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2019 Texas FFA Scholarship Finalists
These students will be recognized on stage at the Area I Convention in Amarillo in May.

2018 Texas FFA Scholarship Finalists

These students will be recognized on stage at the Area I Convention in Amarillo

Abernathy Ashtyn Kincaid
Abernathy Addison Royal
Canyon Grason Bush
Canyon Amedeo Loya
Canyon Morgan  Niemiec
Claude Lindsey Monroe
Dumas Ashli Sauer
Farwell Mari Ferrel
Farwell Kylie Haseloff
Farwell Kinley  Kalbas
Floydada Allison Orr
Frenship Kameryn Slayton
Idalou Kelsey Collins
Idalou Everett Herrington
Lubbock Cooper Matthew Barnhill
Motley County Sierra Jameson
Nazareth Bryson High
Nazareth Kristi  McAlister
Nazareth Brady Robb
Nazareth Chandler Schulte
Perryton Tommy Butler
Slaton Wyatt Harlan
Slaton Grace  Parker
Sudan Aubrey  Fields
Valley Kara Luckett


Matthew

Adams

Lubbock Cooper

Camille

Bell

Monterey

Sadie

Bow

Happy

Kylie

Brown

Valley

Kennedy

Caldwell

Idalou

Jake

Davis

Frenship

Kaegan

Edwards

Sudan

Noah

Ford

Panhandle

Shelby

Ford

Frenship

Garrison

Kleman

Nazareth

Breckyn

LeCompte

Perryton

Matthew

Lopez

Whitharral

Madison

Matlock

Canyon

Bailee

McKay

Dumas

Haydon

Miller

Dimmitt

Payton

Miller

Dimmitt

Abbey

Nesmith

Lubbock Cooper

Erin

Nutter

Dalhart

Lauren

Smithwick

Idalou

Kullen

Sorrels

Dalhart

Kaitlyn

Stedje

Gruver

Ellen

Stuart

Frenship

Shae Lynn

Suttle

Idalou

Jayli

Teeters

Spearman

Macey

Thurman

Canyon

2018 Scholarship Information
Click this link to submit names for Area Scholarship interviews:  https://goo.gl/forms/EI5PchMW8j6dUJnV2


Click here to submit a name for consideration for the area sift for scholarship interviews. This link is closed.
Or copy and paste this link into your browser:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScoBTOQcraQLHhyyjn1RbDM9g3TsFk_hLUK_oWmc6aqBIAXDA/viewform?c=0&w=1

While it is still a few months away from the deadline to submit Texas FFA Scholarship Applications, it is time to start to work on them.  Should you have a senior applicant this year, there are a few things that they could start getting together in order to submit the app on time.

·          Update recordbooks… if you need last years app to start collecting information, I can get it to you…   This year’s app is supposed to go online today but it was not up awhile ago.

·         FAFSA – they do not have to wait on this years taxes to get a score…. They can use last year’s tax returns

·         Updated transcript with act /sat stickers and class rank  through fall semester

·         Award application folder – here is the link to order it.  https://shopffa.org/item/00381-0000/AWARD-APP-FOLDER/

Based on the scholarship Score Sheet and the maximum points, here are the averages statewide

 Texas FFA Scholarship Numbers

Average Class Rank 12%
 Average ACT Score 24.85     SAT Score 1638.24
 Average GPA 94.93
 Judges Averages
 FAFSA 9.5      (10)
 ACT/SAT 7.16 (10)
 GPA 13.61  (15)
 AFNR 9.82 (10)
 LDE 5.35   (8) 

CDE 5.45   (8) 

 Leadership 2.52   (4),

FFA Activities 3.46  (5)
 SAE 3.41  (5)  ,

Need Narrative 6.25  (10)




2016 Area I Scholarship  (advancing to the Austin Sift May 23  Students invited to interview will be notified.)

These students will be recognized on stage at the Area I Convention in Amarillo on May 13.










Until a form design is available for this website, complete the form at www.springlake-earthffa.org 

 

 

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 Scholarship Interview Questions

Texas FFA

2014 Scholarship Interview Questions

 

1. Describe one lesson you have learned from your SAE. Explain how this will help you in

your career.

 

2. Describe one concept of leadership you have learned from your FFA experiences.

Explain how you will continue to use this in your life.

 

3. How do you see yourself making a positive, meaningful contribution to society after

completing college?

 

4. What have you done to prepare yourself for college?

 

5. What do you consider to be your most memorable, significant, or rewarding FFA

moment?

 

6. What is your major and why did you choose it?

 

7. What advice would you give a freshman who just enrolled in agricultural education?

 

8. Outside of the agriculture program/FFA, what factors have contributed to the

development of who you are?

 

9. How would you describe FFA to someone that has never heard of it?

 

10. If given the opportunity, what would you say to the sponsor(s) of this scholarship?

 

11. How can we work to improve the image of agricultural education and make FFA a

positive experience in our schools?

 

12. What does it mean to you to wear the FFA jacket and serve as a representative of the

Texas FFA Association?

 

 

 


Abernathy Ashtyn Kincaid
Abernathy Addison Royal
Canyon Grason Bush
Canyon Amedeo Loya
Canyon Morgan  Niemiec
Claude Lindsey Monroe
Dumas Ashli Sauer
Farwell Mari Ferrel
Farwell Kylie Haseloff
Farwell Kinley  Kalbas
Floydada Allison Orr
Frenship Kameryn Slayton
Idalou Kelsey Collins
Idalou Everett Herrington
Lubbock Cooper Matthew Barnhill
Motley County Sierra Jameson
Nazareth Bryson High
Nazareth Kristi  McAlister
Nazareth Brady Robb
Nazareth Chandler Schulte
Perryton Tommy Butler
Slaton Wyatt Harlan
Slaton Grace  Parker
Sudan Aubrey  Fields
Valley Kara Luckett
Abernathy Ashtyn Kincaid
Abernathy Addison Royal
Canyon Grason Bush
Canyon Amedeo Loya
Canyon Morgan  Niemiec
Claude Lindsey Monroe
Dumas Ashli Sauer
Farwell Mari Ferrel
Farwell Kylie Haseloff
Farwell Kinley  Kalbas
Floydada Allison Orr
Frenship Kameryn Slayton
Idalou Kelsey Collins
Idalou Everett Herrington
Lubbock Cooper Matthew Barnhill
Motley County Sierra Jameson
Nazareth Bryson High
Nazareth Kristi  McAlister
Nazareth Brady Robb
Nazareth Chandler Schulte
Perryton Tommy Butler
Slaton Wyatt Harlan
Slaton Grace  Parker
Sudan Aubrey  Fields
Valley Kara Luckett



Documents

 
NameOwnerDateAddedSize
2016 Scholarship Questions Chandra Corse 3/30/2017 60 KB


 
 

 

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