Scholarships

Applying for scholarships is an ongoing process that requires time and energy.  Students can begin this process as soon as they decide their plans include going to college.  It is recommended that students create a separate email account to use for applying for scholarships.  Scholarships are awarded based on merit, student-need, financial need and affiliation (religious, employment, memberships, etc.

Scholarship information will be communicated using this website, remind, and student emails.  Students are responsible for finding and applying for scholarships.  Counselors are available to help assist with this process.  It is recommended that students use search engines to match themselves to available scholarships, apply for institutional scholarships at colleges to which they are accepted, and apply to all local (school, Pueblo, Colorado, etc.)

Search Engines
PCS  (not a search engine, but lists different scholarships)


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SCHOLARSHIPDUE DATEAMOUNTWEBSITEPDF ApplicationDESCRIPTION
Hurliman 2/3/20 $10000 http://www.hurlimanscholarshipfoundation.com/scholarship.html  High school senior, 3.5 GPA, 1150 SAT, complete app 
White Rose Scholarship 1/17/20  www.whiterosescholar.org  3.0 GPA, community service, demonstrate financial need,  
Daniel's Fund 11/15/19 Student need www.danielsfund.org/scholarships/index.asp  High school senior, CO resident, financial need based on FAFSA, SAT 470 or higher, give back to the community, leadership potential, academic performance, strength of character 
Boettcher Scholarship 11/1/19 Full tuition, fees, living stipends, book stipends,  www.boettcherfoundation.org   
Horatio Alger Scholar 10/25/19 $25,000 scholars.horatioalger.org  Senior, financial need, US citizen 
Pueblo Altrusa Scholarship 01/31/20 $3,000 (renewable for 4 years)   Pueblo resident, female, 3.0 GPA 
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Sommer Kelley,
Sep 10, 2019, 10:16 AM