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General Information

Volunteerism/Community Service Scholarship

The Colorado Council on High School/College Relations (CCHS/CR) is pleased to announce the CCHS/CR Scholarship Program for the Graduating Class of 2018 and continuing Colorado College students.

 

PURPOSE:

The purpose of the 2018 CCHS/CR Scholarship is to assist Colorado high school seniors or continuing college students, who will attend a college/university within the State of Colorado.  CCHS/CR is a voluntary organization and therefore the primary selection criterion for this scholarship will be Volunteerism/Community Service.  Sixteen, $1,500 scholarships will be awarded for the purpose of defraying tuition costs.  The scholarships will be distributed among the seven CCHS/CR districts and the continuing college students and may be utilized at any of the Colorado Council Member Institutions of Higher Education in the State of Colorado. (2018 Member Institutions found here.)

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.     Applicant must be a graduating high school senior or continuing college student.

2.     Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident and a resident of Colorado for his or her final two years of high school.

3.     Applicant must be accepted at a Colorado Council Member Institution enrolling in the next academic year.

4.     Applicant must demonstrate significant experience in volunteerism/community service.

5.     Applicant must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

 

SELECTION:

 

Applicant will be selected according to the following considerations: volunteerism/community service, extracurricular activities & dedication to others. Selection is based on, but not limited to, these criteria.

 

The application is due no later than January 29, 2018 emailed to coloradocouncilscholarships@gmail.com

 

Further details and the application can be accessed here.

 

College Services Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bowlby, Desiree (719) 630-5031 College Counseling Assistant
Thompson, Victoria (719) 630-5031 College Counselor

Contact Information

CMHS School Code:   060-268
College Services Voice: 719-630-5031
College Services Fax:   719-630-4112

Click on the small envelope next to a staff member's name to send a message to that staff member.

College Planning

College and university admission is an important priority for the majority of Cheyenne Mountain High School students.  To meet this need, the college counseling staff provides a variety of services and resources.

College visits at Cheyenne Mountain High School and College Fairs in Colorado Springs: Students are encouraged to meet over 100 representatives who visit the campus annually.  Students sign up to attend these campus visits by logging on to their Family Connection accounts.  Cheyenne Mountain students are invited to attend several locally held college fairs throughout the school year.  Students can learn about these college fairs by visiting the College Services web page and logging into their Family Connection accounts.

Family Connection is a web-based college planning service available to all students at Cheyenne Mountain High School.  Students and their parents may log on to the student’s Family Connection account from any computer with Internet access.  Family Connection is an information tool that allows students to sign up for college visits at Cheyenne Mountain High School, perform college searches, research college matches, build a resume of activities and awards, take a career interest inventory, research careers, link to helpful college planning websites, and stay informed about the college planning process at Cheyenne Mountain High School.  Helpful college planning websites are posted on the College Services web page and the student’s Family Connection account.

Students and parents are encouraged to begin the college search process early.  It is not just an activity for the senior year.  Good planning leads to good decision making throughout the high school years.

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College Services News

11/13/17

Please see the attached file regarding financial aid. This presentation was put together by the National Association for College Admission Counseling and I think it's an excellent resource for an overview on the subject. CMHS students and families, please feel free to contact me if you have questions or would like to schedule a meeting.  

 

Victoria Thompson

CMHS College Counselor

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