Scholarship Resources

Scholarship are gifts.  They don't need to be repaid.  Students are encouraged to apply for national, state, regional and community scholarships.  There are thousands of them, offered by colleges, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits, ethnic groups, religious groups, and professional and social organizations.  Scholarships are awarded based on merit, ethnic background, community service, leadership, school activities and personal interests.  Colleges often offer scholarship money.  Check out the financial aid office from the colleges you are applying to.  Make sure you talk to college representatives, admission counselors and specific departments in the college (e.g. music, biology departments).  Sometimes the application for scholarships may be different from the admission applications.  


I am checking my emails frequently so feel free to email me at for transcripts, GPA, class rank or general scholarship questions. Please note below that some of the due dates have changed even tho the application may not reflect the current due date.  Stay tune as this page is changing frequently.  

Standing Tall for American Agriculture   Note new due date is April 27

Northwest Journalists of Color due March 29

Whatcom Women in Business due March 31

Combat Veterans International due March 31

Greater Bellingham Running Club & Haggen due March 31

Alfred and Elma Milotte due March 31

Careers in Agriculture due March 31

Whatcom County Farm Bureau due April  1

Whatcom County 4-H due April 1

Jay Paul Memorial Scholarship due April 1 

Mark Stap Memorial Scholarship due April 1 

Skagit Farmers Supply due April 1

Print and Graphics
due April 1

Cultivating your Community
due April 3

Shaping your Future due April 3

Health Science CTE due April  3

American Society of Civil Engineers due April 4

Pacific Northwest Grain and Feed due April 8

IBEW Local Union 171 due April 10

Electronic Security Association due April 10

Lynden/Ferndale International Masonic Lodge   Note new due date is June 15

Building Industry Association of Whatcom County due April 13

Matt Herzog due April 15 

SeaMar Farm Workers due April 15

Horatio Alger Career and Technical Association due April 15

Lynden Scholarship Foundation   Note new due date is June 15

Washington Cattle Women Beef Ambassador due April 15

Mt. Baker Rotary due April 15 Stay tune due date to change

Royal Brougham Foundation due April 25

Edmund Maxwell due April  30 

Whatcom County Cattlemen due April 30

Beans for Brains Community Service due April 30

Beans for Brains Regional Service due April 30

R.B. LeCouq due To Be Determined

American Indian Graduate Center due May 1

Washington State Sheep Producers due May 1

Society of Women Engineers due May 1

Robert B. McMillen due May 8

BIAW Education due May 15

Northwest Washington Fair Foundation due May 15  New due date

Lois Jean Roberts Memorial due May 20 

PSBJs Women of Influence due June 1

Abbott and Fenner Business due June 12

Lynden Breakfast Kiwanis due June 15

Lynden Lions due June 15  New due date

Accountants for Tomorrow due June 15  New due date 

John Fassett Memorial due June 15 New due date 

Clarence and Cornelia Ludden due June 15  New due date 

Sofia Milstead Memorial due June 15   New due date 

Go!FoodService due June 15

Automotive Hall of Fame due June 30

Rick Pankow Foundation applications are accepted on a rolling basis 

Alert Essay  due various times throughout the year

  • Local Scholarship Available Online
  • Washboard (State database)
  • Scholarships listed on the are diverse and support a wide variety of student interests and accomplishments.  Over half of the scholarships are not based on financial need.  Many of the scholarships listed are renewable, which means you may be eligible for continued scholarship funding as you continue your educations.

     The in a nutshell

    ·       Free web-based resource for Washington students attending college in and outside of Washington.

    ·       Students’ private information is kept confidential

    ·       Helps students quickly identify scholarship for which they are eligible by showing only those scholarship opportunities that match their profile data

    ·       Web-based, so it can be used at school, at the library or at home

    ·       Serves all  ages of students, from middle school through college and into graduate school

     How it works:

                  Go to

                  Complete your student profile

                  Explore Scholarships that match your profile

    Apply and submit your application either by mail, website, or by using the as the electronic application host by the due date

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Note: Some scholarship organizations ask schools to nominate one student for their scholarship.  LHS is a large public high school - students interested in being considered for a scholarship opportunity that require a nomination need to bring a current high school resume highlighting their leadership, community service and high school coursework to the High School and Beyond Center. Based on the scholarship criteria LHS will select the best qualified student to nominate (selected students need to follow through on all application details).