Please note that this site is for students who live in Chatham or in Harwich and students who attend Monomoy Regional High School, Cape Cod Tech (Harwich), attended Chatham High School, and some other schools, as scholarship restrictions apply. 

If you do not meet the above criteria you are not eligible.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPEN SEASON BEGINS FEBRUARY 1, 2020

AND CLOSES AT 6 P.M. ON APRIL 1, 2020

NO NEW APPLICATIONS CAN BE STARTED AFTER MARCH 25, 2020

Available Scholarships for Regular Education (Seniors) 2020 are listed here

The sooner you create your Profile and fill in the information, the better. You'll be ahead of the game!

CREATE YOUR PROFILE

Your Profile's Student Dashboard is your gateway for everything related to scholarships. Log in and create or update your Profile, and you'll be able to apply for the scholarships you're eligible for with just a few clicks. And it's not just our chapter's scholarships -- you'll see opportunities from Scholarship America's partners across the nation.  The Dashboard will also give you access to volunteer and internship opportunities, important news about college life, and resources to help you manage your money, succeed in college, and take advantage of everything Dollars for Scholars can do.

For more complete information please visit the web page relevant to your situation by clicking the links at the top of this page under "Student Resources" and "Parent Resources." 

The quick links below show you:

HOW TO CREATE A PROFILE AND APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS - REGULAR EDUCATION (Seniors & Parents)
  What does your Chapter want you to know?
  Note:  Application period for scholarships is February 1 -- March 25 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS- CONTINUING EDUCATION (Students and Parents)
  What does your Chapter want you to know?
  Note:  Application period for scholarships is September 1 -- October 31  

- INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENTS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCES

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COUNSELORS

 

NOTE TO CONTINUING EDUCATION STUDENTS

This software program was created to provide applications for seniors graduating from high school.  It does not work well for continuing education students. Therefore, a working relationship with the Chapter Super Administrator and the ability to ask questions about how to do something is key to a good application and successful scholarships.