I'm a senior in high school right now. My guidance counselor called me into his office and he told me that I'm graduating in the top 20% of my class and my overall GPA from all four years of being there is 3.5. So he told me that I'm eligible for a scholarship and I should consider applying for it. Which would mean I have to take a test and then if I pass it, on top of being in the top 20% and my gpa, I would be awarded a scholarship which would pay full tuition per semester And as long as I was enrolled full time in honors classes and maintained a 3.5 GPA they would continue to pay for a semester. But that can't be easy right? Or else they wouldn't be paying a full tuition. So I don't know how realistic that would be for me. The only honors classes ive taken in high school were honors chemistry and honors physics. They didn't feel any different than a normal class. Any opinions?