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Plan to Succeed

Welcome to Mrs. Kennedy's Scholarships page. It is never too soon to plan for your future. You will need to be well-versed on what you need to do in order to get where you want to go. I have provided links to several government and official college websites that will provide you with the tools you need to help you make the right academic decisions throughout your high school years. These tools encompass everything from higher-education cost calculators to testing practice to scholarship and financial aid resources. I have also included a Google sheet titled "Tiger College & Career" located on the right-hand side of this page that is constantly updated with information on scholarships, links to colleges, and opportunities for your future. 

Students can also find all of the information below, and more, in Mrs. Kennedy's Google Classrooms. Check your email often, click on all links that she sends then read, research, and respond so that you are aware of great opportunities. Parents that accept classroom notifications will get a summary of what Mrs. Kennedy posts for students. These are great conversational topics to discuss as a family! 

As a school, we hope you will invest the time in your future to research the possibilities, formulate a plan to conquer the hurdles, and make the goals necessary to achieve your dreams. We encourage families to also take advantage of the information and research with your child for their future and yours.

New Mexico Scholarships

National & Regional Scholarships

Bryan Cameron Education Foundation
College Greenlight Fly-ins and Scholarships
Gates Scholarship
Heisman High School Scholarship
Horatio Alger Scholarship
Jack Kent Cooke
Johnson & Johnson
LEDA Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America
McDonald's HACER Scholarship
National Cattlemen
National FFA Scholarship
National FFA Scholarship Catalog: Convention Supporters
Parnall Law Scholarship
Prudential Emerging Visionaries
Questbridge National College Match for Seniors
Reagan Foundation
UT Dallas