James Earle Johnson Scholarship
The James Earle Johnson scholarship was established by Robert M. Johnson to pay a lasting tribute to his father, James Earle, a long-time member of the Trimble Technical High School faculty, to provide assistance to students pursuing an education in architecture. The Johnson scholarship is an award for seniors graduating from Trimble Tech High School and is renewable for up to four years at the discretion of the scholarship committee. Scholarship recipients are notified by committee on Senior Day.
The number and amount of scholarships are determined annually by the organization.
Funds may be used for:
Tuition, fees and books.
Trimble Tech High School – Fort Worth, TX
- Have an 80% average grade in the Trimble Tech Architectural Drafting Program
- Have passing grades in all other courses
- Be in good standing and active within the school and the community
- Have been accepted to an accredited college or university
The deadline is determined by the Trimble Tech High School scholarship committee. Please contact your counselor’s office for details.
- Minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA
- Maintaining appropriate conduct
Students wishing to renew must send The Community Foundation a letter of request, along with a current certified transcript, for committee review within two weeks of the close of the spring semester. Once the scholarship has been renewed, the student must send The Community Foundation an updated award acceptance form.
How to apply:
The application is available in the Trimble Tech High School Guidance Counselor’s Office. After completing the application, turn it in to the Trimble Tech High School Guidance Counselor’s Office.