GSCS “Show Me The Money” Scholarship Resource GuideTop of Page
Paying for college is a significant investment for the future, often with parents, guardians and students bearing the expense. This guide is designed to help students from Griffin High School, Spalding High School and the A.Z. Kelsey Academy find scholarships that fit their post-secondary interests and qualifications.
• The basics of financial aid • Where to find help paying for college • How to apply for financial assistance • Estimating and comparing the costs of your college choices • Ways to reduce and pay for the costs financial aid doesn’t cover
College Board Opportunity Scholarships
The College Board has launched a new scholarship program with $5 million of scholarships each year. Applying to college is a complicated process, so we've created a program that guides you through it. It doesn't require an essay, application, or minimum GPA. Instead, it rewards your effort and initiative. Complete key steps along your path to college for a chance to earn scholarships.
Federal Student Aid: An Office of the U.S. Department of Education
The office of Federal Student Aid provides publications, fact sheets, online tools, and other resources to help you prepare and pay for college or career school.
Click HERE to view and download resources from the office of Federal Student Aid.
U.S. Federal Government Resources:
The federal government offers a number of financial aid programs.
Fast WEB: Fastweb is your connection to scholarships, colleges, financial aid and more.
Peterson’s Guide helps students find the right scholarship, grant, or award for them.
Peterson's scholarship search tool reaches super hero status with its ability to filter available scholarships by school type, ethnicity, gender, field of study, state of residence, award type and more!