Scholly is a mobile and web app that gives high school students, current college students, and graduate students an easy to find scholarships to pay for college.
Scholly was recently featured on Shark Tank, where the company landed a deal with Daymond John and Lori Griener and also caused the biggest fight in Shark Tank history. Scholly has also been featured in USA Today, Forbes, Tech Crunch, Bloomberg Radio, BET, and more. Recently, the company partnered with White House’s My Brothers Keeper Initiative, providing Scholly to 275,000 students. Also, The City of Memphis bought Scholly for students in their city and the as well as The State of Montana purchased the app for high school seniors in the entire state. After Shark Tank, Scholly reached #1 in the IPhone and Android App Stores #1 for several weeks.
Founder Christopher Gray, a Drexel University senior and Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, won $1.3 Million in scholarships to pay for college. Gray along with his co founders Nick Pirollo and Bryson Alef’s goal was to remove the hassle of scholarship searching for all seniors, current college students, and graduate students.