High School Scholarships

Age Requirements:

To be eligible for scholarship consideration, you must be at least 17 years old.

Citizenship Requirements:

You must be a United States citizen.

**If you possess dual citizenship, you must renounce your non-U.S. citizenship to accept an AFROTC scholarship.

Academic Requirements:

You must be a high school senior.

Home-schooled students in their senior year are eligible.

Dual-enrolled high school seniors participating in a joint college program are eligible.

If you have already graduated from high school or equivalent, you may still be eligible for scholarship consideration if you have not attended as a full-time student at a college or university prior to the 2019-2020 academic year.  Again, this does not include students who were dual enrolled while in high school. 

** A full-time student is an individual who has enrolled at a college or university and taken 12 or more credit hours during a single term. 

**If you have attended a U.S. military academy or an associated preparatory school, you are ineligible

You must achieve at least an overall SAT score of 1240 or ACT score of 26 and maintain a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher at the completion of your junior year.

Additionally, your SAT/ACT score needs to be submitted to AFROTC directly from your testing source using the AFROTC code 0548. 

**There are no waivers or exceptions for GPA, SAT, or ACT requirements.


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