Brockton High School Scholarship Program
The BHS Scholarship Program deadline has been extended to Thursday, April 30, 2020.
For Scholarships #1-22, students must apply online and send the financial statement and essay to:
Brockton Public Schools Scholarship Program
C/O Juli Caldwell
43 Crescent St.
Brockton, MA. 02301
Please note that transcripts can be accessed by the School Department, so for Scholarships #1-22, it is not necessary to include this in your mailing.
For the Private Scholarships, please mail the required applications and other documents to the address listed in the book on the particular page of the Scholarship. If a transcript is needed, please email your guidance counselor and the counselor will send you the transcript electronically.
The only scholarship that is not extended is the Education First scholarship as the original deadline was March 13, 2020.
Please note that the mail will be checked and processed daily both at Central Office and the High School.
If you need further assistance or have questions, please call Juli Caldwell @ (508) 580-7521.
For the following Special Applications, you may use the General Application:
- Patrick Brennan Memorial Scholarship
- Cape Code Cafe Athletic Scholarship
- Brockton Education Paraprofessional and Monitor Teacher Association
- Brockton Education Talent Search Scholarship
- Lydia Agnes Gibbs Gift to the Brockton Day Nursery
- Lebanon-American Club Scholarship
- The Plouffe PAC Scholarship
- Bernard Risley Aerospace Engineering Technical Scholarship
- The Robert Ferrante Memorial Scholarship
Brockton High School Scholarship Program stands as a lasting tribute to many generous people, organizations and businesses who have made supporting our students in their quest of higher education a priority.
Each year, more than $50,000 in scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors pursuing a college education. In 2019, Brockton High School students have the opportunity to apply for 119 separate scholarship opportunities.
Scholarships are established in a variety of ways: some through bequests left in the form of trusts, fraternal and service clubs have granted others, while student organizations and caring individuals from our community have created other scholarship opportunities.
This outward generosity demonstrates a real commitment by our city to support the future of its children.