The local scholarship applications are now available and open to review and apply. Please check Naviance and filter/sort for local scholarships. The local scholarship document and application is included in this as well. Please print out the application and fill out on your own. Applications are due by February 15, 2024 and are needing to be turned into the counselor's office.
If you receive a scholarship, you are expected to attend the Scholarship Awards Night which will be on Monday, April 29, 2024 at 6:30pm. ATTENDANCE is A MUST. If you have any questions or need assistance with the application, please stop by the counseling office or email your counselor. Local Scholarship Application.pdf
IMPORTANT FOR SENIORS: if you need transcripts or any counselor forms sent to colleges or scholarships between now and January 1st, please make sure your requests are loaded into Naviance by December 20th, as counselors will need time to process them before they leave on break. Please note that counselors will not be checking Naviance or emails over the Christmas break so it is crucial you get your requests in by December 20th.
Students and Families, please remember that April 3rd is the last day to make any changes to your schedule for the 2024 -2025 school year.
IMPORTANT The LPHS Alumni scholarship will be available in January on the Unity Foundation website. Please be on the look out for this information.
IMPORTANT information for Seniors: please make sure you request an initial transcript (not mid-year or final transcript) for the college of your choice in Naviance. You will request Mid-year after first semester grades are completed and Final transcripts after second semester grades are finalized.
LPHS is utilizing Naviance, a comprehensive college, career and life readiness solution (CCLR) platform that helps districts and schools align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals to improve student outcomes and connect learning to life. Naviance consists of a platform where students can explore and manage information about college, career and life readiness. To login, students will access their Clever accounts and click on Naviance
SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS:
Notre Dame has an opportunity for current sophomores and juniors to take a college course and earn 1 transferable college credit with no cost if you are accepted (student will receive a grant from ND). Details provided below:
Students must be 16 yrs old by Aug 1st.
Application opens Oct 16th close Feb 19th
2 short essays are required as part of the application (approximately 300 words or less)
Letter Recommendation is required
2 summer sessions are available and will depend on the class the student takes. Student will pick from 33 different courses.
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Taking Ivy Tech courses while in high school gives you the opportunity to explore future careers and discover your passion while earning college credit! You may even have the ability to complete the Indiana College Core or earn an associate degree before you graduate high school, saving you time and money.
Indiana College Core
The Indiana College Core ensures that your 30 hours of general education credit transfers between public colleges and universities. By completing this credential with Ivy Tech while you’re still in high school, you can guarantee that most, if not all, of your core college classes will already be completed by the time you begin college, regardless of what school you choose to attend.
By working hard to earn your associate degree in high school, you will be ready to transition directly into the workforce and begin a fulfilling career after graduation, or you can seamlessly transfer to a four-year college or university and earn your bachelor’s degree in only two years, saving you thousands of dollars.
Ivy Tech has 20+ associate degrees that qualify for guaranteed admission to many other four-year institutions around the state.
Graduating High School Seniors (Class of 2024):
As a graduating senior, you may be planning on attending Ivy Tech or looking to head straight to a four-year institution. You may also be one of many students who are still searching for what comes next and looking for ways to explore your options. Regardless of what path you are on, taking free Ivy Tech courses this summer is a great first step as it will allow you to explore potential future careers, get an introduction to the college classroom, earn college credit, and save money.
If you like what you see this summer, continue studying with us by registering for courses this fall.