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This site allows you to create one application and then send it to multiple colleges of your choosing. Be sure to research what colleges accept the Common Application! (Please note: You may still have to pay for the application fees and complete additional essays at each school to which you apply.)
www.madriverschools.org/Page/1284 (Mad River Schools/Stebbins/Guidance/Scholarships)
This is the website to check for scholarships that have been announced to Stebbins. All scholarships that the guidance department receives are posted on this website. Paper versions of the scholarships are displayed on the Scholarship bulletin board in the Career Center in the Guidance Office.
- Please see Mrs. Brubaker with any questions about scholaships