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Scholarships

Graduating Seniors can apply for scholarships that will be funded through the foundation. Students enrolled in dual credit classes at Hamilton High School will be eligible for financial assistance from the foundation.

Scholarship Winners:

2012: FoHISD Scholarship - $1000 - Rubisel Ramirez

2013: FoHISD Scholarship - $1000 - James Faust

2013: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Kirby Massingill

2014: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Devyn Gilmore

2014: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Emily Cowart

2014: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Alex Herrin

2015: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Julia Schrank

2015: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Jeremiah Wenzel

2015: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Richard Leach

2016: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Brooke Tomlinson

2016: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Preston DeJong

2016: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Adria Garcia

2017: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Kameron McKandless

2017: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Emma Polster

2017: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Brittany Lloyd

2018: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Branson Armstrong

2018: FoHISD Scholarship - $1500 - Kali Stroud

2018: FoHISD Professor Rodney Love Scholarship - $1000 - Nicole Mitchell

Dual Credit Tuition Assistance

Hamilton High School partners with Central Texas College to offer dual credit courses.  Students take these courses that count as high school credit, while also earning college course hours.  

The district commits to pay the dual credit class tuition for all students on free and reduced lunch.  Friends of Hamiton ISD contributes funds each semester to make the bottom-line cost to students less than $99 for a 3 hour course.

Friends of Hamilton ISD is making a direct impact on students being able to acquire college credit hours during High School.
  
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