Noblesville High School publishes scholarship information in a variety of formats.  Scholarship information may be found on the daily announcements, on our website under "Scholarship Opportunities", on students NHS Counseling Canvas page under "Class of 2020", and in Naviance Family Connection under the "Colleges" tab. Visit each regularly for updated scholarship postings. Local Scholarship information will be posted below as it is made available each Spring. For specific information or questions, please contact your student’s guidance counselor.

Local Scholarships

  • Many of our local businesses and organizations have established scholarships for NHS seniors who plan to continue their education after high school.  These scholarships may be applied to any post-secondary setting: technical schools, vocational schools, 2- and 4-year colleges or universities. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to earn free money! (Scholarships are posted as they are received.  Check back regularly in order to view the most up-to-date opportunities.)

    When applying for local scholarships, please make sure to read the directions carefully.  Pay specific attention to the due dates as well as how to submit the scholarship application.  If you have any questions, please see your counselor or Mrs. Meyers in the Counseling Office.
    All Local Scholarships can be found under the "Scholarship Opportunities" Tab
    Application Tips:
    • Type applications when possible
    • Make sure applications are neat and complete and submitted on or before the due date
    • Follow directions explicitly
    • Be aware of to whom and to where the applications are to be returned
    • Give teachers, counselors, administrators, etc. ample time to write recommendations. Provide the recommender an envelope printed with your name, the scholarship name and due date.
    • See your counselor with any questions.
    Good Luck! 

Searching for Scholarships

    Scholarships can be found everywhere.  Avoid scams!  You should never pay for help to find money for college.  Here are some great places to start your search:
    Colleges & Universities 
    Colleges and universities represent the largest source of scholarships for students attending college.  However, the types of scholarships offered by colleges and universities, and the amount of those scholarships, vary tremendously.  Be sure to check out the financial aid and scholarship resources that are posted online by the schools you would like to attend.
    Scholarship Search Websites
    There are many free scholarship search resources online.  Below are a few of the best ones we've found.  Remember, you should never pay for anyone to help you find scholarships.
    Additional Scholarship Resources 
    • Community resources (community foundations, civic associations, social and professional clubs, fraternal organizations {e.g., Elks, Moose, Kiwanis, Sertoma}, patriotic and veteran's organizations, local trust funds)
    • Parent's and student's employers
    • Faith-based organizations (churches, temples, mosques, etc.)
    • Extra-curricular organizations (4-H, Boy/Girl Scouts, musicians' organizations, civic theaters, etc.)
    • Volunteer and community service scholarships (nominated through schools and youth organizations)
    • Hospitals or other health service providers