Scholarship Information

Each month the CHS Career Center produces a scholarship list based off of information received from community scholarship donors, state and national donors. Below are the links to the monthly list. 

It is the students responsibility to double check the due date for the scholarship on the donors website. Don't wait until the last minute to apply! BTW, there are scholarship for ALL ages and grades!!


Scholarships are available from a variety of sources. Your best source as a Senior applying to a school will be the Financial Aid Office of the college you attend. Contact them early and pay attention to deadlines. Every Senior should apply for FAFSA or WASFA. Most schools require that you complete one of these applications before they can give you your financial aid packet. Whether you qualify for state aid or not, the school will need your application information to deem you eligible for aid directly from their institution. Most students qualify for some sort of financial aid, but you have to apply.

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Click The Month To View The Scholarship List


Please note that the open spaces in this list are from old scholarships with bad URLS  being removed. This list has been updated. 

  • Check out the GMTC & GRC Scholarship Essay Competitions this month. Turn in by December 15th, and have the opportunity to win $1,000 towards your college, university or trade school.
  • Scholarships for Montana State University are now OPEN for the 2021 school year! 


Washington College Grant

This is a NEW and AMAZING program to Washington residents!!

Beginning in 2020-2021 academic year, the WA College Grant will be a GUARANTEE for eligible state residents at or below median family income (MFI), which is currently $91,766 for a family of four.  
For eligible students, the maximum award will cover FULL TUITION AND FEES at public colleges and universities. Students can also use the grant at ANY of Washington's eligible private colleges & universitiesOpening in a new window Opening in a new window.

Another significant change to the state financial aid is that the WA College Grant will also serve people in registered apprenticeships.  They can use the grant to pay for tuition and required equipment.  

How do you receive this WA College Grant? You MUST complete the FAFSA or WAFSA as early as possible(application opens Oct. 1st).
This is a first come first served program and you have to be enrolled through your completion of your FAFSA or WAFSA.  The FAFSA can be completed here:  FAFSA.govOpening in a new window Opening in a new window
WAFSA can be completed here in a new window Opening in a new window
DO NOT complete both.

College Bound Scholarship

The College Bound Scholarship program is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who sign up in middle school and fulfill the scholarship pledge.  View more information hereStill have more questions? Then visit the website by clicking here.

Washington State Opportunity Scholarship

Washington has one of the fastest growing state economies with more trade, health care and STEM jobs than we can fill. The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship connects our state’s leading industries with top Washington talent by reducing barriers to education and training and facilitating entry into high-demand careers for Washington students.

Our first-of-its kind public-private partnership builds pathways into high-demand careers through our Baccalaureate and Career and Technical scholarship programs. Flexible financial aid funding, coupled with student support services and industry connections helps us launch low- and middle-income Washington students into Washington jobs.


School Specific or Pathway Specific Scholarships

Check the school or pathway you plan to attend FIRST to find scholarship opportunities directly offered to students who are applying for admissions.  These are your first course to obtain funding, these dates often pass by students as they are usually due PRIOR to regular admissions deadlines (if a school has open admissions deadlines are months prior to Fall Semester start dates).  You will find most dates will be BEFORE to May 1st. 
Scholarship examples include: Presidential, Chancellor, Regent, ROTC military, PacNW Regional Council of Carpenters.


Western Undergraduate Exchange Program -  WUE & WICHE Scholarships

Out of State schools may offer a discounted tuition rate if they participate in the WUE scholarship program.  Students pay no more than 150% of in-state tuition at participating schools, compared with nonresident rates that can exceed 300% of in-state rates.
It is important to check the school's DEADLINE DATE as well as any requirements the school may have to obtain this award!  (FAFSA filing date deadline, GPA requirement, specific major requirement, etc..)  Check here for participating schools: WUE or WICHE


Helpful Scholarship Tools

Information You May Need When Applying For Scholarships

  • Class rank
  • Transcript
  • Recommendation letters
  • Essay
  • Resume
  • FAFSA (completed)
  • SAR (completed)
  • Volunteer activities


 Other sources for scholarship information:


Scholarship Highlight

Cancer Writing Contest Scholarship Flyer

CHS Foundation Scholarship Winner Information

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