Boyne City High School Scholarship Listing

                   IMPORTANT!! Submit FAFSA by the March 1st deadline

Scholarship

Application

Requirements

Duedate

Burger King Scholarship

Website link here

 

Access key: BKS

2.5+GPA; work 10 hours per week; evidence of community service

Feb. 1st

MEA Scholarship

Website link here

Attending a Michigan college or vocational school; academic achievement; community service; extracurricular activities

Feb. 12th

Michigan Society of Professional Engineers

Website Link here

3.0+ GPA, ACT composite score of 26 or above; accepted into a university engineering program

Feb. 15th

Zonta International: Young Women in Public Affairs

Website link here

Female student with commitment to volunteerism; evidence of leadership and international awareness

Mar. 1st

Rosa Parks Scholarship

Website link here

2.5+ GPA; describe financial need; application and essay

Mar. 1st

Boyne City Booster Foundation

BCHS Counseling Office

Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better; applicants apply for scholarship in Academics, Art, or Athletics

Mar. 1st

Boyne City Rotary Scholarship

BCHS Counseling Office

High school senior accepted at accredited college, university, or technical school.

Mar. 1st

Friends of the Boyne River; Marie Zoberski Scholarship

BCHS Counseling Office

High school senior planning a career in marine biology, conservation, watershed management, water quality, horticulture, or related fields.

Mar. 1st

Bay Winds Federal Credit Union Scholarship

Website link here

Under “Just for students”

High school senior entering accredit college, university, or technical school

Mar. 26th

Charlevoix County Community Foundation

Website link here

 

Must be submitted in triplicate

To BCHS counseling office no later than March 24th

 

Mar. 31st

Christy Gill Memorial Scholarship

BCHS Counseling Office

High school female senior entering accredited college, min. GPA of 3.0

Mar. 31st

Michigan State Troopers

BCHS Counseling office

3.25+ GPA; community service; demonstrated leadership

Apr. 1st

Michigan Oil & Gas Producers Education Foundation

BCHS Counseling office

3.0+ GPA; accepted for enrollment in Michigan college or university; field of study toward employment in crude oil or natural gas industry

Apr. 1st

 

National Morel Mushroom Festival Scholarship

BCHS Counseling office

High school senior pursuing a major in biology, environmental science or culinary arts

Apr. 2nd

Charlevoix Area Hospital Guild

BCHS Counseling office

High school senior entering accredited college or professional practice in health care

Apr. 15th

Boyne City Education Association Scholarship

Information & Application

Must be recommended by a BCEA member (teacher).

May 6th  

 

 

IMPORTANT!! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be filed after January 1st; to file the FAFSA go to www.fafsa.ed.gov

 

IMPORTANT!! When filing the online FAFSA, both the student and one parent MUST have a pin number; to obtain a pin number, go to www.pin.ed.gov. A social security number is required to obtain a pin.

 

There are several websites available to obtain good scholarship information. A few of them are listed below:

 

www.fastweb.com

www.finaid.org

www.cappex.com

www.meritaid.com

www.michigan.gov/mistudentaid

www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov