• Financial Aid Resources

    The Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation has assembled the following resources to help Pennsbury students and their parents learn more about other financial aid available to Pennsbury High School graduates. The following links also point toward grants and loans sponsored by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the federal government. In addition to information about specific scholarship and loan programs, we've listed some sources of general information about higher education, about applying for loans and where to get information from other state agencies. 

    Pennsbury High School Guidance Department

    The Pennsbury High School guidance office has information about scholarships available for graduating seniors. Students who are interested in or qualify for a specific scholarship listed in the guidance office should jot down the number(s) of the scholarships that interest them and ask a guidance counselor for more information about the numbered scholarships.

    All Pennsbury High School seniors are urged to apply for a scholarship from the Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation.  Click here  to download a printable application (PDF file).

    Junior-level students should make a note of all scholarships that fit their personal interests and profile and are encouraged to contact the high school guidance office very early in the fall semester of their senior year to check on availability of grants. There is no guarantee, however, that the scholarships listed below will be repeated in future years.

    Pennsylvania Financial Aid Resources

    • Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency  This state agency provides need-based grants and loans.
    • Pennsylvania 529 College Savings Program    This state-managed program is a college prepayment plan designed to help parents set aside money regularly and to have all or part of their childrens' tuition paid before they start college or technical school anywhere in the U.S.  Formerly known as the TAP 529 Pennsylvania Tuition Account Program, this state-sponsored program offers a range of resources specifically designed to help families save for college. 


    Federal Financial Aid Information

    Additional Scholarship Information