Bozeman High School Students Earn 1.7 Million in College Scholarships

    After tracking scholarship winnings for the first time in Bozeman High School’s history, the College and Career center announced that BHS students received more than 1.7 million dollars in scholarships for college. These scholarships were application based awards, requiring hard work and consistent support from both the students and the center.

    Bozeman High School’s education is considered the best in the state. But perhaps its the programs and community that encompass more than just class taking that make the high school unique. The College and Career Center is one of the auxiliary programs that seem to direct BHS students in a positive direction.

    The scholarship totals only represented high schoolers who had reported their scholarship to the center, so more money may have been awarded. This year, the College and Career center worked in depth with around 60 of the 415 students (going to the center is voluntary and must be student led). A majority of the 1.7 million in scholarships came from these students. One student went in almost every day and ultimately walked away with $27,000 in scholarships.

    The center is open every day at Bozeman High School from 8 am to 4 pm. Having an additional support/educational program like this in the school will get more students into college and at a better rate.

    Bozeman High School continues to work hard on surrounding the school with great programs to help students excel and to keep students from falling behind. Last year, Bozeman won an award to improve its mental health programs while also taking part in a competitive study for teaching mathematics in schools.

    Bozeman’s enrollment continues to increase because of its consistent excellence. It’s hard for a home buyer to NOT move to Bozeman when they start a family. The City of Bozeman just announced plans to move forward with a second high school to better address growth, allowing for the city to grow while keeping a great education system moving forward.

     

    Source: http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/education/bozeman-high-seniors-earn-million-in-college-scholarships/article_a0a3da58-7edd-5dc3-879a-978a2e9fee18.html

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