Scholarships & Grants

Below are the scholarships that we have for students to apply to. They are in no particular order, with the requirements and electronic files (PDF files of applications, if available; click on the scholarship title) below each respective scholarship.

Skyline Education Foundation Scholarship

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Eligibility

Seniors graduating with a Skyline High School diploma

Restrictions

May be used by any deserving senior intending to pursue post-high school education in any in-state or out-of-state accredited 4-year or 2-year college, or trade/vocational school.

Recipients are to use the scholarship prior to March 1st of the following year, or they will lose the scholarship.

Selection Criteria

  • GPA minimum of 2.8
  • transcript
  • essay of two pages or less, typed and double spaced: essay should include a brief background of the student, reasons for pursuing post-high school education, long-range post-high school education goals, description of high school involvement, leadership positions, and any extenuating circumstances.

Sponsor

Skyline Education Foundation with funds accessed through the Clark Foundation.

Amount

$500-$1000 scholarships, amount and number vary from year to year.

Payable

Payment made directly to the college.

Selection Committee

SEF scholarship selection committee.

Deadline

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Student Mini-Grant

The student mini-grant is an application students can use to apply for up to $200 towards any purpose related to academic or school-related athletic financial needs, among other things. If you believe you need the money to help pay for something, go ahead and apply! This money could help pay for AP test fees, for one example of many.

Teacher Mini-Grant

The teacher mini-grant is an application teachers can use to apply for up to $500 towards any purpose related to academic or school-related athletic financial needs, among other things. If you believe you need the money to help pay for something, go ahead and apply! Books and classroom supplies are a prime example of what teachers can apply to use money for.