NCHE College Scholarships

Since 1998, NCHE has awarded over $150,000 in college scholarships to over a hundred graduating homeschooled seniors.

NCHE Scholars, chosen for outstanding achievement in academics, arts, athletics, and community involvement, have continued their education with institutions as diverse as the U.S. Air Force Academy, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Duke University, Patrick Henry College, Liberty University, Meredith College, and the University of North Carolina.

Application

Apply by January 31, 2015

Stephanie Cox

Stephanie Cox has been homeschooling since 2011.  Stephanie received her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Liberty University and works with the North Carolina Community College System where she teaches a variety of business and entrepreneurship courses.  Stephanie joined the board as Marketing Director. 

 

From our Article Library

Jul 31, 2013

“If I homeschool my child through high school, will they be accepted into college?” This is the most common question parents ask regarding homeschooling through the upper grades. As scholarship committee chair, I can say with confidence, yes, homeschooled students are accepted into colleges and universities. This year, the applicants for the NCHE and HINTS scholarships will be attending a multitude of colleges and universities. 

Aug 15, 2012

In December 2011, forty-eight homeschool seniors sent application packets to be considered for one of six scholarships that NCHE administers. Transcripts, SAT or ACT scores, two letters of recommendation and a personal essay were required from each student. A committee carefully examined each packet, ranking each one. Those rankings were then compiled and the winners were chosen. We at NCHE are blessed to be able to administer these scholarships each year, and it is amazing to see the level of scholarship and talent among the applicants.