Scholarships

Check this page regularly for new scholarship updates. Scholarships are listed in order of due date--not by date in which they were received by the counseling office. 

Brentwood Alumni Scholarship Each year, the Brentwood Alumni Association sponsors a scholarship program for graduating seniors from BHS. Download a copy of the application online or pick up a hard copy from the bookshelf outside of Mrs. Diaz's office. All applications must be received by Ms. Brown by 3:00 p.m., Thursday, 2/20/20.

Greater St. Louis Mothers of Twins Club Continuing Education Award in Memory of Mary Joan Wolf and Betty Radetic The Greater St Louis Mothers of Twins Club offers two (2) scholarships for multiple-birth students seeking initial enrollment in accredited post high school education or training. Numerous factors will be considered in the selection of award recipients, including academic achievement, leadership and citizenship,  as well as the applicant's essay and recommendations. For more information and to apply, visit the following website: https://stlmotc.org/Scholarship. Deadline to apply is 2/21/20.

Pay It Forward Scholarship This $500 scholarship is an investment in an African American Senior of Brentwood High School who plans to attend an institution of higher learning after graduation. The application can be downloaded online or hard copies can be picked up from the bookshelf outside of Mrs. Diaz's office. Completed applications must be returned to Ms. Brown by the end of the school day on 2/28/20. 

Brentwood Community Scholarship Application Each year, members of the Brentwood community sponsor scholarships for BHS graduates. Students can fill out ONE common scholarship application and apply for the following scholarships: Evening Optimist Club Scholarship, Gene-Del Printing Scholarship, Brentwood Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, Brentwood Boosters Scholarships (5 total will be offered), and the Wright Stuff Scholarship. The common application for community scholarships can be downloaded online or hard copy applications can be picked up from the bookshelf outside of Mrs. Diaz's office. Completed applications must be returned to the Ms. Brown by the end of the school day on 2/28/20.

2020 oxyGEN Scholarship Program The oxyGEN scholarship program celebrates our commitment to growth through the pursuit of higher education. This scholarship recognizes students' ability to demonstrate critical and creative thinking by effectively communicating the importance of a STEM topic of their choice and their ability to make an impact in the field or in their community. To be eligible applicants must: Demonstrate a passion for a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) topic, but they are NOT required to be pursuing a degree in a STEM field; additionally, they must enroll in an accredited 2- or 4-year undergraduate program within the U.S. for the 2020-2021 school year. The minimum scholarship amount awarded is $1000. For more information and to apply, visit the following website: https://ebiznet.sbc.com/oxygen/oxy/scholarship/index.cfm. Deadline is 2/28/20.

National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) Scott/St. Louis Chapter Scholarship The purpose of the NDTA Scott/St. Louis Chapter scholarship program is to promote careers in Business, Transportation Logistics, and Physical Distribution.  Although all students may apply, preference will be given to students pursuing these and related courses of study. The Scott / St. Louis Chapter of the NDTA intends to award a minimum of two (2) scholarships of $3,000 each and four (4) scholarships of $2,000 each for recipients enrolled in an accredited bachelors or graduate degree program in 2020. An additional award of $1500 is set-aside for students enrolled in a two-year associate degree or trade certification program. Scholarships are open to any high school student that meets the eligibility criteria. One of the $3,000 awards is set aside for immediate family members of active members of the Scott / St. Louis Chapter of the NDTA.  ​​​​Applications can be downloaded here or picked up picked up from Mrs. Diaz (or from the bookshelf right outside her office in the counseling office). Applications must be postmarked most later than 3/1/20. Please allow your recommenders ample time to meet this deadline. 

Missouri Stem Signing Day Scholarship 
The Missouri Chamber Foundation’s Mathematics and Science Coalition launched the Missouri STEM Signing Day program in 2019 to raise awareness of STEM pathways for students beyond high school. Just like signing days for athletes, Missouri STEM Signing Day celebrates Missouri high school seniors as they make their commitments to study a STEM field in college. The program offers $1,000 scholarships to a minimum of 10 students to help them pursue their STEM education goals at a 2-year, 4-year or technical college of their choice. The funds are unrestricted to be used for tuition, living expenses, books or technology. For more information and to apply, visit the following website: https://mochamber.com/signingday/. Applications must be submitted by 3/1/20.

Missouri Courage Scholarships Since 2016, MCS has awarded over $75,000 to students who demonstrate courage in the face of adversity and who are dedicated to LGBTQ equality and social justice. The application is open to college-bound seniors graduating from Missouri high schools.​ MCS has multiple categories of awards. Here are a few of them: The Missouri Courage Award (MCA) is for Missouri students who have demonstrated their commitment and show great potential to work for change in their community that advances the lives of LGBTQ people and other social justice causes. The Trans Courage Award (TCA) is intended for transgender and non-binary students who meet the MCA qualifications. The Tower Grove Pride Courage Award is for students from the St. Louis City area. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $2,000. For more information and to apply, visit the following website: http://courage-scholarship.org/​. Deadline is 3/1/20.​

St. Louis Area Mensa Scholarships  Are you a student who is looking to major in a mental health-realted field in college? If so, consider the scholarships offered by the St. Louis Area Mensa group. Pay specific attention to the Healthy Minds Scholarship. Information can be found on the following website: http://stlouisareamensa.weebl​y.com/scholarships.html.  ​​​Deadline for the Healthy Minds Scholarship is 3/14/20.

Missouri Patriot Guard Riders Scholarship ​​The Missouri Patriot Guard Scholarship ($2000) is being offered to Missouri students who are sons or daughters of those who fall within the following categories: 1). Those who have given their lives in the line of duty, including both military and first responders (police/fire); 2). Those honorably discharged veterans who have passed after their term of service. 3). Those veterans or first responders disabled in the line of duty to the extent that providing an advanced education cannot be easily realized. Applications can be downloaded from the website or picked up from the bookshelf outside of Mrs. Diaz's office. The deadline is 4/1/20. However, one written recommendation is required. Please give your recommender ample notice.

Graybar Construction Trades Scholarship As a leader committed to helping the industry grow and thrive in the future, Graybar is excited to introduce a new scholarship program for students who wish to pursue a career in the construction trades. To be eligible, the applicant must: Be a graduating high school senior or have recently earned a high school equivalency diploma (GED, HiSET, TASC); Plan to enroll full time in a nonprofit community college, technical school, trade school, vocational school or apprenticeship program in the United States of America; Intend to complete an associate degree, pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship, or certificate program leading to work in the construction trades (electrical, HVAC, plumbing, pipefitting, welding); Have achieved a minimum grade point average (G.P.A.) of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, 456 on the GED, or 60 on the HiSET (at least an 8 on each subtest) or equivalent scores on a state-sanctioned test; and demonstrate financial need. For more information, and to apply, visit the following website: https://www.graybar150.com/scholarship/. Deadline to apply is 4/15/20.

Performance Eyecare Build Your Dream Scholarship Performance Eyecare is a privately owned optometry practice with locations in St. Charles and St. Louis county as well as in Illinois. They are sponsoring a $2,000 scholarship that is open to any local high school senior. It can be used for college, trade school, or a startup business. You can download the application here or pick up a hard copy from the bookshelf outside of Mrs. Diaz's office. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2020.