Founded by the SEBS class of 2017, the SEBS Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit public charity dedicated to helping SEBS students afford to further their education. We do this by providing yearly scholarships to graduating SEBS seniors who demonstrate characteristics that align with our core values.
We aim to benefit students who demonstrate the following characteristics:
We believe that the education earned at SEBS prepares students for a lifetime of success, should they choose to apply all they’ve learned. However, soon after graduation we learned just how expensive higher education is, yet we recognize its importance for those wanting to take the next step towards their career. Because of this, we decided to start the SEBS Scholarship, with the intention of lessening the financial burden on the students and families of those graduating from SEBS.
To the graduating seniors at SEBS —
If you believe you possess the above characteristics, we strongly encourage you to apply to our scholarship. We look forward to learning more about you and wish you all the best in your college endeavors.
“I will be attending Colorado State University - Fort Collins in the fall, majoring in Biology. I'm looking forward to the many educational opportunities college will bring, as well as exploring a new town with many different kinds of people!”
“Next year I will be attending the University of Colorado Boulder and I am looking forward to studying architectural engineering and making new friendships!”
One-time, merit-based scholarship and prizes worth $1000.
The application will open at beginning of day February 1st.
The application will close at end of day February 28th.
The recipient will be announced in May.
The minimum requirements needed to apply for this scholarship are as follows:
Be a currently enrolled senior graduating from the School of Engineering and Biomedical Science at Pueblo County High School.
Hold a cumulative weighted GPA of at least 3.0 at the time of application.
Earn a minimum SAT Math score of 470 and a minimum Evidence-Based Reading & Writing score of 450, or a minimum ACT score of 20 in each category (writing score not required). All scores must come from a single test; super-scoring is not accepted.
Demonstrate characteristics that align with scholarship core values, such as:
Academic performance or promise.
Uncompromising character that demonstrates strength, respect, honesty, and resilience.
Leadership potential, critical thinking, emotional maturity and stability.
Well-rounded personality, abilities, and broad interests.
Desire to contribute to one’s community.
The application includes two creative responses, your high school transcript, and an optional cover letter. Listed below are all the required parts of the application.
Upload your latest unofficial high school transcript as a single PDF document.
Give an example of a problem you or someone you know faced. Describe how you would address that issue given unlimited time and resources. What are the minimal resources and time you would need to solve this problem?
Creative multimedia responses are accepted. The maximum limits for the accepted formats are listed below.
Essay: 1000 words + 4 graphics
Slideshow: 25 slides
Movie: 10 minutes
Image or Infographic: 3840 x 2160 pixels
Describe a project or experience from SEBS that was influential to you or taught you something. Describe what you learned, how you can apply it in your future, and/or how it relates to a problem in the world (maximum 300 words + 4 graphics).
Optionally, you can upload a cover letter of no more than 500 words if you feel that there is any additional information that may help us in reviewing your application. There is no penalty for not submitting a cover letter.