$170,000 awarded to 170 students

Congratulations to the 170 students who were awarded $170,000 in scholarships for the 2016-17 school year!

46% of applicants were awarded scholarships. The awardees come from 49 high schools and will be attending 13 colleges and universities in San Diego County.

Colleges and universities attending

California State University San Marcos, Cuyamaca College, Grossmont College, Mesa College, Mira Costa College, Miramar College, Palomar College, San Diego Christian College, San Diego City College, San Diego State University, Southwestern College, University of California San Diego, University of San Diego

High schools represented

Bonita Vista High School, Carlsbad High School, Chula Vista High School, Classical Academy High School, Crawford High School, E3 Civic High School, El Camino High School, Escondido High School, Garfield High School, Gompers Preparatory Academy, Granite Hills High School, Grossmont High School, Grossmont Middle College High School, Guajome Park Academy, Helix Charter High School, High Tech High, High Tech High Chula Vista, Hoover High School, Kearny High CTA, Kearny High Int’l Business, La Costa Canyon High School, La Jolla High School, Lincoln High School, Madison High School, Mira Mesa High School, Mission Bay High School, Mission Hills High School, Monarch School, Mount Miguel High School, Mountain Empire High School, Mt. Everest Academy, Oceanside High School, Palomar High School, Preuss School, UCSD, Rancho Buena Vista High, San Diego High Science & Technology, San Marcos High School, San Pasqual Academy, Santana High School, Scripps Ranch High School, Southwest High School, Steele Canyon High School, Sweetwater High School, Torrey Pines High School, Twain High School, University City High School, Valley Center High School, Valley High School, West Hills High School

2016-17 scholarship application now available

High school seniors who have financial need are encouraged to apply by March 2, 2016

Need-based scholarships are available for first-year, full-time college students in San Diego County. There is no minimum GPA requirement. The amount of each scholarship award will be announced in June or July. Last year, $140,000 was awarded to 140 students.