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Students Show their School Spirit with the School Spirit Photo Contest celebrates the beginning of the school year by awarding a $1,000 scholarship to the member with the most school spirit

Quincy, MA (September 15, 2011)— (, an Edvisors online education company, is kicking off the 2011 ‐ 2012 school year with the Back to School Photo Contest. Student members of are being asked to submit photos that depict what school spirit means to them and encourage their peers to vote for their photo in order to win the grand prize. So far members have submitted pictures of football games, marching bands, groups of friends, and even science projects.

Currently the contest, being run exclusively on the Facebook page, has over 980 submissions and 16,500 votes. When the contest closes at the end of September, the member whose submission receives the most votes will receive a $1,000 scholarship award. An additional $500 scholarship will be awarded to one randomly selected member who voted for the winning photo. Both winners will be announced on October 3rd. strives to help students pay for college by providing scholarship funds, exposing members to a wide range of external scholarship offers, and helping them navigate the sometimes complicated financial aid process. With this contest hopes to not only help two student members monetarily with scholarship awards, but also foster a sense of community and introduce the program and its benefits to a new group of students from schools across the country.

To enter the School Spirit Photo Contest and view the entries, visit: offers free college scholarships through scholarship contests for members of our program. Joining is free and easy! You can win by earning points and entering them into monthly drawings for our free scholarships. Members earn points by logging in each day, completing surveys, and reviewing other sites and services. We help high school and college students pay for college as our way of thanking them for providing feedback on our services and supporting our network of Edvisors websites.