CHRISTIAN is honored to work with certain colleges for scholarship opportunities for those students graduating specifically from our school. Below are details for each school that we work with. For more information please contact our Dean of High School Students, Mrs. Neff.
Grand Canyon University
Grand Canyon University provides a $4,000 scholarship per year for students living on campus who have graduated from a school that participates in their Canyon Christian School Consortium (CCSC). Find more information here: https://www.gcu.edu/financial-aid/scholarships-grants/additional
For students who graduate or plan to graduate from a Christian/faith-based high school, Greenville University offers an automatic $20,000 scholarship.
Hannibal LaGrange University
The Christian Heritage 50% Tuition Scholarship is available to current high school and home school seniors, as well as transfer students who are new to the HLGU campus. To be eligible the student must:
• be a graduate of a Christian high school or home school program
• meet all admissions guidelines
• be a residential student at HLGU
• be enrolled as a first-time, full-time, degree-seeking student
• pay tuition and housing deposits
The Christian Heritage 50% Tuition Scholarship is renewable for 8 consecutive semesters, requires a 2.5 GPA for renewal, cannot be combined with additional HLGU scholarships and is available to fall and spring semester students only. Find out more information at https://www.hlg.edu/admissions/christian-heritage-50-tuition-scholarship/
Harding provides one course each semester at no charge for juniors and seniors. The criteria are as follows:
• You must apply to Harding
• You need immunization records
• A GPA of 3.0 or higher
• an ACT composite score of 19 or higher.
Find out more information at https://www.harding.edu/admissions/bisonprep
Missouri Baptist University
Missouri Baptist University provides an annual scholarship of $22,000 for Christian School District graduates. This is renewable annually and a 2.0 is required while enrolled at Missouri Baptist University to be eligible.