Start Earning Up to $80,000 in College Scholarships for Your High School Achievements.
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HOW IT WORKS FOR STUDENTS
36 students at Haverford Senior High School have already earned $8,669,758 in scholarships.
1. Sign Up and Add Activities Grades, Classes, Sports, Tests, Leadership, Volunteering
2. Watch Money Pile Up While Your Motivation to Do Even Better Increases
3. You Cash In at Participating Colleges Where You Have been Admitted
September 18, 2015
High Schooler Earns $80,000 For College: No Job Required
Startup develops program that allows high school students to start banking college scholarship money. Parents are thrilled by their children's accomplishments.
How Much Can You Earn?
- Get an A ($25 - $1000 per course)
- Get a B ($50 - $600 per course)
- Take an AP or IB Course ($75 - $2,500 per course)
- Take an Honors or Advanced Course ($25 - $1,250 per course)
- Take 2+ Foreign Language Courses ($20 - $3,000 per course)
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
- Participate in an Extracurricular Activity ( $10 - $300 per year)
- Leadership Role in an Extracurricular Activity ($50 - $1,500/year)
- Participate in a Sport ($10 - $300 per year)
- Leadership Role in a Sport ($50 - $1,500 per year)
- Volunteer in Community for 10+ Total Hours ($15 - $7,500)
- National Honor Society ($15 - $500)
TESTS AND TEST SCORES
- Take an AP Exam ($50 - $1,500 per exam
- Take the PSAT or ACT Plan ($100 - $1,000)
- PSAT Score of 95+ or ACT Plan Score 14 + ($10 - $5,000)
- Take the SAT or ACT ($1,000)
- SAT Score 1350+ or ACT Score 19+ ($25 - $16,000)
You can also earn $1,000s more for college application activities and referring friends.
HOW IT WORKS FOR SCHOOLS
Strath Haven High School's students have earned $6,100,000
Reinforces Positive Behavior
Shortens Students' Feedback Loop
Promote Clear Achievable Goals
Rewards Inputs, Not Just Outputs
Builds a College Going Culture
This program is backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, University of Pennsylvania, and Facebook because it is based on research that indicates students get better grades, participate in extra-curricular activities more, and take college application steps more seriously when their actions are visibly related to the amount of scholarship funding they instantly receive.
- Julie Spak, former Admissions Official and Guidance Counselor
How Much Will Students At Your School Earn?
PARENTS LOVE IT
1. Parents Sign Up Children
Parents Can Sign Up Their Children & Help Add Activities
2. Watch Money Pile Up Parents Relax While Students Do Better in School & Earn
3. Parents Save Money
Students Pay for Their Own College. Parents Rejoice!
COLLEGES LOVE IT
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute supports the efforts to reach and motivate bright students for whom micro-scholarships will turn a college education from a dream into a reality. - Vice President for Enrollment and Dean of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Rochester is excited to use micro-scholarships as a way to connect with and motivate students earlier in high school. We believe this innovative approach to scholarships will benefit students and colleges across the country. - Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
The University of Delaware is proud to future and support bright students who dare look to the future and see themselves as scholars. - Director of Admissions
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Tulane University is looking forward to awarding civically-engaged high school students who are also leaders in their schools and communities. - Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management
Notre Dame of Maryland University is thrilled to encourage and future promising students, particularly young women, who might not otherwise consider attending college. This program has the potential to identify and empower future leaders who will change their communities and the world. - Vice President for Enrollment Management
University of Dayton is excited to bring more transparency to college pricing and help students from all backgrounds better prepare for a rigorous college education. - Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing
DePaul University - For many students, early information about scholarships and financial aid can make a dramatic difference in their goals and aspirations. We at DePaul look forward to encouraging the dreams of many aspiring students via our partnership - Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management
Marist College believes the scholarship program is a unique and innovative way to connect students with Colleges and Universities that recognize their special talents and achievements, while providing them with a great opportunity to make higher education more affordable. - Vice President for Enrollment Management
Worcester Polytechnic Institute is very excited to be working with the scholarship program. We see this as an opportunity to assist students from across the country with access to education. We are especially pleased with the structure of the program, tying high school academics, leadership and community service to scholarships. - Dean of Admissions
Cedar Crest College believes our partnership will provide young women with a path to college that recognized academic and personal success. We are excited to recognize academic achievement, community service and leadership through the micro scholarship program. - Vice President of Student Affairs
New York Institute of Technology is dedicated to providing access to opportunity to all qualified students. Through this innovative micro scholarships program, students from different backgrounds will become engaged, motivated and supported to academically and personally pursue their future goals. - Associate Dean of Admissions
Lewis & Clark College is eager to support enterprising students early on in their academic journeys. - Dean of Enrollment and Communications
Loyola Marymount University is excited to use micro-scholarships to reward academically ambitious students committed to lives of meaning and purpose. - Vice Provost of Enrollment Management
University of Massachusetts Lowell has partnered to use this unique micro-scholarship program to encourage and reward high school students engaged in behaviors that are conducive to success in college. - Vice-Provost for Enrollment & Former Dean of Engineering.
PARENTS LOVE IT
Author, Paying Less for College
This program is a win-win for students, parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and school administrators. - Samuel Ingersoll-Weng, Author, Paying Less for College