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Ryan-Haines-cropRyan is a 2010 graduate of Flower Mound HS where his favorite teacher was Mr. Dalak. He received $500 as the recipient of the Neal E. Wilson Memorial Scholarship.

Q&A with Ryan

LEF: How were you able to use the money received from your LEF scholarship?
Ryan: The scholarship helped with tuition.

LEF: What advice do you have for high school graduates regarding the scholarship process?
Ryan: Do not be discouraged if you do not get many of the scholarships you apply for.

LEF: Do you think the time it takes to apply for scholarships is worth the effort? Why or why not?
Ryan: Yes! If you do get a scholarship, the money earned per time spent is typically better than any high school job.

LEF: What’s the best advice you can give to incoming freshman?
Ryan: Believe it when people tell you that college academics will be MUCH harder than high school academics.