Aragon School Code (CEEB):
Earn the Silver Sword Award
The Silver Sword Award is given to graduating Seniors for service to Aragon High School.
- 500 points over the four High School years is required for this award.
- Only 200 points for outside Community ...more
*Check out the JOBS board in the counseling office!*
If you can offer a volunteer opportunity, part-time job or internship, e-mail a description of the position to Laurie Tezak firstname.lastname@example.org or ...more
San Mateo OCA Scholarship Instructions
Applicants need to complete only one application to compete for all scholarships in this program. Last year we awarded ten scholarships and this coming year, we anticipate awarding at least 5 scholarships of $1,000 each. We also have an Arima scholarship focusing on community service for $2,000, and a Lew Family Scholarship to be awarded to a student who plans to enroll in a public policy major (field is open) for $2,000. This is a total of at least seven scholarships we will award in 2016.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Identify as Asian Pacific American;
- Intend to enroll in a college or university in the fall of 2016;
- Attend the Scholarship Awards Ceremony on Sunday evening, 01 May 2016.
If any of these conditions are not met, or if any part of the application is incomplete or any required documents are not submitted by the deadline, the application will be disqualified. Applicants not attending college in the fall 2016 will also be disqualified and the award will be withdrawn. Scholarships will be deposited with the Registrar of the selected college or university.
The following criteria will be utilized in selecting the successful applicants:
- Financial need;*
- Community service and volunteerism;
- Declaring a major in public policy (field open)
- Leadership and creativity;
- SAT scores and/or GPA.
*While financial need is a consideration for most scholarships, at least 1 scholarship will be awarded without any consideration of financial need. One will be awarded strictly on the basis of overall merit (e.g., SAT scores, GPA, honors, leadership, activities and achievements); and one will be awarded strictly on the basis of community service (e.g., volunteer activities, activism, and leadership in community service activities). One will be strictly awarded on the basis of interest in and commitment to a major in public policy.
Skyline College Presents the 36th Annual
Expanding your Horizons in Math and Science Conferences
A conference for 6th through 12th grade young women to learn about career opportunities at Skyline College, San Bruno
Earn 0.5 units of college credit by attending
Saturday, March 12, 2016 8:15 am to 3:00 pm
Skyline College 3300 College drive San Bruno
Must register to attend in advance.
Fee waivers available
Questions??? Call - (650) 738--4310 or (650) 738-4376
Find Registration and Conference information at the Skyline link below
Each summer, this program brings highly motivated young scholars in grades 7 to 11 to the Berkeley campus for six-week session of challenging and stimulating classes designed for both acceleration and enrichment.
For more information and application deadline please click the link below.
Barnard College in Partnership with Columbia College
SUMMER IN NEW YORK
Programs for rising high school junior and senior GIRLS
Applications taken until program is filled.
For more information about this very exciting pre-college summer program for girls visit the link below.
Welcome to Discover@Wheaton Summer College for High School Students
For: Rising Juniors and Seniors
Seeking a taste of a competitive liberal arts college?
Looking to earn transferable credit?
Discover@Wheaton is a young and vibrant program that brings students from across the country (and world) for a personal and in-depth pre-college experience. But what makes this program unique is just that—the experience.
For more information visit the link below