CTC Foundation awards full scholarships to five Shoemaker seniors

Five Shoemaker High School seniors recently signed awards receiving four-year, full-package scholarships from the Central Texas College Foundation.

The Wolf Warrior Endowed Scholarship signing event was May 7 in the Shoemaker High School Library.
Award packages for each senior include a two-year scholarship at Central Texas College leading to an associate’s degree, followed by two years at Texas A&M - Central Texas culminating in a bachelor’s degree. The combined value of the five recipients’ award packages is $125,000. 

Central Texas College Chancellor Dr. Michele J. Carter presented the scholarships to the recipients: Treazure Middlebrook, Abbiegayle Morales, Summer Sweeney, Myracle Thomas and Trystyn Neal. 
The event was attended by Central Texas College Foundation Board Chair Clarence Enochs, Killeen ISD Superintendent Dr. JoAnn Fey, Shoemaker Principal Latisha Williams, and Vicky Ferguson of Texas A&M University - Central Texas

Established in 1992, the Foundation has grown to nearly 226 endowed scholarships and a $13 million endowment. 
In the past 10 years, the CTC Foundation has awarded nearly $4 million in scholarships. The Foundation is led by Executive Director Valerie Payson.

Above: Shoemaker High senior Myracle Thomas signed her scholarship from the Central Texas College Foundation with Valerie Payson, executive director of College Development and Foundation. The award includes two years at CTC followed by two years at Texas A&M - Central Texas. Photo by Trisha Stutz/CTC