About The A.C.C.E.S.S Program

The Scholarship

The BSF A.C.C.E.S.S. Program is a fully subsidized, comprehensive SAT tutoring and college admissions support package consisting of a combination of large group, small group, and individual support with a private tutor. Total value: $4050

Program Objective

To assist students in need with the college application process. In this regard, we are funding scholarships enabling qualified students to obtain specialized individual and small group tutoring to prepare for their college entrance exams. Additionally, we provide mentoring and access to a comprehensive college application boot camp in order to help students navigate the college application process. Our overall goal is to improve qualified low-income students’ access to college and potential academic scholarships.

Program Admissions Requirements

  • GPA of 2.95+

  • Extracurricular involvement

  • Financial and/or circumstantial need, determined by counselor’s recommendation

  • Completion of BSF application, including thoughtful responses to essay questions

Program Application Process

  1. Complete the application essay questions in your own words (500-1000 words):

    1. What character traits do you possess that have helped you to overcome personal adversity?

    2. Describe your degree of commitment to pursue a college education.

    3. How do you anticipate making a contribution to society?

  2. Submit a typed copy to all of the following:

    1. Your school’s counseling department

    2. Blue Sky Fund at bsfcolorado@gmail.com or at https://goo.gl/JdEpgu


Do you know a student who would benefit from our program?

Requirements from applicant:

  • 2.95 or above GPA.

  • Extra-curricular involvement.

  • Financial or circumstantial need, determined by recommendation of counselor.

  • Completion of BSF application



  • Fall 2019 Application Due:  August 18th, 2019

  • Completion of BSF application, including three short essay questions.

  • Spring 2020 Application Due:  January 25th, 2020







A 23 on the ACT or a 1800 on the SAT may be above average at one university but below average at another. The higher your score, the more options are open to you.


The Higher, the Better

The national average for the new SAT is 1500. For the ACT, it's between 20 and 21. If you are close to these averages you will likely be accepted into a considerable number of colleges and universities (as long as you have decent grades), but may not be considered at more selective schools. Above average SAT/ACT scores will improve your chances of getting into a more selective school.


A good SAT score or ACT score can also help you snag additional scholarship money.

- Princeton Review (www.princetonreview.com/college)

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