Greeley Central High School students --empowered to use their voices-- take ownership of their futures, become contributing leaders of society, and develop as resilient, culturally competent citizens. Students are socially, emotionally and academically prepared individuals who choose an appropriate career or college path and experience their best lives in tomorrow's world.
THE GCHS SCHOOL COUNSELING
While providing a safe, nurturing environment, all school counselors collaborate and advocate with students, families and community stakeholders supporting a challenging and equitable education. We empower all students to become leaders and the best versions of themselves socially, emotionally, and academically reflecting Pride, Class, and Dignity in an ever-changing society.
College/University Application Deadlines for Fall 2021
University of Northern Colorado Scholarships: March 1st
Aims Community College Scholarships: March 1st
Colorado State University Scholarships: March 1st, 11 pm
Colorado State University Application: February 1st
CU-Boulder Scholarships: February 15
CU Boulder Application (Common App): January 15
FAFSA (Free application for federal student aid)
THIS APPLICATION GETS YOU ACCESS TO $$$! but, YOU MUST HAVE AN fsa id FOR BOTH YOU AND YOUR PARENT FIRST! vISIT THE FAFSA WEBSITE. Click on "Create Account"; "Get Started"
EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FOR COMPLETING THE FAFSA (and more) IN OCTOBER OR NOVEMBER!! College Board Scholarship
JBS Aims Scholarship: for children of parents who work at JBS. FREE two-year tuition and fees! (Limit one child per household). Email Mrs. Villarreal if you think you qualify!
West Greeley Conservation District Scholarship hosts a scholarship award program annually for eligible graduating high school seniors whose families live within WGCD boundaries and are taxpayers to the District. Applicants must be enrolled full-time to attend a Colorado institution of higher learning with studies focused on agriculture, conservation, natural resources, or related degree fields in the Fall. Student has earned a 3.0 or better grade point average (GPA). $10,000 Scholarship Application packets are due by 4 p.m. DEADLINE EXTENDED to April 9th!
National Council of Jewish Women Scholarship The scholarship is available to all eligible women that will be attending an accredited higher education institute in the Fall of 2021. This includes women that will either be attending a college/technical school for the first time, perhaps continuing their education, or might be returning later in life to an accredited higher education institute in the Fall of 2021. This summer, we will be awarding a number of scholarships to those that identify as Jewish women and are Colorado residents. The Awards Brunch will be held in Denver on Sunday, June 13, 2020 (COVID protocols allowing). We encourage all eligible women within the state to apply. Due April 7th.$1000 - toward a 2-year or 4-year degree in Architecture; Engineering; Construction Management; Environmental Studies; Landscape Architecture. Due April 9th.
Women's Energy Network of Colorado Scholarship Must be female, attend high school and in senior year and reside in Colorado; S.T.E.M. major with an intent to focus studies or pursue a career in energy; Must have an average 3.5 GPA with proof from high school transcript and high school administrator’s contact information; Must plan to attend an accredited 4-year university. Due April 23rd
Weld Country Sheriff's Youth Advancement Scholarship: Submit one letter of recommendation; 500-word essay answering "What is the biggest obstacle facing law enforcement in the coming decade?"' transcript. Due April 30th.
American College Foundation Visionary Scholarship: All high school students 9-12 grade are eligible to apply. Over $100,000 in scholarships availabe to students in the USA.
B. Davis Scholarship: Available to juniors and seniors. No age restriction, but include your name and the school you are attending this year and next. Write an essay of 1000 words on this topic: Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe these traits are so important and how you feel they are developed in an individual. Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 22.
PB&J Scholarship: For students who have experienced personal challenges that may not have allowed them to perform well academically. Examples may include medical, peer issues, or family issues. (High GPA is not needed to qualify!) Due May 26
Big Sun Athletic Scholarship: Send an essay answering: (500 - 1,000 words)
- How did your participation in sports during your high school years influence you?
- Has your participation influenced your career goals? to athleticawards at bigsunathletics.com
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