The deadline for Clark County high school and college students to apply for over 900 scholarships is fast approaching.

The Public Education Foundation is planning to award more than $5 million to currently enrolled students, with scholarships ranging from $250 to $100,000.

“Hundreds of generous donors across the community have stepped up to help our students realize their educational and life dreams,” Rich Broome, CEO of the Public Education Foundation said. “These are often life-changing scholarships that also reduce financial stress on our families.”

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