The House Scholarship Foundation recognizes and honors talented high school students across the United States and its territories by providing financial assistance through need-based and merit-based scholarships. We hope to bolster the chances of prospective college students pursuing their aspirations by alleviating the pressure of financial burdens. Applicants are honored and rewarded through a combination of factors, which include extracurricular activities, academic records, essays, and current financial situations.
The House Scholarship Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the advancement of education in the U.S. Our organization was originally founded by fellow high school students who wanted to bring scholarship opportunities to young students in the U.S, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or religion. Applicants must: be a US citizen (or a permanent resident of the US); be a current high school student (9-12th grade); have a high school transcript available; and be planning to go to a college or some other equivalent after high school. Our organization awards scholarships on a need and merit basis.