Justin Boen Vocational Scholarship         

Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation is honored to support the Justin Boen Vocational Scholarship. The Justin Boen Vocational Scholarship was created to honor Justin's life and support those who were a part of a vocational program throughout high school.  A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating Round Rock ISD student who participated in a vocational program and entering a Trade School. Through this scholarship we hope to inspire others to live each day to the fullest with a positive attitude, open heart and a smile, just as Justin did.


In the game of life, Justin was an extraordinary human being, and in the game of baseball he exemplified the true meaning of a team player.  Justin was a friend to all and never hesitated to tell those important in his life how much he loved them.  With his contagious smile and kind heart, Justin touched many lives.  Besides his love for friends and family, Justin passionately loved the game of baseball.  He always played with determination, perseverance, and a commitment for excellence.  Justin never hesitated to lend a helping hand to a fellow teammate or express words of encouragement to others.  He had great respect for his coaches and teammates.  Justin loved ‘Rock Hardball’ and all that it represented both on and off the field.  Although Justin will always be truly missed, his legacy lives on in all who love life, show love and respect to others, and strive to make this world a better place.


Justin Boen passed away on November 3, 2012 of an acute chronic bronchial asthma attack.  He attended Deep Wood Elementary, Chisholm Trail Middle School and Round Rock High School graduating in 2008.  He was a four-year letterman for the Dragon baseball team.  Justin was a semester short of graduating from East Central University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and was looking forward to working with troubled youth.


Your donation not only supports and keeps Justin’s outstanding character and spirit alive, but also supports the

Round Rock Community.