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Scholarship Bulletin

SPS Scholarship Bulletin

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Scholarships are a type or grant (monetary gift) for students use in paying for after high school training and college programs. Scholarships are available for students as early as Elementary and continue through Grad School. Federal and State programs provide over 46 billion dollars in student aid and private companies, community organizations, civic groups, foundations and religious organizations provide an additional 3 billion dollars in scholarships.

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A comprehensive scholarship list can be found on Naviance (all SPS 6th-12th grade students have 24/7 access to Naviance) and the following websites.

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Are you aware of or sponsoring scholarships that are not on this list? Fill out our Scholarship Form to be added to Naviance.

12/31/2022 – Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement Award

Amount:  up to $6000
Deadline: December 31
Seniors only: Yes

Awards ranging from $1,000 to $6,000 will be given to qualifying students who are blind or visually impaired.

Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement

12/31/2022 – Vocational Training HQ’s Scholarship

Amount:  $3000 annually
Deadline: December 31
Seniors only: Yes

Each year Vocational Training HQ’s Scholarship offers three scholarships to students attending universities, colleges, and other academic and non-academic institutions in the U.S.

We are proud to award $3,000 annually to qualifying applicants.

Every year we select three applicants based on their essay and award them first, second, and third place grants.

Vocational Training Scholarship

01/01/2023 – MIT Think Scholarship

Amount: $1000
Deadline: January 01
Seniors only: Yes

THINK is an annual science research and innovation competition for high school students. Rather than requiring students to have completed a research project before applying, THINK instead caters to students who have done extensive research on the background of a potential research project and are looking for additional guidance in the early stages of their project.

MIT Think Scholarship website

01/13/2023 – Washington NASA Space Grant

Amount: up to $5000
Deadline: January 13
Seniors only: Yes

Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium annually offers scholarships to incoming first-year students planning to study science, technology, engineering, or mathematics at the University of Washington.

These competitive scholarships are open to accomplished high school seniors, Running Start students, and Early Entrance students. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and Washington state residents.

Awards are based on high school academic achievement, personal essays, community involvement, and future academic promise.

Washington NASA Space Grant website

01/20/2023 – Engineers of the Future Scholarship

Amount: $40,000
Deadline: January 20
Seniors only: Yes

The Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship awards 400 high school seniors each year with a $40,000 scholarship for college, plus a guaranteed paid internship at Amazon. For high school seniors seeking to continue their computer science or engineering education in college, the Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship program can make all the difference for a bright and developing future.

Engineers of the Future Scholarship website

02/01/2023 – Stephen L. Squires SWSIS Scholarship

Amount: up to $10000
Deadline: February 1
Seniors only: Yes

This award is for women pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees in cybersecurity. Successful candidates must have overcome adversity, such as a learning disability, bullying, or discrimination. The award amount varies from $5,000 to $10,000. You must be a U.S. citizen to be eligible.

Stephen L. Squires Scholarship website

02/28/2023 – Washington State Opportunity Scholarship

Amount: $22,500
Deadline: February 28
Seniors only: Yes

The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) supports low- and middle-income students pursuing eligible high-demand majors in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or health care and encourages recipients to work in Washington state once they complete their degrees.


Washington residents with a high school diploma or equivalent by June 2017, pursuing a STEM major, enrolling full time in a Washington state college or university are eligible

Washington State Opportunity Scholarship website