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With their unique schooling, homeschool students may be eligible for scholarships based on their non-traditional education. There are several organizations, schools, and private donors that offer homeschool scholarships to help students obtain a college degree. Since many homeschooled students don’t have access to a high school guidance department, it’s important to inquire about scholarship opportunities through the community, churches, parents’ employers, and an online scholarship search that includes homeschool scholarships and resources. You can also browse our directory of homeschool scholarships below and start applying for college money today!

Patriot’s Pen Essay Writing Contest

U.S. students enrolled in grades six through eight are eligible for this award. Students must submit a typewritten essay between 300 and 400 words in length on the current year’s topic.

Total: $1000

Awards: 54

Deadline: October 31, 2020

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Gold Medal Portfolio Award

The Scholastic Awards look for work that demonstrates originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. This award is for students attending U.S. or Canadian schools, or American schools abroad. Students must be in grades 7-12 and submit a written work or original work of art.

Total: $19000

Awards: 46

Deadline: December 01, 2020

George Snow High School Scholarship

The George Snow Scholarship Fund was set up in1982 as a memorial to George Snow, a Boca Raton developer who lost his life in a helicopter accident in 1980. The fund aims to help deserving students within the community achieve their career goals through their pursuit of higher education. Successful applicants can attend the college, university or technical school of their choice as long as it is accredited. The George Snow Scholarship Fund offers a wide variety of scholarships, each with their own criteria. However, the most common criteria is that applicants demonstrate financial need, motivation to do their best and to help themselves/others. Amounts vary, but the average award in 2019 was $12,500.00.

Total: $12500

Awards: 10

Deadline: February 01, 2021

WMU Foundation Scholarships

The WMU Foundation provides a variety of scholarships for Southern Baptist missionary kids and individuals preparing for missions service. It was set up in 1995 by Dr. Dellanna O’Brian, a former executive director of national Women’s Missionary Union (WMU). They also have two available endowments for Missionary Kids and their homeschooling missionary parents.

Total: $5000

Awards: 5

Deadline: February 01, 2021

Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest

U.S. residents aged 14 or older who will be attending school in the fall are eligible to participate. Applicants must design a greeting card.

Total: $10000

Awards: 1

Deadline: March 09, 2021

Tortoise Young Entrepreneurs Scholarship

The Tortoise Young Entrepreneurs Scholarship is being offered to Kansas and or Missouri area high school seniors and college students who have demonstrated an entrepreneurial initiative. Applicants must also meet the academic requirements, including a 3.3 or higher grade point average.

Total: $1666

Awards: 3

Deadline: March 01

Concert on the Green Poster Contest

This award is available for U.S. students in grades 4-12 who are 19 years of age or younger. Students must be a resident of Clay County, Florida and be a student in a Clay County School (grades K-12, public or private).

Total: $583

Awards: 9

Deadline: March 15

Michigan Homeschooled Faith Scholarship

This scholarship is available for homeschooled students in Michigan who are practicing and active Catholics. Applicants must attend Ave Maria University in Florida to be eligible for the award.

Total: $28000

Awards: 6

Deadline: April 01

Concert on the Green Young Artists Concerto Scholarship Competition

This award is available for U.S. students in grades six through twelve who are residents of Clay County, Florida and attend a Clay County school. Students must be 19 years of age or younger and demonstrate an interest in music.

Total: $1000

Awards: 4

Deadline: April 15

2020 STOP THE BLEED® Scholarship Program

In order to be eligible, you must be a student attending high school in the United States and its territories. Home schooled students who would otherwise be attending high school are also eligible.

Total: $27000

Awards: 9

Deadline: May 10

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