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Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Dear Students and Parents,

 

Through a new program called Raise.me, students can guarantee scholarships from 200+ colleges as early as 9th grade, making it easier to plan financially for school. Raise.me has proven to be a great tool to motivate students in high schools throughout the U.S., as the site immediately rewards students with scholarships for their hard work in and outside of high school. As an example:

 œ     Get an A in a course ($100 - $1,000)

œ     Get a B in a course ($50 - $600)

œ     Participate in a school club or sport ($25 - $250)

œ     And much more!

Our [school / class / organization] is among the first in the country to take advantage of this opportunity, which was launched with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and U.S. colleges. Here are a couple of easy ways to support your students in using this unique tool:

 

1)     Ensure that your student creates an account at www.raise.me.

2)     Encourage your student to regularly add good grades, community service, extracurricular activities, and other achievements to his or her raise.me “Portfolio” to earn “Micro-Scholarships” from colleges.

3)     Visit www.raise.me/parents for more information.

 We hope using Raise.me will make your student’s path to college both more fun and affordable.  If you have questions, send an email to support@raise.me.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Murphy High School

Guidance Department

(251) 221-3186

 

 

 

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