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There are many scholarships for Dallas students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular high school located in Dallas, please select the appropriate school from the list below. The scholarship database contains scholarships for Dallas students in the following categories:

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Scholarships

Sallie Mae "No Essay" Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
$2,000
The $2,000 Sallie Mae Scholarship is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and any US Territory age 17 or older at the time of entry, and who meet one (1) of the four (4) following eligibility requirements at the time of entry:A parent who currently has a child enrolled in an accredited...

Be Bold Scholarship

Deadline: Jun 01, 2024
$25,000
The "Be Bold" Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile. It takes less than 2 minutes to apply.To us, boldest does not mean "best", or "most accomplished". Being bold means being:A) EarnestB) DeterminedC) MovingThe scholarship will be awarded to the student whose profile is most bold, according to these characteristics.Furthermore, the...

Niche $25,000 Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
$25,000
Covering the cost of college expenses for four years without writing a single essay? Sounds too good to be true.It isn't with Niche. We are giving one student $25,000 to help pay for tuition, living expenses, books, and other educational expenses.Who Can ApplyAll high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in...

ScholarshipOwl No Essay Scholarship

Deadline: May 29, 2024
$1,000
ScholarshipOwl is your source of relief from the dreaded application process. We put students on the fast-track to success by providing direct access to the scholarships they need the most. Take the hassle out of financial aid and maximize your chance at a free ride in college. No matter how much funding you need for school, we have the opportunities...

SP Scholarship

Deadline: May 31, 2024
$2,500
The SP College Scholarship program was created to help students win scholarships without the hassle of filling out paper applications and writing dozens of essays.To be eligible for the Scholarship you must be:A) At least 13 years old and enrolled or will enroll in a college or university in the US.B) A legal resident of the U.S. or Puerto Rico.Thus...

Common App Scholarship

Deadline: Nov 30, 2024
$2,000
To encourage students to spend more time preparing for the Common App, Scholarship Guidance has created an annual scholarship to reward students.To be eligible for the Scholarship Guidance "Common App Scholarship" a student must:A) Be in Grade 11 or Grade 12B) Be attending college or university no later than October 1, 2026.C) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater...

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A Maceo Smith High School Alex W Spence Middle Benjamin Franklin Middle Booker T Washington High School Boude Storey Middle Clara Oliver Elementary Clinton P Russell Elementary D A Hulcy Middle Dallas Can! Academy Charter Dallas Can! Academy Charter-Oak Cliff Dallas Environmental Science Academy David W Carter High School E B Comstock Middle E H Cary Middle Edison Learning Center Eduardo Mata Elementary Forest Meadow Junior High Frankford Middle Fred F Florence Middle G W Kennemer Middle School George B Dealey Middle Harmony Science Academy -Dallas Harry Stone Montessori Henry W Longfellow Academy Highland Park High School Highland Park Middle School Hillcrest High School I Am That I Am Academy Irma Rangel Young Women's Leadership (YWL) School J L Long Middle John B Hood Middle Kipp Truth Academy L V Stockard Middle Lake Highlands High School Lake Highlands Junior High Learning Alternative Center (Lacey) Liberty Junior High Lincoln High School Long Middle School Maya Angelou Health Special High School McCulloch Intermediate School Middle College Moises Molina High School North Dallas High School O W Holmes Middle P A S S Learning Center Parkhill Junior High Pearl C Anderson Middle Pegasus Charter High School Quest Academy Raul Quintanilla Middle Redirections Center Robert T Hill Middle Roosevelt High School Rufus C Burleson Elementary Sarah Zumwalt Middle School Community Guidance Center School For The Talented & Gifted School Of Education & Social Services School Of Govt/Law/Law Enforcement School Of Health Professions School Of Science & Engineering Seagoville High School Seagoville Middle South Oak Cliff High School Sunset High School T W Browne Middle Texans Can Academy At Paul Quinn Thomas C Marsh Middle Thomas J Rusk Middle W E Greiner Middle W H Adamson High School W H Atwell Middle W H Gaston Middle W T White High School W W Samuell High School Westwood Junior High William B Travis Elementary William B Travis Middle

The main economic center of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area is Dallas City, that is part of the fourth largest metropolitan and the eighth biggest city in the country. The city is likewise the seat of Dallas County, with some of its parts extending to Rockwall, Kaufman, Denton, and Collin counties. Midtown Dallas is presently going through building of new high-rise apartments, restaurants, and retail; Central Dallas is anchored by Downtown, the center of urban revival and the hub of the city; East Dallas is home to Deep Ellum, a popular arts area near Downtown, while Downtown's Southwest has just gone through gentrification in neighborhoods, like the Bishop Arts District.

Individuals who visit Dallas will certainly find lots of amusing and educational attractions that are just unique to the city. Locations like for instance the Six Flags Over Texas/Hurricane Harbor (the largest water park in the Southwest that offers performances and nearly one hundred rides, comprising the world's No. 1-rated wooden roller coaster), SpeedZone (provides miniature golf, racing, game room and private rooms/event areas), Dallas World Aquarium (showcases a South American rainforest and other exhibits), Dallas Arboretum (sixty six acres of lush landscape, gardens, and groves), Dallas Heritage Village (thirteen acres of a living history museum), Dallas Zoo (offers hands-on feeding experiences with tropical birds), Fossil Rim (the driving safari offers visitors the chance to observe or hand-feed 60 species of free-roaming wild animals, like for example rhinos, zebras and cheetahs within their natural habitats), and Tour eighteen Golf Course are just among the stuff to look forward to.

Dallas has a flourishing arts and culture scene, especially in museums, urban arts and architectural designs. It was ranked the number one city for art enthusiasts by New York Magazine. Amongst the more remarkable places to visit consist of: Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza, Shakespeare Festival of Dallas, Dallas Holocaust Museum, Meadows Museum, Dallas CityArts Festival, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Bath House Cultural Centre, the African American Museum at Fair Park, and the Majestic Theater. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza examines the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy together with pictures, artifacts and display. Shakespeare Festival of Dallas provides free summer festivals which happen each year. Meadows Museum has the most comprehensive and largest collection of Spanish art outside of Spain. Dallas Holocaust Museum is devoted to teaching the lessons of the holocaust and memorializing its victims through its huge collection of audiovisual materials, comprising microfiche, videotapes, slides, and over 2,500 books. Dallas CityArts Festival incorporates all of the different arts into three-day event, including cultural, performing, and culinary and the visual arts. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has year-round performances at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The African American American Museum at Fair Park explores the African-American experience through exhibits and displays. Bath House Cultural Center houses a 116-seat black-box theater, three gallery spaces, the White Rock Lake Museum, and a number of multipurpose spaces. The Majestic Theater features presentations for dramatic plays, musical productions, dance or concerts, national pageants or a grand theatrical background for dinner on stage.

In the early days of the city, Dallas was mostly dependent on farming. With the many technological developments within the building of several rail lines, this enabled for the expansion of the cotton business. By the year of 1900, the city became the biggest cotton manufacturer in the globe. Telecommunications and information likewise became a driving force in the local economy by the end of World War II. The city was soon referred to as the heart of "Silicon Prairie" due to the numerous telecommunications businesses in the region particularly along the Telecom Corridor within Richardson. Amongst the companies situated within the area comprise: Nortel Networks, Texas Instruments, Alcatel Lucent, AT&T, Fujitsu, Ericsson, Nokia, Rockwell, Sprint, Verizon Communications and Cisco.