Financial Aid & Scholarship Information

Financial Aid Information

Seniors who plan to enroll in college in 2020 can complete and submit the FAFSA starting October 1, 2019. The FAFSA form is needed to help determine eligibility for federal and state financial aid for a student. For more information, click here to visit the FAFSA website.

If you would like more information about Financial Aid and/or the FAFSA beforehand, check out Student Financial Aid 101 on YouTube. This is a video created by our PHEAA rep, Marla Kane, to assist students and families. Mrs. Kane walks you through the presentation that she shares with students and families at our annual Financial Aid Night.

Scholarship Information

Mrs. Campman will be uploading all scholarships that come through the counselors’ offices to this page. Our hope is that this makes scholarship information more accessible to all of our students and their families. Please see below for current/available scholarships. Click on the scholarship for information and/or the actual application in order to apply.

*** Please visit for more scholarship opportunities. This website will ask students to create a free, personal profile. Once completed, Fastweb will send details on specific scholarships that you could be eligible based off of the information provided in your profile. Fastweb has over $3.4 billion worth of scholarship money in their database – and this number grows daily!

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