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                                      APRIL              2006 NEWSLETTER
                              James Madison High School Class of 2006
                   GREETINGS FROM THE GE COLLEGE BOUND OFFICE.

The following seniors have been accepted to college for the Fall 2006
Congratulations to:

Alisha C. L. Jones – University of Texas Austin & Longhorn Opportunity Scholars award, R.L. Heinrichs
Trust Challenge Grant Scholarship, Texas Exes Award of Recognition, Mary Gibbs Jones Scholarship,
Baylor University & scholarship, Burger King scholarship, Santana Dotson Foundation Scholarship, Phi
Beta Kappa Scholarship.
Alisha has also been selected as one of fifty Ebony Top Seniors for 2006. She will be featured in the
June issue of the magazine.
Sulita Thomas – Texas Southern University, Lamar University, Prairie View A&M University.
Robin Dike’ – Prairie View A&M University, Lamar University
Crystal Spears – Lamar University, University of Texas Austin & the President’s Achievement
Scholarship
Brandon Levo – Lamar University , University of North Texas & the Jesse H. Jones Scholarship
Loren Isles – University of Texas Austin & President’s Achievement Scholarship
Willie Wilmore, Jr.– Prairie View A&M University with a Full Scholarship from the Sports Medicine Dept.
Brian Denmon – Texas Southern University
Brandon Guidry – University of Texas Austin & the Jesse H. Jones Scholarship
Nelida Ramirez – University of Texas Austin & the President’s Achievement Scholarship
Jazzmin Smith – University of Texas Austin
Antowinette Robinson – Lamar University, Grambling State University
Yeni Gonzalez – University of Texas Austin & President’s Achievement Scholarship Tier II, University of
Houston
Karinishia Terrell – Lamar University, Texas Southern University
Courtney Martin – Lamar University
LaToya Wolfe – Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M University, University of Houston, Texas
Southern University
Jennifer Montgomery – Clark Atlanta University and the Provost Scholarship
Treniqua Burson – University of Texas Austin
Christopher Opopo – Lamar University, Clark Atlanta University, Xavier University
Eric Mosley – Lamar University & has received a scholarship from the Black Affairs Advisory Council
Justin Jermal Wright – University of Texas at Austin & the President’s Achievement Scholarship, Lamar
University, Mays Business School at Texas A&M & the Foundation Excellence Award, the Santana Dotson
Foundation Scholarship.
Franchessca Malveaux – Lamar University
Emani Wade – University of Texas Austin
Jonathan Juntila – University of Texas Austin
Ashlyn Outler – University of Texas Austin
Chadwick Durham – Dillard University & grant, Lamar University, Clark Atlanta, and Xavier University
Whitney Nicole Joseph – Stephen F. Austin University
Michole Morrow – University of Texas Austin
Shundra Rogers – Lamar University
TaTrisila Guidry- University of Texas Austin & President’s Achievement Scholarship, University of
Houston
Chas D. Moore – Florida Southern College, Lamar University, Stephen F. Austin
Terah D. Scott – Texas Woman’s University, Prairie View A&M University, Lamar University
Kevin Pugh – Lamar University, Sam Houston University, University of Houston, University of Texas at
Austin, Liberty University and the Alumni Scholarship
Chintan Patel – University of Texas Austin
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TEST DATE                     REGULAR REGISTRATION           LATE REGISTRATION
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MAY 6                         APR 3                          APR 12
JUNE 3                        APRIL 28                       MAY 10

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ACT TESTING
TEST DATE                     REGULAR REGISTRATION           LATE REGISTRATION
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JUNE 10                       MAY 5                          MAY 19


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IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW AND REMEMBER

Senior Prom                                                        May 5, 2006
Texas Scholar Awards                                               May 10, 2006
Senior Final Exams                                                 May 15 – 19, 2006
Senior Week Activities                                             May 22 – 25, 2006
Commencement Exercise                                              May 27, 2006

University of Houston Downtown - Scholar Academy Application
Promoting success for students majoring in Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, or
Mathematics                     Pick up in the CB office

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is looking for a few “Everyday Heroes” to volunteer at the
annual summer camp. Interested persons should contact 713-522-3941

Brazos Higher Education, EFSI and AFC have just launched the $50K Giveaway Scholarship
Sweepstakes. Ten $5,000 scholarships to first year college students to help pay for fall 2006
educational expenses. Go to website, www.efsi.net ; click on 50K Giveaway and register.



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Scholarship             $1000                    Deadline: April 24, 2006

Evan E. Worthing Scholarship                                                 Deadline: April 25, 2006

Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Scholarship                $5,000                    Deadline: April 30, 2006

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity                        $1,000                     Deadline: May 1, 2006

The Black Law Students Association announces the Charles Ogletree scholarship essay competition.
Information in the CB office

Are you interested in a career within a Worldwide Industry? Gulf Coast Section of the Society of
Petroleum Engineers and the Houston SPE Auxiliary offers scholarships to students planning a
career in the Petroleum Industry. Get applications in the CB office or log on to www.spegcs.org

This year, Texas A&M is happy to provide ONE application for scholarships for incoming freshmen.
This application can be found at http://scholarships.tamu.edu . With this one application eligible
students will be considered for all incoming freshmen scholarships at Texas A&M University, including
those administered by the Honors Programs & Academic Scholarship Colleges.

College Center - A student gateway to college access, opportunity and success
www.CSOcollegecenter.org This is a free online tool exposing first-generation and other historically
underserved college bound students to colleges and universities that seek to serve support them.

University of the Incarnate Word. Applications for admission and Merit Based Scholarship awards are
located in the College Bound Office.

Eugene McDermott Scholars Program at T he University of Texas Dallas is more than a scholarship. It
is a year round, four-year program of educational and enrichment that covers virtually all cost associated
with an outstanding university education. Visit the website at http://www.utdallas.edu/mcdermott .
University of Connecticut offers a series of renewable scholarships for high school seniors with high
academic achievements and leadership, ranging from $3,200 per year to $16,600 per year. Apply online
at www.admissions.Uconn.edu


Seniors, you can apply to the following schools without paying an application fee:
Lamar University-Beaumont             www.lamar.edu
Blinn College                         www.blinn.edu
Texas A&M International University www.tamiu.edu
University of Texas at Brownsville    www.utb.edu
University of Texas at El Paso        www.utep.edu
University of Texas/Pan American      www.panam.edu
University of Texas/Permian Basin     www.utpb.edu
University of Texas at Tyler          www.go2uttyler.edu            or go online to the

Texas Common Application       WWW.APPLYTEXAS.ORG           There you can apply to all state
supported Colleges and Universities in Texas. You can submit either a paper or electronic
application but NOT BOTH.

Harvard Full–Paid Tuition Announcement
 Harvard is offering free tuition for students that have a family income below $40,000. You may qualify
to go to Harvard free…..no tuition and no student loan! To find out more call the school’s financial aid
office at 617 384-8213 or visit Harvard’s financial aid website at:
http://www.admissions.college.harvard.edu/hfa

Johnson & Wales University - for students interested in business, culinary arts, hospitality, technology
or teacher education. With campuses in Providence, RI North Miami, FL Denver, CO and Charlotte, NC
The University allows students to apply at no cost.

Tuition Funding Sources.com
Madison students can go to www.TuitionFundingSources.com and click on Login

Got scholarships? Want scholarships?            Lunch-Money.com and Scholarships.com can help you for free!
Online applications, not only can you find scholarships that you qualify for, but you can apply for them, too!

Don't forget to visit www.scholarships.com and Fastweb.com
www.Number2.com will help with ACT and SAT prep.

Try Imagine America’s new website www.imagine-america.org for scholarship information.

www.blackstudents.com - Scholarships, Internships and more


For an update of this and other Newsletters go to the Madison website at

http://hs.houstonisd.org/MadisonHS/ Go to Senior Corner and click on Senior Newsletter

								
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