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NAME
COLLEGE/DEGREE
SCHOLARSHIPSTOTAL for 4 years
Layne AndersonUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to pursue a degree in coaching– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Nevada County Farm Bureau $5000
– Chancellors Scholarship $6,000
– Grant for $10,780
$35,780
Quincee ApplegateHeaded into the workforce  
Camaron BannoCollin College in Plano TX to obtain a Law Degree  
Kelsea BeasleyUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA transfer to University of Arkansas at Fayetteville agricultural education– Farm Bureau $500
– Junior Auxiliary $500
– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– UAHT Honors Scholarship $4000
– Hempstead County Cattleman’s Scholarship $500
– Farm Credit $1000
– WP Sturgis $1000
$21,500
Chaydon BreedingSOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY to major in Political science– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Brooke Howard Memorial $1000
– The Blue and Gold Scholarship $26,400
$41,400
Sierra BrittonUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to pursue a degree in computer science  
Kaylee BrooksCossatot to play basketball and pursue a degree in nursing– Debra McMaster and Greenlee Sheet Metal $500
– Basketball $2000
– Academic Challenge $14,000
– Grant for $25,380
$41,880
Dawson CalhounHeaded into the workforce  
Aldo CalzadaHeaded into the workforce  
Lexie ChamblessHarding University to pursue a career in elementary education– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Harding Academic Achievement Scholarship $28,000
$42,000
Marci CoxUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA then will transfer to SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITYto pursue a career in early childhood education– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Honors Scholarship $4000
– Delta Kappa Gamma $300
$18,300
Slade CoxSOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY Business law– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Blue and Gold $26,400
– AJOA Robert G Evans Memorial Scholarship $2,000
– Grant $22,400
$64,800
Wesley FeatherstonUniversity of Arkansas at Rich Mountain coaching– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Brooke Howard Memorial $1000
– Nachtrieb Tuition Endowment Scholarship $1000
$16,000
Hannah GilbertUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA and will then transfer to UAMS to major to major in medical laboratory science– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Honors scholarship $4,000
$18,000
Hannah HendersonUniversity of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana to pursue a degree in general education  
Braden HurtHeaded into the work force  
Levi KiddPlans to begin his career in crop consulting and further his education in agriculture and trades  
Garett KirkpatrickHeaded into the work force  
Hunter LeeUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to pursue a career in auto/diesel mechanics– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Grant for $25,380
$39,380
Colby LightSOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY to major in K-12 physical education– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Top 10% Scholarship $26,400
$40,400
Kayelen MarlarUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS, undecided area of study– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– UCA Freshman Excellence Scholarship $24,000
– UCA Excellence Housing Scholarship $4,000
– Grant $21,180
$63,180
Mitchell MassanelliUniversity of Arkansas at Fayetteville undecided field of study– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000 $14,000
Karissa McGuireUAM to pursue a degree in Animal Science– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Corbin Carpenter Memorial and National High School Rodeo Association $1000
– Arkansas High School Rodeo Association $300
– Appaloosa Youth Foundation Territory 5 $1000
– Delta Kappa Gamma $300
– Hope Noon Lions Club $1000
– UAM Leadership scholarship $12,000
– UAM Rodeo Team $8,000
$37,600
Haylee MinerPlans to pursue a career in cosmetology   
Raeleigh MoreheadTexarkana School of Dental Assisting to pursue a career as a dental assistant   
Jade NealUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSASPhysical Therapy– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– UCA Book Scholarship
– Cara Jones Memorial $1000
– Grant $25,380
– WP Sturgis Foundation Grant $4,000
$44,380
Rusty OrrHarding Business– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Harding Academic Achievement Scholarship $36,000
– Hendrix Family Scholarship $8,000
$58,000
Arlee PearceUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to pursue a career in early childhood education– Junior Auxiliary $500
– Delta Kappa Gamma $300
$800
Keely PlyerSOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY to pursue a degree  in agricultural business– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Farm Bureau $500
– The Blue and Gold $26,400
– Farm Credit $1000
– Oaklawn Jockey Club $750
– Arkansas Cattlemen’s Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers Scholarship $1,000
$43,650
Bradey PowellUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA CRNA specializing in anesthesiology– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– UAHT Bridge Scholarship $2,000
– Grant $22,580
$38,580
Jada QuillinUniversity of Hope- Texarkana and will transfer to UCA to pursue a career as a pharmacist   
Bailey RossUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to pursue a career in elementary education  
Tyler RothwellUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Farm Bureau $500
$14,500
Colt SmithSAU Tech Camden to pursue a degree in welding to begin work as a pipeliner  
Shariden StoutUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA to major in business and computer science– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Grant for $25,380
$39,380
Sarah TriplettUNIVERSITY OF HOPE-TEXARKANA Criminal Justice– Scholarship for $500
– Grant $25,380
$25,880
Brady WhatleyUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS to pursue a career in physical therapy– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000 $14,000
Michael WhipkeyHeaded into the workforce  
Andrew WithersSouthern Arkansas Tech to pursue a career in industrial science and nondestructive testing– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000 $14,000
Garren WoodellHeaded into the workforce and plans to become an electrician  
Nick YatesOuachita Baptist University to pursue a degree inChristian studies– Arkansas Academic Challenge $14,000
– Farm Bureau $500
– OBU Founders Scholarship $60,000
$74,500
Johnatan ZacariasUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS to pursue a career in business  
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