2021-2022 Student Writing Responses: These writing responses are to be copied and pasted in to each scholarship application. Each scholarship application has 4 questions, which are the 4 writing responses.
Create a Go Merry account/profile by visiting www.goingmerry.com (check out the "How To" information first, located above)
Create an account using your personal email address-not your school email address and make it appropriate
Complete your Student Responses (all 4 are required, see above link)
Identify 2 individuals who can write you a letter of recommendation.
Complete any additional information needed Some scholarship applications require additional pages, essays, art submissions, etc. as required for those scholarships that ask for them and upload them to your Go Merry account. Please upload these documents to your Go Merry profile in your "Documents" folder. Label file with scholarship name.
NJUHSD Scholarship Applications Are Due:
December 19, 2021 (by 9pm)
FAFSA Made Easier by Going Merry:
Below is information on how to connect your IRS information with your FAFSA using the Going Merry program.
In order to connect to the IRS DRT:
A student’s FAFSA must be successfully “processed” (it takes 1-3 days after submitting for the FAFSA to be processed)
A student must have access to their parent’s FSA ID and password
A student must have access to their parent’s 2020 tax returns, to double-check exact spelling of things when connecting to the IRS
Remember to upload the additional documents required to your Going Merry account and attach it to the scholarship application. There is not an option to turn it in later or to anyone else. Turn it in with your application on Going Merry.
In addition, the list of scholarships will most likely change as new scholarships are expected to be added to the list. So please check back periodically for updates on the list of scholarships associated with the District Scholarship Application. (When completing the district scholarship application, complete the form using the year that you are a graduating senior.
When completing financial aid for college, complete forms using the dates of the school year you will be attending college, not the school year you are a graduating senior. This information applies to juniors graduating early as you are classified as a graduating senior for scholarship/financial aid purposes).
(Note: For Mac users or those with Windows Vista operating system, copy the URL address and paste it into the URL address box. You may also need to download Acrobat Adobe Reader. For those of you having problems downloading a pdf, you may right click your mouse on the pdf, then "save target as" to the desktop, and then click open to access the fiile. You may also need to click on "enable editing." You may also need to click on "Sign" and then "Add Text.")
District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination, including harassment with respect to the student's race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.