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New Scholarships for High School Students/Graduates:
We often receive emails from scholarships providers requesting to list their scholarships on our website. These are often new scholarships that have recently been launched. Below, a list of such scholarships is provided with brief descriptions. Click on the name of each scholarship to view the official announcement (or press release) we received about these scholarships. Also, for more scholarships, don't forget to visit our main pages on scholarships for (a) freshman, (b) sophomore (c) junior, and (d) senior high school students, as organized by the buttons on the left hand side of this website.
Finally, if you are a scholarships provider who would like us to add your scholarship to our list, you can email us at info@highscholarships.com
 




New Scholarships for High School Students:

 

1) Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) Scholarships:

For high school seniors. Holds its fourth annual scholarship competition this year. Five scholarships of varying amounts are awarded: One full scholarship is awarded towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in either Graphic Design or Animation. In addition, four partial scholarships are awarded, worth $20,000, $15,000, $10,000 and $5,000. A panel of DMAC faculty will evaluate all applications and choose 30 semi-finalists to participate in a one-day, two-round art competition. Creativity and overall design composition are important criteria for selection. The semi-final theme this year is freestyle. The final themes (among 10 finalists) include  mythology, environmental and surrealism. Applicants will have 4 hours to complete both rounds. All entries must be postmarked by March 31st, 2014. For questions, please call: Mike Arsenault, Chair, Graphic Design: 561-391-1148.

Updated on January, 2014

 

2) 20th Annual A Voice for Animals High School Essay Contest:

An essay contest that is open to all students that are currently attending high school or are home schooled, and under 19 years of age as of February 1st, 2014. The application deadlines for 2014 and 2015 will be announced on the scholarships website in mid December (check link below). These are international scholarships, and are open to students regardless of their nationality or country of residence. Click here for more information on these scholarships, as well as application instructions, and contact information.

Updated on February, 2014

 

3) Bezos Scholars Program at the Aspen Institue:

This is a prestigious scholars program for high school juniors. 12 top notch high school juniors and 12 dynamic educators will receive seven-day all-expense-paid scholarships to attend the Aspen Ideas Festival, which will take place in June 26 - July 2, 2014. The program seeks independent thinkers, demonstrated leaders and engaged community members. Following attendance at the Aspen Ideas Festival, the student/educator scholar teams will return home and create Local Ideas Festivals in their schools. In order to qualify, you need to be a public high school student with a GPA of at least 3.5/4.00. A high score in PSAT, SAT, or SAT is plus. Click here for more information on these scholarships, as well as application instructions, and contact information.

Updated on February, 2014

 

4) Washington Workshop Congressional Seminar Essay Contest Scholarships:

For high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. This is an essay contest that awards tuition, airfare, and room and board for a one-week long workshop seminar in Washington, DC during the 3rd week of June each year. 1 to 3 students are chosen, every year, from each state in the U.S, thus comprising a group of approximately 70 high school students attending the workshop every year. Applicants must write a 500-word essay on a topic that varies each year, and send it, along with the application, to the Patriotic Service Chairman of their state.  Clickhere for more information on these scholarships, as well as application instructions, this year's essay topic, sample essays from last years' contests and contact information.

Updated on January, 2014

 

5) Proton Energy Scholarships:

For high school seniors across the U.S. Accepted applications, for the first time, for 2010, and currently accepting applications for 2014. The scholarship will award four-year undergraduate scholarship prizes with a total value of up to $100,000 each. Honorable mentions will be awarded $500 prizes. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance, strength of application, financial need, demonstrated leadership, work ethic and community involvement, and finally on commitment to further education in a science- or technology-related field. Note again that these scholarships are aimed at high school seniors only, but there are two other complementary programs offered by the foundation and aimed at university students. Click here to see the press release we got from this scholarship program, as well as more information on application instructions, and contact information.

Updated on February, 2014


If you are a provider of a sholarhip aimed at high school students (freshman,sophomore,junior or senior) and would like your scholarships program to be featured on our website, you can contact us at info@highscholarships.com




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