The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) recognizes and rewards academic excellence by connecting high-achieving students with opportunities to develop their strengths and pursue their passions. We invite outstanding students to join our society for access to college admissions counsel, advanced networking opportunities, study abroad opportunities and more! NSHSS also connects its members to exclusive scholarships , academic competitions, study abroad programs and pre-college programs. These range from academic awards, to community service and leadership awards, arts and literature competitions, essay competitions, STEM awards, leadership awards and travel grants, among others. This year, almost $2,000,000 in scholarships will be awarded to high school students, collegiate students and educators. For additional details contact the email below.
The student is responsible to pay Initial & Final Application fees. The scholarship amount may be disbursed in either one or more quarters to the student's FIDM account. The full, one-year scholarships include tuition, fees, books, and most supplies. The scholarship is applied to tuition and fees only and has no cash value. It can be applied only to FIDM tuition and fees that are charges in the student's name and while the student is in attendance. In order for scholarship recipients to use their award(s) at FIDM, they must plan to begin their studies at FIDM in the first or second academic quarter for which they are eligible following their graduation from high school. In addition, they must meet all Admissions Requirements, including a recommendation from their Admissions Advisor. Should a recipient take a Leave of Absence, change his/her major, withdraw from FIDM or return from academic dismissal, he or she is entitled to complete the remaining number of units of the original program to which he/she was accepted. Upon change or return, any additional units required for the current major beyond the original contract, will be charged to the student (subject to prevailing tuition costs at the time of change or return). Scholarships are non-transferable.