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Dean Scholarship - TCU Honors

Senior Accepted with $18K Dean Scholarship to TCU Honors!

Former Timarron student and Southlake Carroll Senior, Craig Miller, has earned the TCU Dean’s Scholarship of $18,000 annually and will be attending TCU as an honors student. Mom Cindy says that “it’s all thanks to his ACT score and GPA.” Craig recounts, “I improved my overall ACT composite score by five points on my second try with a 34 in Math and a 33 in Science. Thank you Bobbie and Timarron College Prep!”

By attending TCU, Craig continues a proud family tradition, following his father and uncle’s footsteps. Mom says “this school is the perfect fit for him both academically and in spirit . . . we’re all bleeding purple over here! Way to go Frogs!” Through the honors program, Craig will be paired up with his college professors to do research during his last years at TCU. His major of choice is Finance, possibly followed up by an MBA or a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program.

Craig is a Southlake resident and the son of Cindy and Blake Miller. His extra-curricular activities include Play it Forward, Scholars & Athletes Serving Others (SASO), Peer Assistance & Leadership (PALs), National Honors Society, and the National Society of High School Scholars. “We will miss him while he’s away, but we couldn’t be happier with Craig’s college choice!”

Sky Is The Limit For Marcus High Student

Sky Is The Limit For Marcus High Student

Hunter Essex has his eyes on the sky after learning he's received an academic scholarship from Baylor University as well as an Air Force ROTC scholarship.  These combined awards have paid for three of his four-year undergraduate degree. Hunter is a senior at Marcus High School in Flower Mound and intends to major in Mechanical Engineering at Baylor.  He is the son of Rick and Laura Essex of Highland Village.

"Timarron College Prep helped prepare Hunter for college, as well as achieving his goals," said Rick Essex.  "TCP helped Hunter raise his ACT score by five points in just five months to attain a 31; this, and his high school class ranking, led to Hunter receiving the scholarships."

Hunter is actively involved in his high school, serving as Commander for the Marcus Air Force ROTC, in addition to being a member of the National Honor Society and an Eagle Scout.

College Books - Scholarship Funds

Author James Patterson is giving away book gift certificates worth between $250 and $1000 to college-bound scholars. For details go to:
http://www.jamespatterson.com/college-bookbucks 

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Junior Earns Stand Out ACT Score

Junior Earns Stand Out ACT Score
After tutoring with Timarron College Prep for three months, Christina Gilchrest has scored an unbelievable 35 on the ACT (a perfect score is a 36).  This was her first time to take the test.  Christina ia a junior at Carroll Senior High School where she is a varsity golfer and serves as the team's co-captain.  At this point, she is undecided on her university but plans on majoring in Marketing and Finance.  

"TCP has delivered amazing results for both of our children," said Susan Gilchrest, Christina's mom.  "After spending time with Bobbie, Christina scored a 35 on the ACT the first time she took it. TCP gave her great confidence to head into the exam knowing exactly what to expect. We are thrilled with the results."

Christina is the daughter of Susan and Eric Gilchrest and is a resident of Southlake.

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