Financial Aid.


r. and Mrs. Anderson wish to honor the memory and sacrifice of the men and women who have given their lives in service to our communities and our country. It is their fervent desire to show their appreciation and to provide full scholarships for the surviving children of the courageous men and women who have given their lives for us.

Police Officers, Peace Officers, Fire Fighters, Emergency Medical and Military / Militia Service Recognition Scholarships help children, spouses and dependents of those who, while in service in the Armed Forces of the United States, Police and Peace Officer Services, Fire Fighter Services, Emergency Medical Services or state organized militia, died, became severely and permanently disabled, or were classified as missing in action in a combat zone while engaged in hostilities or training at any time. The award covers an amount equaling the full tuition and all fees.

The William and LeVonna Anderson Memorial Scholarship provides complete financial aid to the children of deceased firefighters, volunteer firefighters, police officers, peace officers, state organized militia and emergency medical service workers who have died as the result of injuries sustained in the line of duty or who have become permanently disabled or are missing is action.

Other Scholarships

In loving memory of Steven A. Gaul, the son of Robert and Joan Gaul, Dr. and Mrs. Anderson have established a scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00 to awarded to a young scholar in grades K-6.

Interested parents may contact Dr. Anderson to apply for this scholarship.

Steven was born on December 10, 1969 and passed away on August 31, 2012. He graduated from Iowa State University and worked with the Forestry Division of the Department of Agriculture in Florida. He loved nature and loved teaching children and adults as an extension agent.

He was the loving father of Aeleyni and husband of Marie. His life was exemplary and an example for all to follow.

Our Child, Steven

"You came as a child of God Whose precious life would unfold, As the destiny of dreams Telling a story untold. You were the fruit of Love’s labor The many miracles that did abound, The story of what once was lost, The joy that was found. You above all things known Held high the Lamp of the Heart, To light a narrow path, Extinguish the dark."

My precious wife, LeVonna, and I have created a new scholarship to honor one of our own families – the Floyd and Brenda Heckman Scholarship.

Floyd serves Tarrant County as a Deputy Sheriff and his daughter, Katie, has been one of our scholars at the Anderson School. We are extremely proud of Floyd and wish to honor him, his family and his service to our citizens.

This scholarship provides for fifty percent of the tuition and fees to attend the school. Parents who serve in any branch of law enforcement, local, state or federal, are encouraged to contact Dr. Anderson, at the school, if interested in taking advantage of the Floyd and Brenda Heckman Scholarship Fund.

To see if this scholarship is available for the school year, contact Dr. Anderson at (817) 448-8484.

May God bless and keep all of our friends in law enforcement as they prove to be such a blessing to all of us.

Partial scholarships are available subject to need and availability. Please contact us for more information.

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