• AAPS Scholarships for Graduating Seniors

    About AAPS Scholarships for Graduating Seniors 

    • A variety of scholarships are available for continuing your education at a credentialed college, university, or trade school.
    • Completing an application at a2schools.submittable.com allows you to apply for any AAPS-managed Scholarship for which you are eligible.
    • Some scholarships are available to all students districtwide and some are for students graduating from specific AAPS high schools.
    • You will be able to view both types of scholarships during the application process.

    Application Deadline for Most Scholarships: March 17th, 2023 at 10pm. 

    Prepare to Submit Your Application

    Every scholarship is different, but many require the following:
    • Information regarding your family's household income 
    • Unofficial transcript provided by your counselor or other school official
    • Essays describing why you are the best candidate for this scholarship and how you best meet the scholarship criteria.
    • Recommendation Letter (depending on Application)

    For additional details regarding specific scholarship criteria and application requirements, please refer to each scholarship description.

    Apply! Applications due March 17, 2023 at 10:00pm

    You can apply for all AAPS College Scholarships to which you are eligible 
    AAPS uses Submittable for the application process.
    In order to submit an application, you must create an account with Submittable. 

    Other Local Scholarships for Graduating Seniors 

    Kelsey's Law Scholarship
    Deadline: March 31, 2023

    Deadline: February 9th at 3 PM.
    AAACF offers over 40 scholarships available ranging in amounts of $500 to $20,000! Students are invited to complete the Pre-qualifying Questions  (it will take 3 minutes, tops) to see if you are eligible for any. 
    AAACF Community Scholarship Program
    Deadline: February 9th at 3 PM.
    The Community Scholarship Program offers recipients up to $20,000 in scholarship money, a College Success Coach, and access to an Emergency Aid & Financial Assistance Program.

    Community Scholarship Program Criteria:

    • Youth of color, 1st gen, low-income youth
    • Resident of Washtenaw County, with preference given to graduates of a Washtenaw County public high school
    • Will be or are a high school graduate within the last 24 months
    • Enrolling in college for the first time
    • Minimum GPA 2.0
    • Students applying and intending to enroll at Washtenaw Community College and Eastern Michigan University will be given priority during the scholarship selection process.

    Information on How to Apply

    Washtenaw County MEA Retirees Scholarship
    Deadline: March 15, 2023

    The Washtenaw County MEA Retirees is a local chapter of the Michigan Education Association. Members are retired public school educators. Our mission includes:
    • promoting participation by its members in educational and civic affairs
    • establishing mutually beneficial, working relationships with active school personnel in the area
    • promoting in-service projects supporting educators and students in our community.
    This year we are offering a $200.00 scholarship to a graduating senior considering a career in education. The deadline for submission is March 15, 2023.

    Questions? Please email studentscholarships@a2schools.org