Whether your senior has earned a scholarship based on financial need, merit, athleticism, community service, or another talent or skill, it's a reason to celebrate! Parents, this is your big chance to brag about your teen's accomplishments and share the list of scholarships and grants awarded.
You know the next step for your graduate is often expensive, and every little bit of financial help is greatly appreciated. For some of our students, scholarship money will go towards college tuition, while others will use it to purchase the tools, clothing, and equipment needed to launch their careers. By sharing your teen's good fortune, we can celebrate with you and better advise our junior class on their career, college, and life plans.
• By Friday, May 6th, please complete a separate Scholarship Reporting Form for each grant
and scholarship your teen has been awarded.
• It's important to report this information accurately. Please do not report any grants or
scholarships that your teen does not plan to use next year, such as those offered by a
college or university that they do not plan to attend.
• All grants and scholarships reported and/or issued on Scholarship Night will be listed in the
graduation program and on our website.
• Any information regarding the type of scholarships, whether they were for need or merit,
will not be advertised. However, this information will help guide our counselors, administrators,
and school committee to best serve our students and their families.