Monomoy Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Applications Now Open

For Monomoy High and students home schooled in Harwich/Chatham...

Monomoy Dollars for Scholar's scholarship season has opened and will close April 1, 2019 for this year. . Any senior who is a resident of Chatham or Harwich, or who will graduate from Monomoy Regional High School, is eligible for scholarships. Home-schooled students who are residents are also invited to participate. In addition, students do not have to be going to a college.  Any higher education institution that is accredited by the federal or state government, is acceptable.   

Students can already go on line and create their Profile at the Monomoy Dollars for Scholars Website. Just type Monomoy Dollars for Scholars into your browser.  

Once logged into the site, students can begin to make a profile.  Students and parents are both encouraged to read the GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS – SENIORS found on the login page. It provides students with a guideline as to how they should create their profile, what's important, what Monomoy Dollars for Scholars requires, available scholarships (always changing!), gives dates, advice, and provides a point of reference for the entire scholarship process.  

Other opportunities abound after creating a profile.  Through our parent organization, Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars, access and the ability to submit applications for scholarships that are available on the federal and state level, is a one-click process.  Scholarships offered by corporations, foundations, etc., can be found and applied for through the Scholarship America website.  If you would like more information please contact Anne D’Urso 774-237-8003 or email  [email protected] or [email protected].


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