Saginaw High School Class of 2001 - Four-Year College Scholarship

The Saginaw High School Class of 2001 had a desire to give back to the community. Through the creation of this scholarship, that dream has been fulfilled. During the time of our secondary education, we lost four fellow Trojan classmates who had their dreams cut short: Dontay Boyd (1998), Steve Johnson (1999), Erica Davis (2001) and Benjamin Henderson (2001). The Saginaw High School Class of 2001 Scholarships will help fund the dreams of students who have the desire to pursue higher education. We understand that although a high school diploma is a good start, it may not be the only requirement for an individual to excel in their field. Eligibility:-Graduating high school senior from Saginaw High School-Pursuing a four-year college degree-Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA -Part or full-time enrollmentFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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