2020-21 scholarships will be updated as they become available to apply. Check this page periodically for new updates. Scholarships listed in italic type are past the deadline date. Applications/information for each scholarship can also be found in the Student Services office in the Scholarship Bin.
The College Board Opportunity Scholarships program has a variety of scholarship opportunities available to students as they complete the steps for applying to college. Scholarship deadlines vary so be sure to check out the information online for more college and scholarship information.
The Heisman High School Scholarship: eligible applicants are community-minded, who excel in the classroom (maintain at least a B average) and who participate in at least one sport. Deadline: October 20.
Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship: eligible applicants must be a US Citizen; however, they do not need to be related to a member of the Elks; applicants will be judged based on on leadership, financial need, and scholarship. Deadline: November 15
The Spirit of Prudential Community Award: this award program celebrates volunteerism! If you are in grades 5-12 and have participated in a volunteer activity in the last year, you are eligible to apply for this award. Students must complete and submit an online application to their school counselor/principal by November 5. Please see your counselor for more information!
Boston University Trustee Scholarship: eligible applicants rank at the top of their class and are strong leaders in both their school and their community. If interested in applying, students must submit their application for admission to Boston University, along with the Trustee Scholarship essay. Deadline: December 1.
NHS Scholarship: eligible applicants are seniors in good standing who are members of National Honor Society. Please see Mrs. McKinley for the application. Deadline: December 1.
The New York Credit Union Association Scholarship: Eligible applicants must be a member in good standing of a participating New York credit union. Judging will be based on both subjective criteria and weighted, objective criteria. These include academic achievements, extracurricular and community activities, essay, etc. Deadline: January 8, 2021
John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest: eligible applicants must submit an essay of 700-1000 words (with five sources) describing an act of political courage (at the local, state, or national level) by a U.S. elected official who served during or after 1917. More detailed essay contest information can be found online. Deadline: January 15, 2021
Elks Legacy Awards: eligible applicants must be a child or grandchild of a living Elk member in good standing; more information can be found online. Deadline: February 5
- Click the link and once on the homepage, select the “Students and Parents” tab at the top (right) of the page
- Select “Click to Login” towards the bottom of the page; this will open the Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars Student Center
- You should see “Don’t have an account yet? Create one here.” After selecting that option, type in Schuylerville Junior-Senior High School, under “High School Name” and select “Choose This School.”
- You will then see several pages of information to complete (only those with asterisks are required).
- For questions about the Dollars for Scholars Program, please contact Lisa Schwartz at email@example.com or by calling 518-695-3255, ext. 1352.