PGCD Scholarship

The Selection Process to pick our Winners has begun. Thank you to all students who submitted an application this year.


Since 2002, PGCD has given away $126,000 of scholarship money to deserving High School Seniors in our District (Armstrong, Carson, Donley, Gray, Potter, Roberts, Wheeler Counties).

2016-2017 PGCD Scholarship Application

  • Applications can either be submitted by mail or by email to Britney Britten at britney@pgcd.us.
  • Click and download the above application, once completed, click the red box to email to Britney.

General Requirements:

  • Must reside within the counties listed above.
  • Must enroll in college for the Fall Semester directly following selection.
  • Must maintain 2.5 GPA to continue receiving scholarship funds.

How to Apply:

  • Click on the Scholarship Application Link below.
  • Fill out the application electronically or by hand and mail or email back to Britney Britten.
  • Applications will be accepted from November 1st – February 15th.
  • Applications received after the deadline, will not be considered.

2016-2017 Scholarship Essay Question:

Water is an important part of our daily lives, and it is becoming a limited resource in many places, including the Texas Panhandle. What water conservation strategies should county governments, municipalities and water districts implement to be most effective in our area?


For a full list of requirements, please read the PGCD’s Scholarship Program Policies.

***Please note, PGCD will not be using Amarillo Area Foundation this year. Please help us pass this information along to all eligible High School Seniors.

One response to “PGCD Scholarship

  1. Water is an essential part of our lives and our bodies. When we are in a drought we tend to conserve water more, because we lack it. When there is more water we tend not to think of water as much, however if we conserved water when we had abundances of it we could adapt more when there is a shortage, and it would help droughts be less and shorter when they occur.

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