JEFCOED graduating seniors were offered over 101.8 million dollars in scholarship money this year. That’s a huge increase from last year’s total of 72.4 million.
District-wide 2,810 scholarships were offered to 913 students in the class of 2021. The exact total of scholarship money earned was $101,873,983.75.
“This is such as a tremendous accomplishment. I am so thrilled and so proud of this senior class. They, like all our students, faced tremendous challenges during this unprecedented school year. I commend them for their commitment to excellence. I can’t wait to see what they accomplish in the future,” said Dr. Walter Gonsoulin, Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools.