GRHS Counseling: Financial Aid and Scholarships


The counseling office encourages all seniors to come by the college room and to watch for financial aid and scholarship. Scholarships can be found on the front window of the office, on lunch room announcement screen, in their senior government, economics, and English classes, and on this website. Students my visit the office before school, during lunch, or after school. Appointments can be made through the counselor’s office to meet with Ms. Windham , Ms. McClure, or Ms. Nance about financial aid and scholarship

Please notify the counselor’s office if you are a recipient of a scholarship so that we can include that recognition during Senior Recognition Night in May .


Visit the individual colleges, universities, or institutions website to get information regarding scholarships and deadline dates.


Copy of scholarships found in the high school college room. Seniors will be emailed national scholarship information.

Not all scholarships found in the high school college room have been posted.

Scholarships are posted by date received.

Name of Scholarship
Deadline Date
Dallas Scottish Rite Library & Museum02/28/2018
Accuplan Scholarship05/31/2018
Glen Rose Athletic Booster Club Scholarship03/20/2018
Glen Rose Veterinary Clinic Scholarship03/08/2018
Christian Ibarra Memorial Healthcare Career Scholarship03/20/2018
Marilyn Phillips Sunrise Properties Educational Scholarship03/20/2018
Marilyn Phillips Germania Insurance Community Service Scholarship03/20/2018
Hammond’s BBQ Scholarship03/20/2018
Bonnie Elaine Tompkins Memorial Scholarship03/08/2018
Harley Sinclair Memorial Baseball Scholarship03/19/2018
Lisa and Maria Schmidt Memorial Student Scholarship03/08/2018
Texas Laureate Iota Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi03/08/2018
Classic Chevrolet Buick GMC Scholarship03/21/2018
Vickie Rosenbusch Memorial Scholarship03/20/2018
Somervell County Youth Fair Dale McPherson Scholarship03/20/2018
Glen Rose School Food Service Association Scholarship03/07/2018
J.M. McCroskey Memorial Scholarship03/31/2018
John and Frances Wasilchak Scholarship03/30/2018
Hood & Somervell County A&M Club Scholarship03/09/2018
Unimin Corporation Scholarship in Memory of Danny Thompson03/21/2018
 Conditional Grant Program-Texas Department of Transportation
Paul B. Schuelke Athletic Scholarship03/08/2018
Glen Rose Masonic Lodge03/19/2018
Rhonda Cagle Memorial Scholarship03/30/2018
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Conservation Scholarship03/19/2018
2018 Dr. Roger E. Marks Health Care Scholarship03/08/2018
Crystal Plaster "Good Neighbor Grant"03/08/2018
Glen Rose Optimist Club Scholarships04/02/2018
Wiley's Funeral Home Scholarship03/21/2018
Higginbotham Brothers Scholarship03/27/2018
23rd Annual Maleen Paulsen Memorial Scholarship03/20/2018
Chisholm Trail 100 Club's MAAD Hunter Venture Capital Group Inc. Scholarship03/27/2018
Elizabeth Crockett Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution03/26/2018
Johnson-Somervell Counties Retired School Employees Association03/21/2018
Glen Rose Lions Club International03/30/2018


If you would like to donate money or create a scholarship, please notify the counselor’s office at (254) 898-3804 or email at Please include the following information in your email or voice mail:

Phone number
Scholarship criteria or qualification (if creating a scholarship)
Amount of scholarship (or donation)
Name of scholarship to be created or name of scholarship to donate money


Students planning on attending a two-year or four-year college, university or trade school will need to complete one of the following financial aid applications. Applications need to be submitted for each year the student will attend an institution of higher educations. It is recommended that applications be submitted in February or March for the Fall semester.

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid: this application qualifies students for federal loans and grants; also this application is required to quality for most college need and merit based scholarships
  • Texas Application for State Financial Aid: this application takes the place of the FAFSA for undocumented students.

Below are list of helpful web sites regarding financial aid and scholarship information.


Beware of financial aid and scholarship scams. If an organization is asking for money to apply for financial aid and/or scholarships, it is probably a scam. If you have any questions about the validity of financial aid and/or a scholarship, contact the counselor’s office or the Better Business Bureau at