Stockton Scholars is a Place-Based scholarship for all Stockton Unified School District Graduates
That is right, all you have to do to qualify is graduate from one of Stockton Unified high school programs with a 2.0 (C average) grade point average and you can receive up to $1000 per school year to help with school. This scholarship was announced by Mayor Tubbs on January 16, 2018, and begins with the class of 2019!
Go to www.stocktonscholars.org to learn more.
I believe that I can go to college.
I will try hard and attend school every day, take challenging courses, and graduate with a plan.
Like the rose from concrete, I will keep my dreams.
I pledge to make our children our highest priority and to support the Stockton Scholars as they pursue their College & Career Dreams.
I will expect excellence, remove barriers, hold our community accountable, and ensure that every child in Stockton is given the opportunity to realize their potential.
Dr. Susana Ramirez
Interim Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
James M. Paguyo, Jr.
Executive Assistant III
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2740
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2749
Dr. Israel Gonzalez
Director, LDO & LCAP
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2729
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2738
Director, Educational Programs
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2720
Interim Director of Educational Services
Executive Assistant II
(209) 933-7040 Ext. 2745