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How Your Recruits Education is Funded

Recruiters, do not worry, CHS takes care of student education funding. Student funding comes from multiple sources. Listed below are some of the major funding sources.

The U.S. Navy is currently providing a scholarship to any high school dropout that meets the following qualifications:

  • Needs 5 courses or less to complete their high school career diploma with Citizens High School
  • Meets all Navy’s physical, administrative and legal qualifications to become a recruit
  • Meets the required ASVAB qualifications score
  • Be an active student and CHS and agree to complete all academic requirements within 5 month of starting their first class
  • Sign a Delayed Entry Program contract

Once these qualifications are met, the recruit will receive a full high school bridge scholarship

Is your recruit a resident of one of the following states: Arizona, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Utah, or West Virginia? Then they are able to choose where they attend school and the state will cover the cost. For more details, please contact us!

Many employers offer education benefits to employees. Your recruit should ask their employer what they offer. If they don’t have a program, ask them anyway. Here’s a link to sample letters.

Invite people to contribute to your recruit’s goal of joining the military. These websites can get them started: GoFundMe, Spotfund, FundRazr, Fundly

Depending on how many credits your recruit needs, the student’s motivation and the student’s life situation will determine how long it will take the student to complete and the total cost of their bridge program.  Students can chose to take one course at a time at $99 per month or two course at a time at $149 per month.

Self-Pay options could include:  (think outside the Box to find the funds)

  • The student pays out of their own funds
  • Ask family to help support their education effort
  • Ask your Community or Church.  Many community organizations and churches have outreach program for members who need help and serve their country.

At This Point the Army, Air Force, and Marines, do not offer scholarships for Non- High School Graduates.

However, if you have an adult student between the ages of 17 and 38 who did not graduate from high school and needs a scholarship to help complete high school and enlist in the Army, Air Force, or Marines, please fill out the Scholarship Request Form

CHS is gathering the number of scholarships needed to help with the recruiting shortfalls of the Army, Air Force and Marine Corps. Thank you for your help with this mission!

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