Bradford Alumni Association announces 15 Scholarships offered for 2023
Bradford seniors planning to attend a 4-year college/university or a 2-year degree program at an accredited technical school/community 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.
Please download and complete the KBHSAA Scholarship Application and submit it, along with a copy of your high school transcript, to Ms. Amber Wabalickas, Bradford Guidance Counselor (Room #246), no later than Wednesday, April 5, 2023. The application must be typed; handwritten applications will not be considered.
Those seniors selected to receive a KBHSAA Scholarship will be notified before May 26, 2023, hopefully at the Senior Recognition event (or via phone call from Joyce Sorensen, Scholarships Chairperson) with a follow-up confirmation letter to include scholarship details and the criteria to be met.
Scholarship recipients for 2023 will be invited to attend the annual DAA Banquet & Silent Auction on Saturday, June 17, 2023 as honored guests of KBHSAA, along with this year's Distinguished Alumni Award 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. All scholarships are non-renewable (i.e., a one-time award), and payment to the recipient will generally occur on or about January 1, 2024.
This page was revised on 03/15/2023.
KBHSAA, Inc. Scholarship - In honor of the 1950 Class - $630
KBHSAA, Inc. - Judge James Carlson, OFS (1962) Memorial Scholarship - $1,500
KBHSAA, Inc. Scholarship - $1,500
KBHSAA, Inc. - Joseph Brittelli (1948) Memorial Scholarships [up to 3 available] - $1,500 each
To students preferably pursuing an undergraduate degree in Education, Engineering, Medical and/or Political Science.
John M. Cibrario (1958) Memorial Scholarship - $1,500
To a student pursuing an undergraduate degree in Mathematics.
John (1957) & Judy Schuetz (1960) Wavro Academic Scholarship - $1,500
John (1957) & Judy Schuetz (1960) Wavro Athletic Scholarship - $1,500
The Valiere Anderson Petersen (1930) Award for Excellence in Music - $1,000
To an outstanding student in music, preferably Piano.
Peter (1959) and Alice Jackson (1960) Schwalbe Family Scholarship - $1,000
To a student preferably attending a University of Wisconsin school seeking an undergraduate degree in Engineering or a Medical Field.
Bill (1957) and Barbara Serpe Scholarships [up to 2 available] - Up to $3,000 each
Recipients must attend a University of Wisconsin school, seeking an undergraduate degree in one of these Business Fields: Accounting; Actuarial Science; Finance, Investing & Banking; Information Systems; International Business; Management and Human Resources; Marketing; Operations and Technology Management; Real Estate; or Risk Management and Insurance. Must have a college GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale.
Stephen A. Schmelling (1958) Academic Scholarship - $1,000
To a student pursuing an undergraduate degree in Science or Engineering.
Chester Woroch (1936) & Dorothy Scholler Woroch (1942) Memorial Scholarship – $2,500
Recipient must attend UW-Madison, pursuing an undergraduate degree in Engineering.