December Scholarships!

Hey Titan Seniors! Here’s six scholarships (from that are due this month – don’t miss out!

Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships

Students between the ages of 5 and 25 who have performed community service within the last 12 months shouldn’t miss this $5,000 scholarship opportunity. Obtain and submit a community service recommendation, along with the required documents, before the deadline date.
Deadline: Dec. 5.

Doodle 4 Google

Use any materials to create a Google logo that demonstrates what makes you unique. Students in grades K-12 are eligible to apply for this $30,000 scholarship.
Deadline: Dec. 7.

Donald Memorial Legal Scholarship

Currently pursuing a degree in criminal justice law? Submit an essay detailing your reasons for pursuing this degree and your views on the criminal justice system for a chance to win a $2,000scholarship.
Deadline: Dec. 10.

Savvy Saver Scholarship

Big spender? Or penny saver? If you identify with the latter, then you should apply for this$2,500 scholarship. Applicants 18 years and older are required to tweet about the best way to save money as a college student and submit an essay explaining their tweet.
Deadline: Dec. 13.

Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics

Have an ethical topic you’re passionate about? Undergraduate juniors and seniors can submit a 3,000 to 4,000-word essay that raises questions and identifies ethical issues for a chance at this$5,000, $1,500, or $500 scholarship.
Deadline: Dec. 14.

Youth Free Expression Film Contest

Can any topic be the subject of a joke, or is some censorship OK? Students 19 years and younger can create a video response addressing this question, as well as a short essay to be eligible for a$1,000, $500, or $250 scholarship.
Deadline: Dec. 14.


Horatio Alger Scholarship! Deadline: October 25th!

The Horatio Alger Association is offering hundreds of scholarships that range in value from $7,000-$22,000! They are given on the national, state, school specific, and major specific level. Don’t miss out on applying!

Eligibility Requirements:
Must have financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income)
Must have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity
Be involved in extracurricular and community service activities
Must have at least a 2.0 GPA
Must be a Senior Graduating in Spring/Summer 2016
Must be planning to earn a Bachelor’s Degree at an accredited school
Must Be a US Citizen

How to Apply:
Visit to apply.

October 25th, 2015

See Ms. Goudy if you would like her to look over your application or if you have any questions.

Community Service Opportunity with Key Club!

Interested in leadership, community service, and scholarship opportunities?

Then our brand new Antelope Key Club has something for you! Although we’ve accomplished much in previous years, our newly chartered Key Club International will allow us to do much more! Membership donations of $15 are due on September 25th, and the optional Six Flags trip payment of $35 is due on September 28th. Please come to our next meeting on Monday 28th in room L206 during lunch to find out more. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at

Upcoming Scholarship Deadline: Friends of Roseville Journalism, Political Science, or Governmental Studies Majors!

Friends of Roseville is offering two $1,000 scholarships per academic year.  They are renewable!

Eligibility Requirements:
Must be planning to study Journalism, Political Science, or Governmental Studies
Must be a Roseville, CA Resident
Must be a Senior with at least a 2.5 GPA
Must have an SAT score of at least 950.
Must be planning to attend a four-year accredited school on a full-time basis

How to Apply:
Send a letter containing a brief biographical sketch that addresses your eligibility, including what you are studying and why.  Letter must be send to:
Friends of Roseville
1334 Ridgerun Dr.
Roseville, CA 95747-7648

See Ms. Goudy if you would like her to look over your application letter or if you have any questions.

Updates from the Roseville Library – Volunteer Opportunities and More!

Here’s some updates from the Roseville Library System – volunteer opportunities, Test Prep, contests, and more!

Need volunteer hours?
You can sign up to volunteer for the Library in August, December, and May.  Find more information and fill out the interest form here by September 7th for the Fall session. If you are interested but can’t commit to ten hours, you can attend the Teen Library Council – information can be found here.

Databases and Subject Guides
Check out the new Subject Guides homepage here and look at the High School Homework Help and College Prep Guide too! Don’t forget that the databases include Gale Virtual Reference, Pronunciator (foreign language learning), and Learning Express, including practice AP, ACT, and SAT tests here! You will need a library card number to access these databases.  If you would like some individualized help navigating these databases, please let the library know.

Roseville History Art Contest for Teens
You are invited to showcase your creativity by bringing Roseville History to life!  This art competition is part of Roseville’s local history festival during the month of October, hosted by the Roseville Public Library.  Entries are accepted from September 15th to October 2nd via email. This is a great chance to have your art showcased and to possibly win some prizes! More information, rules and deadlines found here!


Youth Poetry Contest
Seniors, be on the lookout for this contest in December/January!

Mobile Library
Have you seen our new Mobile Library?  Check it out here!

If you’d like to have the Mobile Library visit your school for an event, such as Club Day, please fill out the application at the link above.  Be creative!

ACT and SAT Waivers are in!

Both ACT and SAT waivers have arrived so if you are on (or eligible for) Free or Reduced Lunch or in AVID, come get a fee waiver to cover the cost of your test! See here for additional eligibility options.

Waivers will be handed out only to Seniors in the Fall and to Seniors and Juniors in the Spring!


Happy New School Year!

Welcome back Titans!

Freshmen, welcome to Antelope!  You’re in for a great four years.  You probably won’t need to be in the College & Career Center much, but you are welcome anytime.  If you get a job or have a job, you will need a work permit.  You can print an application out in the Career Page, under Work Permits, or you can stop by and pick one up.  Once completely filled out, turn it in to me so I can get you an official work permit!

Sophomores, you also probably won’t be in the C & C Center too often, but if you have any questions, need a work permit, or a quieter place to study, here is the place!

Juniors, you’re going to start to see me a more this year!  Many of you will get jobs, start exploring your college and career options, and begin testing in the spring.  Come see me for questions and resources on all of those subjects.

Seniors, some of you might feel like you live in here this year. That’s okay! That’s what I’m here for – ask ALL your questions, pay attention to deadlines, and check in often to make sure you are not missing out on opportunities.

Parents, feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.  I deal with all things college and career.  That includes, but is not limited to: college applications, personal statements, financial aid, work permits, career assessments, scholarships, ROP/Career Technical Education, the Military, and anything else that relates.  The best way to contact me is by email, as I am in and out of my office all day with students, conferences, and events, and am often unable to answer the phone.  If you do give me a call, please leave a message – I do not see missed calls.

Staff, I am here for any questions or requests for help or resources you may need! I am always happy to present on any College or Career subject and will likely be contacting you if you teach Seniors to set up a time I can come speak to your students!

It’s going to be a great year Titans!  I get to… spend it with all of you!