The Denver Scholarship Foundation Future Center at Northfield High School is located in the Room 123 of Building 2.
Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) is a nonprofit helping to make college possible and building the educational and economic future of Denver by collaborating with Denver Public Schools (DPS) high school students, families, and partners statewide to increase access and completion of post-high school learning, while also expanding generational exposure to career and entrepreneurial opportunities.
DSF accomplishes this through its nationally recognized evidence-based three part program consisting of support systems, actionable tools, and scholarships to help guide students to lifelong success.
Since Fall of 2007, DSF has awarded $57.6 million in scholarships to 8,941 DPS graduates.
The Future Center is Northfield High School’s college resource center, where students can get information about colleges, financial aid, and scholarships. Zack Montez, DSF Lead College Advisor, helps to guide students through every step of the college application and financial aid process. Here is a brief list of the services and resources available at Northfield’s Future Center:
The DSF Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for qualifying graduates of Denver Public Schools. The scholarship can be used at DSF’s 31 College Partners in Colorado, including technical, community, and four-year colleges and universities, and it is renewable for up to four consecutive years, depending on the type of college. Along with their scholarship award, DSF Scholarship recipients get personalized advising and support to guide them through college toward their education and career goals. Applications are due on May 1. Learn more information on how to apply.
To qualify for a DSF Scholarship, students must meet these requirements:
For more detailed eligibility information, please visit www.denverscholarship.org.