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Financial Aid

FAFSA Seniors can start filling out the FAFSA in January: Due March 2nd

Cal Grant  Return GPA Verification form to Jan Maxim by February 28th

CSS Profile  College Board's financial aid profile for private & out of state schools

NACAC  Fee waiver for many private/out-of-state schools


START HERE:   Financial Aid Overview & Information      

College Board  Scholarship Search

fastweb  Scholarship Search

Finaid  Scholarship Search

College Treasure  Merit-based Scholarships

Merit Aid   Merit-based Scholarhips

Terra Linda Scholarship Foundation  TL Scholarships for seniors: applications available in February

Additional Financial Aid Resources


10,000 Degrees  Local resource for low-income and 1st generation-to-college students.

Scholarships for undocumented students

California Dream Act  (AB 130) allows students who meet AB 540 criteria to apply for and receive non-state funded scholarships for public colleges and universities. 

MALDEF  Info about scholarships and immigration for Latino students

AB 540  Provision for immigrants to access lower in-state tuition in CA

E4FC  Educators for Fair Consideration