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Shoreline Scholars 

This scholarship program is for residents of Shoreline or Lake Forest Park and those who attend public, private or home schools in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park. Shoreline Scholars receive up to a full tuition scholarship for two years in any field of study offered at Shoreline Community College, including university transfer or professional/technical programs. College Bound and Running Start students are strongly encouraged to consider the Shoreline Scholars program.  

Eligibility requirements

High school students
  • Reside in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park or attend a public or private school in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park.
  • Washington resident or HB1079 eligible.
  • Earn a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.0 or better (as of first semester grades of final year in high school).
  • Eligible for placement into English 101 and Math 098 or higher.
    • Note - Placement eligibility may be determined through a variety of methods, including: transcript review; Compass test scores of 80 in Reading, 80 in Writing and placement into Math 098 or higher; Accuplacer test scores comparable to the Compass scores; Smarter Balanced test scores. SAT/ACT scores are not substitutes for transcipt review or placement test scores.
  • Be on track to earn a high-school diploma in 2016
  • Plan to enroll full-time (minimum 12 credits) at Shoreline Community College for the fall quarter immediately following high-school graduation.
  • Complete FAFSA (or WASFA if HB 1079 eligible) and include the Shoreline Community College school code of 003791.
    • Note - Eligible students with an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $7,000 or less on the FAFSA are likely to qualify for a full Shoreline Scholars scholarship. Reduced scholarships are possible with a slightly higher EFC.
Home school students
  • Reside in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park or attend a home school in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park.
  • Washington resident or HB1079 eligible.
  • Submit proof of home school registration status, such as the intent-to-home-school form.
  • Submit ACT (composite scores of at least 27) or SAT scores (combined score of at least 1200 in Critical Reading and Math)

  • Eligible for placement into English 101 and Math 098 or higher.
    • Note - Placement eligibility may be determined through a variety of methods, including: Compass test scores of 80 in Reading, 80 in Writing and placement into Math 098 or higher; Accuplacer test scores comparable to the Compass scores; Smarter Balanced test scores.
  • Plan to enroll full-time (minimum 12 credits) at Shoreline Community College for the fall quarter immediately following high-school completion.
  • Complete FAFSA (or WASFA if HB 1079 eligible) and include the Shoreline Community College school code of 003791
    • Note - Eligible students with an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $7,000 or less on the FAFSA are likely to qualify for a full Shoreline Scholars scholarship. Reduced scholarships are possible with a slightly higher EFC.

 

 Updated 2/17/2016