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I am a Florida resident on active duty in the Army.
Reading all the posts it makes me nervous to see that one little mistake no matter whos fault it is could cost my children the opportunity to be awarded the scholarship.
I guess the up-side is that they would be eligible for in-state tuition since you are stationed here, but not the scholarship. Paul September 14th, at Say I receive 4 credits for the same foreign language 2 more than requred.
In Spanish I — I get an A in the first. Spanish II same grades. Spanish III same grades. Spanish IV same grades. As a whole, I would have a 3. Am I able to mix semester hours from different years to get the 4. John- You have to start using it within three years of high school graduation.
I hate to break the bad news, but this is exactly why two of my friends did not get the Bright Futures award. You have to have the exact course requirements when you graduate high school or its no good.
Paula September 28th, at 8: I am currently a Senior and will be graduating this fall … I have a few questions… but, I would just like to say how much I appreciate this website and for you to take the time to answer questions!! Thank you so much again in advanced John: Its also a good goal to reach for — just showing improvement in your grades from year to year will give you bonus points with other scholarship and grant programs.
Kar October 1st, at 8: My daughter is a senior, and is doing well in most classes. She is struggling in Algebra II, and we are trying to locate a tutor. IF she does not pass the math for graduation requirements, but has a good enough gpa, can she take a ged for math only and still graduate and qualify for Bright Futures?
I remember when I was in high school I looked into the GED but ended up choosing an adult continuing education program at the local community college, instead. Jess October 7th, at I was awarded the Medallion Scholarship and have been using it since the moment I enrolled in the community college I currently attend.
Next semester is supposed to be my last semester before I graduate with my AA and knowing this would really save me!! Well, unless you stay more than sh credits Denise October 11th, at He is worried about loosing his Bright Future Scholarship.
What is the GPA that must be maintained to stay eligible and is it the semester or overall GPA that determines eligibility. He will need a 3. I was wondering, if I were to get married in the near future, would my scholarship be taken away from me?
Thank you very much, Melissa John: It is possible for some scholarships — but not Bright Futures! Josh October 13th, at 3: He said that that was okay. I currently have a 3. Just make sure to take them early and try to stay as calm as you can about the whole thing.
Is there any way I can still keep my scholarship with 9 credits? Polly October 15th, at Can he use these towards the service hours needed towards Bright Futures or must these hours be completed during high school years? This site is very informative and it highly appreciated.Toondoo lets you create comic strips and cartoons easily with just a few clicks, drags and drops.
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