Scholarships & Important Info for Seniors


(Newest Listed First)

Hagan Scholarship

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen.

  • Must attend an Eligible Public High School.

  • Must have achieved a 3.75 Cumulative Grade Point Average.

  • Must enroll at an Eligible Four-Year College or University the first semester following high school graduation.

  • Must maintain a four year or less graduation schedule in college.

  • Must work 240 hours during the twelve months prior to fall semester college enrollment.

  • Preferred employment is regularly scheduled work performed under supervision for compensation.

  • Must provide the FAFSA SAR showing the EFC. Must be Pell Grant eligible. The family EFC does not have to be paid, it is used only to determine disbursement amounts.

  • Must apply for Federal and State grants if eligible.

  • For additional information or an application go to

Magna Track

  • Designed for students who are not planning to attend college right away

  • Full time employment upon completion

  • Must be a current high school senior

  • Successful completion of the application process

  • Letter of recommendation

  • Participate in the interview process

  • Commit to participate in all requirements of the MSSC-M3 Course

  • Application deadline is November 15, 2021

  • See your counselor for additional information or an application

Voice of Democracy VFW

  • Open to students in grades 9-12

  • Application deadline is October 31

  • Prizes and scholarships can be awarded at the Post, District, State and National level

  • Top scholarship is $30,000

  • See your counselor for an application and contest rules



  • Must be a highschool senior

  • Award amount of $1,000 with potential to receive for 4 years

  • Essay writing contest to highlight the importance of community banking to the local economy.

  • For complete details or an application go to

  • Or speak to your counselor

  • Application deadline is Friday, February 25, 2022


Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC)

  • The scholarship covers 100% of undergraduate tuition, books,uniforms, and includes a monthly subsistence allowance.

  • The program runs concurrently with a student’s normal college educational course of study. 

  • NROTC students attend classes in Naval Science, participate in unit drill and physical training, and other activities.

  • Students are taught the leadership principals and high ideals of a military officer.

  • During the summer students participate in a variety of training courses. These periods of instruction help students understand different career options, as well as familiarize them with a military life.

  • Upon graduation, students are commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the Marine Corps.

  • Students incur zero obligation by applying and can withdraw from the program at any time during the freshman year of college.

  • Students can simply visit to start the application process.

  • Minimum academic requirement of 1000 on SAT (Math plus critical reading)

  • Additionally the applicants must score at least 200 points on the Marine Corps Physical Fitness Test (consisting of a timed three mile run, crunches, and pull-ups/push-ups).

The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) 

  • Full tuition

  • Monthly Stipend

  • Score on the SAT

    • Math = 540

    • Verbal = 550

    • Combined = 1200

  • Apply for the Navy or Nurse Corps

  • For additional information go to

  • Minority Serving Institution Scholarship Reservation (MSISR) also available at