Are you in martial arts (karate, tae kwon do, aikido, and others) in high school? Now you can begin earning college scholarships for your participation in martial arts as early as the 9th grade, even if you don't plan to pursue it in college. Oberlin College, Cornell College (IA), University of Vermont and 368 other colleges offer up to $10,000 in scholarships for every year of martial arts. Plus, if you're in a leadership role, you may be eligible for an extra scholarship of up to $3,375 per year!

Unlike other scholarships for martial arts members, micro-scholarships don't involve an application, essay, or selection process. They are awarded in your aid package if you enroll at that college.

Here are just some of the colleges and universities offering scholarships for high schoolers participating in martial arts. See more colleges, and earn micro-scholarships for everything from grades to volunteering in your community, by signing up for a free RaiseMe account.

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Number of colleges offering 371
Award amount Up to $2,500 per year
Average award $202
Average award for leadership position $225