Applications for the 2021 Voice Scholarship are now available from the LISD Community Relations Department.

District seeks applicants for 'Voice' scholarship

Wed Jan 6, 2021

Applications for the 2021 Voice Scholarship are now available from the LISD Community Relations Department.

To download an application please click here

The Longview Voice is a district-wide newspaper that covers student, staff, and local community news. The paper is produced by the LISD Community Relations department in partnership with the Thrifty Nickel, as well as campus staff and volunteers.

Each year the Community Relations department selects a Longview High School senior student who contributes work to The Longview Voice for a scholarship to the school of their choice.

To qualify a student must submit a news article, op-ed column, or photo to be published in any edition of The Longview Voice newspaper, and fill out an application to be considered.
 

Past Winners

2016 — Estrella Gonzales, Keyarro Hollins, Uwa Ihionkhan
2017 — Yosef Ibitayo, Gaylon Wiley
2018 — German Zelaya, Jose Velazquez, Michael Vera
2019 — Alyssa Shobert, Brady Miller, Payton Schaap
2020 — Jesse Gonzalez, Emily Mendenhall 
2021  It could be YOU!


For more information please contact the Community Relations department via email at ask@lisd.org or call (903) 381-2200