Cookeville High School College & Career Center

11-12 Grade Counselors:
Stephanie Hardin – 10th -12th Grade, Letters A – G
Darlene Hatcher – 10th – 12th Grade, Letters H-O
Lori Strode – 10th -12th Grade, Letters P-Z

Students are welcome to visit the College and Career Center in the 2nd Floor Counseling Office for information about Technical Schools, Colleges and Universities in and outside the State of Tennessee. Additionally, students may use one of the three computers to research schools, sign up for the ACT and SAT tests, search for additional scholarships, complete applications, request college information, etc.

Scholarship Information

This document is to help students find scholarships for post high school education. The following websites are also a good source

of information for scholarships:

The scholarships in this document are divided into categories so that searching for applicable ones will be easier. The categories are shown

on tabs along the bottom. Each category and a brief desciption are as follows:

Category Description

Scholarships that will apply to the majority of the students. These are not dependent on course of study,
financial need, gender, or race.

Scholarships that are given from local groups and in the local area.

TN Based
Scholarships that apply to residents of Tennessee and /or students who plan to attend a Tennessee university.

Scholarships for students planning to study in the following areas: science, math, engineering, aviation,
medical, agriculture, computer science.

Social Sciences
Scholarships for students planning to study in the following areas: business, food service / hospitality,
criminal justice, education, journalism, and vocational areas.

Scholarships for students planning to study in the following areas: art, music, film, photography, and publishing.

Need Based
Scholarships for students who have a financial need.

Scholarships for students that are planning on entering a military program as well as for students
who are dependents of both active and retired military personnel.

Special scholarships based on items such as gender, race, death of parent, medical conditions,
and hobbies (i.e. ham radio operator).

Helpful Websites
Websites that contain helpful information concerning online colleges, avoiding freshman mistakes,
understanding student loans, and more.

Contests with monetary awards for high school students. Most of these are for grades 9-12.

Scholarships that are specifically for high school juniors.

Click Here To View Available Scholarships
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