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Image result for other scholarships Boise Public Schools Foundation Scholarships idahocis  - Click on "Get Help Paying for School" and then "Idaho Scholarships".  Hundreds of scholarships in dozens of different categories for Idaho residents. Username is the name of the high school and Password is bsd. Boise High School Username: boise Borah High School Username: borah Capital High School Username: capital Frank Church High Username: frankchurch1 Timberline High School Username: timberline

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Lightfoot Foundation:THE ONLINE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL 3/1/2017 and closes on 4/15/17.

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Image result for other scholarships Buick Achievers Scholarship Program - For seniors interested in engineering, technology or design.  Deadline is February 29th.  Visit to apply.

Calvin Coolidge Scholarship - A full-ride scholarship for high school juniors that covers tuition, room, board, and expenses. Deadline is March 18.  Apply at

Donald E. Six Music Scholarship - Scholarship for senior music students with a preference given to stringed orchestra students.  Visit for the application.  Deadline is March 20th.

Khan Law Scholarship-  $1,000 scholarship. Must write an essay explaining your educational plans. Must have a 3.0 GPA. Deadline is 8/1/17. Students can apply here:

Aspiring Business Professionals Scholarship - a $1000 scholarship for those students majoring in Business.  Visit for information on how to apply.  Deadline is June 1st.

Big Sun Scholarship - Send a short essay (500-1,000 words) Deadline is June 19, 2017. More details are at

Alert Magazine Scholarship -Golden West Publications awards a $500 scholarship to the writer of the best drug/alcohol abuse related essay for the state. Please visit: for more information. No specific Deadline! Richie's Spirit Foundation- The scholarship applicant must meet the following requirements: 1. Is a legal U.S. citizen currently enrolled in a U.S.-accredited high school and will graduate in the spring of 2014; 2. Plans to attend a vocational school, community college, or four-year college full-time during the 2015-2016 academic year; 3. Has a cumulative high school grade point average of a 3.4 or higher on a 4.0 scale; 4. Has taken challenging courses throughout his or her high school career; 5. Has demonstrated strong leadership roles within his or her community. Deadline Feb 1, 2017