The links to the right will provide you accesses to several resources you can utilize to learn about and apply for financial aid and scholarship.
Scholarships for SENIORS
Irvine Unified Council PTA Scholarship-Due April 16, 2020
IUCPTA is pleased to offer one $500 Scholarship at each Irvine High School (Creekside, Irvine High, Northwood High, San Joaquin, Woodbridge High, University High, and Portola High) to a graduating senior that will be used towards continued education after graduation. Recipients must attend an accredited college/university, community college or trade or technical school within the first year following high school graduation. Please click HERE for more information and how to apply.
•Alliant International University
•Brandman University, Irvine Campus
•California State University Fullerton, Irvine Campus
•Irvine Valley College
•Pepperdine University, Irvine Campus
•University of California, Irvine
•University of La Verne, O.C. Regional Campus
•Webster University, Irvine
•Western State College of Law
The Bio-Rad Scholarship Program assists local graduating high school students who wish to pursue careers in science or engineering. The program provides financial assistance to deserving students so they can continue their pursuit of science and engineering in higher education. This program is available to children of QSD employees as well as any students attending Irvine Unified School District. Applications are evaluated based on students’ personal connection to science and engineering, as well as the originality, clarity, and persuasiveness of their answers to essay questions. Two Bio-Rad Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded. Please click HERE for application. Please email your counselor for an unofficial copy of your high school transcript. Applications can be sent to Sasha Heavrin at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to 21 Technology Dr, Irvine Ca 92618 (postmarked by May 15).
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
- Be a current high school senior residing in Orange County, California, Salt Lake County, Utah, Puerto Rico, or be a child (or in the guardianship) of an U.S. Edwards Lifesciences employee
- Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field
- Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
- Demonstrate financial need
- Maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for scholarship renewal
Applications can be found HERE
The Willow Tree Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors in Orange County, California who will enter their first year of post-secondary education at any two or four year accredited institution in the United States by Fall semester 2020 or Winter quarter 2021. Recipients are awarded a scholarship of $1,000 to be used toward their first year of college. Winners of the scholarship will be selected on their ability to write an essay expressing critical ideas that can generate a thoughtful connection with the reader.
Eligibility and Official Rules:
- Currently a graduating high school senior attending school in Orange County, California.
- Must have a minimum of 3.0 overall GPA.
- Will attend college in pursuit of a two or four year degree in any major by January 2021.
- Must submit a personal essay answering the given year’s writing prompt (not to exceed 750 words). See left panel.
- Candidates who submit a personal essay permit The Wall POV Project the right to solicit the essay to be a part of the “Point of View” educational book series.
Please click HERE to apply.
City Property Management Scholarship -Due July 31, 2020
Please click HERE for more information on this scholarship for seniors who are interested in pursing a career in HOA Management or Real Estate.
Financial Aid Night Presentation Materials
Please see the information below from Financial Aid Night at Northwood High School on Thursday, September 26th.