• Scholarships







    Central Arizona College (CAC)

    Early College Scholarship

    • 11th and 12th graders can use Early College funding for both dual enrollment and concurrent enrollment classes. Early College funds are now available for any 11th or 12th grade student residing in Pinal County and attending a Pinal County high school beginning the summer after their 10th grade year.
    • Early College funding now covers up to 6 credits of in-state tuition per semester (fall/spring/summer semesters are eligible) and is renewable while students maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

    High School Programs

    • CAC offers both dual enrollment (courses held at the high school and taught by a high school instructor) and concurrent enrollment (courses held at a CAC campus or online and taught by a CAC instructor) as High School Programs.


    Elks National Foundation

    The Elks National Foundation has an amazing scholarship opportunity!  Their Most Valuable Student Scholarships are now open for application.  There will be over 500 scholarships awarded ranging from $2,000 to $50,000.  To find out more or to have your Senior apply for the Most Valuable Student Scholarship follow the link below: 


    For those applications submitted but not eligible to advance to the Elks National Foundation for consideration, the Arizona Elks Association East District Lodges, will award ten $2,000 scholarships strictly from their district.     

    In addition to the national and district scholarships the Apache Junction Lodge will also award scholarships from these online applications. Last year they awarded two $2000 scholarships and a $1500 scholarship.

    Only applications submitted online will be considered this year.  The application deadline is November 15, 2021.



    Students can earn micro-scholarships from colleges for their achievements as early as 9th grade 
    Important:  Seniors must register by 9/1/21 for ASU micro scholarships!

    How it works:

    1. Add Your Achievements
    Add your course grades, clubs, sports, volunteer activities, and more to your portfolio.

    2. Earn Scholarships
    For each achievement, you'll earn scholarships from colleges, which you'll be awarded when you attend that college. 


    Illustration of two sample micro-scholarships on RaiseMe. The first micro-scholarship is a $1000
            scholarship for Getting an A in any course, excluding Fine Arts and non-core classes. The second
            micro-scholarship is a $1500 scholarship for having a Leadership Role in a Sport.

    3. Discover Colleges
    Follow colleges you want to learn more about and find which ones are the best fit for you.