Students and parents are encouraged to seek out other scholarship opportunities beyond the listings on this page, as this is not a comprehensive list of available scholarships.
Dolores Secondary School
Submit a Scholarship
If you would like to submit a local scholarship for inclusion on this page please email Caitlin West with details.
- 3/31/2022 Pueblo Community College
- 3/31/2022 Folds of Honor
- 3/31/2022 Points Scholarship
- 3/31/2022 USPAACC Scholarships
- 3/31/2022 Nitro Scholarship
- 3/31/2022 Colorado Water Well Contractors Association
- 3/31/2022 Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 PEO Chapter EV Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 Leonard Cain Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 Deer Hill Expeditions
- 4/1/2022 Women in STEM Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 HE Parts Express Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 The Bill and Peg Rees Scholarship Fund
- 4/1/2022 Tri-City Soccer Association Academic College Scholarship
- 4/1/2022 AFA Teens Awareness College Scholarship
- 4/4/2022 Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship
- 4/15/2022 Dean Hanson Scholarship
- 4/15/2022 Intertech Foundation STEP Scholarship
- 4/15/2022 Global Lift Equipment Scholarship
- 4/15/2022 Donald K. Majors Carol L. Majors Memorial Scholarship
- 4/16/2022 Frances Loretta Memorial
- 4/16/2022 Dolores State Bank Scholarship
- 5/1/2022 ASHRAE High School Senior
- 5/1/2022 Society of Mayflower Descendants In the State of Colorado
- 5/31/2022 Rise Up Baking Scholarship
- 5/31/2022 Equal Justice Scholarship
- 6/30/2022 American Ground Water Trust College Scholarships
San Juan College
The mission of the San Juan College Foundation is to provide private sector resources for the advancement and support of San Juan College. The San Juan College Foundation was established in 1973 as a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), tax exempt corporation to fill several critical needs at San Juan College and in the communities it serves.
The Foundation exists solely to support San Juan College students, staff and programs. Please join us in giving the gift of education.More Info
Provide opportunities to develop and maintain a sustainable resource base that will enhance the quality of life for residents in the Four Corners’ communities.Our efforts focus on scholarships, civic beautification, social services, arts & culture, and organization development.More Info
Scholarship Listings on DSD Chamber Site
Check out the latest opportunities from the Chamber, Rotary Club and Onward Foundation!More Info
- 3/31/2022 “No Sweat” Scholarship
- 3/31/2022 Sparkling Ice Flavorful Futures
- 3/31/2022 Build Dakota Scholarship Fund
- 4/4/2022 Trinidad State College
- 4/9/2022 Carnegie Mellon’s Pre-College Programs
- 4/15/2022 The Kit Faragher Foundation
- 4/15/2022 Bill of Rights Institute
- 9/1/2022 Florin Roebig
- Changes Student Scholarship
- Fall 2022 Clarkson College
Best Scholarship Search Engines
What Are Scholarship Search Engines?
One of the best ways to find scholarships is through scholarship search engines. These websites offer access to millions of scholarships to help you pay for your education. Here are some of the best scholarship websites to start with.
College scholarship search engines, sometimes called scholarship finders, are databases that college students can use to find scholarships and grants. This helps students afford tuition without needing to rely on student loans.
Depending on your situation, you may be able to find scholarships based on your financial need, merits, community service, heritage, gender, orientation and life experience. Some also benefit students who engage in unique hobbies, like duck calling.
9 Best College Scholarship Search Engines
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Other Scholarship Resources
Fastweb is a National Scholarship Database designed to simplify the scholarship search by helping students find millions of scholarships, grants, internships, and financial aid opportunities. Created in 1995, our free scholarship service is the most trusted tool for parents, counselors, high school, and college students in the United States.More Info
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Complete your profile and gain free access to our scholarship database. We make it simple and match you to college scholarships you qualify for instantly.More Info
RaiseMe is a social enterprise focused on expanding access to higher education, especially among low income and first generation students. Rather than waiting until the end of high school to earn scholarships, which is often too late to impact a student’s college ambitions or choices, RaiseMe enables students to earn scholarships throughout high school, starting as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things that best prepare them to succeed, whether that’s getting good grades, volunteering in the community or joining an extracurricular.More Info
HELPING STUDENTS SINCE 1995
There are nearly 100 colleges, universities and trade schools in this state. Some of the big schools include the University of Colorado and Colorado State University. In addition to its prestigious universities, the state also offers a widely distributed network of community colleges, offering a range of scholastic options along with affordable tuition for in-state residents.Scholarships are available in many fields and Colorado also offers scholarship money to individuals pursuing careers in needed areas such as teaching and healthcare.More Info
College Classes as a High School Student
As we begin scheduling for the coming school year, we would like to provide you with some additional resources for students who are interested in concurrent enrollment.
Please note that…
- All students interested in concurrent enrollment must complete the DHS concurrent enrollment agreement form with a parent signature prior to enrollment/registration. You may pick up a form from the front office. Registration for fall has begun, so please return these as soon as possible.
- Students must apply to the college offering the concurrent enrollment course they wish to take. Once the application is completed, we can begin course registration.
- The DHS concurrent enrollment agreement form states that the student must apply for the COF (Colorado Opportunity Fund). This is actually completed as part of the application process with the institution to which you apply.
- Concurrent enrollment partner colleges and instructions for application/registration: Opti
ons and Instructions
- DHS Academic Advising google classroom invitation link: google classroom
- PCC course search link: PCC course search
- SJC course search link: SJC Course Search
- Editable 4 year plan template: Template
- CDLS course options: CDLS HS credit summer options for accelerated path
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. We look forward to a great 2023-2024 school year with you at DHS!
Dolores School District Graduation Requirements
The Dolores School District Board of Education has the following policies related to DHS “Graduation Requirements”
- Policy IKF-E-1 (Demonstration of College and Career Readiness)
- Policy IKF , IKF-2 (Graduation Pathways)
- Policy IKF-E-2 (Graduation Requirements, list of credits needed)
Please visit the Board Page for the complete Policy Manual.
If you have any questions contact the Academic Advisor, Caitlin West