(Gray area indicates scholarships have not yet been updated by organization for the 22-23 school year )
The Bella Vista High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) will award scholarships to graduating seniors of BVHS. The intent of the BV PTSA scholarship is to recognize and support Bella Vista students who are well rounded and who have demonstrated service to their school and community through extracurricular activities. Applicants must continue their education after high school at a vocational/technical school two year community college, or four year university. Student (not parent) must be a current BV PTSA member. Student must have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher.
PTSA Scholarship Application closed until Jan. 2024
Link to PTSA Membership
Students are required to be a current member of PTSA to be eligible for the PTSA Scholarship.
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