If you are a high school student or a parent of a high school student, the typical approach to the scholarship search process begins the second half of Junior year or perhaps the end of Senior year in high school. However, since most academic based scholarships, like the Hope Scholarship, look at the overall grade point average (GPA) earned on core high school classes, grades earned the first semester of Freshman year are just as important as grades earned the last semester of the Senior year. It is the wise student that prepares for the Hope Scholarship Requirements starting the first day of Freshman classes. In fact, since Freshman classes may be easier, from an academic point of view, than Junior and Senior level classes, it may be more important to concentrate on getting “A” results in the Freshman year. These results will act as a base line to shore up the GPA when the harder classes hit later in the high school career. Continue reading
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- Living with the Hope Scholarship
- The Hope Scholarship Program
- Georgia Hope Scholarship Requirements
- Can I Use the Hope Scholarship for Graduate School?
- Georgia Hope Scholarship Tuition Coverage Continues to Drop
- Georgia Tuition Rates Finalized for 2012-2013
- Georgia Hope Zell Miller Scholarship
- Hope Scholarship is a popular name for scholarships
- Are Children of Military Parents Eligible for the Hope Scholarship?
- New Hope Scholarship Requirements