The foundation is formed to operate a charitable organization that will raise funds through donations and charitable events for the purpose of funding the growth, development, and support of all Prosper ISD students, faculty, and programs. This funding and support may include but is not limited to, scholarships, grants, and facilities.
The Prosper Education Foundation, established in 1996, was created for the sole purpose of supporting the Prosper Independent School District. Our goal, together with the Prosper community, is to provide college scholarship opportunities to PISD seniors and to provide educational resources that enhance the quality of education for our students and our teachers.
Next Step Scholarship
The Next Step Scholarship is awarded to students based upon their academic, scholastic, and extra-curricular activities and achievements.
The Legacy Scholarship is available for PHS seniors whose parent or parents are employees of PISD and are active contributors to PEF through the payroll deduction plan.
A scholarship application must be submitted by the due date in order to be eligible for this scholarship.
The Bridge Scholarship is designed for PISD students who will be attending a college, trade school or university after graduation. Specific requirements must be met in order to qualify for this scholarship.
Top 10 Scholarship
The Prosper Education Foundation presents this scholarship to the Top 10 graduating seniors in recognition for their outstanding academic achievement.
PEF BOARD MEMBER
Marcellus Rainey, President
Tasha Bradley, Vice-President
Stacy Cate, Secretary
Matt Cox, Treasurer
PISD Committee Representatives
Bernadette Gerace, District Liaison
PHS CLASS OF 2019
One of our main goals to is make the application process efficient and straightforward. We want you to concentrate on your studies, not the application process!
*Applications are due every year by March 2
Applicant Submission Checklist:
- Please be sure all questions have been answered
- Online Application. requires two letters of recommendation, one from a teacher & one from a community member (not a relative). High School Counselor verification.