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Scholarships are a form of gift aid—money given to students that doesn’t have to be repaid.

Successful scholarship candidates:
Apply for many different scholarships
 Allow plenty of time to complete application requirements
Turn in error-free applications
Follow all application directions
Watch out for the fine print
Keep copies of completed applications
•Are thankful and gracious

Local Scholarship Application
  The local scholarship application is an application that Orange County High School students can submit in order to apply to a variety of locally sponsored scholarships. This year the application will be filled out and submitted online

The application for the 2016-2017 school year has closed check back February 2018 for the 2017-2018 application


Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarship Links- Click on the name of each scholarship to get more information, including the application. Make sure to read all eligibility requirements and double check that you are submitting all parts of the application. Good Luck! 

 Horatio Alger Career and Technical Scholarship June 15th
  •  Plan to complete high school by Spring 2017 with plans to enroll at a non-profit post-secondary institution
  • Plan to  pursue a career or technical program at an accredited non-profit institution
  • Demonstrate financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant)
  • For more information, visit their website
 Aspiring Nurse Scholarship June 30th
  •  High school seniors who plan to pursue college education in nursing

Germanna Community College
Students who plan to attend Germanna should make an account with Germanna's online scholarship system, OASIS (Online Automated Scholarship Information System) to apply for scholarships through Germanna. 

For more information, see Germanna's scholarship website

You can also search for additional scholarships you may be eligible for using scholarship search engines.
Popular Scholarship Search Engines:

Scholarship Sharing- A database of scholarships for VA and DC students