2022/2023 Scholarship Applications
IN HONOR OF HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, WHICH BEGINS ON SEPTEMBER 15TH, THE STATE IS OFFERING SOME SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIESGrades 4-124th - 12th-grade students have the opportunity to participate in an essay contest. The winners of the essay contest will receive a 2-year Florida College Plan Scholarship and a $100 gift card for school supplies.CLICK HERE for more information!
FGC BOARD OF TRUSTEES SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION 2023*DEADLINE IS MARCH 15TH*
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).
BLACK, INDIGENOUS AND PEOPLE OF COLOR (BPIOC) RESOURCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS.ORG SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER
There are 18 Scholarship Opportunities listed in the newsletter below. They are listed by priority deadline (October/November/December).
JUNIOR CHAMBER INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
*** Students also review the senior scholarships (below) from 2021/2022 that the Baker County Education Foundation will advertise soon. Typically they are similar each year! ***
2021/2022 Scholarship Applications
Senior Scholarship Applications
Baker County Education Foundation Scholarships for Class of 2022 Graduating Seniors.
1) List of Scholarships & Eligibility Requirements (Print or leave open for Reference)
2) Online Application for all scholarships. (STUDENTS PLEASE LOG INTO YOUR @BAKERK12.org gmail account to access this form)
3) Supplemental Application (required only if you are a member of the Future Farmers of America and are applying for the Lydia Masterson Pons Scholarship)
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.
Florida Gateway currently has some wonderful opportunities for students interested in receiving scholarship money for school:
- 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 email@example.com . 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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. email@example.com
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Florida Gateway college is also offering scholarships for Women’s Cross country. If anyone is interested in Cross Country please email email@example.com
- 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.
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.