College Scholarship Opportunity
for Washington Homeschoolers
Washington Homeschool Organization is pleased to provide the Scholarships for Washington State Homeschoolers. This scholarship competition is perfect for your family.
It’s money for College
If your homeschooled student intends to go to college, they could win up to $1,000, thanks to Washington Homeschool Organization & Homeschoolers’ Support Association.
It’s perfect for you
The WHO Scholarships are for members of WHO that have filed a Declaration of Intent to Homeschool and are graduating in 2021. We recognize that many homeschoolers utilize Running Start in high school, so providing the Declaration of Intent for the year prior to Running Start is just fine.
It values every teaching style
The scholarships understand that every homeschool is unique. Just submit your parent-made homeschool transcript or other homeschool record.
It’s easy to apply
The student needs to submit a brief essay on the benefits of homeschooling. The parents submit the student’s transcript or homeschool record. The family completes a very short application form.
Emmett Comer Scholarship
In honor of his years of dedication to Washington State homeschoolers, the Washington Homeschool Organization proudly announces the Annual Emmett Comer Scholarship. In loving memory and honor of Washington State’s most faithful and dedicated homeschool leader.
I began homeschooling six years ago, in my 7th grade year. Public school for me was not a good option. I did not feel it provided the opportunity to progress the way I wanted.Read Essay
Homeschooling allowed me to pick subjects I am interested in, and take classes that are not typically offered at public schools...Read Essay
Homeschoolers’ Support Association Scholarship
A scholarship to honor and preserve the legacy of its founders:
Vicky Dimond, Janice Hedin, Pam Nash, Janene Irish, Angie Rogers, and Sue Smith
My beginnings as a homeschooler involved teaching my peers a new language. “You don’t do school?” they would ask. “Yes I do, I just do it at home,” “So… you don’t do school?”Read Essay