Parents wanting to receive emails concerning scholarships and graduation information should email Jenifer West at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to join the Class of 2021 Parent Listserv. Parents will receive the same emails sent to seniors at their CISD email address.
To request that a scholarship be added to this page, complete the following online form. This scholarship page is updated weekly, if you requested to have a scholarship please check back to see if it has been posted.
All CISD Seniors: make sure you complete the ALL LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP applications to be eligible for several different scholarships and return the completed forms to Ms. West in the counseling center.
There are also other potential scholarship opportunities listed below. When applying for a school you should also check out all available scholarships they offer to incoming freshmen. New scholarships are added as they arrive.
Earn Scholarships for your Achievements
Start earning micro-scholarships as early as the 9th grade! Visit RaiseMe to create a free account. Then add your achievements, earn scholarships for your achievements, and discover colleges.
Scholarship Search Pages
Visit the Collegeboard BigFuture Scholarship Search page to find scholarships, financial aid, and internships from more than 2,200 programs, totaling more than $6 billion. You can also view the Collegeboard Scholarship Partners and Programs page for more specific scholarship opportunities.
Going Merry is a scholarship website that makes it simple to find and apply for scholarships. Once you set up your account, GoingMerry matches you with the scholarships that you are most eligible for, apply directly for multiple scholarships, it auto-fills your information into each application and helps prioritize according to the deadline.
Check out the Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Programs Aimed at Women Guide which lists scholarships and financial aid just for opportunities for women.
Visit Scholarship Buddy Texas to search for scholarships. Scholarship Buddy focuses on providing scholarship information to high school and college students in the state of Texas. We pride ourselves on having the most in-depth information available to Texas students, as it pertains to scholarship programs and scholarship application deadlines across the state.
Visit the Chamber of Commerce website for listed scholarships. Information about the difference between scholarships and grants, how to apply, how to search, and some of the best scholarships for nursing, community service, minorities, and career-specific scholarships are listed.
Visit Fastweb to start searching for targeted scholarships, resources for FAFSA and Financial Aid, and college searches. Fastweb is a free search engine.
The following scholarships have been received in the counseling center. Please check in the counseling center for additional scholarships. NOTE: This page is best viewed on a full-size computer screen; it may not display properly on a mobile device.