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8/5/2011 10:15:55 AM
Finding Scholarship Money

Paying for college is an expensive proposition.  If you are looking for scholarship possibilities, your local public high school website may provide a good starting place.  Some high schools list information for local, state, and national scholarships.  For example, Northwest High School in Germantown, MD provides tips and practical advice to students looking into financial aid. 

 

The high school website in your area may provide the same kind of helpful advice. If the info is not available on the school’s website, you may want to call the guidance office. Although some guidance counselors may not be willing to share the scholarship info with homeschoolers, you never know until you try!

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