We Help Our Students Succeed Through Scholarships

In 2023 our chapter gave out 50 scholarships for a total of $45,136.  The Snoqualmie Valley Dollars for Scholars chapter, started in 1990, has given out $948,073 in awards to 1,311 graduating seniors to further higher education. This organization would not be possible without the support of our community and the public and private donors that are dedicated to the success of our students. 

Our Snoqualmie Valley Dollars for Scholars chapter serves the communities of Carnation and Duvall in the state of Washington.  We mobilize on behalf of post secondary education success for our students.

Dollars for Scholars chapters like ours help hometown students achieve their educational goals by raising scholarship funds, providing assistance with college readiness and the financial aid process, and distributing scholarships each year.

This website provides resources from our chapter to our volunteers, community and students. You can learn more about our history, goals and volunteers through the "About Us" link, and find out what's new by clicking on "News and Events." Volunteers -- and those who are interested in becoming volunteers -- can click on "Volunteer Login" to get connected. 

Finally, if you are a student looking for our Dollars for Scholars chapter scholarships, you're in the right place! Just click "Student and Parent Login" to begin filling out your student profile -- not only will you find and apply for our scholarships that way, you will also discover scholarships from across the Scholarship America network that you may be eligible for. You will also find valuable financial aid, college success, internship, and career resources, so get started today!

Our Objectives:

  1. Expand the opportunities for higher education to graduating seniors from Cedarcrest High School and the Riverview Learning Center.
  2. Broaden the base of scholarships.
  3. Encourage excellence in academics, participation in school activities, and participation in community activities.
  4. Simplify and standardize the scholarship application.
  5. Review, evaluate, and award scholarships on a fair, non discriminatory, and equitable basis.
  6. Establish a continuing program of scholarship awards through the Riverview School District, community associations and organizations, memorials, local companies, and individuals.