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Conroe ISD Students Awarded Scholarships through Junior Achievement

By Abbie Johnson, Student Intern

Twelve Conroe ISD students were awarded scholarships through the Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas Scholarship Program (JA) for the 2015-16 school year. Each scholarship was sponsored by an individual, organization, or business.

JA is a non-profit organization that provides many different programs to students between kindergarten and 12th grade in order to help prepare them to succeed in the current global economy. Programs, such as Career Success, Economics, Job Shadow, and Personal Finance, each provide a different perspective on how students should prepare themselves for their future. JA educational programs are made possible by the volunteer work of professionals, parents, retirees, and college students who wish to share and educate students about today’s workplace.

In order to be considered for a scholarship, students must have participated in JA between their 9th and 12th grade years. Applicants also provided their education plans, level of JA participation, and other relevant information such as awards and achievements obtained in high school and through other extracurricular activities, educational financial plans, transcripts, college entrance scores, and a letter of recommendation.

The following CISD students were awarded scholarships.

Caney Creek High School
Francisco Garcia, $2,000 sponsored by BP
Mikayla Grimes, $1,000 sponsored by Frank Steininger
Rigoberto Reyna, $500 sponsored by IMA

Conroe High School
Abigail Roberson, $1000 sponsored by Greg Garland
Gage Hallbauer, $1,000 sponsored by Scott Prochazka
Meghan Byrd, $1000 sponsored by RB Herrscher

The Woodlands College Park High School
Ivy Taylor, $500 sponsored by JA

The Woodlands High School
Brian Seeling, $1000 sponsored by Thomas Iannacone
Nathaniel Musial, $2500 donated by Solvay
Phillip Block, $1000 sponsored by JA

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