The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley partners with donors and several nonprofit organizations in managing endowments to provide scholarships for graduating high school seniors within the Brazos Valley. These scholarship funds often carry the name of the donor, school district, or field of education that the scholarship serves.
Currently, the Foundation manages endowments for the following scholarship programs:
Arkema New Horizon Scholarship Fund
The Arkema New Horizon Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 as a result of a scholarship endowment associated with action by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission against Elf Atochem. The scholarship fund is managed by the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley, and $1,000 scholarships [$500 - Fall; $500 Spring] are available to graduating students within the Bryan and College Station School Districts. For more information - CLICK.
E.Z. and Helen Milstead Scholarship Fund
Established in 2005 by the Milstead family, the E.Z. and Helen Milstead Scholarship is awarded to graduating high school seniors from the Franklin (Texas) Independent School District to assist them in pursuing a college degree from an accredited four-year Texas university. For more information - CLICK.
Keep Brazos Beautiful Jack and Dorothy Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in November 2020 by Keep Brazos Beautiful, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, this scholarship honors Jack and Dorothy Miller. The Jack and Dorothy Miller Memorial Scholarship serves to offer financial aid to local graduating high school seniors from Brazos County who have demonstrated a passion for the Keep Brazos Beautiful mission or are pursuing a field of study that will make a positive impact on the environment. $2,500 in scholarships will be awarded to local graduating high school seniors and can be used towards any accredited college or university. For more information - CLICK.
Rella Lou Danenberg Aldrich Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 2007 with gifts from the family and friends of Rella Lou Danenberg Aldrich, this scholarship honors the memory of a classy lady with a love of sports, and the knowledge of the importance of education. This scholarship, in memory of her life, is to financially help another girl with a love of sports, in another generation, obtain a college education. The Rella Lou Danenberg Aldrich Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a Brazos Valley graduating senior who has participated in athletic activities all four years of high school. Continued participation in school athletics beyond high school is not necessary to be considered for the scholarship. Due to funding limitations, scholarship applications are not being accepted this year.
Robertson Go-Texan Scholarship Fund
The Robertson County Go Texan Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 by the Robertson County Go Texan Committee. Scholarships are available to graduating seniors of a Robertson County High School who participated in 4-H, Future Farmers of America and/or Future Homemakers of America. For more information - CLICK
Please browse our Student Guide to Available Funds and note the contact information at the end of each scholarship description. The application timelines and requirements may vary among scholarships so please be sure to follow all instructions and send in any additional materials before the deadline listed on the application.