2022 Scholarship Recipients

$1,000 credit union scholarships available

38 seniors will be selected

A higher degree of support

Education is in our name, and we're proud to help high school seniors in our Southeast Texas communities pay for higher education. We award $38,000 in scholarship funds annually, because we understand the value of a degree.

2 female college students studying on campus

Congrats to our 2022 Scholarship Recipients!

 
Beaumont Early College High School Kennedy House
Beaumont United High School Arianna Waters
Bridge City High School Ashton DeRouen
Brookeland High School Jill White
Buna High School Tylee Rawls
Burkeville High School Kailey Falwell
Chester High School Emma Grimes
Colmesneil High school Sadie Calhoon
Community Christian School Isabel Sylestein
Deweyville High School Aleigha Raymer
East Chambers High School Hector Martinez
Evadale High School Trinity Pitts
Hamshire Fannett High School Erika Williams
Hardin Jefferson High School Macie Cunningham
High Island High School Jordan Grubbs
Jasper High School Natalie Barnaby 
Kelly High School Kai Sparks
Kirbyville High School Carmen Key
Kountze High School Mylea Estepp
Legacy Christian Academy Natalie Huynh
Little Cypress Mauriceville High School Andrew McDowd 
Lumberton High School Pacie Sisk
Memorial High School Madison Alvarez
Nederland High School Mason Minnis 
Newton High School Whitney Gooch
Orangefield High School Kolton Marshall
Port Neches Groves High School Aleigha Bridges
Sabine Pass High School Victor Johnson
Silsbee High School Fred Williams
Spurger High School Ashleigh Woods
Texas Academy of Leadership Ervin McMillen
Vidor High School Aarilynn Richardson
Warren High School Wyatt Lott
West Brook High School Ella Rao
West Orange Stark High School Carolina Vazquez
Woodrow Wilson Early College High School Alexia Solomon
Woodville High School Qays Syed
 

Want to apply for an Education First scholarship? Be on the lookout for more information on January 15.