How do I find out about scholarships?

Throughout the 2014-15 school year, businesses, organizations, and colleges from across the state will send information to the SVHS counseling office.  This information will be collected in a file folder and distributed to senior students in three ways.  An updated list of scholarships will be posted to the webpage once a month.  Students and senior parents will be emailed a newsletter/list of available scholarships at least once a month, more often if warranted.  In addition, students are welcome to stop-by anytime to check-out new scholarships that have become available.  Students who are proactive are often the first to know about and apply for scholarships; keep in mind that this is your responsibility!

In addition, universities, colleges, and community colleges offer scholarships to prospective students.  It is imperative that students apply for these scholarships after they have completed their application for admission to their potential school.  Also, it is important that all senior students check-out the scholarship deadlines at their potential college.  MANY UNIVERSITIES HAVE A PRIORITY DEADLINE AS EARLY AS NOVEMBER 1ST!  Don't wait to apply!  Students can always decline scholarships at a later date if they choose a different school.

Scholarship Websites

FREE online Scholarship Search Sites:


College Net


Fast Web


Scholarships


Financial Assistance Websites

Interested in applying for grants (FREE MONEY), loans, work study, etc.  Check-out the FAFSA webpage:

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


Other Financial Aid Information:

Department of Education

Financial Aid

Career Cruising 

Still not sure what path to take in life?  Use the Career Cruising to help guide your search.  This resource provides you with career/personality inventories and in-depth career information. 

Additional Career Exploration Resources:

Additional College Prep

Important College Preparatory Curriculum Information:

Board of Regents Requirements through 2013-14

Board of Regents Requirements 2014-15 (and after)

Kansas Scholars Curriculum


For Potential College Athletes:

NCAA Eligibility Center

NAIA Eligibility Center


Additional College Prep. Information:

College Prep. 101

Transcript Request Form

Have you taken dual credit courses through Hutchinson Community College or Bethany College?  Make sure to have your credits transferred to your future college.  Use the following forms to help with this process.

Salina Area Technical College

Hutchinson Community College

Bethany College