2024 Scholarship Application No Longer Accepting Submissions

The Mexican American School Boards Association (MASBA) is dedicated to promoting educational opportunities for Mexican American and Latinx students. In line with our commitment to this mission, we proudly present the annual MASBA scholarship program.

We are delighted to share that MASBA will be awarding five scholarships, each valued at $5,000, to assist students in pursuing their post-high school academic and career aspirations.

For eligibility purposes, students must:

  1. Be a graduating high school senior.
  2. Be enrolled in a high school that is in a participating MASBA member district. For a list of eligible school districts, please visit: MASBA Member School Districts.
  3. Have plans to continue with their educational/career goals (trade school, community college and/or university).


View the application here. Applications close February 29th, 2024 at 5PM.

2023 Scholarship Winners

MASBA is proud to award five $5000 scholarships to high school graduates from our member districts! We graciously thank TASB for their support of our #MASBAScholars Program, as well as our Scholarship Committee members for reviewing hundreds of student applications.

Our sincerest congratulations to these scholars!

Emily Araujo, Del Valle High School, Del Valle ISD

Alexandra Trejo, Arlington Collegiate High School, Arlington ISD

Alyssa Aguirre, Del Rio Early College High School, San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated ISD

Nathan Kenmognie, Victory Early College High School, Aldine ISD

Yadira Mandujano-Mandujano, Liberal Arts & Science Academy, Austin ISD

2022 Scholarship Winners

2022 MASBA Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to our 2022 scholarship recipients!  Each of them received $5,000 for their first year in college!

Joshua A Contreras, Weslaco East High School, Weslaco ISD

Alfredo Castro-Rosas, San Marcos High School, San Marcos ISD

Alexandra Alvarado, Manor Early College High School, Manor ISD

Alexsandra Cano, Everman High School, Everman ISD

Lily Anna Nichols, Jack C Hays High School, Hays CISD