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Scholarship Resources: 

  • Coalition For College Access 
  • College Board Opportunity Scholarship- The College Board Opportunity Scholarship programs rewards students for their efforts and for taking initiative for their college career. Not only does the program reward students for the work they put into their college future, but it also guides them through the process! 

    This scholarship program is open to all students and it doesn't require an essay, application, or minimum GPA.

    Complete key steps along your path to college for a chance to earn scholarships.

  • Common Application (“Common App”) 

  • Common Black College Application 

  • FastWeb another scholarship matching website

  • GearUp

  • National College Resources Foundation 

  • National Scholarship Directory allows you to filter through thousands of scholarship opportunities to find the ones that are right for you! Explore the directory now! 

  • Raise Me-Start as early as 9th grade and earn scholarships from colleges for your achievements in high school, including for volunteering and taking the PSAT! The colleges include nearly 300 campuses across the country, including these Washington schools: Martin's University, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, The Evergreen State College, Whitman College, and Whitworth University. Visit the website for more information and start earning today! 
  • offers a Comprehensive Scholarship Resource Guide that includes information on Scholarships for College, How to Find Scholarships, How to Apply, and a Scholarship Directory. 
  • theWashBoard.Org A free scholarship search making it easier for Washington Students to efficiently find and apply for relevant scholarships.

  • Washington State Community and Technical Colleges (check individual schools/specific degree programs/pathways for specific application instructions)

Scholarships & Resources for African Americans:
At EduMed, we're always looking for ways to help students in healthcare and other fields achieve their college and career goals through the free resources we publish on our website. The latest example of our efforts is a new scholarships and resources guide we created specifically for African American students. 

Renton School District does not sponsor, endorse, or recommend any of the organizations, services or activities described in this information. This information is provided solely for the convenience of our students and parents to assist in their review of the safety and suitability of such organization service and activities.

Our school web pages may connect directly to outside web pages. Those direct connections contain information or resources deemed as useful or interesting for our parents or students. However, in the inter-connected world of web pages, we have no control over the content of indirect links to other pages and sources. We therefore advise caution and supervision when venturing beyond our school pages and their direct links.

Some scholarships are available in hard copies, see your Career Center Specialists in the Career Center for more information. 

Please check individual websites of each resource posted below for accurate and up-to-date information about deadlines, postponements, and rescheduling for applying or becoming involved in the organization.