A+ Scholarship Program
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|Provided by:||Missouri Department of Higher Education|
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|The amount being offered varies for each individual based on different criteria and qualifications. Once approved, your amount will be given by the scholarship provider. Don't waste any time, and sign up today to apply!|
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|Please check website •Be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or lawfully present in the U.S. •Enter into a written agreement with your high school prior to graduation. •Attend a designated A+ high school for 3 consecutive years immediately prior to graduation.1 •Graduate with an overall grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. •Have at least a 95% attendance record overall for grades 9-12. •Perform at least 50 hours of unpaid tutoring or mentoring, of which up to 25% may include job shadowing. •Maintain a record of good citizenship and avoid the unlawful use of drugs and/or alcohol. •Beginning with the high school senior class of 2015, have achieved a score of proficient or advanced on the Algebra I end of course exam. Initial Postsecondary students: •Enroll and attend full-time at aparticipating public community college or vocational/technical school, or private two-year vocational/technical school. •Be seeking a degree or certificate at the school in which you are enrolled.2 •Not be pursuing a degree or certificate in theology or divinity. •Make a good faith effort to secure all available federal financial aid by completing theFree Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).If you are attending a school that does not participate in Title IV programs you must complete the FAFSA4caster, which is a tool for estimating your level of need for federal financial aid.|
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