MAY 2018 (LOCAL)
ECLAT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP - DUE: MAY 1, 2018
The ECLAT Foundation Scholarships are one-year $2,000 scholarships that may be used fortuition books and fees at any accredited college or university in the state of Texas.Eligible applicants must be current graduating seniors or college students either currently residingin or who are past graduate of a high school in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman,Johnson, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant or Wise Counties, that intend to pursue or are currentlypursuing a baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university in the State of Texas.College Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are welcome to apply, but College Seniors are noteligible for consideration.Applicants must have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or a collegeGPA of 3.0, plus a minimum SAT score of 1300 (if taken January 2016 and earlier), minimumSAT score of 960 (if taken March 2016 and after), or ACT score of 18.Selection criteria includes academic excellence, school and community participation anddemonstrated leadership potential, with a focus on financial need.All applicants will be required to provide two letters of recommendation and complete an essay.Applicants will also have to complete the FAFSA. Graduating Senior Finalists will be interviewed thelast week of May 2017. College students will not be required to interviewAPPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2018 . COMPLETED
TALL PINES QUILT GUILD (AND MATH MAJOR) SCHOLARSHIP-DUE: MAY 21, 2018
TALL PINES QUILT GUILD – Huntsville, Texas
2018 Scholarship APPLICATION
The Tall Pines Quilt Guild of Huntsville, Texas will award a
$1, 500 Scholarship in June 2018
Applicant must be a graduating senior (public, private or home school) residing within the
TPQG membership area & apply in one of the following categories:
SHOWING PROFICIENCY in SEWING
Proficiency in sewing was selected since we are a sewing organization whose purpose is “to foster appreciation of fine quilts and of quilting among both quilters and the public, to increase knowledge of traditional and contemporary techniques of quilting, to provide an encouraging environment in which quilters can practice and exchange ideas, to educate the public as to the significance and history of quilting as an art form as well as an ongoing craft, and to preserve the rich heritage of quilting for future generations.”
NO SPECIFIC MAJOR is REQUIRED FOR THIS CATEGORY – ONLY A DEMONSTRATION OF PROFICIENCY IN SEWING. Photos displaying a sample of proficiency MUST be submitted with the completed application & attachments.
INTENTION to MAJOR IN MATH EDUCATION
A major in math education was selected due to the extreme need for mathematics educators and because as quilters we utilize math in all of our work.
In this category - ONLY those students intending to MAJOR in MATH EDUCATION will be considered.
Please check the appropriate scholarship category (Sewing or Math) on your application. Completed forms and required documentation are due no later than Saturday- May 21, 2018
MIDLOTHIAN ROTARY CLUB "SERVICE ABOVE SELF" SCHOLARSHIP-DUE: MAY 4, 2018
“Service Above Self” Scholarship Summary The Midlothian Rotary Club “Service Above Self” Scholarship was created to encourage and promote community service and leadership among the graduating seniors of the Midlothian Independent School District student body, and reward the achievements of those students who have exemplified these ideals based on local and global community service involvement. The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders. Midlothian Rotarians believe that generations, who develop a lifestyle of serving others, at an early age, will greatly enhance our community, country and world, but most importantly build a brighter future for citizens around the world. We thank you for your interest in applying for the Service Above Self Scholarship, and appreciate the efforts you have already made in serving others. The Midlothian Rotary Club will award a total of (4) $1,500.00 scholarships, (2) $1,500.00 to the top point earners from both MHS and MHHS graduating class 2018.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE HANDED IN TO MRS. OLIVER IN THE COLLEGE/CAREER CENTER BY 4:00PM ON MAY 4, 2018.
JERI LYNN JORDAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -DUE: MAY 3, 2018
The Jeri Lynn Jordan Memorial Scholarship Fund was set up by the Adult Bible Class of the First United Methodist Church of Midlothian and the Jordan family in loving memory of an inspirational young lady. This Scholarship is presented to the graduating Senior who will perpetuate the image of Jeri Lynn through such characteristics as active participation in school activities, church activities and academic excellence. Jeri Lynn was a credit to her school and community and an inspiration to all who knew her and witnessed her unwavering faith as she fought her courageous battle against cancer. Jeri Lynn’s personality, bright smile, and sincerity will long be remembered by her classmates.
(We wish to thank God for the time we had with Jeri Lynn Jordan and pray this scholarship will be a lasting remembrance of her.)
The recipient must be an individual who will perpetuate the image of Jeri Lynn through:
Sincerity of Purpose
Applications must be turned in to the MHS Guidance Center by 4:00pm MAY 3, 2018.
OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER "EVERY DROP COUNTS" SCHOLARSHIP-DUE: MAY 25, 2018
2018 Ozarka® Natural Spring Water
$10,000 “Every Drop Counts” Earth Science Scholarship Application
Scholarship application and supporting documents must be postmarked by Friday, May 25, 2018
Transcripts must be submitted with application to be considered
High School student: seven semesters or ten-trimester transcripts
Undergrad or Graduate College student: current college transcript, degree plan in Earth/Environmental Sciences
Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average
Applicant must submit essay with application, transcript and signed ‘General Rules & Guidelines’
Applicant must currently be a US citizen, Texas resident, & accepted to or enrolled in a four year, accredited college
or university or earth/environmental science graduate study program with the intention of studying earth/environmental sciences
MHS STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP - Due: May 4, 2018
MHS Student Council Scholarship Application
Due: Friday, May 4th to College & Career Center by 4 pm
Requirements for application:
- Active member of Student Council in good standing
- Enrollment and payment toward college tuition for the Fall 2018 semester
- Please list your school-specific achievements including any AP or advanced classes, sports, or extra art credits. If you have held an officer position in any council, be it STUCO, Pantherettes, FFA, Cheerleading, NHS, or any other extracurricular, please list “officer” without specifying the exact position so the judges can gather the best overall grasp of your general involvement at MHS.
- Please include a general letter of recommendation. It does not need to pertain to Student Council specifically. Your name and gender will be removed by Coach Gabrysch prior to submission to the judges.
- Essay Question (no more than 500 words): What is the most valuable lesson learned in your time in Student Council? How will you utilize this in your college career and on?
Two $300 scholarships will be awarded to two active Student Council members