|College Board Opportunity Scholarships (Open to the Class of 2021 and 2022)||All Students,||varies||The College Board Opportunity Scholarships offer nearly $5 million in scholarships each year as a way to reward you for your efforts to plan and pay for college. The program is currently open to the class of 2021 and 2022||02/28/2022||Link|
|Seminole State College Wayne M. Densch First Generation Scholarship Application||All Students,||varies||
The First Generation Program at Seminole State College is dedicated to assisting students who are first-generation (neither parent has earned a bachelor’s degree) achieve their goal of earning a college degree. We provide academic advising and financial aid assistance, as well as workshops and activities to help connect you to other students, staff, and faculty –all in one place!
Through a generous donation from the Wayne M. Densch Charities, Inc., we are offering 75 incoming students for Fall 2021 the opportunity to participate in a first generation scholarship program in which we provide a $750 scholarship each semester (fall and spring, total award up to $3,000) your first two years at Seminole State College. As a Densch Scholar, you will be assigned to the same advisors your entire time at Seminole State, have a peer mentor to help you navigate your first semester, and have special opportunities for leadership and career development.
PRIORITY DEADLINE: March 26, 2021
|The Serrato-Munoz Scholarship||Lyman HS,||$500||The Serrato-Muñoz Scholarship (SMS) was established to recognize two Lyman High School seniors who have overcome housing instability ($500/each). Housing instability is a broad term that encompasses severe rent burden, overcrowding, poor housing quality, residential displacement, and homelessness.||04/02/2021 2:30 PM|
|Carlton Henley Scholarship - $500 · Sam Momary Scholarship - $500 · Bill Scott Scholarship - $500||Lyman HS,||$500||Application Process: Only need to submit ONE application package to be considered for all three scholarships.||04/02/2021 2:30 PM|
|Seminole State College SCPS County Math Contest||All Students,||$1000 for Fall 2021 and $1000 for Spring 2022||
Math Scholarship Competition
Who is Eligible to Compete: Seminole County Public School graduating seniors who plan to attend Seminole State College in 21-22 (including: Face to Face Students, Seminole Connect Students, and Seminole County Virtual School Students)
Potential Scholarship Amount: $2000 total ($1000 for Fall 2021 and $1000 for Spring 2022)
When: Thursday, April 22, 2021 @ 3:00 PM
Where: Seminole High School Community Room Per the requirements as set forth by SSC, all tests must be administered in-person on the school’s campus.
Interested students can compete for this scholarship by taking a test created by the Mathematics Department at SSC which covers Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus. The student attaining the highest score on this test will win a scholarship to Seminole State College upon fulfilling the following requirements:
? The family of the scholarship winner must complete a FAFSA form.
? The student must have at least a 3.0 grade point average at the time of application.
? The student must be a Florida resident. Students who intend to compete must complete the pre-registration form by Tuesday, April 20, 2021 to be considered. Once approved, a link to enroll in an eCampus course will be sent to the student’s SCPS email. All students must attend the competition in person in order to participate. Students who arrive after 3:10 PM will not be allowed entrance. The pre-registration form link is in the scholarship application section on this site.
|04/22/2021 at 3:00 PM||Link|
|The Kobrin Family Scholarship||All Students,||$2,500 per year for a maximum of 4 years||The Kobrin Family created the Kobrin Family Scholarship in 1990 to be awarded to a qualified student of the Jewish faith from Orange, Osceola, or Seminole County who will be attending the University of Central Florida. The scholarship is available to a qualified, full-time student in the amount of $2,500 per year for a maximum of four (4) years. The student must maintain a 3.1 GPA (based on a 4.0 scale) each year in order to remain qualified for the scholarship.||04/29/2021||Link|
|Central Florida Gator Club Educational Scholarship Program||All Students,||$2000||
The Central Florida Gator Club is proud to continue our Educational Scholarship Program to recognize deserving students from the Central Florida region (Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties) who have been accepted to the University of Florida. Our goal is to identify the most deserving students from the region who demonstrate academic success, leadership, and involvement in our community.
We are awarding a total of nine scholarships: ? (1) $3,000 scholarship for graduating seniors from the region whose parent(s) or themselves are members of the University of Florida Alumni Association at the time of application submission. ? (7) $2,000 scholarships for all other graduating seniors from the region.
|THE BILL VOGEL AAA SCHOLARSHIP||All Students,||$1,000||
Graduating Senior from any Seminole County Public High School.
Student will be continuing his/her Post-Secondary Education and has been accepted at a 4 year University, a 2 year Community/State College, or Technical/Vocational School.
Student must possess:
Minimum 3.5 weighted GPA
Participation in one or more High School Athletic Programs at the Varsity Level
Participation in Visual or Performing Arts
Documentation Required for Submission:
All documentation must be submitted on or before April 30, 2021.
|The Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture||All Students,||$1,000||
The purpose of the Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture is to provide financial assistance to an exceptional student who is a pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the architecture at an accredited college within Central Florida.
The Robert and Joanne Koch Scholarship for Architecture will provide one (1) scholarship to a graduating high school senior in the amount of $1,000, payable in one (1) installment. Student must be a graduating senior student from one of the following three Central Florida counties: Orange, Osceola, or Seminole. The scholarship will be awarded based on merit. Award can be applied to tuition, board, and/or other mandatory educational fees. Awards will be made payable to the educational institution only. Only students who have already been accepted into an educational institution are eligible to apply. If you have not yet been accepted to a college or university, please do not apply at this time.
|Florida State DAR Scholarship||All Students,||varies||
Florida State DAR Scholarship:
Students must complete the application and include:
|Brooks Law Group Spring 2021 Scholarships||All Students,||varies||
At Brooks Law Group, we’ve always been passionate advocates for client rights. As we celebrate over 25 years in business, it seems fitting to reflect on the impact we have had in our community as well. The Brooks team has had a strong philanthropic culture and a heart for the state of Florida. Steve and Beach Brooks grew up in Winter Haven, FL, and have a desire to give back to the future generations of Florida students. In an effort to build up our community and the future of Florida, we are proud to announce the biannual Brooks Law Group Scholarship.
Applicants must be a high school senior or current undergraduate student, be enrolled in or planning to attend a U.S. college or university, and submit their application, with all components, by the deadline.
|Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Chapter and the Z.E.T.A. Foundation Scholarship 2020-2021||All Students,||$1,100||This scholarship is only available to minority females, graduating high school seniors from Orange and surrounding counties. “Minority” is defined as a member of a traditionally underrepresented community (i.e.: African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, Pacific-Islander, etc.). The Scholarship will be awarded for the Fall Semester of the upcoming academic year. The scholarship awards may vary, with a maximum award of no more than $1,100.00. The scholarship will be made payable directly to the college or university, to be applied toward tuition or other college expenses. All recipients will be notified by June 1st, 2021 via email or phone call. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Scholarship Chair, Nicole Castor, at email@example.com or (321)278-6952.||05/08/2021|
|National Center for Simulation 2021 Scholarship - Lyman High School||Lyman HS,||$1000||
To acknowledge outstanding senior students who are seeking to pursue secondary education in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field at an accredited Technical School, College, or University in the State of Florida.
This program is designed to recognize academic achievement & improvement in addition to recognizing those students who have continually strived for excellence at Lyman High School as well as in the community. This scholarship may also consider economic need coupled with other factors to determine an award.
Note: No one factor shall be above all other factors. The final decision shall be based on a combination of factors.
|05/08/2021 5:00 PM|
|Orlando Sanford International Airport Four-Year Degree Scholarship Application||All Students,||$2,500||This scholarship, in the amount of $2,500.00, is available to a graduating senior enrolled at a Seminole County Public High School who has been accepted to attend a College or University to pursue a four-year degree in an aviation program.||05/10/2021|
|Orlando Sanford Airport Certificated Aviation Program Scholarship||All Students,||$2,500||This scholarship, in the amount of $2,500.00, is available to a graduating senior enrolled at a Seminole County Public High School who has been accepted to attend a program that will award an FAA recognized certificate, such as Airframe and/or Power Plant, Avionics, Dispatcher, etc.||05/10/2021|
|The Orlando Sanford International Airport- Four Year Degree Scholarship||All Students,||$2500||
Four-year Degree Scholarship
This scholarship, in the amount of $2500, is available to a graduating senior enrolled in SCPS who has been accepted to attend a college or university to pursue a four-year degree in an Aviation Program.
|The Orlando Sanford International Airport- Certified Aviation Scholarship||All Students,||$2500||
Certified Aviation Program Scholarship
This scholarship, in the amount of $2500, is available to a graduating senior enrolled in SCPS who has been accepted to attend a program that will award an FAA recognized certificate.
|Billie Jean King Youth Leadership Award||All Students,||$10,000||As part of the Sports Humanitarian Awards, the Billie Jean King Youth Leadership Award celebrates the legendary sports icon’s commitment to leadership and service, and honors high school and college-aged students who, like Billie Jean King, use the power of sports to improve their communities. Honorees of the the Award — which was created in 2019 — will be recognized during televised special of the Sports Humanitarian Awards.||05/10/2021||Link|
|Seminole State College of Florida NSF LEAPS and BOUNDS Scholarship Program||All Students,||varies||
This National Science Foundation’s (NSF) S-STEM program was created to improve the retention and degree completion rates of groups that have historically been underrepresented in STEM attending Seminole State College (SSC). The goal of this scholarship is to provide full academic and advising support towards the successful completion of an AA degree in 2 years. The Leaps and Bounds Scholarship will be a “full-ride” scholarship that will cover tuition and textbook costs for 2 years, and provide additional financial support. There is an early review deadline of March 31, 2021, and the final general deadline is May 31, 2021.
|Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program||All Students,||$1,000||Abbott & Fenner are committed to continuing our efforts at helping those who have the desire and ambition to succeed. The A&F Scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution.||06/12/2021||Link|