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Welcome to Summit High School's online scholarship application. If you have questions, please contact Timi Lawson at lscoordinator@summitk12.org, 970-368-1126, or visit her in the Counseling Office at Summit High School.
If you are an attendee of any eligible neighboring community school (South Park High School, West Grand High School, Lake County High School) you may apply for a Summit Foundation scholarship if you or a parent lives/works in Summit County. Please contact Tara Dew at The Summit Foundation with any questions (970-453-5970). 
 

How to apply:
  • Under "Your Tasks" below, click on "Scholarship Application Form". Complete this task first.
  • All additional tasks below must be complete by the deadline, February 3rd, for your application to be complete. 
  • After completing the "Scholarship Application Form", you can click the "View Scholarships" button at the bottom of this page to see which scholarships you are eligible to apply for. Some scholarships require additional information such as an essay. You’ll need to click on each scholarship to apply for it and complete additional requirements if needed. To apply for a scholarship you must click on it and then hit "Submit".
  • Below, under the "Your Scholarships" section you'll see the applications you've started and/or completed.
Tasks listed below are required for ALL scholarships and must be completed. Missing tasks will render the application ineligible. Ineligible applications will not be considered.  Applications must be completed and submitted by the deadline, February 2nd.

Please note, scholarships for Colorado Mountain College and Vail EpicPromise require a separate application. If you qualify to apply for one of these scholarships, they'll be listed under "View scholarships" and will have details regarding their application process.

Requirements for ALL scholarships to be considered COMPLETE:

1. Completed Scholarship Application Form.

2. Copy of EFC (Estimated Family Contribution) from FAFSA SAR (Student Aid Report, page 1).

3. College essay, no more than two pages, addressing the following prompt:

The lessons we take from obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience? Not to exceed two pages.

4. Two (2) letters of recommendation, written by teachers, employers, coaches, etc.

5. Copy of student transcript and test scores.   Transcripts and test scores will be handed out in Advisory on January 16th, 2020.

6. Admissions letter from your college for the 2019-2020 school year, if you have received one.

7. Any additional requirements, as required, for specific scholarships.       

All applications must be complete and submitted by Sunday, February 2nd, by 11:59 p.m.  Incomplete applications will be ineligible for consideration.




Thank you to The Summit Foundation for making the online scholarship application possible.