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NSHSS Hollister Co. Anti-Bullying Scholarship Program

$2,500

February 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Hollister Co. supports a college scholarships program for outstanding students who have academically persevered while experiencing bullying and for those who have led anti-bullying efforts in their schools and communities. Applicants must be high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0. The scholarships are renewable for up to three (3) years following the scholarship winner's freshman year, depending on the student's academic progress and continuing in full-time student status. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1936 North Druid Hills Road
  • Atlanta, GA 30319
  • tel: 404-235-5500
  • fax: 404-235-5510

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Raven F  on 6/18/2020 12:45:26 PM

I have not applied to this scholarship yet because this website won't let me, But I would love to apply for this scholarship because I know many people who have been victims of bullying and my goal is to help as many bully victims I can. Many people say that it gives the bully victim tough skin but I think that all it does is make the bully victim feel worthless about themselves and who they are as a person. I believe that bullying is a bad thing and should be eradicated at all cost because you never know what someone is going through in their personal life

LALA  on 11/9/2018 10:08:04 PM

Will there be a scholarship for victims of bullying? After eduring such horrific treatment from girls, the school did nothing!! This forced us to remove them & go to another school. The cost of private school is insane, but we had no choice. A scholarship like this could greatly help us . Twins is expendive enough, but privste school & college 2x.. all because school did nothing. I hope there is a 2019 scholarship for them to apply.

maranda m  on 1/30/2016 9:05:07 AM

how do I apply??

Tanegai Z  on 1/28/2016 3:03:49 PM

Is there anyway to get the application information for this scholarship ? Want to apply for it but it will not get back to em intime for the closing deadline

jamishea j  on 1/24/2016 5:48:52 PM

I have been bully when I was young and it didn't feel so good. Having low self -esteem and having suicide though every time night when you go to sleep. But I overcome it because by playing sports and just being your self and that why I'm going to school for Criminal Justice for protecting the people who went through, what I went been through

Tristan L  on 1/23/2016 5:00:15 PM

Coming out to my schoolmates about my sexuality was uneventful until the lesser humans of my class decided it would be fun to make fun of me for it. I ignored them but the teasing still wore on me. I plan on entering the arts and my history with the gay community and troubles coming out would be reflected in that. This scholarship would help me with the schooling I plan to pursue before making a career.

moesha w  on 1/21/2016 5:16:06 PM

I applied for this scholarship because im hadicapp and I want to go to college for nursing

Armando C  on 1/4/2016 5:51:11 PM

how can i receive my transcript through online

Kayla G  on 12/27/2015 3:24:46 PM

Is this scholarship only for high school seniors?

Jacob M  on 12/14/2015 9:20:53 AM

I did apply for this scholarship because i have been bullied, and it isn't very fun.

Keiara B  on 12/11/2015 1:11:52 PM

People shouldn't bully because it isn't big to make others feel small. Some kids already have low self-esteem and one day you might need that person you once bullied.

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