PASC offers several scholarship opportunities to attend the various programs provided during the summer. Below is the list of available scholarships.  Qualifications and requirements for each scholarship are listed with the application.

  1. General Partial Scholarships = $210 each for five partials scholarships to any site

  2. Caroline S. Scholarship = $420 each for two scholarships to Gold

  3. George Meyer = two half paid scholarships for Blue or Gold (advisor application for a school)

  4. Jenn O’Mara Scholarship = 1 Full Scholarship for Susquehanna Gold

  5. PASC Advanced Gold Summer Camp Scholarship =  2 partial scholarships to Advanced Gold

  6. Barrie Finnemeyer Memorial Scholarship = 2 partial scholarships to Blue or Gold

  7. Linda Grebb Memorial Scholarship - 1 full scholarship to Advanced Gold

The 2020 deadline has passed.


*If you apply for a scholarship, please do NOT register for camp until after decisions are released on April 15, 2020. If selected, you will receive a separate registration form including your scholarship deductions.



The Horatio Alger Association seeks to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming adversity, strength of character, financial need (under $55,000 adjusted gross family income), a good academic record, commitment to pursue a college education, and a desire to contribute to society.
National Scholars Program:  3 Pennsylvania seniors will be selected to each receive a $25,000 scholarship and will be invited to the National Awards program in Washington, D.C.
State Scholars Program: 30 additional Pennsylvania seniors will each receive a $6,000 to $10,000 college scholarship.  Scholarship criteria is the same as for other Horatio Alger Scholarships.
Guidance counselors, activity advisors and administrators as well as student leaders can help promote these scholarships for seniors in your schools and communities. Every high school in America has one or more seniors who could benefit by these scholarships.  Help spread the word.




The United States Senate unanimously passed a resolution in 1962 creating the United States Senate Youth Program, a national initiative to provide a yearly opportunity for talented young people with demonstrated leadership abilities to deepen their understanding of America’s political processes and strengthen their resolve to pursue careers in public service.


The United States Senate Youth Program brings the highest-level officials from each branch of government together with an outstanding group of high-school students—two high school juniors or seniors from each of the fifty states, the District of Columbia and the Department of Defense Education Activity—during an intensive week-long educational program held in Washington, D.C. The program is merit based and highly competitive. In addition, each student receives a one-time $10,000 undergraduate college scholarship with encouragement to pursue coursework in history and political science.

The 2021 deadline has passed.

Congratulations to the 2021 Finalists!

Tyler Moore, Pleasant Valley HS

Tiffany Onyeiwu, Meadville Area SHS


The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program will award scholarships to students recognized for their dedication and selfless commitment to volunteerism.  Eligible students must currently be in grades 5-12 and must be engaged in an act of volunteerism that has occurred, at least in part, during the twelve months prior to the application date.  Programs could be done in or out of school.  All middle level and high school throughout Pennsylvania will receive program information and applications in early September.  

What do honorees win?

  • Students chosen as Local Honorees receive a Certificate of Achievement from their schools or organizations. Those who qualify (50 hours of service for age 14 and younger, 100 hours for those older) also receive the President's Volunteer Service Award.

  • State Honorees receive an award of $1,000, an engraved silver medallion, and an all-expense-paid trip with a parent or guardian to Washington, D.C., for national recognition events.

  • National Honorees receive an additional award of $5,000, an engraved gold medallion, a crystal trophy for their schools or organizations, and a $5,000 grant from The Prudential Foundation for a non-profit, charitable organization of their choice.


Click below to visit National Honor Society's Scholarship Search tool.