Make sure to check this page often for updated scholarship opportunities!

Highlighted Scholarships

  • October 31, 2018-Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship - $2,000 Write a 250 word or less essay on what you would do to survive a zombie apocalypse.

  • October 31, 2018- Aceable Agent Higher Education Scholarship- Write an essay about whatever holds a place in your heart and has helped you become the person you are today. Tell your story and you might just win a $1,000 scholarships to go towards your higher education.

  • November 15, 2018- UTAH JUMPSTART/AFCU SCHOLARSHIP- $1,250-The Utah Jump$tart Scholarship Competition is designed to recognize students who can demonstrate a solid understanding of financial literacy concepts and are pursuing a post-secondary education.

  • November 15, 2018-The 2019 Most Valuable Student scholarship-The Elks National Foundation will award 500 four-year scholarships to the highest-rated applicants in the 2019 competition. Scholarships range from $1,000-$12,500.

  • November 29, 2018-Daniels Fund- The Daniels Scholarship Program provides a four-year annually-renewable college scholarship for graduating high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership, and a commitment to serving their communities.

  • January 10, 2019- Utah State University- PLEASE VISIT IN JANUARY, 2019, FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES!

  • May 1, 2018 - Summer Free Start Scholarship - Available to graduating high school seniors in the Bear River Region who are looking to complete a BTECH program they were enrolled in while in high school, OR to high school students planning on attending BTECH after graduation. Scholarship waives tuition up to $500.

Featured Scholarships

  • October 17, 2018-Wendy’s High School Heisman- $500-$5,000-If you’re one of the 1.4 million high school ATHLETES across the country that excels in the classroom, on the field and within your community, apply now.

  • October 31, 2018-Tobacco-Free Life Academic Scholarship- Are you passionate about creating a tobacco-free world? Tobacco-Free Life awards $2,000 in scholarships each quarter to students who are committed to preventing the suffering and death caused by smoking.

  • November 1, 2018-1000 Dreams Scholarship Fund-The 1,000 Dreams Scholarship provides one-time educational assistance for currently enrolled high school or college-aged women of up to $1,000.

  • November 30, 2018- Sixt Scholars Program- $5,000 scholarship awarded to students graduating in 2019.

  • December 31, 2018- Free Speech Essay Contest-$500-$10,000- Explain in an 800 - to 1000 - word essay why free speech is so important to higher education, and why censorship undermines the ideals of liberal education and a free society.

  • January 10, 2019- Alumni Resident Scholarship - $375 for students applying to Utah State University who have at least one parent or grandparent that who earned an associate degree or higher from Utah State University.

  • June 1, 2019 - Pureland Supply CTE Scholarship - The $1000.00 Pureland Supply Scholarship is available to students who have been accepted to an accredited trade school, vocational college, technical school or community college for the study of trade, craft, or labor occupations. 

  • June 30, 2019 - ZipRecruiter Essay Scholarship - $3000 to the best essay about a job you've had.

  • Click here for resources available to students that have been in foster care.

  • BHW Women in STEM Academic Scholarship - This is a $3000 scholarship open to women pursuing a career in STEM. The application for next year is not open until January, but they already have the essay topics on their website if you want to get started!

  • Paul Mitchell the School - Paul Mitchell will award 6 $1000 scholarships to Logan High Students. See Kevyn in the Career Center for an application.

  • Many Scholarships - see this link for Native American scholarships. Many different ones listed with different amounts, criteria and deadlines.

  • Ongoing - Helen Abbot Fund - $1500; must show financial need. Emergency funds available; for personal or educational use.

  • Ongoing - Carole Putnam Fund - Amount varies; for educational use. Must show financial need.

    Other Scholarships

  • On going applications- Putnam Fund- Scholarship varies- Female students planing on participating a non-degree program such as cosmetology, certificate programs, etc. See Kevyn in the counseling office for an application.

  • October 17, 2018 - College Jump Start Scholarship -$1,000 open to 10th-12th graders, college students and non-traditional students. The main requirement is that you are committed to going to school and can express your goals for getting a higher education

  • January 1, 2019- Clayton Memorial Scholarship- up to $4,000. Women accepted into a Nursing program, see Kevyn in the counseling office for application.

  • January 18, 2019-Profile in Courage Essay Contest- Enter to win up to $10,000 by writing an essay about an act of political courage by a US elected official who served during or after 1917. 

  • March 1, 2019- Coda Memorial Scholarship- $5,000-Requirements include: female student acceptance into 4 year university, GPA 3.8+, leadership ability, and participated in extra curricular activities/community involvement. See Kevyn in counseling office to application.

  • April 30, 2019 - E-Waste Scholarship - Open to grades 9-12

  • May 1, 2019 - Essay Scholarship - Write an essay answering the prompt "Has technology caused you to feel more included in your community, or excluded?

  • April 25, 2019- Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest - Have you read The Fountainhead or Atlas Shrugged? Are you a strong writer? Find details on this scholarship opportunity at the link.

  • May 31, 2019 - Christian College Scholarship Drawing - Enter to win $2500 by requesting information about Christian Colleges.

  • June 1, $1,000.00 Scholarship is available to a student enrolled as a Business major (for Fall 2019) who may one day be an entrepreneur and start their own business.

  • June 30, 2019 - Digital Privacy Scholarship - $1000 scholarship for a 9-12 grader. Will write a message about digital privacy.

  • Do Something Scholarships - Multiple scholarships with different requirements, deadlines and amounts. Check back often.

  • Knights of Columbus Scholarships - several scholarships if you have parents involved with the Knights of Columbus.

  • Community Foundation of Utah - Several different scholarships at this link.

  • Student Science Scholarships - Many different scholarships at this link.

Other Useful Scholarship Links

Utah Futures - search colleges and universities in Utah, compare their programs and costs, and see what scholarships are available.

Step Up Utah - search “scholarships” for awesome tips and tricks, and then find specific details on the Regents’ Scholarship here

UNCF - Click here for information on scholarships and internships for minority students. 

Unigo - Search for colleges and for scholarships on this fun website!!

FastWeb - you’ll need a login and then you can subscribe and be alerted via email to scholarships that fit your profile - Create a login and profile to be matched to scholarships that apply to you.




Scholarship FAQ's

Q:        Does your website have all of the scholarships that are available to LHS students?

A:         No.  There are literally thousands of scholarships available and the information we give you here is a good starting point.   Contact the scholarship office of the colleges you are interested in, visit the LHS Career Center, click through the links here, even Google can give you some great resources!  Remember that scholarships will not come looking for you, you have to put in the work to find the ones that are a good fit for you.  And always look out for the red flags listed here that tell you that an “opportunity” is too good to be true.

Q:        Does my high school counselor decide who gets a scholarship?

A:         No.  Your counselors are a wonderful resource to help you know what scholarships might be a good fit for you, and they will write you letters of recommendation when needed, but they do not award scholarships.  Each college has their own office to determine which students are awarded scholarships and then they will inform you by mail or email.

Q:        How high does my GPA have to be to get a scholarship?

A:         This depends on the college that you plan to attend.  Smaller, open-admission schools will often have lower requirements for their scholarships, where larger, more competitive schools will be higher.  Look at the college’s website; they will often have a table there that will show you what you can expect, or call their scholarship office.

Q:        If my GPA isn’t high, are there scholarships I can still apply for?

A:         Different scholarships are awarded based on a lot of different criteria.  Academic scholarships look at a combination of GPA and ACT/SAT scores but there are a lot of other potential scholarships that might work for you and are based on things like extracurricular activities, athletics, clubs, community service or leadership experience.  Find these by visiting the website of the college you plan to attend.

Q:        Can I apply for more than one scholarship?

A:         Most of the time, yes, you will be able to receive a combination of multiple scholarships as well as financial aid.   Every scholarship is different, though, so be sure to read the instructions when you are applying.  Every college is different, too, so if you have any doubt, check with the scholarship office at the college you are applying to.

Q:        What if I receive scholarship offers from more than one college?

A:         That’s awesome – congrats!  Make certain that you follow the directions to accept your scholarship award.  If you fail to accept it, or miss the deadline, you could lose that money.  Once you’ve made your final decision about where you are going to go, contact the other colleges and decline that scholarship money so that it can be made available to other applicants.

Q:        If I want to attend a college or university outside of Utah, what should I do?

A:         The first step is always to visit the website of the college or university you are interested in.  Remember that it is ultimately up to you to make sure that you know what your college’s deadlines are and what you need to do to apply. .  The Career Center is available to help you with whatever your post high plans are and would be happy to help you research those opportunities no matter where they are, so don’t hesitate to ask for help.