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Junior Scholarships

Junior Scholarships
If you are interested in one or more of these Junior Scholarships, please let Ms. Scudder or Mrs. McGregor know. Many scholarships require the applicants to be nominated by Ms. Scudder. All students wanting to be nominated MUST write an essay explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you. (You may ask for several different nominations if you meet the qualifications!) Good luck!
Scholarship Name Due Date Criteria Value Application Information
Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship 3/30/2017 Odenza Marketing Group is offering (1) $500 award. To be eligible for the scholarship a student must: Be between the ages of 16 and 25 on March 30th 2017, Submit answers to the essay questions, which can be found on the application page, prior to the March 30th deadline, have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award and have a GPA of 80 or greater. $500 for 1 year Application information is available online and you must like Odenza's Facebook page. Applications can be found by going to www.odenzascholarships.com
The Evergreen STEM Scholarship 3/31/2017 Applicants must be a junior in high school and attend a St. Lawrence County school district, plan to attended college in the fall of 2017 to pursue STEM-related studies as a full-time undergraduate. 1 year award No Nomination Needed- Application in Guidance office. Submit packet yourself
Signet Classics Student Scholarship 4/7/2017 The Signet Classic Student is offering (5) $1,000 awards. To be eligible for the scholarship students must be in 11th or 12th grade: Write an essay, and have it submitted by your English teacher. $1000 for 1 year Application information is available online: http://www.penguin.com/services-academic/essayhome
Clarkson University
Academic Enrichment Program Senior Year Scholarship
5/15/2017 Juniors interested in taking a class at Clarkson during their senior year, may apply for a scholarship to cover the cost of the program. Once accepted for the class and scholarship, a $50 deposit is required. This is a great opportunity to take a college class at Clarkson during the senior year, especially if something is offered that we can not provide at PHCS!   Application in Guidance office.
Clarkson School 2017 Scholars Award 4/7/2017 To be eligible for the Clarkson School Scholars Award students must, show interest in The Clarkson School or an early college entrance option, be a member of the junior class and be nominated by April 15 of the Junior year, and achieve an overall GPA of 93. $15,000 per year, up to 4 years ($60,000) Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Clarkson-2017 Achievement Award 4/7/2017 To be eligible for the Clarkson Leadership Award students must: be a member of the junior class, demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities, have an academic interest in Engineering, Business, Science or Liberal Arts, be a positive contributor to your school and community, be enrolled in a college-bound program and achieve an excellent GPA. $48,000 (12,000 per year) Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Clarkson-2017 Leadership Award 4/7/2017 To be eligible for the Clarkson Leadership Award students must: be a member of the junior class, demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities, have an academic interest in Engineering, Business, Science or Liberal Arts, be recognized by students and faculty as having been a positive contributor to your school and community, be enrolled in a college-bound program and achieve an excellent GPA. $60,000 (15,0000) per year Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Elmira Scholarship The Key Award 4/7/2017 The Key Award is presented to outstanding students in their junior year. One male and one female from each high school will be offered the Key Award. Each Student with a 90 plus GPA in academic courses are considered; the candidate must have demonstrated outstanding school and community leadership. $80,000 scholarship over 4 year period, $20,000 per year Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
LE MOYNE College Heights Award 4/7/2017 This award is given to a junior who has achieved at least a 90 average in a regents, college preparatory, or honors curriculum, have scored a minimum of 50 on each of the three subsections on the PSAT or 500 on the new PSAT scoring system and the student will have made significant contributions in leadership and service to their school/community. $12,000 annually Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
R.I.T. Computing Medal Scholarship 4/7/2017 The award is presented to one male and one female student who is pursing a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, Student must have a 90 plus GPA in core academic courses, be involved as leaders in their school and/or community and demonstrate an interest and ability in computing. Must attend RIT full time in the fall immediately following high school. $28,000 (7,000) per year Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
R.I.T. Innovation & Creativity Award Program 4/7/2017 The award is presented to one male and one female student who is pursing a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, Students must have a 90 plus GPA in core academic courses, be involved as leaders in their school and/or community and demonstrate outstanding achievement in innovation, creativity, or entrepreneurship. $28,000 ($7,000) per year Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Rensselaer Medal Program 4/7/2017 Student must have a 90 plus GPA in academic courses, demonstrate potential of success in a challenging academic setting, excel in advanced math and science courses (accepted students have completed chemistry, physics and a minimum of four years of mathematics through pre-calculus, by the end of their high school senior year) Exhibit significant involvement in extracurricular activities. Medal and Scholarship Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Russell Sage/The Sage Colleges-Student Sage Award 4/7/2017 Two students from the junior class who embodies The Sage College motto: "To Be, To Know, To Do", be academic and social leaders who: Make the school an exciting, creative, and engaging place of learning, are actively involved in the community, balance numerous activities with enthusiasm and leadership, leads the school/community. Candidates need to have maintained a 85 average (or better) in his/her academic coursework, only. (Math, Science, History, English and Language) and rank in or near the top 25%. At least $10,000 per year Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
St. Lawrence University- Augsburg/North Country Scholarship 4/7/2017 To be considered for the scholarship, nominees must have a 90 or higher GPA in a challenging curriculum. In addition to having a strong academic record, nominees should have a genuine desire to pursue a liberal arts degree at St. Lawrence University, as well as demonstrate their interest and ability to contribute to the St. Lawrence community through leadership, community service, or talents in the arts or athletics. Selected nominees-$27,000 annually-not selected nominees- $10,000/yr. Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
University of Rochester Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology 4/7/2017 This Award is presented to a junior that has a strong interest in innovation and/or information technology, and a high level of achievement in this area, exposure to new technologies outside of school, such as pursuing serious work opportunism in local laboratories or industry, leading other students to new approaches to old problems; business plans for fundraising; innovative community service; school activities; and best uses of communications tools such as chat and blog. $7,500 to $20,000 per year for four years Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
University of Rochester-Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award 4/7/2017 The Award is presented to a junior who has high achievement and rigor science classes, and high math scores on the PSAT and/or SAT. $7,500 to $20,000 per year for four years Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
University of Rochester-Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award 4/7/2017 The Award is presented to a junior who demonstrated commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues, leadership and a dedication to community action and strong grades and rigorous courses taken in the humanities and social sciences. $7,500 to $20,000 per year for four years Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
University of Rochester-George Eastman Young Leaders Award 4/7/2017 This Award is presented to a junior that shows strong leadership experience at school and in the community, high grades and challenging courses and extensive involvement in extracurricular activities. $7,500 to $20,000 per year for four years Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.
Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award 4/7/2017 This Award is presented to a junior who embodies the spirit, integrity, and intellectual qualities of a strong leader. They nominated student must have a GPA of at least a 90% in a college preparatory program and also show strong leadership ability through their school and community activities. $40,000 ($10,000 per year) Needs to be nominated by Guidance office, please hand in essay - by April 7th - explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you.

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