Graduating from high school is one of the most exciting experiences for a young adult. Not only do they get to look forward to entering college but they start down a new path in life where they will meet new people, have new experiences and find a career that can make them happy. Unfortunately, the cost of college is on the rise and many students are having to turn to financial aid and scholarships to get by. This can be especially true for those students who have an interest in music. Not only is the competition stiffer but there are only a certain amount of scholarships available. So, to the standard person things may seem pretty grim when it comes to locating assistance for a musical major. However, we are here to tell you that there are opportunities out there that you can take advantage of.
Of course, we are often looked to as a site that only focuses on the “easy” type of scholarships and while we admit that we are more of an authority in that area we do hold some authority when it comes to finding scholarships for high school seniors. In fact, we offer a unique blend when talking about these types of scholarships. We combine the easy part of applying for scholarships for those of you looking for a scholarship straight out of high school. This means that we will be listing the easiest options for you to take when getting money for college. So, our first order of business is to talk a bit about a free scholarship you can sink your teeth in.
Starting With Music Scholarships For High School Seniors
It was unavoidable. We had to do it. This is a section about all the music scholarships available for students coming right out of high school. However, we want to be unique so we will only be listing the scholarships that we feel you have the best chance to win. In other words, we will only be listing what we consider to be the “easier” scholarships.
Berklee Music Scholarship List- When it comes to apply for scholarships it is all about having the numbers in your favor. You need as many resources as you can get and Berklee Music has put together an amazing list of resources for students coming out of high school to reference. The reason we included it here was because we felt a lot of what was featured on the list was obtainable for the average person.
Young Soloists Program- Earn up to $5,000 if you are a student with a disability and are concentrating on a music career.