CONGRATULATIONS to the 2020 Nipomo High School Seniors who won a scholarship! Due to COVID-19 concerns, we were unable to have a live Senior Showcase.


Please enjoy this slideshow tribute to our scholarship recipients:


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And please note: we had four additional scholarship recipients named THIS WEEK! The Optimist Club of Arroyo Grande generously gave four $500 scholarships, to: Danika Flores, Dat Le, Hunter Long, and Yanely Alcaraz. CONGRATULATIONS!



Nipomo Titans are eligible to apply for the scholarships below. These scholarships require a separate application process, each with a link or contact information to access the application. Email Mrs. O with questions.


Please verify if the deadline signifies the application must be submitted, postmarked by or physically at the office of each community agency providing the scholarship.


Scholarship "season" for the 2019-2020 school year has largely ended for this year's seniors. This site will be updated with scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year as soon as they start rolling in! Be sure to check back.


Cuesta College Promise Scholarship - Submit between Jan. 1 and Aug. 1, 2020

The Cuesta Promise is a scholarship program for all San Luis Obispo County (SLOC) high school graduates, who can attend Cuesta fee-free for their first 2 years. All graduates from SLOC high schools must attend Cuesta College the fall semester immediately following their completion of high school to qualify.  *Applications submitted by March 2 will automatically allow students to be considered for additional Cuesta College scholarships*


El Dabe Ritter Scholarship - Due June 30, 2020

$1,500 scholarship for any high school student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must write a 500 word essay on why having a higher education is important.

Elks Association Vocational Grant - No official deadline; rolling application

The California-Hawaii Elks Association (CHEA) Vocational Grant Scholarship is available for any students wishing to pursue a vocational/technical course to receive a certification, or a 2-year schooling leading directly to employment. Any prospective student (male or female), residing within the jurisdiction of the CHEA, who plans to pursue an eligible vocational/technical course may file an application. Persons enrolling in a 4-year course leading to a Bachelor's degree are not eligible. All applicants must be citizens of the United States of America on the date the application is filed. Grants range from $500 to $2000.

For students planning to attend a junior college or 4-year university, apprenticeship program, or union trade school or will be majoring in or pursuing subjects related to the construction field.