GRASP Scholarships

Click on the scholarship names below to see the applications.

GRASP Last Dollar Scholarships - Each year we award a scholarship to at least one graduating senior in each high school that we serve. Application will open January, 2020.

GRASP Community College Pathway Scholarships - A new scholarship for high school seniors who plan to attend community college to receive a career certificate or transfer to a four-year college. Application will open January, 2020.

GRASP College Success Scholarships - Open to current college students participating in the GRASP College Success Program. Application will open May, 2020.

GRASP EISP (K-12)GRASP provides scholarships for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade to attend private K-12 schools in Virginia, with a focus on students with learning differences.

Outside Scholarships Coordinated by GRASP

Carry-On Trailer Corporation Future Welder's Scholarship
For high school seniors in the Northern Neck and Essex County pursuing a career in welding. Application will open spring of 2020.

Cobb Imprint Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Marvin Williams
Two 3,000 scholarships will be awarded to students from Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, or the City of Richmond who have lost one or both parents. Application will open spring of 2020.

Kiwanis Club of Greater Richmond Scholarship
A renewable scholarship for students from certain greater Richmond area high schools planning to enroll at a four-year college. Must demonstrate financial need, academic achievement, leadership, and community service. Application will open spring of 2020.

Richmond Flying Squirrels All-Star Legacy Scholarship
Open to high school seniors in the Richmond region who participated in an athletic sport in high school and are attending a 2- or 4-year college in the upcoming academic year. One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded, renewable for up to four years. Application will open spring of 2020.

More Scholarships

Click here to find local, statewide, and national scholarships. There are opportunities for students pursuing an education through career and technical training, community college, or a four-year college or university.