Howard Hughes Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients

THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) has recently awarded 21 college scholarships to local high school graduates from Bridgeland High School, Conroe High School, Magnolia High School, Oak Ridge High School, Tomball High School, Waller High School, Willis High School, The Woodlands College Park High School, and The Woodlands High School. Howard Hughes is also funding six additional college scholarships through an endowment at the Lone Star College System, continuing a decades-long tradition of educational sponsorship and furthering its commitment to helping community students pursue a college education.

Approximately 380 scholarships have been awarded to graduates through an educational funding initiative launched in the 1980s in which The Howard Hughes Corporation continues today. The endowment at the Lone Star College System began in 1998.

The 21 scholarships awarded to recent high school graduates include scholarships that were created in the memories of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the late Gerald D. Irons, Sr., a Hometown Hero in The Woodlands, as well as scholarships in partnership with Howard Hughes and premier tenants to help support tomorrow’s leaders from our community.

“The Howard Hughes Corporation remains committed to investing in the future of local graduating high school seniors and continuing an over 35-year tradition of educational support and scholarships,” said Jim Carman, President – Houston Region for Howard Hughes. “We congratulate this year’s recipients on their accomplishments and are proud to support the bright young minds of tomorrow as they embark on goals to further their education and find career success.”

The local scholarship winners from the recent high school graduates include:

2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. scholarships:

• Rossi Paola Mo Tile Azuaje, Conroe High School, attending Sam Houston State University

• Isabella Carlin, The Woodlands College Park High School – attending Villanova University

• Bailey Evertson, Magnolia High School, attending University of Texas Austin

• Edwin Ntasin, Conroe High School, attending Texas Tech University

• Katelyn Trinh, The Woodlands College Park High School, attending the University of Houston

2022 Howard Hughes Executive Club scholarships:

• Ethan Brumberger, The Woodlands High School, attending Texas A&M University

• Isabella Carlin, The Woodlands College Park High School – attending Villanova University

2022 Gerald D. Irons, Sr. scholarship:

• Summer Mearidy, Oak Ridge High School, attending Sam Houston State University

2022 General scholarships:

• Michael Burns, Bridgeland High School, attending Arizona State University

• Anaya Dozier, Bridgeland High School, attending Louisiana State University

• Andrew Edmonson, The Woodlands College Park High School, attending Sam Houston State University

• Mahek Dodani, The Woodlands High School, attending the University of Southern California

• Tanner Rivera, The Woodlands High School, attending University of Texas at Austin

• Kevin Contreras, Tomball High School, attending University of Texas at Austin

• Allison Dougherty, Tomball High School, attending Pennsylvania State University

• Daniel Marquez, Tomball High School, attending Georgia Institute of Technology

• Killian Tuck, Tomball High School, attending Florida International University

• Blake Green, Waller High School, attending Southern Methodist University

• Chloe Lewis, Waller High School, attending Southern Methodist University

• Maria Calderon, Willis High School, attending Sam Houston State University

• Piper Neumann, Willis High School, attending Dallas College – North Lake

Many of the students residing in The Woodlands® attend The Woodlands College Park High School and The Woodlands High School. Students living in The Woodlands’ Village of Creekside Park® attend Tomball High School. Willis High School is the academic institution for students living in The Woodlands Hills®. Students in Bridgeland attend Bridgeland High School, and many students in Prairieland Village will begin attending Waller High School.

Educational support is a key component of The Howard Hughes Corporation’s commitment to the social fabric of its communities. Complimenting The Woodlands ’long-standing scholarship program, in 2020, the company launched HHScholars — an initiative offering a series of scholarship and mentorship opportunities — part of HHCares, the community-focused philanthropic funding and volunteerism program through which Howard Hughes contributes to over 180 local causes of nonprofit organizations each year.

Photo: The Howard Hughes Corporation congratulates the recent high school graduates who received a college scholarship. From left to right (bottom row) Ethan Brumberger; Tanner Rivera; Mahek Dodani; Katelyn Trinh; Isabella Carlin; Summer Mearidy; Killian Tuck; Daniel Marquez; Kevin Contreras; and Allison Dougherty. Top Row from Left to Right: Jim Carman, President – Houston Region from Howard Hughes; Bailey Evertson; Rossi Paola Mo Tile Azuaje; Piper Neumann; Blake Green; Chloe Lewis; Michael Burns; and Lorrie Parise, Director of PR & Community Relations, Lona Shipp, Director of Marketing, Kim Phillips, Vice President of Marketing and Charlie McCabe, Marketing Coordinator – all with Howard Hughes. Not pictured are Anaya Dozier, Maria Calderon, Andrew Edmonson and Edwin Ntasin.

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