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EHS Scholarships (Seniors Only)
Applications for EHS Scholarships are open! Complete your application on Going Merry - activity sheet and an essay are also required. Full directions can be found in the EHS School Counseling class of 24 Google Classroom under classwork. Applications close at 11:59 p.m. on February 11. Late applications will NOT be accepted. Questions? Email Mrs. Rolon (eleanor.agmana@edison.k12.nj.us) or Mrs. Zavistoski (kimberly.zavistoski@edison.k12.nj.us). 

Scholarship List
An alphabetical listing of scholarships that are available to students through the EHS Counseling Department.

NJ STARS Fact Sheet
The New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJ STARS) Program is an initiative created by the State of New Jersey that provides NJ's highest achieving students with free tuition at their home county college. This fact sheet provides valuable information about this program.

College Board Opportunity Scholarships
Starting with the Class of 2020, College Board introduced a new program to provide students with an opportunity to earn microscholarships by achieving specific milestones in their college preparation. Additional information can be found by using the title link above or through this article

College Peas Scholarship
College Peas Student Standout College Scholarship is for the student who has something special that makes them different from their peers. We recommend engaging in a special kind of activity – a Non-Teenager Activity or NTA. An NTA is, quite simply, any activity that other teenagers don’t typically do. By choosing an NTA you will differentiate yourself in a way that will have a very positive impact on your chances of getting into college. We are always looking for good examples of NTA’s and if you have one, you have a shot at this scholarship.

Going Merry and University HQ
Two platforms for a variety of scholarship searches

Guaranteed Scholarships - Resource for Scholarships
A resource to find scholarships guaranteed by nearly 100 colleges to students who meet the individual listed criteria for each. No essays, projects, recommendations or other secondary criteria are required. And, in almost all cases, there are no limits to the number of scholarships awarded. Students who meet the published criteria for a scholarship and attend the college offering it receive it.

Earn micro-scholarships as early as 9th grade based on a variety of achieved milestones.

Scholarship Opportunities for Undocumented Students
For a listing of scholarships that do not require proof of citizenship or residency.