Bradford seniors planning to attend a 4-year college or university or, for two particular scholarships, a 2-year technical college, are encouraged to apply for the Kenosha Bradford High School Alumni Association (KBHSAA) Scholarships. Applicants are to meet general eligibility requirements for the individual scholarships unless otherwise specified. College GPA of 2.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale is required unless otherwise specified.
How to Apply
Complete the application form and return it, along with your high school transcript including ACT/SAT score(s), to Mrs. Mars in Room 218 by April 10, 2019. The application must be typed; handwritten applications will not be considered.
Scholarships will be awarded at the May 2019 Senior Awards Ceremony, and the recipients will be invited guests for our Annual Alumni Banquet on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at the Kenosha Country Club, where we will also be honoring Distinguished Alumni Award (DAA) recipients.
For all scholarships awarded, payment is made to the recipient after the 1st semester of college is completed and the specific documentation requirements (criteria and grades) are met. Payment to the recipient will generally occur on or about January 1, 2020.
2019 Scholarship Offerings
For those attending a 4-Year College or University:
KBHSAA, Inc. - Joseph Brittelli (1948) Memorial Scholarships [3 available] - $1,500
To students preferably pursuing degrees in Education, Engineering, Medical and/or Political Science.
KBHSAA, Inc. Scholarship - $1,500
KBHSAA, Inc. - Richard Firchow (1945) Memorial Scholarship - $1,500
Jerry Bain (1957) Memorial Academic Scholarship - $1,500
Dr. Ernie Pellegrino (1957) Memorial Academic Sholarship - $1,000
Recipient must attend UW-Madison.
John (1957) & Judy (Schuetz 1960) Wavro Academic Scholarship - $1,500
John (1957) & Judy (Schuetz 1960) Wavro Athletic Scholarship - $1,500
Bill (1957) and Barbara Serpe Scholarships [2 available] - $2,500
Recipients must attend a University of Wisconsin school, seeking an undergraduate degree in Business or Computer Science, and have a college GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale.
Peter (1959) and Alice (1960) Jackson Schwalbe Family Scholarship - $1,000
To a student preferably attending a UW school with an undergraduate degree in a medical field.
Robert C. Anderson, Ph.D. (1952) Scholarship - $1,000
The Valiere Anderson Petersen (1930) Award for Excellence in Music - $1,000
To an outstanding student in music, preferably Piano.
For those attending a 2-Year Technical College or a 4-Year College/University:
1973 Class Scholarship - $773
1968 Class Scholarship - $500