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Financial Aid & Scholarships


  A complete list of scholarships are in the link below.  All of the scholarships include specific application instructions and  deadlines, it is important for students to read through each application thoroughly and pay attention to detail to submission instructions. Scholarships will be awarded at the Senior Awards Night on May 30, 2024.

The Scholarship Transcript Request Form is available to download below, it is also posted on the Guidance Webpage, in the Seniors Guidance Google Classroom and is also available in the Guidance Office.  There is a drop off and pick up box on the table in front of Mrs. Webb's desk.

 Please allow a minimum of 5 days prior to the scholarship deadline to provide time to process.

Scholarships Available to Pembroke High School Seniors. Those scholarships with ** are for seniors who reside in Pembroke but attend a different high school.

Click here for a list of Scholarships

Scholarship Search Tips:

  • Apply to as many as applicable. Scholarships with essay requirements have much fewer applicants.
  • Pay attention to deadlines, requirements (essay, letters of rec, and where to send application (Guidance Office or Scholarship Committee). 
  • Work with your son or daughter throughout this process. Break it down into a manageable amount of work and explain the importance of applying. 
  • Complete the Scholarship Transcript Request Form if required and submit to Mrs. Webb a minimum of 5 days before the deadline. 

Helpful Links:


The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form completed by current and prospective college students to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. Completing this form can qualify students for federal grants, loans & work study programs. To get started visit:

Students and parents should each register for an FSA ID - The ID is made up of a username and password and can be used to log into the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid form.

The FAFSA is available to file on October 1st.

Please watch this helpful Youtube video for a guide on creating your FSA ID. 

Get FREE Help Applying for College Financial Aid!
FAFSA Day is a non-profit, volunteer driven program providing free assistance to students and families seeking to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). 

The CSS Profile, short for the College Scholarship Service Profile, is an online application created and maintained by the College Board that allows college students to apply for non-federal financial aid. Not all colleges require the CSS Profile.

Click here to see if your college requires this form.
Click here to complete the CSS Profile. 


MEFA is a non-profit organization that assist with student loans and provides guidance on ways to pay for college. MEFA offers education programs on planning and paying for college, tax-advantage savings plans, low-cost loans and expert guidance in financing for students and parents.