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Scholarships & Financial Aid

For our full list of scholarships, sign in to Naviance.
Below are some recommended scholarships with upcoming deadlines:
Are you enrolling in one of the following areas of study?
  • Business administration
  • Education
  • Finance or accounting
  • Information Technology
  • Insurance studies
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
Deadline - May 31, 2019
Hawaiian Lodge Free and Accepted Masons     
Hawaiian Lodge takes pride in providing opportunities to well-rounded students who show academic promise to pursue a college degree.
Deadline - May 31, 2019
Get the app in H101 or download in the sidebar.
Note: Must have Ms Takashima's signature on the  HS Guidance Counselor Name line.
We are an Okinawan club and applicants should have a demonstrable interest in the Okinawan culture (as just some examples: the Japanese language, karate, Okinawan dance, taiko, sanshin, the Okinawan Festival, or appreciation of Okinawan food, history or art).
Applications in the sidebar or on Naviance.
Deadline - June 1, 2019

C/O 2020

Be part of the premier leadership development program in the state.  Meet successful professional women in your community, learn how to build your resume, interview effectively and present yourself as the accomplished young person that you are!

  • Over $25,000 in cash awarded at the State Finals
  • $200,000 at the National Finals
  • $827 million available in college grants nationwide, including four-year full tuition scholarships at Hawaii Pacific University

For more information see the flyer in the sidebar.

To apply, click on the graphic.

Application deadline - August 23, 2019

The Thiel Fellowship gives $100,000 to young people who want to build new things instead of sitting in a classroom.

Click here or on the graphic to apply.

No application deadline.


College Board Opportunity Scholarships: C/O 2020!

The College Board is investing $25 million in a new scholarship program, with students earning $5 million in scholarships each year, beginning with the class of 2020. Be the first to know when it launches later this year.

Students have a chance to earn scholarships when they: 1) build their college list 2) practice for the SAT 3) improve their SAT score 4) strengthen their college list 5) fill out the FAFSA 6) apply to college.

Click on the graphic to get a head start.

Up to $40,000.

Great list of scholarships with a focus on Native Hawaiian advancement.
Click here or on the graphic to connect. See the list in the sidebar.

Helpful FAFSA Links


7 Things You Need Before You Fill Out the 2019-20 FAFSA

2019-20 FAFSA Worksheet

2019-20 FAFSA (this is the paper FAFSA)

You Tube Video on Completing the FAFSA

FSA ID FAQs (everything you need to know about FSA ID including what to do if you forgot your username/password:

Completing the FAFSA Instructions (line-by-line instructions: