Paying for College
Please stop by the Career Center to see what other scholarships are available. Mr. Gallegos has a listing and information on how to apply. There will be more scholarships intended solely for Glendale High School students in the near future so stop by often to see what new scholarships are available.
On top of searching the particular school you plan on attending for scholarships here is the Glendale High School District Scholarship Guidebook, containing contact information for all schools, and financial aid information along with a listing in order of deadlines various scholarships you can apply to each based on their specific requirements.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students please discuss your options with your counselor or Mr. Gallegos in the Career Center. Also refer to the link below for additional resources.
Click on the link below to begin your Free Application for Federal Student Aid, this is free money for college that you do not have to pay back. You will need to provide the following information to complete the application:
1. Student name, social security number, address and filed taxes if that applies
2. Parent(s) name, social security numbers (are able to use zeros should they not possess numbers of their own), address and filed taxes or proof of income.
Consumer Affairs - resources for students and parents on college and career planning, studying for SAT,ACT, post graduation planning and more. Please visit the site by clicking on the link to see what they have to offer. https://www.consumeraffairs.com/college-career-planning/
Scholarship Application portal the Arizona Community Foundation allow you to fill out one application and be matched to many with one application. Click the link below to begin your scholarship match.
Earn to Learn - this is a savings account program in which students looking to attend ASU, UofA or NAU can set up a savings account and when you reach $500 in your account the university will give you $4,000 towards your education. In the end you will have a total of $4,500 to help pay for college. Click the link to learn more about the program.