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2020-2021 Scholarship Information


Eligibility Criteria



Farmworker Career Development Program

  • Juniors or seniors
  • Considering a technical career
  • Have family members working in the field of agriculture 


Pays for tuition, books, uniforms, etc.

Central FL Merle Evanchyck Epilepsy Scholarship
  • Senior
  • Must have received epilepsy diagnosis 
Nov. 15
March 15
August 15


College Board Opportunity Scholarships

Open to all students of the Class of 2022!

Ongoing through February 28, 2022

Up to $40,000 

Pursuit of the Arts Scholarship
  • OCPS student
  • Qualify for McKinney-Vento Act provisions, on free/reduced meal plan, or otherwise documented to have been experiencing poverty or homelessness during (but not limited to) their senior year of high school
  • Pursue post-secondary education in visual or performing arts

Cade Nabers Memorial Scholarship
  • Senior
  • Be accepted by an accredited college
  • Awarded by teacher in the field of Drama or TV Production
Presented at Senior Awards


Florida Conference of Black State Legislators Foundation Scholarship

  • Senior
  • Acceptance into a Florida college or university

June 1 


El Dabe Ritter Trial Lawyers Scholarship

  • Senior
  • Enroll in an accredited university
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
June 30


WiseGeek LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship

  • Students that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community

July 7 
Kobrin Family Scholarship
  • Senior
  • 3.2 unweighted GPA
  • 26 ACT or 1360 SAT
  • Will attend UCF
July 15

John T Edwards Memorial Scholarship
  • Senior male (incoming freshman)
  • Weighted GPA 3.5 or higher
  • Record of service to community and high school
  • Will attend FSU

July 27 


City Property Management HOA Service Scholarship
  • Senior
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Plan to attend college by Fall 2021

July 31 

Ponton Law Scholarship

  • Senior

July 31


*Bright Futures has a different grade point scale for honors, AP and Dual Enrollment courses, therefore a student's Bright Futures GPA may differ from their school GPA.

Students must apply for the Bright Futures scholarship by submitting the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) beginning October 1st of their senior year and before their high school graduation date. Click
here for the OSFA website to get more information on Bright Futures and other state scholarships.
You may use this worksheet to keep track of your Bright Futures credits and to calculate your GPA and/or quality points.

Additional Resources:
OCPS Scholarship Bulletin