College Bound Scholarship

The College Bound Scholarship is an early commitment of state financial aid to cover tuition at public rates, some fees, and a small book allowance at over 65 eligible Washington post secondary institutions. The application is a two-step process. Typically, eligible students in 7th or 8th grade must begin an application by June 30 of their 8th grade year and complete it by August 31.   To receive the scholarship, high school students must fulfill program pledge requirements and meet residency and income requirements. Students must enroll within one year of high school graduation.  Click Here to Learn More

Washboard is committed to increasing access to scholarships and financial aid for Washington students. Launched in 2010, it is simple and free matching website for Washington students. Last year, nearly $12 million in scholarships were listed on This is a one application many scholarship site.  Click Here to Learn More


Our school is committed to providing our students with the best possible access to resources to pursue higher education. Because of this, we’re partnering with RaiseMe so that your students can start earning scholarship money for college starting as early as the 9th grade. RaiseMe currently partners with over 300 colleges around the country. Any high school student can earn scholarships for their good grades, their involvement in sport and clubs, and their community service hours. Signing up for RaiseMe is green and takes less than half an hour and could have a pay-out of tens of thousands in scholarship dollars for your child’s college education.  Click here to learn more

American Indian Endowed Scholarship

The American Indian Endowed Scholarship program provides educational scholarships on a competitive basis to high-achieving, low income resident students who have close social and cultural ties to an American Indian tribe or community within the state. Recipients demonstrate academic merit and a commitment to serve the American Indian communities in Washington. Click here to learn more

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