Scholarships & Financial Aid

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    There are several types of financial assistance for post-secondary education, including grants, scholarships, and loans. We strongly recommend that families look into these opportunities for students seeking to continue their education beyond high school. This page provides resources to help you navigate the process of applying for financial aid.

    IMPORTANT! No matter the financial case, whether planning to attend a certification program, technical school, or 2- or 4-year college, every student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be considered for most types of financial assistance. Click on the link below to learn more about the FAFSA. Students should complete this during the fall of their senior year. October 1 is the earliest date you can complete this form.


  • Scholarship opportunities can be found at the local, state, and national levels. Scholarships are posted weekly as they are received in the Counseling Office. Visit the Liberty Scholarships List to view these opportunities. Seniors, check this section regularly once school starts in the fall!

    At right, you will notice several websites and phone apps to help students explore scholarship opportunities.

    Students should also visit the scholarship page on the website of college/university they plan to attend for specific scholarship opportunities at that school. Several university deadlines are in the fall; pay attention to dates!

Scholarships Sent to Liberty Counseling Office

    • Liberty Scholarship List: Spreadsheet listing scholarships sent to the Counseling Office. Brief descriptions/links, scholarship amounts, and deadlines are given.

    • Scholarship Applications: Google Drive folder containing scholarship applications available to the Counseling Office. (If the scholarship has an online application, that link can be found in the Liberty Scholarships List.)