TCTA kicked off the 2017-18 school year by awarding $146,500 in scholarships to 57 Texas students pursuing higher education or vocational training. The awards include 26 first-time recipients and 31 renewals. 

Help us spread the word by downloading and distributing this PDF flier to Texas high school teachers and counselors, who may nominate students for the TCTA Scholarship Program. Rather than focusing on academic records, TCTA will select award recipients based primarily on the qualities they have demonstrated and obstacles they have overcome that make them likely to succeed if given the chance.

TCTA kicked off 2016-17 by awarding $131,000 in scholarships to 54 Texas students pursuing higher education or vocational training. The awards include 23 first-time recipients and 31 renewals.

Help us spread the word by downloading and distributing this PDF flier to Texas high school teachers and counselors, who may nominate students for the TCTA Scholarship Program. Rather than focusing on academic records, TCTA will select award recipients based primarily on the qualities they have demonstrated and obstacles they have overcome that make them likely to succeed if given the chance.

Help us spread the word by downloading and distributing this PDF flier to Texas high school teachers and counselors, who may nominate students for the TCTA Scholarship Program. Rather than focusing on academic records, TCTA will select award recipients based primarily on the qualities they have demonstrated and obstacles they have overcome that make them likely to succeed if given the chance.

The Texas Classroom Teachers Association kicked off the 2014-15 school year by awarding $129,500 in scholarships to more than 60 Texas students pursuing higher education or vocational training. Founded in 2010, the TCTA Scholarship Program, funded by the estate of the late philanthropists Charles and Phyllis Gottlieb, has awarded a total of $464,500 in its first five years.

Are you a high school teacher or counselor with students who have great potential but who aren’t at the top of their class, don’t have other scholarship opportunities, and who face hardships or challenges that may make higher education or career/vocational training difficult or even impossible without financial assistance?

AUSTIN—The Texas Classroom Teachers Association kicked off the 2013-14 school year by awarding $128,500 in scholarships to 82 Texas students pursuing higher education or vocational training. Now in its fourth year, the TCTA Scholarship Program is funded by the estate of the late philanthropists Charles and Phyllis Gottlieb, and it is unlike most other scholarship programs.

Please download this flier and email it or print it to share with Texas teachers and counselors, who may nominate students for the TCTA Scholarship Program. Please help spread the word about this opportunity for deserving 2012-13 graduating seniors. Nominations/applications are due May 1, 2013!

Do you teach students who have great potential but won't be able to begin their post-secondary education next fall without financial assistance? The TCTA Scholarship Program is accepting applications through May 1, 2013. Thanks to the generosity of the late Charles and Phyllis Gottlieb, the TCTA Scholarship Program has awarded more than $200,000 since 2010, and more than $128,000 is expected to be awarded in fall 2013.