The College Bound Scholarship. OSPI Summer Institute June 26 – 27, 2013. College Bound Pop Quiz. Sign-up Questions – True or False If a student changes schools, he/she must submit another CB application.
OSPI Summer Institute
June 26 – 27, 2013
Race and Ethnicity Data for Complete Applications
All portal accounts will expire in July. To gain access for 2013-14 academic year, forward your name and contact information in the fall to: [email protected]
College Bound Program Officers
Student files FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov
ISIR shared with college
Student Aid Report (SAR) for student
Reviews SAR for accuracy.
Will contact student if more information is needed.
Must make any
corrections at www.fafsa.gov
Prepares financial aid package.
Must respond to requests from college for more information, and sign off on final award letter.
Award letter shared with student.
Scholarship is based on financial need.
It coordinates with State Need Grant and other state-
funded grants or scholarships to cover tuition (at public
institution rates) and student activity fees, and a small
The CBS amount varies for each student
Messages must be clear and accurate from middle school, through high school and into college.
Access to Secure Portal
Conferences and Workshops
Enhanced existing materials
Expanded message on the back of the certificate
Added list of eligible institutions
Detailed explanation of Action Steps for students; Email also sent to parents
Data and Scholarship Requirements
2012 Class = 15,861 students
College Bound students have higher cumulative grade point averages than their peers who are also low income but are not enrolled in College Bound.
*CBS records matched with OSPI data, January 2013.
Students not eligible for Free- and Reduced-Price Lunch (FRPL) have the highest graduation rate: 86.8%.
College Bound Scholarship students: 78.7%.
Students eligible for FRPL who did not apply for the College Bound Scholarship: 59.9%.
“It seemed way too good to be true," said Hamda Yusaf, a current University of Washington student who received the College Bound Scholarship. "I don't think we even truly believed that it was an actual scholarship until probably a week before my fall quarter and we all woke up with money in our bank accounts and a tuition balance set to zero. And I think that was the best morning of my life.”
The Skanner News March 18, 2013
Middle School Challenges
High School Challenges
ESD 101: Serving Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, & Whitman counties;
Interim: Michelle Alejano, 509-251-3787
ESD 105: Serving Kittitas, Yakima, Klickitat, and Grant counties;
Efrain Quiroz, 509-781-4207
ESD 112: Serving Clark, Skamania, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Klickitat, & Pacific countiesRebecca Hightower, 509-322-6788
ESD 113: Serving Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, & Thurston counties;
Theresa Kimball, 360-701-9608
ESD 114: Serving Kitsap, Clallam, Jefferson, and North Mason counties;
Pat Jensen, 360-265-2462
ESD 121: Serving King and Pierce counties;
Marina Espinoza, 206-366-5564
ESD 123: Serving Benton, Franklin, Walla Walla, Columbia, Asotin, and Whitman counties;
Teresa Santoy, 509-840-0332 [email protected]
ESD 171: Serving Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan counties; Sue Johnson, 509-449-0138
ESD 189: Serving Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties;
Leiann DeVelder, [email protected]
New college and career planning website — Ready, Set, Grad — is on track to launch in late June 2013.