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Apply for grants, scholarships

Wilsonville students: Do you need cash for college? The Oregon Student Access Commission (OSAC) is a state financial aid agency that awards nearly $70 million each year in grants and scholarships that help students pay for college. More than 450 scholarship programs are available, covering a wide range of student interests and needs, including funding for graduating high school seniors, college undergraduate and graduate students, community college and vocational school students, single parents returning to college and more.

There is no cost to apply. Visit oregonstudentaid.gov and complete the online OSAC scholarship application by 5 p.m. Mar. 1. Submit the application by Feb. 15 and you may be eligible to win a $500 OSAC early bird scholarship.

Students are also encouraged to complete the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for federal grants and the Oregon Opportunity Grant, the state’s largest need-based grant. Funding is limited, so students should apply as soon as possible.

Learn about AP options

Wilsonville High School students who are interested in taking an Advanced Placement course during the 2014-15 school year are invited to participate in AP forecasting on the school’s website Feb. 10 to Feb. 21. Students should complete the online AP forecasting worksheet and submit their selections electronically.

All WHS students are encouraged to consider an AP course. Students with questions should contact their school counselor. A list of AP courses is available on the school’s website at wvhs.wlwv.k12.or.us.

View WHS artist exhibit

A new art studio in Wilsonville’s old town, ALT Creative Studio, is showing art by 26 Wilsonville High School artists during the month of February. The studio is located at 30775 SW Boones Ferry Road. Contact the studio at 503-550-5900 for more information.

Boones Ferry seeks ‘driveway dads’

Parents of students at Boones Ferry Primary School are invited to attend the launch of the school’s new morning parking lot program, Driveway Dads. Join other parents at the school between 7:30 and 7:50 a.m. from Feb. 18 to Feb. 21 and Feb. 24 to Feb. 28. Parents will guide traffic, greet children arriving at the school and encourage safety and proper traffic flow in the school’s parking lot. Safety vests and whistles will be provided.

Following the program’s launch, parents who are interested in continuing to participate will be invited to pick a weekly time to continue throughout the remainder of the school year.

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