Impact on Education works with high school guidance counselors and external partners to solicit applications and administer the following scholarships. On behalf of generous families and community organizations, these funds assist students as they pursue their dreams of furthering their education at the college or university level.

Boulder High School Links Scholarship

$1,000 is awarded to one Boulder High School graduating senior chosen by the Links Scholarship Program. Contact your Boulder High School Counselor to apply.

Dennie & Donna Wise Scholarship

[2020-21 application period open until April 20, 2020]
$1,000 per year for two years is awarded to a student accepted into a vocational, technical, or community college.

Gould-Foothill Scholarship

[2020-21 application period open until April 20, 2020]
$1500 is awarded to two Boulder High School graduating seniors (one male and one female) for one year who plan to pursue the education necessary to become an elementary school teacher. (learn more)

Independent Order of Odd Fellows Scholarship

[2020-21 application period open until April 1, 2020]

This scholarship, sponsored by the Independent Order of Odd Fellow Boulder Lodge #9, awards $1,000 per year to a BVSD graduating senior attending a college/university and is renewable for up to five years for a maximum of $5,000. To renew the scholarship, the recipient must maintain a 2.75 GPA and complete 25 hours of community service each academic year. 

Other Scholarships and Higher Education Information

(Not Managed by Impact on Education)

In addition to these listed local scholarships, there are many opportunities out there for financial aid. Students should use their high school issued Naviance portal to search for scholarships and grants.  We also encourage all families to utilize the Federal Student Aid tool.

Free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

FAFSA is a government funded student assistance program. Financial aid is based on student and family need.  Federal Student Aid is responsible for managing the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. These programs provide grants, loans, and work-study funds to students attending college or career school. Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation.  Some colleges use the FAFSA to determine if an applicant is eligible for more need-based financial aid. Students and parents can apply as of October 1st for 2020-2021 year. Create an account and complete an application with your student at

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Louisville, CO 80027

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