Senior Scholarship Offers
Seniors, please complete the form linked above to report any scholarship offers you receive, even if you do not intend to accept them or attend the school that offers the scholarship. Submit one form for each offer you receive. Email documentation of the award to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships at CMHS
Some scholarships have a school selection or nomination process. At Cox Mill High School, we have a common scholarship application that is required for these types of scholarships. The Cox Mill High School Scholarship Application can be completed online and turned in at any point during the school year, though the earlier you turn in the application, the more scholarships for which you can be considered. The first wave of scholarship nominations start in September each year. Students or parents/guardians who would like to receive ongoing updates about scholarship opportunities should consider following the Cox Mill High School S3 Department Scholarship Database.
Scholarships can be offered at multiple levels. Students are encouraged to start at home and identify scholarships at the local level. These can include scholarships offered thru employers (students, parents), community connections (places of worship, civic organizations, etc.) and other community sponsors. Local scholarship opportunities are usually less competitive since students will be competing against students from Cox Mill High School and/or Cabarrus County rather than against students across the region, state or nation.
Each fall, we will host a Scholarship Night so that students and parents/guardians can learn more about the scholarship research and application process. The links and handouts from this year's event (October 10, 2017 at 6:30 pm) are posted below. Links are live following the event and will be updated annually.
Scholarship Links - UNC System
Other Scholarship Links
TIP: Set up an alternate email that you use only for these scholarship search engines. Visit that email weekly to screen your emails for scholarships that fit you and forward those emails to your real email address. This will prevent your real email from being loaded with spam once your scholarship search is concluded.