Tyler ISD Seniors Will Attend TJC for Free Through TJC Promise Scholarship Program

One hundred twenty-one Tyler Legacy High School and Tyler High School seniors have qualified to be TJC Promise Scholars. These students have achieved the Promise standards based on academic performance, persistence, and community service all four years of high school.  As a result, they will receive up to two years of tuition and books at TJC for free.

TJC recognized 44 seniors from Tyler High and 77 from Tyler Legacy during campus assemblies and presented each student with a certificate, TJC backpack, and admission information.

“There are a lot of promise programs, but TJC really has been one of the vanguards in making sure that the students of their city and community are successful and that the cost of college is not a barrier in acquiring a post-secondary credential or degree,” Tyler ISD Superintendent Dr. Marty Crawford said.

The TJC Promise is a six-year, comprehensive program that spans from ninth grade through the first two years of college. Participants sign up during the first semester of their freshman year of high school and commit to fulfilling four years of academic, persistence, and community service requirements.

Students who fulfill the Promise requirements receive support and encouragement to obtain a college degree or certificate from TJC. The TJC Promise Program covers tuition and fees for up to two years through a combination of federal grants, TJC scholarships, and the TJC Promise.

Tyler High students include: Nury Alvarado, Tyreke Andrews, Elizabeth Araujo-Ramirez, Julia Argote, Kelcey Bell, Christopher Clark, Treasure Coleman, Tanara Cooks, Briannia Crowe, Sarahi Cruz Renteria, Alyssa Davis, Keithlin Dixon, Kataya Elmore, Alex Flores Banda, Eryn Flowers, Raquel Gaona, Kimberly Garcia, Jakobe Garner, Sarai Gonzalez, Maria Hernandez, Ha’Lainyee Johnson, Michelle Leal, Jose Lopez, Emily Maldonado, Jaydyn Martin, Melissa Martinez Ramirez, Samantha Mendez, Symone Morris, Leslye Pinal, Francisco Pineda, Zayda Renteria Lopez, Daisy Romero, Evelyn Rosales, Adrian Ruiz, Lizette Sevilla, Asia Smith, Alexy Valle, Eriana Valle, John Vega, Roxana Velasco, Janessa Ward, Eniyah Watson, Tatyana Webb, Ashton Williams, Diana Zavala and Mayra Zepeda.

Tyler Legacy students include: Ralph Bautista, Nicolas Bennett, Kinsleigh Berry, Lupita Betancourt, Kaylee Bond-May, Brooke Branahm, Jakayla Brooks, Olivia Burns, Ethan Byers, Emily Cameron, Michael Carraway, Hunter Clemmons, Christopher Clift, Walker Coe, Ethan Cunningham, Taylor Decker, Jazmin Dominguez, Aisha Duran, Aaron Espinoza, La’Darius Gallon, Kaitlyn Garcia, Zakkary Gaston, Dallas Glenn, Teona Grady, Precious Henry, Isaiah Hopson, Madison Hurley, Le’Vorndra Hutchinson, Jack Janis, Khaylee Johnigan, Rodney Johnson, Dallas Johnson, Henry Jones, Haylee Kennedy, Liam Kennedy, Kennedi King-Jones, Brianna Kirby, Tabitha Kozlowski, Robyn Liles, Cristopher Martinez, Emily Massey, Harrison May, Riley May, Austin McCoo, Abbi McCreary, Alli McCreary, William Mitchell, Janeth Mojarro, Nicholas Moncrief-Judd, Marleen Monsivais, Lucas Moreland, Ezra Morris, Reagan Morris, Mackenzie Murphree, Grant Noyes, Trent Paape, CaraNina Parker, Jacquelyn Piedra, Joseph Piper, Jacob Quezada, Omar Rangel, Chloe Rivera, Emilio Saucedo, Isacc Saucedo, Kendal Saxon, Jared Scott, Justin Shelton, Saquib Siddique, Sarae Sinville, Aron Tapia, Mikayla Taylor, Destiny Terrell, Lexie Thedford, Leonardo Viramontes, Tristan Whelchel, Justice White and Anna Wyatt.