Scholarship Award

The National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees (NBCFAE)

is announcing its annual call for applicants for its Scholarship Awards Program.

Eligibility Requirements – Entrance must live within a sixty-mile radius of the FAA William J Hughes Technical Center & be accepted to an accredited college, University, or vocational/technical/trade institute.

For more information, follow the link below:

NBCFAE National_Black_Coalition_Federal_Aviation_SCHOLARSHIP


Updated Scholarship Bulletin

“A goal without a plan is just a wish!”

Larry Elder

Your goal to attend college will simply be a “wish” if you have no plan of action.  That said, It’s that time again!! What time? Scholarship time! Here is the latest scholarship bulletin.  I urge you to read it and…. do something with it.

Highlight all the scholarships that you qualify for.  Then…. set a goal of completing one application per day. It really is just that simple. 🙂

If you have questions about your GPA or class rank, contact your guidance counselor.

Scholarship Bulletin

Good Luck!!

Mrs. Cain

Updated Scholarship Bulletin

Attention Seniors!

You are now six months away from graduation date.  By now, you should have started sending off college applications.  If you have not, stop procrastinating  and get busy.

+Scholarship Bulletin 1-11-13 The bulletin is also available on the districts web page and in the guidance department.

Please make time to check the list and to apply for the scholarships that you qualify for.  Also, did you know that you can also find scholarships on social networks?

Go to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or any other social network and type scholarship in the search field.  Take the time to read through the pages, you will be surprised at what you find!

College expenses are more than you realize.  Far beyond tuition you will incur fees for books, meals costs, transportation, and more.  Don’t underestimate the costs, so do what you can now to secure money for tomorrow.


New Scholarship Bulletin

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If you have plans to attend college or some type of trade school, you should be reading this bulletin each time a new list is published.

Most families have been affected by difficult economic times.  You may think that the money will always be there to pay for school but trust me, it will not!   Your mom, dad, or legal guardian may  not have the money to pay for your education. 

This scholarship bulletin is a great way for you to get access to money for your education.  Please.  Do yourself a favor and apply for scholarships NOW.    Follow the link below to review AC High’s updated bulletin.

+Scholarship Bulletin 12-03-10

New Scholarlship Bulletin

The new scholarship bulletin is out.  If you have plans to attend college or a trade school, you need to look over the list EVERY time it’s published.  What’s the big deal???  The big deal is that scholarships are FREE money.  Money that you do not have to repay.    Okay.  You don’t like to write essays.  I get that, but there are things that I don’t like doing but have to do them anyway.    All of which is a part of adulthood.  You’re on your way to adulthood; take the good with the bad. 

Follow the link below and read through the lists.  If you meet the minimum requirements, APPLY.  You may end up being awarded the scholarship by default.  What does that mean?  It means that you may have been the only applicant, so you win the $$.    Ask your English teacher to look over your essays; they’ll help you to perfect it.  Be sure to give your teacher time to look it over.   Good luck and remember to “Think Forward!”

Here’s the link: