We were working on the computers and one student had finished her assignment and asked if she could work on her scholarship applications. I told her she could and she got started. After a few minutes she asked me "What does it mean when it asks for your contributions to your school and community?" I tried to explain it to her and gave her examples. "Have you been in any clubs, done Adopt-A-Highway, volunteered at a blood drive, etc?" She hasn't been in any clubs in high school and pretty much has spent her time hanging with her boyfriend. I tried to explain that the scholarship was based on community service and she shouldn't waste her time on that one. She told me I think it is crap the way all these scholarships are based on your grades and what you have done in high school! Hello, what are we supposed to base the scholarships on? You want some money? Here take this. Keep in mind this came from a student with about 80% attendance and around a 2.2 GPA. It just seems like more and more of these kids expect something for nothing. Like our society.