||Name of Scholarship/Award
Contact Name/ Link
Next Step Magazine $5000 Ultimate Scholarship
Two ways to enter: (1) To enter Next Step
Publishing's "Ultimate Scholarship Giveaway" online , complete and submit
an entry form at the website www.nextstepmag(azine).com/contests.
Entry must be filled out completely and accurately with name, address,
city, state, zip code, age, phone number (including area code), and
e-mail address. Online entries must include a valid e-mail
address. Limit of one entry per
person (e-mail address).
||The Next Step
Magazine's $100 Shout Out Contest
Submit your first-person stories below to
The Next Step Magazine's $100 Shout Out Contest for teen writing.
The Next Step Magazine seeks first-person
accounts written by teens for teens about subjects like peer pressure,
politics, friends, world events, culture, dating or other relevant topics.
Be creative, and create your own topic!
Many selections will be placed on
The Next Step Magazine's Web
he Next Step Magazine's $1000 College
The Next Step Magazine encourages reader
involvement. We choose five $1,000 scholarship winners each year from
students who return the magazine's business reply card. To enter, secure a
Next Step Magazine from one of the literature display racks in the
upstairs counseling center. Remove the business reply card from the center
of the magazine. Complete it and mail it in; there is not charge for
mailing. When Next Step Magazine receives your card, it will be processed
and you will automatically be entered into the drawing for a $1000
scholarship. Next Step Magazine holds the drawing 5 times per year. Please
be sure to read the contest rules on back.
Next Step Magazines are provided in the
upstairs counseling center on a first come first served basis. The company
provides LHS with 50 copies several times per year.
Common Knowledge Scholarship
Developed and administered at Nova
Southeastern University, the Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation (CKSF)
awards scholarships to students through Internet-based quiz competitions.
CKSF reward students for demonstrating what they know. There is no essay
writing or long applications to complete. Students receive scholarship
awards based on common knowledge and basic education curricula. The
primary focus is to have an objective competition that rewards students
who have well-rounded, practical knowledge, and not necessarily those with
the highest academic standing. There are several competitions (quizzes)
that students can enter online. Please read the rules and information
carefully before entering these competitions. Some competitions are for
"teams" of students from a particular high school while other
competitions can be entered by individual students. You may want to
explore the entire website before you enter.