You Can Now Earn Scholarships From

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September 20, 2017 by Devin Ramsey

September 20, 2017 by Devin Ramsey

City Honors High School


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This website can help you earn scholarship by having good grades, good SAT or ACT scores, and volunteering hours. There are many students that have apply to college through

A City Honors student named Darrius Ramsey has earn over three million dollars in scholarship offers. The highest single scholarship offer he has earned to date was $60,000 for Hartwick College.

Here are the following steps to apply and earn scholarships.

Step 1: Register to and sign up

Step 2: Enter your grades, test scores, and volunteering hours to the portfolio. You can also put activities in your portfolio.

Step 3: Once you have all your grades and scores enter in the system, you will receive a email or a notification on the colleges/universities that are giving money for your tuition.

Also when you are a senior, you will receive email or calls from colleges that will talk to you abut applying.

It benefits high school students that wants to attend to a college/universities. The website is called Raise. You would find it on their website, which you can search it on google. You can sign up whenever you have the time. You should sign up for because their are many students that gets accepted to colleges but can not afford the tuition. So, was created to help students pay their tuition.

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