Colquitt County High School

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Here you will find information about a variety of scholarships. Some are local scholarships. Many local scholarships can be applied for with an application submitted to Counselors' Corner. Others require you to complete their paperwork. Still other scholarship links are to state or national scholarships. We also have links to other sites to locate scholarships. Please let the webmaster know if you have difficulty accessing the materials. Although we try to make sure our information is current, at time websites change their names or are removed.

We also have information about summer enrichment opportunities for current sophomores and juniors.

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Other Scholarships

Other Opportunities

Ag in the Classroom High School Art Contest

PCOM Science and Math Summer Academy

What: PCOM - Science and Math Summer Academy (SMSA) Presentation
When: Wednesday, February 5th during HAWG
Where: CCHS Media Center
Who: Interested Sophomores and Juniors

What is SMSA?

A two week summer program for high school students interested in science and healthcare. It is an interactive way to learn about topics in medicine and paths in healthcare careers. 

Colquitt Regional Teacher Stipend Partnership (3-4-20)

Local Scholarships-Determined by Outside Entities

Other Opportunities

The annual Congressional App Challenge has already opened. Deadline for submission is 11 Nov at 11:59 PM. Congressman Austin Scott has asked that all students in District 8 have the opportunity to participate. The task is to create, design, and code an app that can be downloadable on your phone. Judging occurs during the month of November and district winners are announced in December.


Last year, our winner was a Houston County High School student who designed an educational/informative first aid app called “Aid Me” that was used to teach K-12 students how to treat a cut/scrape/burn, reasons for why they could have a fever, explaining why their throat hurts, etc. It was really cool!


The winning apps from each district may to be displayed in the US Capitol Building and will be featured on the House of Reps website ( The winning student(s) will be invited to a #HouseOfCode Capitol Hill Reception in Washington D.C., and the winners will receive a $250 Amazon Web Services credits. Talk about awesome!


Please see the attached flyer. Here’s the website with more information—