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Claymont Foundation scholarship applications available

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Claymont Foundation Scholarship applications 2022-23 are now available for current Claymont High School seniors, current college students who have graduated from Claymont and sophomores and juniors who will attend Buckeye Career Center.

The Buckeye Career Center Scholarships for 2022-23 are awarded to sophomores and juniors who will attend Buckeye Career Center to cover tuition, lab fees, and materials and supplies.

The current High School Scholarships 2022-23 is awarded to Claymont seniors planning to attend a trade school, community college, or university. Scholarships cover tuition fees, computers, supplies, books and university/college/school owned housing. Scholarship awards are based on essays, grade point average, activities, honors and awards.

The Scholarships for Current Undergraduate Students 2022-23 are awarded to current college students who are Claymont graduates and who are attending trade schools, community colleges, or universities. Scholarships cover tuition fees, computers, supplies, books and university/college/school owned housing. Scholarships will be based on essays, grade point average, and length of time remaining to earn the degree.

There are two types (two types of scholarships available to high school seniors and current college students, based on academic merit and financial need.

Students applying for an application based on need must ask their parents or head of household to file their latest federal income tax return.

The deadline to apply is 3pm, February 15th.

To apply: claymontschools.org/foundation/scholarships.html.

This article originally appeared on The Times-Reporter: Claymont Foundation Scholarship Applications Available

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