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Scholarships

The following information on this website represents a comprehensive list of scholarships provided to Dysart School District counselors. None of the scholarships are provided by or are affiliated in any way with the Dysart Unified School District.

There are scholarships that target students of every type and talent. Depending on academics, talent, commitment, involvement, ethnicity, financial need, and/or life events, students have a chance of receiving scholarship money.

Research is the key word when discussing scholarships. Students must take the time to do research if they plan on receiving money. Parents, teachers, and counselors can direct students to the proper places for research; however, they cannot do the research and work for you. District counselors advise students to begin their research as early as Fall of your Junior year. While most scholarships are available to seniors, there are scholarships out there for students of all ages.

Students who are serious about researching scholarships typically can spend ten or more hours a week researching scholarships, sending away for applications, and writing essays.

For questions regarding scholarships, please contact your school counselor.


Dell Scholars Program
Deadline: Dec 01, 2019
Amount: $20,000, a laptop, and textbook credits
Eligibility: GPA: 2.40, 12th Grade, This is a need-based program for students who qualify for Pell Grants. The students only need a 2.4 GPA in order to qualify, but must show drive, determination, and motivation to succeed. 300 awards are provided yearly, along with other academic assistance to ensure the student has all of the support resources to make it through their bachelor's program.
Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
Deadline: Jan 10, 2020
Amount: $2,500 to $25,000
Eligibility: GPA: 2.70, 12th Grade, These scholarships are for students who are racially designated as Asian-Pacific Islanders according to U.S. Census criteria. They are for candidates who live at or below the poverty level, show good academic achievement, and have a minimum high school GPA of 2.7. They will be the first in their family to attend college. Check the website because there are more types of scholarships available than just this general fund scholarship for Asian and Pacific Islanders.