CoServ awards scholarships to high school seniors in 23 North Texas school districts

CoServ awards scholarships to high school seniors in 23 North Texas school districts

 

The CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to seniors throughout our service territory, continuing the tradition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

CCF partners with the Education Foundations in 23 school districts to award $1,000 scholarships to select seniors. CCF funds the scholarships through Operation Roundup, where CoServ Electric Members and Gas Customers have their bills rounded up to the nearest dollar. Those pennies – about $6 a year on average – add up to more than $1 million that’s returned to worthwhile causes and academic initiatives every year.

“Our current situation is making things difficult for everyone, especially our graduating seniors who have had to deal with the loss of several opportunities to make memories with teachers and friends,” said Jessica Craft, Community Relations Specialist. “We hope to make it up to these seniors by continuing to provide the $1,000 scholarship through the CoServ Charitable Foundation. It makes us proud to know we will still be helping these students continue their education and make new memories upon college graduation.”

Two seniors who received these $1,000 Education Foundation grants also received $5,000 CoServ Scholarships that were awarded in the spring. Click here for a list of the seven seniors who received the CoServ Scholarships.

 

ALLEN ISD

Ravi Parekh, Allen High School
Higher education: University of Texas at Austin

 

ARGYLE ISD

Alyssa Sharp, Argyle High School

 

AUBREY ISD

Elle Basham, Aubrey High School
Higher education: University of North Texas

DENTON ISD

Greyson Thompson, Braswell High School
Higher education: Baylor University

Emanuel Prado, Denton High School
Higher education: University of Texas at Arlington

Lochlynn Tucker, Guyer High School
Higher education: Texas A&M University

Martin Rodriguez, Jr., Ryan High School
Higher education: Stanford

 

ERA ISD

Abigail Thompson, Era High School
*Also received $5,000 CoServ Scholarship

 

FRISCO ISD

Maansi Chodavarapu, Heritage High School

Furaha Matiyabo, Independence High School

Kathan Gandhi, Liberty High School

Naomi Mo, Lone Star High School

Yunbeen Bae, Reedy High School

Jackson Dane Young, Wakeland High School

Dharma Patel, Centennial High School

Delaney Deaton, Frisco High School

Vincent Chen, Lebanon High School

Andrew Boris, Memorial High School

 

LAKE DALLAS ISD

Grace Gosselin, Lake Dallas High School
Higher education: Texas A&M University

Kaye Mabbun, Lake Dallas High School
Higher education: University of Texas

 

LEWISVILLE ISD

Alexis Love, Hebron High School

Alexander Harden, Flower Mound High School

Ethan Brown, Marcus High School

Joshua Felix, Lewisville High School

Serena Shah, The Colony High School

 

MCKINNEY ISD

Yuvali Leibovich, Boyd High School 

Lucas Zimmer, McKinney High School 

Marissa Peace, McKinney North High School 

 

NORTHWEST ISD

Bowen Devlin, Northwest High School

Grace Howat, Byron Nelson High School

Cloey Seltzer, Eaton High School

Zoe Owens, Steele Accelerated High School

 

PILOT POINT ISD

Evan Price, Pilot Point High School
Higher education: Oklahoma State University 

 

PONDER ISD

Julia Pagel, Ponder High School
Higher education: Texas A&M University
*Also received a $5,000 CoServ Scholarship

 

SANGER ISD

Kielee Whitewood, Sanger High School
Higher education: Texas Tech University

 

LOVEJOY ISD

Halle Meyer, Lovejoy High School

 

WYLIE ISD

Jordan Moore, Wylie East High School

Taylor Teamann, Wylie High School

Alexandria Pennington, Achieve Academy

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