The George H.W. Bush High School Public Service Scholarship Awards recognize high school seniors in the Bryan-College Station school districts for their community service. President Bush was devoted to public service, which he described as a noble calling, and hoped to inspire future generations to personally participate in supporting their communities. Recipients are selected based on academic excellence and community service and receive a $3,000 scholarship. Additionally, each recipient’s school receives a grant of $2,500 for education purposes. The program is sponsored through the generous support of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU). Students interested in the George Bush High School Public Service Scholarship should contact their high school’s counseling department.
Counselors, please submit applications to the address below:
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Instructions for Counselors
Each school’s counseling department selects a single finalist. The finalist’s completed application must be received by April 1. A letter of recommendation from the school and an official transcript should be included with the submitted application.
Instructions for Selected Recipients
The selected students must submit a 100-150 word bio and headshot. Additionally, the financial aid information form must be submitted by July 1. Scholarship payments will be made directly to the school designated by the recipient.
Previous Scholarship Recipients
Elizabeth Carolyn Goen, Brazos Christian School
Rossy Moreno, Bryan Collegiate High School
Jyotsna Janapareddy Naidu, College Station High School
Grace Elizabeth Crouch, Rudder High School
Servando Sanchez-Velazquez, Travis B. Bryan High School