Below is the video from the Sophomore Parent Breakfast organized by BHS Guidance Department and PTO
January 25th, 2018
Below is the partial list of scholarships available to qualified students. You can find many
more scholarships on fastweb.com, viewing the scholarship links on this page to the right, and through your student’s Naviance account, under Scholarships & Money.
The Brookline High School Scholarship Committee announces that applications are now available for tuition scholarships to Boston University (2 full-tuition renewable scholarships) and Northeastern University (2 half-tuition renewable scholarships).
Applications are available online at the BHS homepage under 2018 BHS Scholarship Application. Applications must be completed ASAP. The deadline for applying for BHS scholarships for students attending ANY OTHER college is April 1. Please use the same application as above. The Scholarship Committee would like parents to know that we use three criteria for
choosing award recipients: academics, contributions and activities at BHS, and most importantly, unmet financial need. There are no merit scholarships per se given out through this program. To make fair decisions, the Committee requires that families fill out the CSS Profile financial aid form, available at CollegeBoard.com. Please use code #0424
ADDITIONAL GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
- NACAC Annual Contest for Seniors:
High school juniors and seniors from NEACACmember
high schools in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode
Island, and Vermont are invited to submit a 500-word essay on the following topic:Describe
a counselor, teacher, or coach who has had the greatest influence on your decision to
attend college. How has this individual impacted your future? What will you do in college or
beyond that will make a difference in your community? To participate, go to:
Gap Year Fair
Don't miss this year's USA Gap Year Fairs event from 6-8:30 PM on Thursday, January 18 at Brookline High School! Among the programs attending the fair, several are free (for example, City Year and Australian Working Adventures), and many offer generous scholarships (for example, Irish Gap Year and Up With the People offer full-tuition scholarships).
Click here for the list of programs.
Guest Speaker: 6-6:45 PM MLK ROOM
Gap year advisor Julia Rogers of Enroute Consulting will kick off the evening with a dynamic presentation explaining the ins and outs of gap year options and offering tips for navigating your gap year research.
Fair: 6:45-8:30 PM CAFETERIA
During the fair, attendees will have the opportunity to speak with 50 gap year program representatives about their program offerings!
posted by Lenny Libenzon, BHS College Counselor
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