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Part of the Cedar Creek Lake Garden Club’s mission is to support teaching the art and science of gardening. Our annual Cedars and Cinnamon Home Tour helps fulfill that mission as the proceeds provide scholarships for high school seniors planning to study horticulture, agriculture, landscape architecture, and related subjects. 




Six $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. The Cedar Creek Lake Garden Club awards annual scholarships to graduating High School seniors in the Cedar Creek Lake area with a GPA of 3.0 or higher pursuing a college degree in horticulture-related fields*.


In addition, the following guidelines will be considered: 

  1. Excellence in academic and scholastic performance 

  2. Participation in extracurricular, leadership and activities

  3. Participation in school and community service 

  4. Related horticultural experiences 


Application Deadline: March 31, 2024


Each student will receive an email confirmation when the completed application and related documentation is received. This scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students attending a college/university anywhere in the United States. 


Each student who has won a scholarship will be sent a notification letter by email and U.S. mail. 

Scholarship decisions will be made by April 15th of each year. All scholarships are provided as cash awards and funds will be disbursed once student has completed freshmen year registration and a copy of said registration and student ID is sent to the Cedar Creek Lake Garden Club.


To apply for the Cedar Creek Lake Garden Club Scholarship, submit the following documents by email to: or postal mail to: Cedar Creek Lake Garden Club, P.O. Box 43082, Seven Points, TX 75143 

  • Download Application Form 

  • Letter of recommendation from a teacher evaluating you as a student.

  • Transcripts from schools you have attended. Transcripts do not need to be official. 

  • List of extracurricular activities, honors, recognition.

  • An essay outlining your reasons for choosing a career in a horticulture-related field and your plan for achieving those goals. (500-1,000 words) 


Must be majoring in one of the following fields of study: 

  • Agronomy

  • Agriculture Education 

  • Floriculture

  • Horticulture

  • Landscape Design 

  • Botany, Biology 

  • Forestry

  • Wildlife Science 

  • Plant Pathology/Science

  • City (Rural & Urban) Planning

  • Habitat or Forest/Systems Ecology

  • Environmental Concerns (Management: Environmental, Horticulture Resource/Environmental Behavior)

  • Environmental Conservation (inc. Engineering, Law etc.)

  • Land Management and/or other related or allied subjects 

Scholarship Guidelines
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