Scholarship Information

Apply for Scholarships


The Guidance Office receives scholarship applications frequently, many are available for as early as Junior Year. These are offers from people and companies that want to give you money for just being your amazing selves. Check your mailbox (located in the Guidance Office) weekly to make sure you don't miss an opportunity.

If you want help filling out the applications just ask, we are here to help.

Scholarship Links

These are links for scholarships you may apply for:

The Clark Foundation Scholarship
"For over 130 years the Clark Family has supported the educational pursuits of local students. In the early 1880s, Alfred Corning Clark established The Edward C. Clark Punctuality Prize for students at Cooperstown schools with perfect scholastic attendance over a term. The students were allowed to select a book from a local bookstore. These prizes were awarded until 1961...Under the leadership of President Jane Forbes Clark, The Clark Foundation, founded in 1931, is one of the largest charitable foundations in the United States.  The Foundation supports programs and provides grants to various charitable causes in New York City and Cooperstown."-The Clark Foundation

Students may apply for this scholarship through the guidance office. Visit the Clark Foundation website for more information.

NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence
This scholarship is for Seniors who show a commitment to academic achievement and hold themselves to a high moral standard.

Scholarships for Academic Excellence 2020

United States Military Scholarships
The U.S. Air force is offering the Air Force ROTC High School Scholarship. The deadline is January 17, 2020 and is may be applied for by all rising seniors (looking at you class of 2020).There is more information in the guidance office.

Scholarships for Caregivers would like to help students who are in the position of being the caregiver for an older family member go on to earn their degree. They understand the demands of being in school and being responsible for another's wellbeing at the same time and want to make it just a little easier.

Work Ethic Scholarship
Mike Rowe wants to make hard work cool again. For students who believe college is not in their best interest, MikeRoweWorks is offering scholarships for apprenticeships, vocational training and skilled labor training. His foundation believes that pop culture has belittled blue collar jobs, and MikeRoweWorks wants to celebrate them.