INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - High School students have no problem chatting on the phone, so one district is putting their skills to good use.
Sunday was the third year for Tri-West's Phonathon.
Students called members of their community to ask for donations that go toward a scholarship program. The more money raised, the more students get help with their upcoming college tuition.
Last year, 18 students were awarded $1,000 scholarships.
Based on how much money is raised is how many people we can give scholarships to," said a student at the phonathon. "The more that we raise, the more we can give, and the more we can give, the more people are in college – which is good."
K&J Communications donated 20 call stations for students to all work in one room.
Once the money is totaled and student essays are judged, scholarships will be announced in May.
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