The Lynwood Partners Educational Foundation (LPEF) believes that every student deserves the opportunity to reach their greatest potential in life. LPEF launched our College Promise Program to remove barriers to student success and ensure that all our students transition into a two-year or four-year college or university. LPEF encourages businesses and community members to establish college scholarship awards through us.
LPEF has distributed over $92,000 in the past few years in scholarships to graduating seniors on behalf of those entities. Scholarships can be specific to a field of study such as STEM or art, community service, or for academic achievements.
You can create a scholarship fund at LPEF to help graduating Lynwood Unified seniors achieve their highest academic and personal aspirations.
You can determine just how much you want LPEF to be involved. We can simply write checks to the students you select for the awards, or we can help you develop the criteria for awarding the scholarships, contact high school teachers, counselors, and principals for nominations, and identify the students.
Interested in creating a scholarship fund or contributing to an existing one? Contact us at email@example.com or donate today to our Scholarship Fund.
Edison STEM Scholarship
Kaiser Permanente Scholarship
Lynwood High School ASB Senior Scholarship
Lynwood High School College Pathway Club Scholarship
Lynwood High School United Dreamers Scholarship
Lynwood Rotary Club Scholarship
2020 Kaiser Permanente Scholarship
Six LUSD students received the Kaiser Permanente Scholarship in 2020. Thank you to Kaiser Permanente Downey Medical Center for providing $26,000 in scholarships through the Lynwood Partners Educational Foundation to six LUSD graduating seniors from Lynwood High School and Firebaugh High School. Students were selected by the LPEF scholarship committee based on the scholarship program’s application. All six student completed their high school’s rigorous coursework, were active in their school and community, and will continue on to a two- or four-year college or university to pursue a medical, allied health or public health degree with the assistance of this award.