Scholarship Bulletin & Tips


Students may begin applying for scholarships at any point in their high school career.  However, the majority of scholarships available are for graduating seniors.  Follow the tips below to help you get started on your scholarship search.

The scholarship bulletin below will be updated periodically throughout the year.

Scholarship Tips
  • Popular Scholarship Myths
  • Set up a separate email address specifically for scholarship searches. 
  • Create a profile with scholarship search websites like the ones listed below.
  • Apply for all scholarships for which you are eligible!
  • Be proactive and stick to deadlines - plan to submit scholarship applications early!
  • Follow directions closely!
  • Keep a list of scholarships you apply for and any offers you receive.  
  • Students who receive scholarship offers will be invited to attend our Senior Awards Ceremony in May.
  • Check with each of your intended colleges for their scholarships process and deadlines.  For example, some colleges consider students for scholarships through their admissions application.  Others may have a separate application.
  • Seniors, be sure to look at the Local Scholarships page for scholarships specifically for TMHS seniors! 
  • Once you win a scholarship, be sure to write the scholarship organization a thank you letter!  See some examples HERE.
Featured Scholarships for TMHS Students
  • Preference is given to applicants majoring in a field directly related to school maintenance and operations including engineering, architecture, business, education or other closely related field.
  • Applicants must be accepted to a 2 year/4 year college/university or a recognized trade school.
  • Deadline to apply is March 19th.


  • African American student – Senior graduating in the Spring of 2021
  • Applicant is enrolled in a high school within the Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – The Woodlands Chapter boundaries
  • 3.0 GPA and higher
  • Per the NCAA, students with athletic scholarships are ineligible
  • Financial need as determined by FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR)

§  Deadline for submissions: Must be RECEIVED by March 22, 2021

Your Civic Association is pleased to announce the continuation of its Scholarship Award program for the Class of 2021 high school seniors who reside in Lakewood Forest.

The Scholarship Award program originated as a tribute to our area students who were injured or who died in a tragic nighttime bus crash on December 21, 1999. 

The Civic Association’s Scholarship Award program is primarily essay based, rather than GPA/class rank/academic merit based, or needs based. This is so every Lakewood Forest graduating senior can qualify and have an equitable shot at competing for a scholarship award. As the saying goes however, “you’ve got to be in it to win it.” We encourage all Class of 2021 students who live in Lakewood Forest to submit an entry.

Click HERE for more information.
We are pleased to announce that the application for the 2020-2021 TMABC Scholarship has been posted on the TMABC website!  We have $22,000 in scholarship money to award to our deserving seniors who have participated in the TMHS athletic program (athletes/trainers/team managers) and whose families have been actively involved in the TMABC.
One important note, for those interested, please be sure that you read through the TMABC Scholarship Information document posted on the website thoroughly to review the student and parent criteria that MUST be met in order to qualify for the scholarship.
The deadline for submitting the scholarship application is end of day Friday, March 26th. 
If you have any questions regarding the scholarship application, please email me at
Kelly Jackson – TMABC Scholarship Committee Chair