The Orange County chapter of the University of Texas at Austin Texas Exes is proud to announce their scholarship winners for 2014. Orange County Texas Exes has given over $80,000 in scholarships to local high school students over the last twenty five years.



Kirsten Wolfford attends Orangefield High School and ranks 3rd in her class of 127. Kirsten is the winner of the Judge Pat Clark Endowed Scholarship for Community Service which is given to the student the selection committee feels most embodies Judge Clark’s legacy of serving others. She will major in Government, having been accepted into the Liberal Arts Honors Program by the College of Liberal Arts. Kirsten is president of the National Honor Society and has been class president since she was a freshman. She is the co-captain of the cheerleading squad and participated in Girls State and Girls Nation.

Sidney Schubarth is from Bridge City High School and is Salutatorian of her class. Sidney is the winner of the June and Jesse B. Gunstream Endowed Scholarship for Academic Excellence which is given to the student the selection committee feels will exemplify scholarship and leadership on the UT campus. She has also been accepted into the Liberal Arts Honors Program by the College of Liberal Arts. Sidney is a state competitor in UIL Social Studies. She was selected by the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce as their Student of the Month and has finished second place in the Stark Reading Contest twice.

Anna Piper is from Bridge City High School, and ranks 10th in her class. Anna is the recipient of the Wynne Hunt Memorial Endowed Scholarship which is given to the student the selection committee feels will carry the Longhorn spirit well past their years on the UT campus. She will seek a degree in Public Relations in the Moody College of Communications. Anna has received the AP Scholar Award and the Student of the Month for Science. She is the captain of the UIL Spelling Team and is also a member of the UIL Math Team and National Honor Society.