The College Preparatory High School At Madison: Scholarships
An important part of any college education is financing. The first step is to fill out a FASFA, and then begin looking for scholarships.
Many colleges will award scholarships based on academics or athletics, but even the students who receive these often need additional resources.
A great place to start looking for aid is the state of Missouri.
The A+ Program is fantastic for helping students through a two-year college. Many students elect to spend their first two years of college at community/junior college and then move on to somewhere else to finish their degree.
Bright Flight: To be eligible for the Bright Flight scholarship, a student must be a Missouri resident and US citizen and make a 31 or above on the ACT, and above a 790 Critical Reading and 780 Math on the SAT. The estimated award for the 2012-2013 academic year is $1,750.