Class of 2021 Dealt with Harvey, COVID
Spring Branch ISD’s 2021 graduates earned nearly $25.6 million in college scholarships, Superintendent Jennifer Blaine announced Wednesday.
That averages out to more than $10,600 in scholarships per graduate for the 2,400-student graduating class of 2021.
“We are incredibly proud of our graduates who worked so hard and successfully, especially as they faced the challenge of completing their secondary education during a global pandemic,” Dr. Blaine said. “This group of students started their high school careers in the midst of Hurricane Harvey and finished during the threat of COVID-19, yet they stayed the course, remained dedicated and focused, and they got the job done.”
The total value of the scholarships offered to the Spring Branch ISD graduating class of 2021 was $25,441,421. That’s an increase of $92,499 from the total for 2020’s graduating class.
Memorial High School graduates led the way with $9.7 million in scholarships.
Scholarships Earned by Spring Branch ISD Schools
(amounts are rounded)
Northbrook High/YES Prep
Spring Woods High
Academy of Choice