RHS Exes Association Scholarships
Chico Mendoza Scholarship
Dan Dixon Memorial Scholarship
Jesse White Memorial Scholarship
O.C. Warden & Juanita Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship awarded by Eastland County Retired Teachers
Ranger High School Scholarship
Dr Pepper Scholarship
Scholarship awarded by First Financial Bank
Scholarship awarded by Academic UIL
Pat Collins Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship awarded by Ranger High School Band
Scholarship awarded by Ranger College
Chris Lang Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship awarded by 47 Club
Scholarship awarded by Walmart
Scholarship awarded by Panhandle Plains Student
Texas Farmers Union Scholarship
Leslis & Helen Hagaman Memorial Scholarship
Don't Mess with Texas Scholarship
NOTE: For information on scholarships, check
with the Ranger High School Counselor's office.
Planning your future Four-year college or university
Views on College More jobs now require a college education.
It's never too early to start looking around for a college.
You shouldn't let money stop you from going wherever you
want to go.
You need to find out what classes are required in the college
you want to attend.
It's going to be much more expensive than you ever realized.
Research different colleges online to gain information.
Make sure the academic requirements line up with your talents.
Attend college fairs.
Think about going to junior college for two years to save
money and get required courses out of the way.
Visit colleges to see if this is the place you want to attend.
Compare location, size, cost and academic interests.
Contact students attending colleges and ask questions.
Apply for available scholarships early.
If college costs are an issue, meet with a financial aid officer.
Make multiple stops at several colleges, including a campus tour at each.
Improve your chances of getting scholarships Apply to everything you can.
Save time and apply only to scholarships you're qualified for.
Always include concrete examples in essays.
Dress for success in going for an interview.
Make sure you get good letters of recommendation.
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inspector, plumber, truck driver, legal secretary, massage
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4. Master's Degree in Educational Administration
5. Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Accounting
Jobs That Aren't Going Away 1. Police Officer
4. Health Care Administrator
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Websites RHS Scholarship information - Ranger ISD website
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Education Planner - information to research careers
Scholarships for Hispanics
The Smart Student Guide
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Varsity Tudors College
The Simple Dollar
StudySoup Women in Technology
Tobacco-Free Life Academic Scholarship
Ultimate Guide to Choosing A Career
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