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Secretary
Mary Blanco
972.923.4600 x508
mblanco@wisd.org
2016-2017 Scholarships
All Scholarship applications are available online. Students must download information about individual scholarships. Students who do not have access to computers at home may use computers in the Library.

Once you have printed the scholarship application please check for the deadline date and where to turn in or mail the completed application.

Due to confidential information, all completed applications MUST BE sealed in an envelope with student name and the name of the scholarship on the outside. Students: It is your responsibility to supply the envelope.

All deadline dates must be met as stated on the application forms. There will be no exceptions.

Many scholarships are going to an online process. If you have a problem accessing the links to any of the above scholarships, please contact the webmaster so that we may correct the problem.

Scholarships 2016-2017


   
Name Deadline Region
School for Allied Health Professionals Scholarship OPEN University
College Week Live Scholarship Monthly National
University Tutor  Monthly  National 
Ozarka Earth Science Scholarship  May 26, 2017   
The Stanton LLP Scholarship  June 16, 2017  State 
Scholarships for Psychology Majors  VARIES  National 
American Indian College Fund VARIES National
CKSF Scholarship Competition  VARIES  National 
Common Knowledge Scholarship OPEN National

Unique Scholarship Opportunities

 Scholarship Websites      
 American Indian College Fund
 VARIES
National
 Common Knowledge Scholarship
 OPEN
National
 Navarro College      
 Student Scholarships     State
 ApplyTexas 400 Scholarships   State
 Cappex Scholarship Search        National
 The American Legion     National
 DoSomething.org Scholarships  

National
 Reviews.com
 SAT and ACT Test Preparation Courses
   
 7 Overlooked College Fees  
 Working Through College      
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