Radford U Theater Arts Scholarship

Radford University offers a Theater Arts Major Scholarship :

Pridemore Scholarship  $3000 per year for a total of $12,000

GeorgAnne and Buck Scholarship $1400 first year only

To be eligible: You must have a 3.3 GPA or higher, complete the FAFSA and have demonstrated need, must maintain a  3.0GPA, good conduct, and consistent involvement in theater to renew each year, and attend Radford University. 

Deadline: You must apply to Radford University by 1/15/2021. ruadmiss@radford.eduFor additional information about the above scholarships email: rdunham6@radford.edu or call 540-831-5012. 

Infinite Scholars Program Virtual 10/31/2029

High School Juniors and Seniors Register at Infinite Scholars

After you register for the event, you will receive a confirmation email. Approximately one week prior to the event, you will receive login information. If you register within one week of the event, you will receive your log in information within 24 hours. Register Early. Space is limited.

The Infinite Scholars Program is October 31st! It is virtual. Register today!

 Learn how to finance your college education with scholarships.

 Connect with our network of 400+ colleges WAIVING APPLICATION FEES for our students.

 Schedule one-on-one sessions with college reps to discuss your admission & scholarship opportunities at their schools.

You may receive admission and scholarships on the spot!

Additional topics covered during the event will include types of federal student aid, paying for college through service, websites to search for private scholarships, benefits of community college, responsible borrowing, and scholarship displacement.

FAFSA Information Sessions

Ms. Allen and Ms. Hummer are hosting a FAFSA information session on Wednesday 10/14 at 12:00 PM. Click on the flyer above to learn how to register. Seniors, this is an invaluable opportunity to get some help with the FAFSA – everyone who is considering 4-year, 2-year or trade school should attend!

Young Entrepreneurs Expo

CALLING ALL authors, artists, chefs, designers, manufactures, crafters, etc…

Caroline’s Promise presents the 3rd Annual “Young Entrepreneurs Expo 2020!

We are excited to highlight on a new platform, the old and new entrepreneurs on the horizon who will be sharing their talents as chefs, manufacturers, chefs, designers and much more. 

Please help us promote our current and future business owners by sharing this post and getting them registered. 

Click here to register.

Virtual College Fair and Presentations for High School Students

The Virginia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Counselors (VACRAO) is proud to present our Virtual College Exploration program, for all Virginia students, September 14-November 5. 

The eight-week program consists of hundreds of opportunities for students to learn about the college search process and about many different colleges through panel presentations and weekly Virtual College Fairs. 

Students will gain a wealth of college knowledge, get exposure to a variety of colleges, and have the opportunity to ask questions of admission counselors, all in a safe, flexible, online environment.

All high school students, transfer students, parents, and counselors throughout Virginia are all welcome to attend. Participation is free.

Students should participate live so they can ask questions and interact with the college admission counselors. If students are unable to attend live, we still encourage them to register for the sessions they are interested in and recordings will be available later.

Go to :bit.ly/2Dr1mlf

How I Spent My Summer Break

The counseling department wishes a happy summer to all of our students. We were very pleased with the way you made the best of challenging circumstances to finish the spring semester and we’re looking forward to getting back as soon as possible.

For many students, summer is a crucial time whether you are planning to go to college or trade school after graduation, enlist in the armed forces or get a job. It’s a time when you can take college visits, participate in enrichment programs, meet with recruiters, and get valuable work or volunteer experience.

Unfortunately some of those opportunities may not exist for our students this summer. We would therefore encourage everyone to make use of your time this summer to the best of your ability.

Think about a personal project you can work on. Do you have a list of books you’d like to read? Maybe you would like to learn a new language or some basic coding skills. Maybe you will commit to a fitness plan to be in the best shape of your life.

Regardless of what you plan to do after graduation, you can make yourself stand out by spending your summer on something that means something to you. Colleges and employers especially may be impressed at your creativity and initiative. More importantly, you deserve the opportunity to explore your interests and enrich yourself on a personal level.

We have added a tab above, “Summer Ideas.” You will find some resources and suggestions for ways to spend your summer, but as always you can reach out to your school counselor. We’ll be happy to help you find what you’re looking for.