With any scholarship, your counselor can help with your application, provide transcripts, and write letters of recomendation.
School District U-46 has been actively updating scholarships on Naviance. As we work more with Naviance, that information should be increasingly up-to-date. Please track which of these scholarships you apply for and receive through Naviance too! The listed scholarships on these pages still provide a detailed overview of scholarships and deadlines as you plan on what scholarships you might apply for. Because scholarships are constantly in flux, these pages provide a strong starting point for research even if they do not always provide the end-point for applications.
Streamwood High School also list scholarship information on the daily bulletin on in this Google Doc.
General Information on Scholarships
Here are four critical things to know about scholarships:
- With any scholarship applications: you should NEVER have to pay to apply for a scholarship!
- The most common source for scholarships is from the school you will be attending. Most of these scholarships are part of the financial aid package.
- The next most likely source of scholarships are from local organizations. There will be far less competition for local scholarships than for state or national scholarships.
- The scholarship search engines (many are listed below) can provide lots of information, but they also are commercial sites that will want to send you advertising and multiple e-mails a day.
We have additional Scholarship Information and Sources in the following categories: Please click on the link below to go to the section. Scholarship sources are sorted by type (local, state, etc.) then by date due when we have been able to find updated information. Scholarship due dates may change slightly from year to year based on where a weekend falls, but are fairly consistent.