At Dallas Capital Bank, we are committed to the continued growth and success of our community and its future leaders. In an effort to foster this growth and success, we established a scholarship program for local students nearly 30 years ago. This program supports high school graduates in achieving their career and education goals. Since 1991, we have awarded over 150 scholarships totaling more than half a million dollars.
When this school year drew to a close, we proudly honored graduating seniors from each of the four high schools in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, awarding each senior $2,500 to pursue higher education at an accredited university. The students highlighted below were selected for their outstanding scholastic achievement, potential for success and participation in community service.
Congratulations to this year’s scholarship recipients! We wish them continued academic success and the best of luck in all their future endeavors.
Brian Rodriguez from RL Turner High School plans to pursue a career as a Civil Engineer.
Kelley Bronder from Newman Smith High School will pursue his bachelor’s degree in aviation and/or business.
Praise Agbe from Creekview High School intends to pursue a nursing certification, with aspirations to earn her Ph.D. and become a trauma surgeon.
Brittany Given from Ranchview High School plans to pursue a major in business, with a possible minor in mathematics or communications, to explore her diverse range of interests.