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The Palacios Area Fund has been awarding scholarships to deserving Palacios High School seniors since 1993. The scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors of Palacios High School. Up to five scholarships will be awarded annually in the amount of $500 - $1,000 each. These scholarships may be used at any accredited college, university, junior college, vocational institute, or trade school in the United States. Selection criteria includes school and community participation, demonstrated leadership potential and financial need as determined by the scholarship committee. A scholarship committee made up of benefactors and local citizens review the submitted applications each year. 

Applications for scholarships awarded through the Palacios Area Fund will open on January 15 and will close on April 23, 2021. For more information and to apply for any of the scholarships offered through the Palacios Area Fund, visit the website below.

Palacios Area Fund Scholarships
 

Scholarships Awarded

The Palacios Area Fund is proud to manage and award the following scholarships:

  • Clarence G. Ripke, Jr. Scholarship
  • Edward O. Morris Scholarship
  • Bill and Carolyn Bradshaw Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
  • Smith/Holst Endowment Scholarship
  • Warren M. Morris III Scholarship
RESOURCES

Funding Educational Scholarships

It is an important time for those post-high school students to know that he/she has the support of loved ones, as well as those who have chosen to endow him/her with a scholarship.

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Edward O. Morris Endowment Scholarship

Allen Morris, the son of Edward Morris, participates on the Palacios Area Fund Scholarship Review Committee each year to help award deserving Palacios High School seniors with a scholarship in his father’s memory.

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Let us help you invest your money wisely and put it to work in the Palacios Area. We can help you identify a gift to fit your goals. Together we can make a significant impact on our community. There is power in planning!

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