Life
Amount: $500 - a new scholarship every 4 months
Requirements: graduating senior, US citizen or permanent legal resident, 500 word essay
Information and application: Click here
Deadlines: 8/1, 12.1 or 4/1 each year
Name: Nitro College Scholarship (3 $5,000 scholarships available);
Application and Information: https://www.nitrocollege.com/nitro-scholarship-application
Date Posted: October 10, 2018
Various scholarships posted by other HISD campuses - Check these out -Perhaps they have scholarshipe we don't have.
Humble ISD CATE Center- Click here
Humble HS: Click here
Kingwood HS: Click here
Atascocita HS: Click here
Summer Creek HS: Click here
Quest: Click here
Date Posted: October 22, 2018
Name: Texas Interscholastic League Foundation
Amount: over $1 million in scholarships each year (generally $500- $20,000)
Requirements: Student must compete at the state level in an UIL academic contest AND must plan to attend a Texas college or university. SAT or ACT scores, HS transcript, letter of recommendation, parents most recent IRS 1040.
Application and Information: Click here
Applications accepted between March 1 and May 10, 2019 (Students competing in late speech contests must submit their application by May 10, but may amend their application through May 31.)
Scholarship Notification- For Students in 7th -12th grades
Date Posted: December 1, 2018
Name: 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Amount: Varies by scholarship- More than $300,000. will be distributed
Deadlines: Vary by scholarship
Applications and Information: Click here Click on the individual links for more inormation
Scholarship Notification FOR JUNIORS
Date Posted: January 24, 2019
Name: Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship
Amount: 50 scholarships between $500 and $2000
Requirements: Completed application. Current HS JUNIOR (Class of 2020) residing in the US, currently playing for a high school team or in club sports, 2.5+ GPA (4.0 scale) who meets these criteria- Makes oneself better, Makes tammates better, Makes the sport better. Three references. See application for details.
Deadline : May 31, 2019
Application and Information: Click here
Date Posted: Feb. 5, 2019
Name: "Scholarship Buddy, Texas" Scholarships
Amounts: Vary by scholarship
Applications and Information: 14 various Texas Scholarships: Click hereScholarship NotificationDate Posted: Feb. 20, 2019Name: HESI College ScholarshipAmount: 2 @ up to $1000Requirements: 2019 Humble ISD graduate, attending an accredited college. university or approved post-secondary institution in the coming year. Must be 50% Hispanic or Latino using natural born parents, demonstrated fnancial need. Completed application, current resume, official HS transcript, letter of recommendation (teacher or counselor), essay.Deadline: Delivered or postmarked by May 15, 2019. EXTENDED TO MAY 20. 2019Application: Click here and HESI info Click here (things you may need to know in case there's an interview)Scholarship NotificationDate Posted: Feb. 27, 2019Name: Don't Text and Drive ScholarshipAmount: Bi- annual $1000Requirements: Any student 24 years and younger, currently admitted or enrolled in a 4 year college/university or will be applying in the next calendar year. 500+ word essay. See website for prompt and complete detailsDeadline: Sept 15.Website with Information: https://www.mjqlaw.com/scholarship/ (can not access this site on an HISD computer)Scholarship Notification
Date Posted: 3/25/10
Name: Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship
Amount: Up to $2500
Requirements: Spring 2019 HS graduate, enroll in a non-for-profit, 2 year or less technical degree/certificate program in the fall of 2019, demonstrate financial need (be Pell Grant eligible), US citizen. FAFSA SAR (Student Aid Report), completed application.
Deadline: June 15, 2019
Summer Leadership Program for
African American & Hispanic Young Men
In order to begin preparing more young men at an earlier age for success after high school graduation, Lone Star College is welcoming African American and Hispanic young men, ages 13 through 15, to the African American and Hispanic Institute for Males.
There is no cost to participate in the program. Please share this information and the enclosed applications with young men at your school who you know will benefit from this program. Please have them to apply online (http://www.lonestar.edu/aaim-him) by,Friday, May 24, 2019.
Date Posted: April 2, 2109
Name: I.C.O.N. Women's Organization Community Scholarship (NOT the Women's Scholarship)
Amount: Varies- $1000 and above
Requirements: Graduating HS senior, minority descent, attending a 4 year accredited college, university or trade school when scholarship is awarded, cumulative 3.0 high school GPA (4.0 scale), participated in community service, participated in HS club or sports, current picture, official HS transcript. Completed application, essay. two letters of reference.
Deadline: Postmarked by June 15, 2019
Application and details: Click here
Up to $5000 for students majoring in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and engineering fields
Application and Information:Click here
Deadline: June 30, 2019
Scholarship for Students supported by a single momDeadline June 30, 2019Our $1000 scholarship is called the Huggable Supermom Scholarship: Cash & Baby Formula Award, and it’s designed to make things a little easier for single mothers and those supported by single mothers who are striving to achieve great things for themselves and their loved ones. To apply, students must be the child of a single mother or be directly supported by a single mother in some other way (or be a single mother themselves). All fields of study and GPAs will be considered.You can find more information about our scholarship award here:click here
Date Posted: 5/17/19
Amount: @@ $1000
Must be enrolled in college in fall of 2019.
Info: @ http://www.vnteamwork.orgMany other other scholarships here: Various Scholarship-CLICK HEREKPHS does not endorse any companies that provide scholarship information or provides any service.Posted scholarships, searches or service providers are for your information only and participation is your choice.100 Free College Rides You Don't Need to Pay Forclick here- See which colleges have free tuition offers.Interested in a "Gap Year" experience? Verto offers the only international gap year experience that partners with colleges to give full class credit so students graduate in four years.Info, application and scholarship inormation: Click here
Affordable Online Colleges/Texas:Guide book to online universities and Colleges http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/online-universities-and-colleges
College/University Specific Scholarships:Sam Houston State University- I go Pink Scholarship - Open to all current and future Bearcats http://www.thebreastcancercharities.org/greater-houston-area/Oklahoma State- Scholarships begin with ACT scores of 24+ or SAT 1160-1190 for out of state students: https://financialaid.okstate.edu/out-state-scholarships and McKnight Scholars Leadership Program. 50 scholarships available to students with a commitment to service and with proven leadership skills, 3.75 GPA (4.0 scale) and 27+ ACT Winners from Texas can get out of state fees waived for 4 years and $5000 for 2 years. Info at http://admevents.okstate.edu/email/scholar/RC17/mcknight_counselors.htmlTexas Women's University-Terry Foundation Scholarship: https://www.twu.edu/terry-scholarships/ covers total cost of attendance including books, fees, housing, meals and personal expenses.President's Leadership Council Scholarship- $1500 - Priority Deadline 1/11/2019 Apply through the Pioneer Scholarship System:
Kansas State: Wabash Cannonball Houston Scholarship for Houston area students. $5,000. See complete details and apply at http://www.k-state.com/wabashscholarshiphoustonWashington University of St. Louis- Danforth Scholars Program https://admissions.wustl.edu/Financial_Aid_Scholarships/First_Year_Academic_Scholarships/Pages/Danforth-Scholars-Program.aspx see the website, get a nomination from your counselor.
Air Force ROTC scholarships: For members of the Class of 2019 https://www.afrotc.com/scholarshipsHendrix College- Hays Memorial Scholarship- see your counselor for nomination www.hendrix.edu/haysnominationUniversity of Missouri -visit http://scholarships.missouri.eduUniversity of Dayton- Leadership in Service Scholarship, $2500 a year for 4 years. See your counselor to be nominated.University of Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management http://jindal.utdallas.edu/student-resources/scholarships/undergraduate-scholarships/Wesleyan University (Connecticut) Hamilton Prize for Creativity - For first year students, awarded to the student whose work of creative written expression is judged best to reflect the originality, artistry and dynamism embodied in Broadway's Hamilton.4 year full tuition scholarship (valued at more than $200,000). Apply atStephen F. Austin: General Scholarships: http://www.sfasu.edu/faid/scholarships.aspAlso for eligible Science, Technology, Engineering and Math majors - $10,000 SFA STEM scholarshipsRequirements: SAT/ACT Math score of 600/26, interview, Letter of Rec, completed SFA STEM application, declare a STEM majorapplication at http://science.sfasu.edu or call /email Vicki Shimer 936.468.5197 or email@example.comLSU: All freshman scholarships: http://sites01.lsu.edu/wp/financialaid/entering-freshman-scholarships/University of Louisiana at Monroe- Out of State Fee Waivers for good ACT/SAT/GPA scores . Award value: $12,000 a year.
Texas A&M Regents Scholarship: Open to students classified as 1st generation students (neither parent- biological or step- has earned a bachelors degree) whose total family adjusted gross income is less than $40,000 (parent and student)Award- up to $5,000 per year for 4 years. Must apply for FAFSA @ FAFSA.ed.gov. visit http://admissions.tamu.eduTexas State: See the website for all of the scholarship opportunities Click hereTerry Scholars: Click herePresident's Honor Scholarship- $26,000-$38,000 over 4 years, SAT 1420+ or Act 32+ and top 25% of HS classTexas State Achievement Scholarship- $10,000- $22,000 over 4 years, SAT 1260- 1410 or ACT 27-31 and top 255 of HS classTexas State Distinguished Scholarship- $6,000-$10,000 over 4 years, SAT 1160-1250 or ACT 24-26 and top 25% or 26-30% of HS classMidwestern State University: General Merit based Scholarships: http://www.mwsu.edu/admissions/scholarshipsUniversity of Arkansas Alumni Association Scholarships- http://www.arkansasalumni.org/s/1429/index.aspx?sid=1429&gid=1&pgid=1413Colorado State University: Freshman Scholarships for Non-Residents- See website for details http://sfs.colostate.edu/Wellesley- My inTuition can make Wellesley as affordable as an in state school check out: wellesley.edu/costestimatorOregon State University: Scholarships for non-residents http://oregonstate.edu/admissions/node/735SCAD- Savannah College of Art and Design-Distinguished Scholar Award - $20,000 award per year. min 1410 SAT (CR + M) or 30 ACT, 3.75 GPA (4.0 scale) outstanding visual or performing arts, writing or riding capabilities, honors and awards from competitions, leadership skills + all the regular SCAD admission requirements. . Apply at http://www.scad.edu/admission/financial-aid-and-scholarships Application must be received by 2/1/19
Lawrence Technological University-leading edge programs in engineering, architecture, design science and applied technology. Scholarships from $6000 annually to full rides. http://www.ltu.edu/private_scholarships http://www.ltu.edu/scholarshipcompetitionFIDM- Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising - National scholarship Competition- Eight full one-year scholarshipshttp://fidm.edu/en/admissions/financial+aid/scholarships/ Deadline 3/29/19Co-op Scholarship Program- Interested in a college that offers Co-Op opportunities? (work and go to $chool) www.waceinc.orgSchools include: Clarckson U*, Drexel U*, Johnsn & Wales U*, Merrimack College*, Rochester Institute of Technology, SUNY Oswego*, U of Toledo, U of Cincinnati, Wentworth Institute of Technology- Deadline Feb. 15, 2019 (starred colleges have alternative deadlines, see website)
Baylor-Carr P. Collins Scholars- top 1/4 of class, admitted to Baylor, min. 1310 (CR+M) SAT or 28 ACT, resident of Texas, completed scholarship application, HS resume,essay, recommendation from teacher, counselor or principal. See application for details
Scholarships for National Merit Finalists Baylor offers Regents' Gold Scholarship- full tuition + some addition funds.
Visit Baylor's scholarship calculator at http://www.baylor.edu/admissions/calculator to see what scholarships you may qualify for.
Lamar University up to full rides, click links for details and deadlines:
http://beacardinal.lamar.edu/paying-for-college/scholarships.htmlclick here for Smith Hutson scholarshipNorthern Arizona University- President's and President's Excellence Scholarships- for qualified out of state students. $28,000- $36,000 (over 4 years) 2.9 GPA or higher and SAT/ACT score submission. Info at http://NAU.edu/outofstate.Check out the online Net Price Calculator at http://nau.edu/calculator to figure your award. Guaranteed tuition for up to 4 years.
SMU- various scholarship opportunities at: www.smu.edu/ps www.smu.edu/hunt or www.smu.edu/scholarshipsSkidmore College: (NY)Porter Presidential Scholarship in Science and Math- ($15,000/yr) or Filene Music Scholarship ($12,000/yr) http://www.skidmore.edu/financialaid/merit.phpFilene Music Scholarship- $48,000 four-year scholarship HS Seniors who meet the criteria for admission to Skidmore. register at http://www.skidmore.edu/filenescholarship
Cornell University: http://finaid.cornell.edu New Financial Aid initiatives for families earning $75,000 or lessDuke University: click www.dukefinancialaid.duke.edu For famililes with incomes $60,000 or less, tuition is waived.
Harvard University: www.fao.fas.harvard.edu Incentives for families with incomes $60,000 or less
United Negro College Fund: www.uncf.org click: For Students> Scholarships
University of Houston: www.uh.edu/ click: Admissions>Scholarships or
Wellesley: www.wellesley.edu click: Admission and Financial aid. For famililes with incomes $60,000 or less, tuition is waived.
Oral Roberts University- Whole Person Scholarship Program ask your counselor to nominate you....http://www.oru.edu/whole_person/scholarship/guidelines.php
Scholarships for Latino Students: www.latinocollegedollars.org
Tribal Scholarship Information: for Native American Students: http://www.collegefund.org/students_and_alumni/content/scholarships
Asian Pacific Islander Scholarship Information: http://apiasf.org
Hispanic American Scholarship Information: www.hsf.net
Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Information: http://thurgoodmarshallfund.net
Walmart: Associate or Associate Dependent Scholarship Information:info provided by the American LegionMiss Teen Texas: It's a scholarship pageant right? apply at www.misstexasusa.comVarious scholarships can be found at http://www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.phpZebra "Show Off Your Stripes" $1000 scholarship- Click here Deadline 5/31/19http://www.msscholarship.org/dnn Students from all 50 states are invited to participate annually as we search for the senior who raises the most funds for MS. A $1,000 college scholarship and plaque will be awarded and he/she will be honored as the national recipient.Explore Careers
Scholarship Information Medical Fields
Recovery Village, is offering $1,000 to students pursuing a health-related degree program who have been personally affected by addiction. Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship: https://www.
Current or future Veterinary students: Click here $1000 2.5 gpa (4.0 scale) Essay or video submission, Deadline 8/31/19
Scholarships for Student Caregivers: https://www.caring.com/caregivers/scholarships-for-student-caregivers
If you are interested in Medical or Dental School after your undergraduate education- THE US ARMY offers a 100%Health Professions Scholarship Program which includes 100% Tuition, Books and Fees, a monthly stipend, a sign on bonus of $20,000 and a commission as an Army Officer. For more information contact the Medical/Dental School Scholarship
Coordinator at 713.874.1923Interested in Nursing? http://www.findcnaclasses.com/scholarship/ check out this site, some scholarships are school specific.Click on individual links for more informationScholarship Information for Business/Accounting DegreesSpecial Circumstance Scholarships
Basis of eligibility
How to apply
Status as adopted child of parents who participated in an adoption assistance program under Texas family Code :162
Tuition and Fees
Contact the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services(www.dfps.state.tx.us) or the Admissions Office at your college or university.
Documentation from the Dept. of Family and Protective Services of placement in the care of conservator ship of the TX Dept. of Family and Protective Services prior to age 18, through the day of high school graduation. Must enroll in Texas college or university within 3 yrs of graduation, but no later than age 21.
Tuition and Fees
Contact the Texas department of Family and protective Services(www.dfps.state.tx.us) or the Admissions office at your college or university.
Status a child of a parent who was disabled or died in the line of duty
Tuition and Fees for the first 120 undergraduate credit hours or until age 26, whichever comes first.
Contact the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board at 512-427-6344 or 800-242-3062 ext 6344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Status as dependent child of parents who received TANF benefits on your behalf for 6 months of your senior year. Enrolled in Texas college or university within 2 yrs of graduation before age 22.
Tuition and Fees for 1 year
Contact the Admissions Office at your college or university.
Applications for Grants and Loans
To qualify for government grants and loans, you will need to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Notice that the application is FREE, you should never have to pay someone to submit a financial aid application. Grants are usually based on a combination of academic performance and financial need. The type of loans that you will qualify for is based completely on financial need. The two most popular government loans are the Federal Direct Subsidized Loan and the Federal Direct Unsubsidized loan. The subsidized version has no interest while you are in school, but begins to accrue interest once you graduate. Conversely, the unsubsidized version accrues interest as soon as you receive the funds. Always accept a subsidized loan (if you need it!) before an unsubsidized loan. The FAFSA application is available October 1 the year before your graduation. Remember that you will have to resubmit your application every year that you are in school. To be safe, check with each institution to verify their financial aid deadline. Many schools have different deadlines to submit this application, but we recommend submitting by January in order to be considered a priority applicant by all schools. Be sure to obtain your parents’ income tax information before starting the application; it is needed in order to complete the process. The earlier your parents can file their taxes in the spring, the sooner you can submit your FAFSA application!
For more information on loan terms and details: Some FAFSA FAQs answered http://www.accreditedonlinecolleges.org/fafsa-guide/State (Texas) Loans: www.hhloans.com
- Submit your FAFSA by the priority deadline of each school you are applying to. This ensures that you receive the most financial aid that a school is allowed to offer you.
- Check out the Texas B-On-Time loan program at hhloans.com. Under certain guidelines, this is a loan that is completely forgiven if you graduate “on-time”, meaning you do NOT have to pay it back!
- The Federal Direct Subsidized loan has no interest while you are in school. The Federal Direct Unsubsidized loan begins accruing interest as soon as you receive the money.
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"Student Savings: The Ultimate Scholarship Resource Guide"
Various scholarships- websites for national scholarships for Hispanic students
Name: Hispanic Heritage Foundation
Sign up and receive information on youth/scholarship programs.