Senior Bulletin

College Information

In order to be considered for scholarships available throught the application process, students must send in application by date listed after each specific college

College Visits - visits in Library unless otherwise noted:
Wed, 10/9:      Oregon Tech @ 1:00
Tues, 10/15:    U of O @ 1:00
Tues, 10/15:    Pacific University @ 3:00
Wed, 10/23:    OSU @ 1:30
Fri, 10/30: Willamette @ 1:00
Thur, 11/7: Portland State @ 12:15 in BIS Conference Room

Oregon Scholarships:

Elk's Most Valuable Scholarship - Applications are available online only. For details and to access the application, visit Applications must be submitted online by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship from the Harrington Foundation - Each scholarship is worth $4,000 per year for a total commitment of $16,000 per student. To learn more about HFF's mission watch this quick clip:
The application deadline for the 2019/20 academic year is March 1, 2019. Scholarship recipients will be notified by the first week of April 2019.

Associated Oregon Loggers Scholarship - AOL offers scholarships for high school seniors seeking a degree from a four year college of forestry accredited by the Society of American Foresters. Read more specifics on website - link to application

OSAC Scholarship - this includes a link to the Oregon Promise (for those who will attend community college.

Crater Foundation Scholarship Info: Crater FoundationSenior Meetings for Crater Foundation Applications this week! Seniors must attend one 30 minute session from January 22 - 25 at either noon, 12:30 or 1:00 Crater Library

Rogue Credit Union Scholarships: Each scholarship is a one-time gift of $1,500 and is awarded based on academics, school and community involvement. Accepting scholarship applications now through March 31


Teacher Letter of Recommendation Form

Please fill out in detail when requesting a letter of rec from one of your BIS teachers or letter writer -pdf - doc -




National Scholarship Sites: The College Board was founded in 1900 and currently helps 7 million students annually prepare for higher education. The College Board began publishing their book of scholarships in 1997 and since then has made the information available online. Their scholarship database contains more than 2,300 scholarship opportunities, totaling nearly $3 billion. CollegeNET is a technology company that builds web-based tools for event and academic scheduling, prospect and admissions management, tuition processing, and alumni development for colleges and universities. CollegeNET also operates a scholarship search engine and social network where students create topics, participate in discussions, and vote on scholarship winners

Fastweb: Fastweb, which has helped 50 million students find money since the site was founded 15 years ago, was the first online scholarship matching service and the first free national scholarship matching service. Fastweb's site indicates they currently have roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth $3.4 billion in their database. Founded in 1999, now claims to be the largest free and independent scholarship search and financial aid information resource on the Internet, with more than 2.7 million scholarships worth a total of $19 billion in their database. claims their database provides students access to more than 1 million undergraduate, graduate, and professional scholarship awards worth in excess of $3 billion from greater than 4,000 sources. Like the other search engines in this article, they are committed to providing their service free of charge.  Pros: Covers a range of topics from applying to financial aid,  Provides college statistic, s Lists student reviews regarding colleges Con: Requires extensive profile information to perform matches Easy to use User-friendly Very informative - Con: Can't filter scholarships Somewhat promotional for partners or third parties


College Information

In order to be considered for scholarships available throught the application process, students must send in application by date listed after each specific college


GUIDE TO FAFSA - Excellent resource including FAQ, requirements, etc.

Sign up for your FAFSA ID here

Senior Considerations

A monthly "To Do" list for Seniors planning to attend college next year. This will help you stay ahead of the curve in planning and applying to colleges.

  1. January Checklist
  2. December Checklist
  3. February Checklist
  4. March & April Checklist
  5. May Checklist

Yearbook News


Senior Congratulatory/Baby Ads Now Available for Purchase

Submission Deadline February 22, 2019

Space is limited. Ads are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Purchases accepted until March 1st or until space fills up, so act fast!

Rates & Sizes

  • Size A – 1/4 Page, 1-2 pictures & up to 70 words – $60
  • Size B – 1/2 Page, 1-4 pictures & up to 100 words – $120
  • Size C – 1 Full Page, 1-9 pictures & 125 words – $225
Yearbooks are sold separately.

Submission details