Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCES!


Contact:
Brenna Ballenger
Near Peer Mentor
208-448-1211 ext. 7146


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For access to hundreds of other scholarships, as well as the ability to do a scholarship search and sort, visit idahocis.org and build a portfolio to save your scholarship search.   Username is:  lamanna;  Password is: spartans.

SCHOLARSHIPS = FREE MONEY

Scholarships don’t need to be repaid and come mostly from organizations and colleges. Scholarship searches are a lot of work and very time consuming, yet can be well worth the effort and stress. By taking an early look and discovering all the possibilities, it can offset lots of extra work later on and give you and your family a head start on reducing the cost of college.

Look particularly into scholarships that are automatically renewable or ones for which you can reapply each year. There are two types of scholarships: need and non-need based. Need-based scholarships are primarily about financial need. Non-need can be anything else: academic performance, hard work, character, community service, sports, field of study, special talents, etc.

Also, you can check on the website of the college you are applying to, under their financial aid and/or scholarship link.  There are lots of opportunities available through each college for scholarships.  Most colleges require you to fill out the FAFSA in order to receive their scholarships.

This list will be continually updated.

If you have any questions, please contact the Counseling Office.

SOME OF THE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP BELOW REQUIRE THE "COMMON APPLICATION".  You will only need to fill this out once.  Then print enough copies for each of your scholarships requiring this Common Application.

 

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WHICH YOU MAY QUALIFY:

 DUE DATE SCHOLARSHIP  CRITERIA
     
Complete First   Common App  
     
March 15 Salvation Army Dr. Riggs Leadership Scholarship
  • Reside in Idaho's 5 Northern Counties
  • Shows Leadership
  • Attending post-secondary education in fall
March 20  Priest Lake Sportsman's Club  
  • Attended Priest Lake Elementary and progressed through the Junior High and High School in Priest River
  • Lives in Priest Lake
  • Additional Qualifier: Moved to Priest Lake during Junior High years
March 31 Panhandle Piecemakers Quilt Guild
  •  3.5 GPA
  • Enrolled in college full-time in fall semester
April 5 Bismarck H. Turner  
  • Must have attended a High School in Bonner County
  • Financial need is considered most important
  • Scholastics and character also considered
  • Submit completed application to HS Counselor
April 9 Festival of Sandpoint Charley Packard Scholarship 
  • For students who write their own song lyrics 
April 9 Festival of Sandpoint Music Scholarship 
  • For students planning to pursue music as a career 
April 10 Angels Over Sandpoint: Community Service
  • Applicant must have displayed acts of community service and leadership
April 10  Angels Over Sandpoint: Festival at Sandpoint Arts
  • Offered to 9th thru 12th grade students 
  • Each year a different type of scholarship is offered: 2019 is Visual Arts, 2020 is Dance & Theater and 2021 is Vocal
April 10  Angels Over Sandpoint: Lippi Family  
  • Overcoming personal obstacles
  • Financial need
April 10  Art Works "Share the Love"
  • High school student entering the field of art
April 10  Betty Mills Memorial
  • For any Bonner County senior who is involved or interested in community service
April 10  Bonner County 4-H Leaders Council  
  • Must have completed at least four years of 4-H
  • Must be currently enrolled in the Bonner County 4-H program
April 10  Bonner County Sportsmen's Association  
  • Completed a hunter safety course
  • Hand written application preferred
April 10 Bonner County Youth Court 
  • Participated in Bonner County Youth Court 
April 10  Community Assistance League
  • Based on academic achievement, personal goals, motivation, school and community involvement, financial need, and general application appearance 
April 10  Darby & Amber Campbell Memorial  
  • Write an essay on a human rights topic from a list supplied by the scholarship committee
  • Be a senior graduating high school in the Bonner County School District
April 10  Disabled American Veterans
  • Must have a family member that is/was a disabled veteran
April 10  Don McCormick Memorial  
  • Pursuing a degree in Health Sciences
  • 2.5 GPA
April 10  Eagles Lodge Aerie #589 Ladies Auxiliary
  • Attending a post-secondary education facility in the Pacific Northwest
April 10 Elks Community Scholarship  
  • Bonner/Boundary County HS Senior
  • Fill out Common App and mail in with transcripts
April 10 Erik Bruhjell Memorial
  • Be a senior graduating high school in the Bonner County
  • Priority given to students who show involvement in political issues, working with the Democratic party or in community service
April 10  John Porter Memorial
  • Pursuing Post-Secondary Education
April 10 Life Choices Pregnancy Center 
  • High School Senior graduating from a high school in Bonner County
  • Financial Need 
April 10  Marine Corps William E. Barber Memorial
  • Have a relative who has served or is serving in the United States Marine Corps.
April 10  Panida Theater  
  • Applicant must have an interest in pursuing a career or involvement in theater, film, music, or other aspects of the performing arts
  • Sincerity, creativity and integrity also considered
April 10  Patrick Orton "Live Your Dreams"
  • Graduating senior who want to live their dreams
April 10 Sagle Elementary Memorial
  • Attended Sagle Elementary for at least 3 years 
April 10  Sandpoint Junior Tackle Football-Dennis Hooper Memorial  
  • 3.25 GPA
  • Must have participated in Sandpoint Junior Tackle Football for at least three years and played high school football for four years (barring injuries)
April 10  Southside Elementary
  • Must have attended Southside Elementary in Sandpoint for at least 3 years
April 10  Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2453  
  • Must be any type of family member of a Veteran, Active, Retired, or Reservist who has served or serving the U.S. military
  • Be pursuing an academic or vocational education program leading to a degree or certification
April 10  Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 890
  • Have a Veteran, Active, Retired, or Reservist family member that has served or is serving in the U.S. Military
  • Email completed application to jadcdavis@yahoo.com
April 10  Women Honoring Women  
  • Applicant must be a female continuing educational goals
  • Must demonstrate Women Honoring Women qualities and values
April 12  Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness 
  • No minimum GPA or commitment to higher education required
April 12  Northern Lights Educational Scholarship
  • Parent/Guardian must be a member of Northern Lights
  • Must be senior graduating high school or a current undergraduate student 
April 12  Northern Lights Lineman Scholarship
  • Parent/Guardian must be a member of Northern Lights or an employee of Northern Lights
  • Must be going into lineworker school 
     
April 15  Pend d"Oreille  Chapter #62 Order of the Eastern Star
  • Be a student graduating high school and attending college or trade school in the fall
     
April 15 Priest River Development Corp.
  • Complete all sections
April 15   Rotary Club of Newport & Priest River   
  • Resident of West Bonner County School District or Pend Oreille County
  • Must complete high school or have a GED
  • Be enrolled in a Junior College, University, or Trade School.
  • Financial Need
     
April 15
Sarah Jones Scholarship (B.A.S.I.C.) 
  • Must live in Blanchard
     
April 15  Selkirk Association of Realtors    
  • Children and grandchildren of Selkirk Association of Realtors members in Bonner and Boundary counties (including sponsors and affiliates) are eligible
     
April 15 Yount Daycare Center Scholarship 
  • Complete all sections
April 29 Bo Kirk Memorial 
  • Live in Priest River area
April 29 Priest River Lions Club 
  • Applicant must have demonstrated involvement and promotion of community events
April 30  Alvie C. Jeffres Memorial 
  • Financial need
  • Commitment to advance career at a higher level and achieve success through hard work and determination
April 30 Idaho Forest Group 
  • Student must be a dependent of a current Idaho Forest Group Employee
April 30 Lexi Minish Memorial Scholarship
  • Must be pursuing post-secondary education in fall
April 30 McDonald's of Newport 
  • 2.5 GPA 
  • HS senior enrolled at Newport or Priest River
May 1 Dave Schlotthauer Memorial 
  • Complete Application
May 1  Glenard Johnson Charitable Fund  
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Financial need
  • Proof of school and community activity
May 1  Kaniksu Lodge #97  
  • Include current photograph
  • Include essay that answers the question: "Why should I receive a scholarship", and include life goals
May 1  Mary Lou & Robert Naccarato Scholastic & Activity Award
  • Complete application
May 1 Priest River Lioness Club
 
  • Cover Page
  • An essay on community service with descriptions, dates and # of hours for each service listed (services must be signed by project advisors)
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
  • Brief statement on post-secondary institute attending
May 1
Priest River Wrestling Club   
  • You must donate 10 hours of coaching time to the little guy practices throughout your 4 year high school career
  • You must go to at least one tournament and help coach throughout your 4 year high school career
  • Not required to be a PRWC member
May 1 Ranch Club Jr. Golf   
  • Student must be a senior in high school
  • Student is or has been involved in the Ranch Club Jr. Golf program either as a student or coach for two years while attending school
May 1 Spartan Booster Club Program   
  • Senior graduating from PRLHS
  • Must be a senior participating in athletics
  • 2.0 GPA
  • Must have displayed above average qualities in leadership, character and school services while in high school
May 1 Wade Egolf Memorial   
  • Scholarship is need based
  • A graduate of PRLHS
  • Enrolled at North Idaho College for Auto Mechanics, Diesel Mechanics, Carpentry or Welding (preference given to Welding)
May 1 West Bonner County Education Association (WBCEA)  
  • Applicant must be sponsored/recommended by a teacher
  • Need to fill out application
May 10  Priest Communities Care
  • Family has been affected by a serious illness
May 15 Stoneridge Golf Club   
  • Senior in high school
  • Have an active interest in golf as a sport and as a leisure activity and/or participate on the school's golf team
  • Preference will be given to students who have participated in volunteer events at Stone Ridge or been employed by Stoneridge
May 16 Merritt Brothers Lumber Company 
  • Complete application
     
May 31  NIBCA - Janice Wymer Higher Education Scholarship
  • Must be pursuing a career in a building related field in the fall


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