Any opinions on high school freshman scholarships

I have bumped into this scholarship while looking for the best that fits my younger bro who dropped out but wants to return to high school

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It’s great that your younger brother is considering returning to high school, and scholarships can certainly help make that transition smoother. When exploring scholarship opportunities for individuals returning to high school, consider factors such as eligibility criteria, application requirements, and deadlines. Look for scholarships specifically designed for adult learners, GED recipients, or individuals re-enrolling in high school. Additionally, inquire with local organizations, community colleges, or adult education centers, as they may offer financial assistance or resources tailored to returning students. Encourage your brother to thoroughly research each scholarship opportunity and to seek guidance from school counselors or academic advisors for support throughout the application process. With dedication and perseverance, he can find the right scholarship to support his educational journey back to high school.

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Which scholarship did you bump into?
For freshmen who are financially down, there are a lot of scholarships available for them to make their dreams come true.
They include:

  • Scholarships360 $10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship
  • “Get Inspired” TikTok Scholarship
  • “Jump for Joy” InstaScholarship
    You can also check online or ask the school administration for any available scholarships for your younger brother.
    In the process, beware of scammers.

Yes. There are scholarships open to students of all ages, but they are very rare compared to those given to high school seniors and those actually in college. Private high schools may offer financial aid to some of its own students, but rarely is the full cost covered.