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IRSC Scholarship Foundation

IRSC


The IRSC Scholarship Foundation is the source for a plethora of scholarships.  Students must apply to IRSC as a student and then complete the Scholarship Application.  The Application automatically connects students to a wide variety of scholarships.  

IRSC is excited to inform you the 2018-2019 IRSC Online Scholarship Application is NOW OPEN for incoming and current students.  All students must apply to IRSC as a student or be a currently enrolled dual enrollment student with an IRSC student ID and RiverMail prior to completing an Online Scholarship Application.  If an applicant applies to become a new student at IRSC, they must wait three business days for their information to be integrated into the Online Application System.

See flyer with directions on How To Apply for IRSC Online Scholarship

Florida Bright Futures

Florida Bright Futures

Florida Bright Futures Eligibility Chart

Florida Academic Scholars

Florida Medallion Scholars


Students must APPLY for the scholarship by submitting the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA)

no later than August 31 after high school graduation.


http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/

Under Application Quick links - click Student Application for new applicants


Name of Scholarship

Course Credits

Weighted GPA

Test Scores

ACT / SAT

Community Service Hours

Florida Academic

  4 - English

  4 - Math

  3 - Natural Science

  3 - Social Science

  2 - World Language (must be in same language)

3.50

29 / 1290

100 hours

Florida Medallion

3.00

26 / 1170

75 hours



-GPA is based on unrounded, weighted high school GPA in the 16 college-preparatory credits.

-SAT combined score is the sum of the best Reading (Critical Reading or EBRW) and Math section from any test sitting of the SAT

-ACT composite score is the average of the best scores across four subject area sections from any test sitting.

-PERT/SAT/ACT scores taken through June 30 of student’s graduation year are eligible

-Make sure to request your official test scores be sent to one of Florida’s 12 state universities, state college, or public high schools when registering



Check your eligibility:  https://www.floridashines.org/CCRE/hs_accessbf.jsp


Note: Because of publishing deadlines, only students who have applied and qualified at the end of the first semester will be in the Okeechobee High School 2018 Scholarship Booklet and recognized on Scholarship Night.