College Bound Scholarship Information

College Bound Scholarships

How does it work?

First, check to see if you are eligible. Click on the link below to see the income guidelines to find out if your family is eligible.

Second, complete and sign the application and pledge form while you are in the 7th or 8th grade. The online application is available on the following website: If you prefer to complete a paper application, please see Carla Bagby at Trent School, Kevin Kirkpatrick at Trentwood School, Forrest Helt at CCS, Heidi Youseph at Otis Orchards School, or Debbie Hill at East Farms School. As part of the application, you will pledge to prepare yourself for college.

Printed information is also available at your school.

Third, graduate from high school and apply for college. In middle and high school, you'll start preparing for college by studying hard, taking the right classes, and learning about college and financial aid.

If you have questions, you can contact the College Bound Scholarship Office at 1-888-535-0747. Or Keith Slim-Tolagai, the NorthEast Washington ESD 101 College Bound Regional Officer at 509-241-3787 or at
Click here to read Dr. Glenewinkel's Letter to Parents Regarding the College Bound Scholarship.

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