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The Seguin High School College and Career Center facilitates several local, state, and national scholarships for our students. Find and apply for as many scholarships as you can—it’s free money for college or career school!

Scholarship: Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative Scholarship (GVEC)
Amount: Several $2,500 scholarships will be awarded. Scholarships can be used for college or trade school. 

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY
Applicant’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must have an active GVEC electric account in their name.
Applicant must be a 2021-22 high school graduate and be able to meet all admission requirements of the college, university or trade school selected.
Applicant must agree to attend classes as prescribed by the school’s curriculum for the semester in which tuition is paid.
In all cases, the Cooperative will have the final decision on eligibility of each applicant, and, if for any reason an applicant is found to be ineligible by the Scholarship Selection Committee, the scholarship shall not be awarded.
Children of the GVEC Board of Directors and employees are not eligible for this scholarship.

Deadline: February 1, 2022 @ 11:59 PM


Scholarship: Guadalupe County Farm Bureau- George Washington Scholarship
Amount: 5-$1000 Scholarships available for Graduating Seniors

Please email or visit Ms. Kristi Mazzurana for an application or more details. 

Deadline: February 11, 2022


Scholarship: Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) Scholarship
Amount: $500-$2,000

ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES
GBRA’s goal is to encourage and assist students to fulfill their educational endeavors. The following guidelines will be used to determine eligibility and to evaluate applications:

Graduating High School Seniors residing in GBRA’s 10-county service area (Kendall, Comal, Hays, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Gonzales, DeWitt, Victoria, Calhoun and Refugio) are eligible to apply.
Students have an overall “B” average or higher.
Applications will be reviewed and awarded by a selection committee chosen by GBRA.
In the event the scholarship recipient receives financial assistance from other sources that would constitute a full scholarship, the recipient shall notify the GBRA Scholarship Coordinator and relinquish rights to the scholarship. The scholarship shall then be awarded to the runner-up, if that applicant continues to meet all criteria.

 

Deadline: January 30, 2022

 

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Scholarship: Drs. Eric and Michelle Miller Scholarship
Amount: $1,500

Please notice: This application must be submitted to Eric Miller, MD at the address provided.  Must be postmarked by April 15th, 2022

Deadline: April 15, 2022


Scholarship: Texas Farm Credit Scholarship (Ag Student of the Month program and Marsha Martin Scholarship program). Each Texas Farm Credit branch location will select one local student who will be awarded a $1,000 academic grant and the title of Ag Champ. There will be 18 Ag Champs in all. In addition, each Ag Champ will also have a $1,000 contribution made in their honor to their FFA chapter or 4-H club.

Amount:  $1000

Deadline: January 15, 2022

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Scholarship: Governance Camp and Scholarship
Amount: $1500 

Note: It is required that you attend and participate in the Governance Camp in Galveston, TX from March 2-5, 2022. Winners will speak at and attend this event and be provided with a hotel room for them and their parents/guardians. Additional camp information

Deadline: January 14, 2022

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Scholarship: UT Austin 40 Acres Scholarship

Amount: The Forty Acres Scholars Program is a merit-based, full-ride scholarship. Our 300+ other scholarships range from need-based to merit-based and offer a wide range of supplemental funding from $500–$20,000. 

Who’s eligible to apply?

~ High school seniors applying to The University of Texas at Austin
~ Both in-state and out-of-state students are eligible, they must be a U.S citizen or permanent U.S. resident at the time of application.
~ If they are applying to UT as a McCombs School of Business major, they must also apply to the Canfield Business Honors Program by November 1.
~ Transfer and international students are not eligible to apply to the Forty Acres Scholars Program, but they are eligible for other Texas Exes scholarships.

We’ll be offering virtual information sessions on the following dates; each links to meeting held via Microsoft Teams:

Friday, October 15, 12- 1 p.m. - Register here

Friday, October 22, 4-5 p.m. - Register here

Friday, November 12, 12-1 p.m. (After preferred deadline) - Register here
Please email questions to fortyacresscholars@texasexes.org.

Note: You must first submit the Texas Exes General Application and Entering Freshman Scholarship Application before you can access the Forty Acres Scholars Program supplemental short answers.

 

Deadline: The priority deadline for the 2022–2023 Academic Year is November 1 at 11:59 p.m. CST. The final deadline is December 1 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Meeting the priority deadline offers no advantage. That is the date the university would like the applications so they can start reviewing them.

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Scholarship: Navy ROTC with Marine Option
Amount: Varies

***Students don't need to be a part of high school ROTC to apply (not needed)***

-For the Marines side, they will choose Marine-Option.
-The application is open to all juniors and seniors.
-Academically top tier, sports background and voluntary community service applicants are highly encouraged to apply. The more, the merrier.
-Applying does not mean that they are committing to our organization.
-This is a means to afford an opportunity to go to a regular college or university of choice while remaining competitive without having to take on any type of loans or debt.

Applicants must use the online application to complete and submit all the required information in order to apply for the Navy ROTC scholarship.

This online application is extensive and may require several hours to complete. You are able to start the application and save your progress as you complete each section. We have provided an Application Information Checklist to assist you in gathering information and to streamline the process of applying for a scholarship.

Questions:  Gunnery Sergeant Anthony, Kenneth P.   SNCOIC RSS New Braunfels

Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Antonio
2802 IH 35 N Suite F.
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Office: (830) 608-0615
Cell: (210) 382-0448

Deadline: January 31, 2022

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Scholarship:  Art Angels with the SA Stock Show and Rodeo

The 2021 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Western Art Contest is open to high school students currently enrolled in one of the 94 eligible school districts, as well as those attending a private school or homeschooled in one on of the 33 eligible counties. The lists of eligible school districts and counties can be downloaded below. The Western Art Contest is held annually in early December.

Here are a few highlights from this year’s contest: 

  • Contest will be held the weekend of December 3rd – 5th, 2021
    • Friday, December 3rd - Noon to 7 p.m. – Art Check-In
    • Saturday, December 4th – Judging (not open to public)
    • Sunday, December 5th - 2:00 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. - Reception for student, parents, and teachers
  • The Western Art program will award 10 scholarships totaling $105,000.
  • Scholarships will be awarded to the Champion in each specific class/category.
  • 10 classes/categories: Clay Sculpture, Other Sculpture, Oil/Acrylic Painting, Watercolor Painting, Mixed Media Painting, Pencil/Graphite Drawing, Pen/Ink Drawing, Pastels/Chalk Drawing, Colored Pencil/Conte Drawing, and Mixed Media Drawing
  • Expanded list of eligible school districts and counties.

Contact for questions:

Western Art Committee-School Team Contact

debi.mccutcheon@pointsmith.com

210-844-5448

Debi McCutcheon

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