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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Scholarship Information
Ridgeline High School, in cooperation with other Spokane Valley High Schools maintain a list of scholarships that are sent to our schools.  This list includes many regional and local scholarships: 2023-24 SCHOLARSHIPS

Other Scholarship Resources

At Ridgeline High School, we don't simply want to provide you with EVERY scholarship site out there. The following are wonderful resources for our families and are well-established in the industry. Please remember...NEVER PAY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH.

Online Scholarship Resources!


FAFSA & Financial Aid Information


Check out the Ridgeline High School FAFSA and FSA ID Guide/Worksheet:  CLICK HERE!


FAFSA opens Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 

Apply early for Federal Financial Assistance toward college/training!


Students and parents can submit their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as January 1. Before starting, we recommend you familiarize yourself with the process. Go to for information on the following topics:

  • Prepare For College
  • Types of Aid
  • Who Gets Aid
  • FAFSA Apply for Aid
  • Repay for Loans



The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) is a cabinet-level state agency that partners with other state agencies (e.g. Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, and the Washington Board of Education) to increase educational attainment levels beyond high school.


Two key focus areas of WSAC’s work are helping students discover educational and career pathways and increasing access to financial aid. To learn more about the career/educational pathways and financial resources available to you, please access WSAC’s future planning and financial aid website for information on the following topics:


  • Career Options
  • Washington College, University, and Apprenticeship Programs
  • Financial Aid Calculator Tool
  • Scholarship Options

Additional Resources:

To fill out the your FAFSA: go to

State deadlines are normally much earlier than Federal deadlines. To find your state's deadline, select deadlines. Usually submitting by February 1 allows for the maximum benefit of available funding.


Understand the FAFSA: Five Videos to Help

The College Success Foundation understands that the FAFSA is a crucial step for students, so we worked with our school-based staff to create five short videos for students to provide FAFSA filing tips. CSF has teamed up with (a free website that gives students a personalized plan for college admissions) to produce these videos. In order to kick off the start of FAFSA’s priority completion month, we’ll be sending a link this week to each video. To see the first of these videos explaining FAFSA and why it is so important for students to file, please click here for English and here for Spanish. You can share these videos with your students and families too!