Thursday, May 30, 2013

Landrum Lions Alumni Scholarships

Six former Landrum Middle School students who are graduating from Northbrook High School this week have been awarded the first-ever Landrum Lions Alumni Scholarships.

These new scholarships provide $500 to graduating seniors who are Landrum Middle School alumni as an incentive to help them pursue technical, community college, or university-level degrees.

“Spring Branch ISD and Landrum Middle School are focused on instilling in every student that they can successfully complete a technical certificate, a two-year degree, or four-year college or university degree. This district goal is known as T-2-4,” states the alumni scholarship committee. “With the help of generous donors including staff and community members, community agencies, and the scholarship committee, we were able to raise more than $3,000 to award to these deserving students,” the committee also said in a statement.

Scholarship recipients from Northbrook High School:
  • Maria Mosqueda will attend the University of Houston, major in biology, and pursue a nursing career.
  • Fernando Pachuca will attend Texas A&M University and major in biomedical engineering.
  • Vicente Perez will attend the University of Houston, major in mathematics, and pursue a career in teaching.
  • Franklin Quiroz will attend San Jacinto College and major in criminal justice.
  • Cindy Ramos will attend Sam Houston State University, major in psychology, and be a doctor one day.
  • Angela Perez will attend the University of Houston-Downtown, major in kinesiology, and pursue a career in teaching.

Members of the Landrum Lions Alumni Scholarship Committee were Michele Flores, Andres Bautista, Maricela Olivarez, Abigayl Flores and Yolanda Macias.


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