• Accessing these forms

    Dear parents and students,

    If you need help accessing any of these scholarship forms, please visit guidance. If you are unable to print out a form to complete, guidance staff or classroom teachers will be more than willing to print out the documents.

    For any questions or concerns, please reach out to guidance at 904-259-6280 and we will be glad to help.


Rotary Scholarship DEADLINE EXTENDER until May 10th, 2022

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  •  Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program

    The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program establishes lottery-funded scholarships to reward Florida high school graduates for high academic achievement. 

    Info for Florida Bright Futures

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  • Florida Gateway currently has some wonderful opportunities for students interested in receiving scholarship money for school:

    1. The Board of Trustee Scholarship will cover the cost of 12 credit hours  per Fall and Spring semester for the first two years of college for those that are selected. In order to qualify, the student must graduate high school with a 2.5 gpa or above. The student must also complete the online application. upload two letters of recommendation, upload a 500 word essay, and email it to bot.scholarship@fgc.edu . The link is listed below:


    • Florida Gateway College is also currently offering scholarships for Women’s Flag Football.  If you are interested in being recruited for flag football at FGC please email the current coach at  frank.huftyiv@fgc.edu


    • Florida Gateway College will also be offering scholarships for Women’s Softball. If a student Is interested in being recruited, please send emails to the athletic director until the coach is hired.  rebecca.golden@fgc.edu


    • Florida Gateway College will be recruiting students for its E-Sports team. If you are interested in competing against other colleges video game teams, then this is the perfect opportunity. Please email john.hartzog@fgc.edu  


    • Florida Gateway college is also offering scholarships for Women’s Cross country. If anyone is interested in Cross Country please email april.morse@fgc.edu


    • At the end of June the Foundation Scholarship will open for students to apply for the Fall semester. Please fill out the application with a 250 word essay. This scholarship is not guaranteed, and most times offered on a first come first served basis.


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  • At Florida Credit Union, we believe in the power of educational opportunities for our young members. We started out serving teachers, so education has always been a priority for us. Every year, we award three scholarships to students based on their scholastic record, future potential, leadership, initiative, character, dependability, integrity and financial needs. Students are eligible to apply if they, or their parents/guardian, are FCU members, and if the students are actively enrolled or plan to enroll in undergraduate college courses within the calendar year.

    The 2022 scholarship application submission deadline is February 9, 2022.

     The Servin-Ellis Scholarship Fund was originally established in memory of the first treasurer/manager of FCU, Oscar Servin. In 1997, the fund was renamed to also honor Dr. Jonnie Ellis, a board member who served from 1987 to 1997 and served as Chair from 1993 to 1996. The scholarship fund is awarded annually in May and is divided among more than one recipient. Interested applicants must first qualify by being an FCU member or having parent or guardian who is an FCU member.

    The 2022 scholarship application submission deadline is February 9, 2022.

    The Dr. John C. Rawls Scholarship was established in honor of Dr. John C. Rawls, a member of the Board of Directors since 1957. Over his 55 years of service, Dr. Rawls served on the board as President, Vice President, Secretary, Chair and Treasurer. During a nine-month period in the 1990s, he served as the interim CEO of the credit union until a new CEO could be found. This scholarship is open to students planning to further their education who are enrolled or plan to enroll during the current year in undergraduate or graduate study. Recently graduated high school students are not eligible for this scholarship. Interested applicants must first qualify by being an FCU member or having parent or guardian who is an FCU member.

    The 2022 scholarship application submission deadline is February 9, 2022.

  • Clay Electric Scholarship Application

      Youth Scholarship Program

    The Clay Electric youth scholarship program is funded by unclaimed money that would normally have to be turned over to the state. A 2003 bylaw amendment allows Clay Electric to keep this money in an educational trust to fund the scholarship program.  

    Application Deadline: Scholarship applications must be received by April 4, 2022

    The annual scholarship program is limited to any public, private or home schooled high school senior whose home (primary residence) is served by Clay Electric and who will be graduating from high school at the end of the applicable school year.

    The selections are based on community involvement, extra-curricular and academic achievements.

    To provide an equal representation of scholarship winners throughout the Clay Electric service area, no more than one student at a given public school can receive a scholarship, and not every school will have a scholarship recipient. Also, no more than one student representing the private/home school category can receive a scholarship. Please contact your local district office if you have any questions. 

    Clay Electric Youth Scholarship 2022 link to website

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    2021-2022 LMSA-West Canopy Scholarship

    Scholarship Application

    The LMSA-West Canopy Scholarship was developed in 2021 to assist future LMSA healthcare providers to provide better care to Spanish-speaking patients. The CanopyLearn Medical Spanish is a self-paced eLearning course and was created to eliminate the language barrier by empowering healthcare systems to invest in recognizing and supporting their bilingual staff, build capacity for deploying reusable multilingual content, and capture reimbursement for language services from payers. Three awards are awarded each year to one high school student, one medical student, and one resident/fellow.


    • Must be committed to pursuing a career in medicine and dedicated to serving the Latino and underserved communities.
    • Applicants should demonstrate a desire to advance the state of healthcare and education in Latino and underserved communities through leadership in extracurricular activities and/or membership in civic organizations.
    • Must be either a high school student, medical student, or resident/fellow in the 2021-2022 academic year.
    • Students are eligible to receive the scholarship regardless of immigration or citizenship status, as long as the university they attend will allow them to enroll and register for classes.
    • Strong consideration will be placed upon financial need.
    • Must be a dues-paying pre-med member of LMSA-West. (Can contact LMSA Executive Board for financial assistance if needed). Membership website: https://lmsa.site-ym.com/general/register_member_type.asp
    • Must be a resident or attending school within the LMSA-West region states (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho).
    • LMSA-West reserves the right to withdraw or withhold scholarship pending submission of necessary documents.


    APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 28th, 2022 at 11:59 PST. All application materials must ARRIVE by this date!

    It is the student's responsibility to submit a complete application and all supporting documents by the deadline. Extensions will not be granted. Incomplete or late application materials will result in ineligibility. All application materials should be submitted via email and attached in a single Adobe Acrobat PDF format titled LMSA-West Canopy Scholarship - Applicant Last Name, First Initial 2022 to VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net.


    1. COMPLETED APPLICATION: Application must be typed and shall not exceed the space provided. Signature page must be submitted by email. The signature page must be RECEIVED by February 28th, 2022 at 11:59 PST.
    2. VIDEO: A 60-90 second video explaining why it is important to learn Medical Spanish. Please upload it to your Google Drive or YouTube. When sending us the application, please paste the URL to the clip. It should be noted that the URL must be accessible to anyone who has the link. Acceptable format if uploaded to Google Drive is MOV. Please do not send any materials not requested.
    3. TRANSCRIPT(S): Submit unofficial transcript(s) from your respective institutions.Transcripts must be from the registrar’s office and show a cumulative GPA and course work to date. Official transcripts of winners will be required. (Residents/Fellows are exempt.)
    4. ENROLLMENT VERIFICATION: Please submit proof of enrollment at the institution you are currently attending.
    5. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: Please include a complete copy of your 2021-2022 Student Aid Report (SAR) and Financial Aid Award Letter. If you do not qualify for financial aid or did not apply, or have any extraordinary, unforeseen, or very unusual expenses, you may include up to 200 words on a separate sheet of paper. This should be separate from your personal statement. (Residents/Fellows are exempt.)


    Application requests, questions, and other inquiries should be sent to the above address or emailed to VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net Please title your email: LMSA-West Canopy Scholarship – Applicant Last Name, First Initial 2022.


    Determination of which scholarship to be awarded will be based on the information provided on the application and at the sole discretion of the selection committee.


      FGC Board of Trustees Scholarship

    The focus of the Board of Trustees Scholarship is to capture promising students with middle to upper GPA's and are distinguished by factors such as school/community involvement and service. This merit-based scholarship does not take into account financial need, but all FGC scholarship applicants must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.gov). https://floridagatewaycollege.wufoo.com/forms/q1i7s84k0m7eul7/

    Rayonier Scholarship

    To be eligible for the scholarship, the student must be a high school senior, attending high school within a 45-mile radius of the Jesup and/or Fernandina plans, and be accepted and enrolled in a relevant engineering program at one of the universities on our (RYAM) approved list. The $10,000 scholarship is paid over four years, and it also includes a guaranteed paid internship for the student as a rising junior. In addition, it will provide opportunities for great exposure within the company, which could possibly lead to a second internship or a permanent position. Deadling for completing the application at the link below is midnight January 6, 2022.

    Rayonier Advanced Materials (RYAM)



  • JCI Senators Foundation of Florida, Inc.

    Scholarship Programs


    Each year, the Florida JCI Senate Foundation grants two $1000.00 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who plan to continue their education at accredited post-secondary colleges, universities, or vocational schools. These scholarships are based on academic performance. We also grant a $1000.00 based on academic performance and financial need. We also administer a scholarship for a graduating Lakeland, Florida high school student using the same criteria. Checks awarded will be made out in the name of the recipient and the educational institution of the recipient’s choice.

    Applications must come from high school students who are U.S. Citizens graduating from a Florida accredited high school. This may include state approved home school and state approved GED programs, or Cyber School.
    The Foundation is a fully qualified, IRS approved 501 C (3) foundation. Our IRS tax ID number is 59-3091794. All contributions to the Foundation are deductible for federal income and estate tax purposes.

    Beginning in September of each year the foundation distributes to schools and board of educations throughout Florida the necessary application forms for determination of the recipients of scholarship grants. The deadline for the return of the completed applications forms to the state chairperson is available at: www.fljcisenate.org. The two top winners of the JCI Senate scholarship will then be sent to the US JCI Senate Foundation to be judged for an additional $1000.00 scholarship.

    A panel of judge’s reviews each application received, and the two top ranked applications are forwarded to the U.S. JCI Senate Foundation. The other two scholarships are also judged by and independent panel of educators who reviews the applications submitted from the state and the winners of the scholarship grants are selected by that panel and the 3 top applications are given to a panel of Florida JCI Senate Foundations trustees. The ultimate winner is then chosen by that panel.

    No limit is set on the number of grant applications that can be submitted by students attending any given secondary educational institution. Applications are judged based on student’s residence in Florida rather than the location of the college, university or vocational school the student plant to attend. The JCI Senators Foundation of Florida, Inc. is proud of all of its award recipients and, with the continued support of the JCI Senators of Florida as well as friends of the program that are interested in helping to fund this program, we look forward to making an even larger number of scholarships available in the future.

    The JCI Senators Foundation of Florida, Inc. is proud of all of its award recipients and, with the continued support of the JCI Senators of Florida as well as friends of the program that are interested in helping to fund this program, we look forward to making an even larger number of scholarships available in the future.

    An Application can be obtained at; http://www.usjcisenate.org/index.php/scholarship-program
    Currently, we have five Scholarships, which are outlined below.
    Please follow these instructions, as well as any listed under each description.


    Please read the following points carefully. Failure to comply may be cause for disqualification
    * All submissions must be Typewritten or printed.
    * Included in this application package are all the necessary forms.
    * Supporting documentation of your choice may follow each page as appropriate.
    * Reference letters are limited to five (5) with a maximum length of one page each.
    * Your name must be on the top of each sheet in the package, along with a numbering system that states “page __ of __ “. * Deadline for submission is postmarked by midnight, January 14, 2022
    * An Application can be obtained at http://www.usjcisenate.org/index.php/scholarship-program

    * Mail to: Randy Windham #58263
    Scholarship Chairman
    JCI Senate Scholarship Foundation
    P. O. Box 36414
    Panama City, FL 32412

    Click on the following links below for the full information

    JCI Scholarship Application

    Student Application Checklist

    JCI Web Directions for Scholarship

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  • Take Stock in Children

    •  Take Stock in Children (TSIC) provides tuition scholarships to attend Florida Gateway College for selected eighth graders whose families meet the income guidelines for free or reduced lunch. Students must reside in the county where they are applying.

      Student applications are provided to eighth grade students around April of each year.

      Students receiving scholarships must agree to: 
      Stay off drugs
      Stay crime free
      Maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average
      Maintain good citizenship both in and out of school
      Meet with their assigned Mentor each week at school
      Attend and participate in TSIC events, as required


      To learn more about this scholarship opportunity or how to become a Mentor, please visit    http://www.takestockinchildren.org.



    How to enter

    SCAD Scholarship
    Complete an application
    Entrants must complete an application for admission to SCAD to be eligible to participate in the SCAD Challenge. Online applications must be submitted by 5:30 p.m. ET, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022.

    • Submit your application
    • Submit work to be considered in one or more SCAD Challenge categories, keeping in mind your submission is not required to reflect your major of interest. For example, if you intend on majoring in interior design at SCAD, and your current strength is photography, you may submit a piece in the photography category. You may submit only one piece per SCAD Challenge category.
    • Submit your work
    • Students who have already completed an application for admission at SCAD should submit their work to the SCAD Challenge categories in SlideRoom. Scroll down in SlideRoom and review all of the SCAD Challenge guidelines. Applicants may submit work to a category outside of their primary major of interest. Applicants may enter work into multiple categories. Artwork must be submitted by 5:30 p.m. ET, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022.
    • Your entry should show work in one or more of the SCAD Challenge categories listed above.
      To see submission guidelines and enter your work, log on to SlideRoom.
    • From the directory of portfolio categories, scroll toward the bottom of the page and select the SCAD Challenge category that matches the competition you wish to enter (for example: "SCAD Undergraduate Challenge: Photography, 2022").
    • Complete the form as directed, upload your materials and submit.
    • Winners will be notified Friday, March 4, 2022
      What you can win

    Challenge awards
    Winners from each SCAD Challenge category will receive a scholarship upon admission to the university. Scholarships are renewable each year until completion of a bachelor's or master's degree as long as the recipient maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 (bachelor's) or 3.25 (master's).

    Platinum award US$4,000

    SCAD Challenge scholarship Gold award US$3,000

    SCAD Challenge scholarship Silver award US$2,000




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