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College & Career Center

Wendy Eilers
Office Manager, LHS
Contact Mrs. Eilers with any scholarship questions

Class of 2024 Scholarships will be added Spring of 2024

Apply for FAFSA – Welcome | Federal Student Aid
This is the federal application for financial aid in college. Completing it is a requirement for Oregon Promise and schools use this information to determine how much aid money you qualify for in college. You will need your parent/guardian’s tax information to complete the application. Some of FAFSA’s grants are first come, first serve so apply as soon as possible! The FAFSA will open December 2023, not October 1st like previous years.
Apply for Oregon Promise –

Oregon Promise is a state program, which could pay for some or all of your tuition at an Oregon community college. To qualify you must have a 2.0 GPA, be an Oregon resident, start community college classes within 6 months of graduating, and list at least one Oregon community college on your FAFSA. The deadline to apply is June 3, 2024.

State Scholarships OSAC – Opens November 1  –

There are hundreds of Oregon scholarships available through this scholarship portal. You will be required to fill out a few essay questions as part of your application — save your responses in a document so you can reuse them for other applications!

Herron Family Scholarship #808 – For graduates of all academic years from Linn County High Schools. Preference for Lebanon High School Graduates. This scholarship can be found in the catalog of OSAC scholarships.

Send Your SAT Scores –

Login to your College Board account and select “send my scores”. There is a $12 fee for each school you send scores to. If you didn’t take the SAT this year, or would like to take it again, register for a test date ASAP. Each October, LHS offers seniors the opportunity to take the SAT for free. Seniors sign up with Mrs. Eilers. Be sure to enter the four colleges to send scores to, it’s free when you sign up and costs $12 if you decide to send scores later.

Linn Benton Community College (LBCC) Information

We have a representative from LBCC who visits the LHS campus each Monday 9 am – 2:30 pm.

LBCC College Now Information – LBCC College Now Link

Through an agreement with Linn-Benton Community College, students may earn college credit for courses taught at Lebanon High School.  These credits may transfer to a four-year university, and Associates Degree, or apply toward a technical degree program at LBCC.  Check with the college you are interested in for more information.  Earning these credits at Lebanon High School will save you time and money; you will not have to repeat the same course at LBCC.  Students must complete a one-time online LBCC application. See links below.

College Now Instructions for students.  The link to this can be also found on the LBCC website by going to Education Options (at top of main page) then High School Partnerships, College Now, then to Resources for Students and Parents. Here is the link to order LBCC transcripts.

NCAA & NAIA Information

Interested in playing college sports? We recommend you talk with Kraig Hoene, Athletic Director, to review your transcript and requirements.

NCAA requirements NCAA website.

NAIA requirements.

Oregon Public University Scholarship Opportunities

State and National Scholarships Websites

Here are some helpful scholarship websites:

Local Post-Secondary Options