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Now that you’re in high school, hundreds of scholarships have instantly become open to you! But, you have to apply in order to win. Get an early start with these scholarships for high school freshmen, and help build your college savings fund before you graduate.
High school juniors who get a head start on applying for scholarships can have fewer things to worry about during their senior year. Plus, there are hundreds of scholarships available for 11th graders! So, discover the opportunities waiting for you in this list of scholarships for high school juniors.
You’ve finally made it to your senior year and are ready to rule the school! Just make sure your savings for school ready to take on college, too. Scholarships for high school seniors can help! Check out this list of scholarships for 12th graders and apply online.
Don’t let the sophomore slump set in. Continue your search for free college dollars with this list of scholarships for high school sophomores. There could be hundreds, even thousands, of scholarship dollars that you may be qualified for. Browse our directory here, and apply online today.
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