Taylor Community Schools

Scholarship Bulletin #1                                                                                                                 September 24, 2022

 This bulletin is available from the Counseling Office, Misters Bennett & Richey, the Taylor web page, you will also receive it by email. Updates can be found on the “Daily Announcements”; for parents to subscribe, contact Mrs. Lambert (ext. 190). Pick up applications in the Counseling Office. You will need to send in most of them. Entries marked with an *need to be returned to the Counseling Office for the Scholarship Committee.

(Note: Several colleges are offering extremely generous scholarships for students with outstanding grades and SAT scores if they apply for early enrollment.)

IU-B is offering numerous four-year scholarships for students meeting guidelines for SAT scores and GPAs.  Annual, renewable grants range from $1,000 to $8,000. Sergiy Chernetsky, Kenlee Woodard, and Ashley Nguyen received $8,000/year from this program. No scholarship application is necessary…just the regular IU admission application. Priority goes to students who apply for admission by Nov. 1. Go to the web site scholarships.indiana.edu/scholarships.

Purdue gives some of its best scholarships—Trustees ($10,000/yr.) and Presidential ($4,000 to $8,000/yr.) to students admitted by Nov. 1. These are automatic and not based on need. Requirements are outstanding grades and SAT scores. Tyler Barnes ’08 received $5,000/yr. Martin Pendergast ’08 won $10,000/yr. McKenna Deckard ’15 received $8,000/yr. Visit admissions.purdue.edu.

IUK’s Early Scholars Program date is Nov. 15.

SAT Review

www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat (free)    
www.ed2.go.org (enter “sat prep”)

SAT Test Dates Register at www.sat.org/register. (If you are in the 21st Century program, see Mrs. Marler for free registration.)
Saturday, November 5th = (Western HS) Deadline is October 7.

(Be sure to take right away; your scores may be requested for college admission.)

Free scholarship searches, go to www.fastweb.com or www.scholarships.com or www.tuitionfundingsources.com or Jack Kent Cooke Foundation at www.jkcf.org.

For colleges, majors, and financial aid, go to www.college.gov.

IUK “VIP Day”—tours, free app., lunch & more—Oct. 25 Tue., 9:00-12:00. Register at 455-9217.

Ivy Tech arranges visits and tours individually. Call 459-0561

FAFSA Night Purdue Polytechnic, Inventrek (7 00 E. Firmin/Home Ave.) Sept. 29, 5:30. This
info. session is open to all, not just Purdue applicants. Take a parent!

To see me to discuss scholarships, leave your name with Mrs. Brankle. I’ll see you next time I’m here.  You can call me at ext. 184 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mission Statement

The Taylor School Community mission is to prepare and encourage our students for success in all life’s opportunities through the foundation of TITAN STYLE.

Vision Statement

Working together as the Taylor Learning Community, we will distinguish ourselves as a premiere educational site, ensuring a life of success and continued growth for all of our students.