Chapter Awards $35,600 in New & Renewable Scholarships

In 2020, Lincoln Heights Dollars for Scholars Awarded 17 Scholarships to Lincoln High School graduates: Sheila Cardenas, CSU - Fullerton; Wenbiao Chen, UC - Berkeley; Victor Chhun, UC - Irvine; Maria de los Angeles Coronel, Santa Monica College; Antonio Guzman, Cal State - LA; Haver Ho, UC - Irvine; Cameron Louie, UC - Irvine; My Ly, Pasadena City College; Mirian Morales, Cal State - LA; Jeffrey Nguyen, UC - Irvine; Christopher Rivera, CSU - Northridge; Emily Tieu, UCLA; Shirley To, UC - Irvine; Tracey Truong, USC; Jesus Vargas, CSU - Fullerton; Sally Voong, UC - Davis; Shukun Wu, Cal State - LA

The Chapter also awarded scholarships to 11 Sacred Heart High School graduates:  Litzy Alvarado, CSU - Fullerton; Maryanne Baltierra, UC - Santa Barbara; Anna Cabrera, CSU - Long Beach; Kimberly Cortez, UC - Riverside; Angelica Escobedo, Cal State - LA; Yolanda Gomez, UCLA; Ana Gonzalez, CSU - Long Beach; Susan Hernandez, Cal State - LA; Angelica Matute, Cal Poly - Pomona; Gisselle Ruiz, UCLA; Diana Tran, UCLA

















A Message from the Manuel Peña Renewable Scholarship Recipients

Lincoln Heights Dollars for Scholars thanks the Manuel Peña family for supporting scholarships for Lincoln High School students.


If you're a student looking for scholarships - you're at the right place! 

This website provides financial resources for Lincoln and Sacred Heart High School students. Just click "Student and Parents Login" to begin filling out your student profile -- not only will you find and apply for our scholarships, you'll also discover scholarships from across the Scholarship America® network that you may be eligible for. 

Our mission is to mobilize our community, through scholarships and educational support, to make post-secondary success possible for Lincoln Heights students.

Our goals are to (1) provide scholarship assistance for as many graduating Lincoln and Sacred Heart high school students as possible who plan to attend an accredited four-year college or university, community college or vocational institution; and (2) develop financial resources for the continuing distribution of scholarships for those graduating students to continue their education.


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Los Angeles, California 90033