CCE Scholarship Application 2019
Did you attend Cunnigham Creek Elementary and are you enrolling in college in fall of 2019? Check out this scholarship.
Deadline April 15th, 2019
Gator Club of Historic St. Augustine
Are you attending UF in the fall? The Gator Club of Historic St. Augustine is accepting applications for scholarship opportunities for students graduating from a St. John’s County high school and who will be attending the University of Florida in the Fall 2019.
Deadline- April 1, 2019
Florida School Counselor Association High School Students Scholarship ($250)
high School students criteria:
- be current 12th grader on track to gradate during the current spring or summer; and,
- intent to enroll in a postsecondary institution in the upcoming summer or fall following graduation.
The application requires a 250-500 word essay answering:
“What would your ideal school counseling program look like? How would you want your school counselor to help you and your peers?”
Please submit our application and essay to: http://bit.ly/FSCA19StuSch.
Submission deadline date is April 1 at 5:00 p.m.
Sons of Italy in America, St Augustine Lodge #2780
The Sons of Italy in America, St Augustine Lodge #2780 will award two $1,000 scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. A scholarship may be provided for any current St. Johns County High School student with a demonstrable Italian-American heritage (of any proportion) and will be judged by the following primary criteria. Applicants must be a resident of St. Johns County and plan to be in a program of study in the fall of 2018 at an accredited educational institution above high school.
This may include a four year college or university, a two year community college, or a vocational/technical school. Additional evaluation criteria are described in the attached application package consisting of an Application and the description of the Award Process.
Deadline- April 17, 2019
Jacksonville Urban League Youth Scholarship
- Student must be currently enrolled and attending a public, private, or parochial high school for the 2018-2019 school year.
- Student must be a legal U.S. citizen and currently enrolled and attending an eligible high school within the counties of Duval,
St. Johns, Nassau or Clay within the state of Florida or the counties of Camden or Glynn within the state of Georgia.
- Student must be planning to enroll and will need to be accepted into an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution for the
2019-2020 school year to be eligible to receive the scholarship.
- Student must be planning to pursue a degree (or an equivalent) at an accredited US post-secondary institution during the
2019-2020 school year.
- Student must have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. GPA cumulative from Grade 9 and committee must be
provided with the student’s transcript from an authorized school faculty member.
Deadline- April 28, 2019
St. Johns County Horse Council Scholarship
Deadline- April 2nd, 2019
The Jarek Sonognini Scholarship
Jarek Sonognini was a senior at Creekside High School when on April 12, 2017 a tragic car accident took his life. Just weeks away from graduating, he was planning to pursue a degree to become a Diesel Technician. Many remember Jarek for his welcoming smile, his soft-spoken voice, and his kind heart. He also had a love for life that shone through when he spoke about his hobbies, his friends, and most of all his family.
Seniors, as you embark on your next phase of life, stop and think about the present. It is easy to take your days for granted and wish for time to move faster but we must remember that life offers no guarantees.
In collaboration with the Sonognini family, Creekside High School would like to offer a $500 scholarship to a Creekside senior planning to pursue his/her post-secondary education at a 4-year, 2 year, or technical school beginning in the 2019-2010 school year.
Requirements- Submit an essay answering this question, “You have been granted a free weekend next month. How will you spend it?”
Deadline- April 12, 2019. Please submit all essays to Mrs. Tippins in Guidance.
Recipient will be announced at Senior Awards Night in the Creekside Auditorium.
Michael Jarek Sonognini – First Coast Technical College Diesel Technology Program Scholarship
SJR State Collier-Blocker In-District Scholarship 2018-2019
The SJR State Collier-Blocker Minority In-District Scholarships are designed for residents of SJR State’s service district who would potentially otherwise not have the ability to attend college. A minimum total of 12 scholarships will be available each year to students from Clay, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties. This scholarship is for students at the Postsecondary Adult Vocational or Associate Degree level only (the scholarship will not cover Bachelor’s level coursework). Students are selected on the basis of their desire to pursue their education at SJR State and their demonstrated ability to succeed in college. The value of the scholarship includes tuition, fees, and all required textbooks for up to 36 semester hours of enrollment at SJR State per academic year in addition to a stipend for other expenses such as room and board and/or commuting expenses of $1,200 per year for full time students ($500 fall and spring and $200 summer) and $600 per year for part-time students ($250 fall and spring and $100 summer). The Collier-Blocker Scholarship cannot be used for Bachelor’s degree classes at St. Johns River State College.
Deadline- April 1, 2019
The Creekside Knights Athletic Booster Club is taking Scholarship Applications!- Due April 30th
·The CKABC Scholarship Board will award one $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior male athlete and one $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior female athlete.
St. Augustine Elks Lodge Educational Trust Fund Scholarships
This year there will be six $1,000.00 scholarships available to qualifying seniors in St. Johns County. Applicants must attend or have attended a high school within St. Johns County, be a resident of St. Johns County, and have at least one parent that is a St. Johns County resident. Applications are due back no later than April 15, 2019.
Applicants are selected based on the overall excellence of the student, and include community service, extracurricular activities and financial need, as well as academic achievement.