A+ Information

A+ HELPS YOU PAY FOR COLLEGE! 

This program provides scholarship funds to eligible  graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools.  The information on this page is effective for the 2017-18 academic year, unless otherwise noted.

Please note:  many local 4-year universities offer scholarships for A+ students, even if they are not an A+ designated college/university.  Being an A+ student also looks great for college applications and scholarships!  Please see Mrs. Arney for details.

 

A+ Qualifications Checklist

Seniors must have met the following requirements at the time of graduation to qualify for the A+ Schools Financial Assistance. Status reports
 (indicating GPA, attendance, citizenship and tutoring hours) are sent home each semester to all A+ students.
Please verify the following items have been completed by coming by the A+ office and visiting with the Mrs. Arney, A+ Coordinator.
  •  Student has Social Security number on file in the A+ office.
  •  Signed A+ Agreement form is on file in the A+ Office.
  •  Attended Osborn R-0 School (or an A+ designated school) for 3 consecutive years prior to graduation.
  •  Cumulative GPA is at or above 2.5.
  •  Cumulative attendance is at or above 95%.
  •  Completed 50 hours of unpaid tutoring approved by A+ coordinator  (up to 12 hours of job shadowing may count toward this requirement)
  •  Received a Proficient or Advanced on the Algebra I End of Course assessment, starting with the class of 2015.
  •  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form has been filed.
  •  Give a copy of your Student Aid Repor (SAR) to the A+ Coordinator for your files.
  •  If male, registered with the selective service.
  •  Discipline records indicate citizenship standards are being met.

Important Links/Documents
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Sep 6, 2018, 12:20 PM
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