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Scholarship Spot


For a list of scholarships and information please click on the links below.

Local Tuttle Student Scholarships 

GoingMerry  (You will be able to apply for multiple scholarships at one time. Your basic information will automatically pre-fill into the applications, cutting down the time it takes to complete scholarship applications. (When available, local scholarships for only Tuttle students can be found here.

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS  – Pick up paperwork in the Student Resource Center

Grady County Home and Community Education Scholarship  – Ag and Family Consumer Science encourged but all areas considered  Due 5/5/2023

Goodwill Industries of SW Oklahoma – Maximum Independence Scholarship Due 4/29/2023


Scholarship search sites

OKCollegeStart – click on Financial Aid Planning





Oklahoma City Community Foundation Scholarships – Various deadlines

Oklahoma Future Teachers Scholarship Program

The Future Teachers Scholarship Program was established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

The main aim of this award is to encourage the preparation of teachers in critical shortage areas in the public schools of Oklahoma.

Full Description

Recipients may receive the scholarship for not more than four years, or the equivalent of four years, of full-time study.

An award amount for each nominated student will be determined by the college the student attends.

The current award limits are as follows:

  • full-time students with 60 or more hours completed toward a bachelor’s degree can receive a maximum of $1,500;
  • full-time students with less than 60 hours completed can receive up to $1,000;
  • part-time students with 60 hours or more can receive up to $750;
  • and part-time students with 60 hours or less can receive up to $500.

Who's eligible?

It is very important that you meet the eligibility criteria prior to your application submission, so as not to be rejected.

The student applicant must be a resident of Oklahoma.

The student must be nominated by the college in which they are enrolled on the basis of cumulative high school GPA ranking in the top 15% of his or her high school graduating class; ACT or SAT score ranking in the top 15% for high school graduates of the same year; admission to a professional education program at an accredited Oklahoma institution of higher education; an undergraduate record of outstanding success, as defined by the institution.

He/she can be either a full-time and part-time student, but the highest priority will be given to full-time students

Once you get the award, you have to fulfill some requirements related to the scholarship recipients.

You must maintain no less than a 2.5 cumulative GPA and must agree to teach in a shortage area in Oklahoma public schools for a minimum of three consecutive years upon graduation and licensure as a teacher

How to Apply

Students who are in a degree program working toward Teaching Certification in one of the identified critical shortage areas and who meet the eligibility requirements listed above may fill out an application.

Eligible Critical Shortage Areas are the following:

  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Foreign Languages
  • Social Studies
  • Early Childhood Education  Library Sciences
  • Arts and Music
  • Career and Technical Education Physical Education
  • Special Education Business
  • English/Language Arts Elementary Education School Counselor  Health Education  Humanities Computer Science