Thinking about how much college will cost for your high school teen can be stressful. As it is, the pandemic hitting us hard didn't help with the financial struggles we have had lately. If you've been to college then you know how much of an arm and leg it costs.

Going to college is vital when there is a particular career you would like to do. As a parent, it is our job to make sure our children continue their education to excel in life. So if you have a high school senior on your hands then it doesn't hurt to apply for a college scholarship.

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Luckily, there is a way that can help you out with the financial part for your teenager. McDonald's El Paso Scholarships know how important school is and are wanting to help out some seniors with their college tuition. In fact, McDonald's El Paso Scholarships plan on forking over a total of $100,000 to help students with that financial burden.

The McDonald's El Paso Scholarship plan on sending 18 students to college this year. So if you're planning on attending EPCC or UTEP and having some financial struggles, you can apply by clicking here. When you get to the McDonald's EL Paso Scholarship page you will need to select which college your teenager would like to attend at the top right corner.

Each college has some requirements in order to be eligible and apply for the McDonald's El Paso Scholarship. It doesn't hurt to apply and if selected just think of the relief you will feel with some financial help.

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