2013-14 Santiago High School
 Local Scholarships List

 
 

The following is a list of local scholarships and the eligibility requirements that will be available for 2013/14. Local Scholarships Application Packets are due in the Collge & Career Center located in the Library by 3:00 pm Friday February 7, 2014.  Only apply for scholarships for which you are eligible.

 

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Alexis N. Betancourt Memorial Scholarship: Santiago High School Aquatics

Student must have been a part of the Santiago Aquatics program for at least 3 years. GPA: 3.0 and must have community services hours. Plans on attending a four year college and/or university as a full time student as verified by the institution. Write a brief biographical essay.

 

Best Buddies Scholarship

Student with disabilities:  Special Education student who has participated in the Best Buddies Program for at least 1 year:  Need for financial assistance to participate in a city/state program (camp, school program).

Student in General Education:  Graduating Senior who has participated in the Best Buddies program for at least 1 year; financial need for college (2yr/4yr): 3.0 GPA; essay required.

 

California School Employees Association (CSEA)

2.0/+ GPA, parent/guardian must be a “Classified” employee in the Corona-Norco district, additional application required.

 

Cameron Paige Aguirre Memorial Scholarship

Given to a student who received special education services taking Basic, Essential or LH classes and wises to further their education at college level or in a community based Work Ability program to improve their skills.  GPA 2.0 or above; financial need; interview required.

 

Catholic Daughters of America

Student must be a Catholic registered in a parish in the Corona-Norco area with a 2.5 or above GPA, have financial need, extra-curricular & community involvement.  Additional application required.

 

Cinco de Mayo

 2.0/+ GPA, good character, i.e. citizenship, leadership, initiative, competency, and responsibility; definite plans to attend a 2 or 4 year college in the fall; financial need.

 

Circle City Kiwanis Ms. Granados Scholarship

Good citizenship, leadership in school, community and church affiliated activities, no grades lower than a “C”, financial need, interview required.

 

Corona Girls Softball Association

Past player with CGSA, high school softball player or team manager.

 

Corona Host Lions Club

 Enrollment in a 2 or 4 year college in the fall, no grades lower than a “C”, community service, and financial need.

 

Corona-Norco Management (CNMA) Association

3.5/+ GPA, 4 year college-bound, leadership, work well with others, community service, financial need, interview required.

 

Corona-Norco Teachers Association (CNTA)

Child of a CNUSD teacher or plans to become a teacher, enrolled in college prep classes, community service, leadership role in school or community, no grade lower than a “C”, financial need, and interview required.

 

Corona Police Officers Association    

2.5/+ GPA, plans to pursue education in area of law enforcement, financial need.

 

Corona Police Community Partnership (John Cleghorn Scholarship

2.5/+ GPA, interest in law enforcement, financial need.

 

Corona Rotary Club (Gordon H. Duncan Scholarship)

Top 10% of class, plans to attend a 4 year university, leadership, community service, financial need, interview required.

 

Eagle Glen Dental Scholarship

Plans to attend a 4 year university, interested in pursuing a career in the medical or dental field.  Financial need and Interview required.

 

Goodie Randhawa Memorial Scholarship

Good citizenship, leadership in school or community, participation in philanthropic activities (i.e. volunteering, participating in charitable causes), no grades lower than a “C”, indicate financial need, interview required. Student is to write an essay on compassion.

 

HUNO Club Scholarship

Must have been a member of HUNO club at least one semester their junior year and currently active as a member during their senior year.

 

Its Our Hope

 Must be actively involved in community and have at least 20 hours of community service and has demonstrated practical citizenship in school and community.

 

Kenneth Whitcomb Vocational Scholarship

2.0 GPA, financial need, citizenship, definite vocational educational plans to attend a community college, business college or technical school.

 

California Retired Teacher Association (CalRTA) Corona-Norco Division Scholarship

3.0/+ GPA, plans to become a teacher, will enroll full-time at a 2 or 4 year college in the fall, community service, interview required.

 

Roger Miller Memorial Scholarship

2.5/+ GPA, proof of acceptance to a trade/technical, 2 or 4 year college.

 

Soroptomist Club of Corona

 Female, 2.0-3.0 GPA, plans to attend vocational school/community College, financial need, interview required.
 
Santiago High School Counseling Scholarship

The Santiago High School Counseling Department Scholarship is open to all students who have been of service to the Santiago High School community through one of the many service clubs or classes.  Students who participated in the following programs are strongly encouraged to apply:

-          Upper or Lower Student Services Office Aid

-          Link Crew

-          Peer Counseling
-          UNITY
-          In the Loop
-          AVID Tutor

Students must:

* Be a senior

* Have been officially enrolled in the service class for at least 1 semester

* Served the SHS school community through a service club or class

* Plan to pursue an educational program post high school (i.e. community college, four year   

    university, career and technical education. . . ).

* Earn a high school diploma by the end of this academic school year

Complete a Local Scholarship Application with all supporting documentation for consideration for this scholarship.  All application packets should be submitted to the College & Career Center located in the Library by 3pm Friday February 7, 2014.  If you need help with the application, please drop by the College & Career Center and speak with Ms. Machado.

 

Women’s Improvement Club of Corona

Plans to attend college, community service, and interview required.  

Last Modified on December 5, 2013