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A vital aspect of our mission is to provide you with all the resources necessary for success. Explore the links below for the latest and most valuable information we've curated on topics such as paying for college, selecting a career, and more:

Student Supply Closet

We have a variety of resources for our young scholars to check out, including:

  • ACT Prep Books/Practice Tests
  • ACT Prep Flashcards
  • Calculators (TI 83 & 84 for ACTs, 89 for Calculus Classes)
  • Science Fair Project Kit

Please get in touch with our office if you would like to check a resource out.

Student Supply Closet

Summer Camps

  • The program provides financial support for students to participate in a summer learning experience each year, extending through the summer after their Senior Year. The Tri-County Tech summer camps offer a valuable STEAM option for career exploration. Students can submit camp requests for consideration to the Young Scholars of Bartlesville Office. Students can use their allocated camp funds to cover college orientation camps after their senior year. For more details on this policy, please request a copy of the Camp Payment Policy.


Whether you are a middle school student or a senior in high school, it's never too early to start preparing for college, and we've prepared a list of links to help you find the right college for you.

Preparing for College

  • Oklahoma College Start is a fantastic first resource to get you started in your college search. They offer specific advice tailored to your stage of life, whether you are a middle school student, high school student, parent, or teacher.
  • Another great resource comes from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Their site contains helpful links to college assistance programs, financial aid opportunities, and Oklahoma universities.
  • The U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard can be used to aid you in comparing and deciding on a university that fits your needs!

Paying for College-Scholarships

  • Oklahoma's Promise is a valuable opportunity for college-bound students from families earning between $50,000 and $100,000. Sign up during 8th-10th grades, completing the application by the end of the 10th-grade year.
  • The College Board offers guidance on exploring careers and provides three steps to getting financial aid.
  • The Young Scholars of Bartlesville Scholarship List  is a dynamic resource with information on local, state, and national scholarships. We regularly update it with new opportunities, so keep us informed about any additions or removals. Explore the BHS counselor's web site for financial resources and check out Federal Student Aid and FastWeb for comprehensive information on several types of financial aid. For more details on how to pay for college and the necessary steps, visit the provided resources here.
  • For more details on how to pay for college and the necessary steps, visit the provided resources.


  • Most colleges require applicants to take either the SAT or the ACT. You can find ACT information here.
  • Most will qualify for a fee waiver; talk to your counselor at the High School. If not, the program will pay for up to three ACTs and AP Tests for those who have not been on probation with the program. The program will also pay for the Test Information Release.
  • The program will not pay for the writing test; fees must be reimbursed. Visit the ACT Student website for more information or to sign up. If you are interested in preparing for the ACT, there is a list of resources you can use here.


Exploring your career path and envisioning your future can be thrilling yet overwhelming. Ease this process by taking career interest tests on websites like Career Tech and RSU. These tools help align your interests with potential careers and provide insights into their outlook. Each website offers unique features to assist students in discovering careers that suit them.


The program offers a comprehensive resource list for students seeking tutoring, prioritizing both in-school and external options. The list includes websites for supplemental educational support.     

Merriam-Webster's website  is an excellent resource for homework help, providing a dictionary, thesaurus, Spanish-English dictionary, and medical dictionary. It's beneficial for writing papers and college application essays.

To help students manage assignments, resources like the Keeping Track of Assignments presentation offer options and a sample agenda page.  Additionally, there is a checklist for effectively utilizing an agenda page.

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