Scholarships for students starting in 9th grade.

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On Raise.me, students can track their high school progress, earn scholarships, and develop a clear path to college.

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Each achievement gets students scholarships from different colleges, redeemable at that school

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How one high schooler made $80K (without getting a job)

February 29th, 2016

Abby Saxastar raised $80,000 on Raise.me, which will fully cover her tuition at Stetson University, a private college in central Florida. "I've always been very successful in school and I've also done a lot of volunteer work," said Saxastar. "But I still had to figure out how to pay for college."

Got an A in Algebra? That's Worth $120

February 20th, 2016

By highlighting and rewarding certain academic and extracurricular activities, Raise.me helps level the college playing — and paying — field for low-income students who may not receive the same kind of parental advice at home as their higher-income peers.

Startup Lets High Schoolers Earn Scholarships By Caring For Family Members

September 13th, 2016

With its new "family assistance scholarships," Raise.me is hoping to enable a growing movement among selective colleges to recognize contributions by low-income students — those who are often shut out of the traditional college admissions horserace because of family obligations and limited opportunities.