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Honors and Performance
English
4 Years
Math
4 Years
Science
4 Years
Social Studies
3 Years
Foreign Language
2 Years
Algebra I Algebra II Geometry "Additional Math"
Sequenced
Only one year of additional science
2 years of foreign language
2 years of fine arts
2 years of career and technical education
2
Choose two years of the same subject area
Read on to learn how you can land your dream job!
For FA can I take choir and art? Yes
Can I take auto and welding? Yes
Do these FL courses need to be sequenced? No
Honors
$1,680
Performance
$1,260
3.0 Unweighted GPA
21 ACT Composite Score
25 ACT Composite Score
3.5 Unweighted GPA
Per semester
Hathawayscholarships.org
Opportunity
English
4 Years
Math
4 Years
Science
4 Years
Social Studies
3 Years
Algebra I Algebra II Geometry "Additional Math"
2 years of foreign language
2 years of fine arts
2 years of career and technical education
For FA can I take choir and art? Yes
Can I take auto and welding? Yes
Do these FL courses need to be sequenced? Yes
2
Choose two years of the same subject area
Opportunity
$840
19 ACT Composite Score
2.5 Unweighted GPA
Per semester
For all scholarship levels~ Algebra 1&2 and Geometry can be taken prior to 9th grade
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Provisional Opportunity
Algebra I Algebra II Geometry
Math
1
Graduation Requirements
2
2.5 GPA 17 ACT
3
Take 2 of the following
Meet the graduation requirements in English, Science, Social Studies
Students can also take the the WorkKeys in place of the ACT. Must score a 12
2 years of foreign language
2 years of fine arts
2 years of career and technical education
2
Choose two years of the same subject area
Read on to learn how you can land your dream job!
For FA can I take choir and art? Yes
Can I take auto and welding? Yes
Do these FL courses need to be sequenced? Yes
Take 2
4
Provisional Opportunity
$840
17 ACT Composite Score
2.5 Unweighted GPA
Per semester
To use this scholarship, it must start at a Wyoming Community College.
Remember
Graduate from the community college and use the scholarship at UW. Get a certificate and use the rest of the scholarship at the community college
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