The "Dana Michelle Pettaway Service Scholarship" identifies Christian students who are college-bound and service-minded. Since 2006, this scholarship has awarded $2,000 each to 10 high school seniors to be used for college expenses
Applications are available online at dmpministries.org.
FreshmanSupport.com is hosting a $3,000 scholarship and two $1,000 scholarships for high school seniors in Texas and invite students from Cypress Lakes High to participate.
Graduating minority seniors in good standing with academic excellence, leadership, and community involvement are encouraged to apply for the One Delta Plaza Educational Center Scholarship.
Are you a graduating senior in good standing, African-American, Hispanic, Asian or Native American? Also, are you in the top 20% of your graduating class with a minimum SAT combined score of 1650, or ACT 24, demonstrate a financial need and are interested in working in a law firm setting? Have you lived in Houston, Dallas, or the Austin area for seven years, then the Vincent & Elkins- Law Career Scholarship is for you.
Graduating seniors who are in good standing, who have competed in a UIL academic/music meet, have taken the ACT/SAT and have been accepted to a Texas state college, are eligible to apply for the Texas Interscholastic League Foundation Scholarship. Students must maintain a 2.5 or higher in college.
Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston
Voice Study Scholarship or Internship in Technical Theater Scholarship
Graduating seniors in good standing, who are majoring in vocal performance or theater are eligible to apply for the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston, Voice Study Scholarship or Internship in Technical Theater Scholarship.
Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union provides several $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors in the CFISD and Waller communities who will be attending accredited colleges, junior colleges or universities. Students do not have to be members of the Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union in order to apply.
Tzu Chi Foundation is pleased to announce that its scholarship program, Tzu Chi Scholars 2015, is now accepting applications. All high school graduating seniors are encouraged to apply. Tzu Chi Scholars are selected on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, community involvement and college plan. This is a nationwide program and each scholar will be awarded a total of $1,000.
Applicants must meet these requirements:
Currently a senior in good standing in a greater Houston or surrounding area accredited high school.
Relocated more than 50 miles and changed schools due to their family's relocation
Relocated between grades 9 and 12.
Currently have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 (or equivalent achievement on a different scale).
Eligibility requirements include:
Must be a resident of Texas and be pursuing a career in the law enforcement or criminal justice profession. Special consideration given to students with immediate family members in law enforcement and students enrolled in Criminal Justice classes while in high school.
Other factors considered of the applicant: financial need, current participation in criminal justice related activities, student leadership and scholastic ability.