Scholarships

The BVCHS offers two scholarships annually, the Novak-Zaeske Memorial Scholarship and the Matush Czech Heritage Scholarship.  Each scholarship is in the amount of $500.

The Novak-Zaeske Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduating high school senior, whereas the Matush Czech Heritage Scholarship is awarded to a student already enrolled in college or trade school.

All applications are evaluated by the Scholarship Committee, based on the merits displayed by applicants in fulfilling the stated qualifications for the scholarships.  Scholarships are awarded by the final decision of the Executive Committee.

        These are the 2021 scholarship recipients:       

        BVCHSNovak-ZaeskeScholarship2021.pdf (1198)

Alena Ludmila Vitha, a senior at Travis B. Bryan High School, plans to attend Texas A&M University, College of Engineering, in College Station, TX.  Alena is the daughter of Stanislav Vitha and Tanya Wagner of Bryan.

Kamila Dara Vitha, a senior at Travis B. Bryan High School, plans to attend Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.  Kamila is the daughter of Stanislav Vitha and Tanya Wagner of Bryan.
 

BVCHSMatushSchol2021.pdf (127886)

There were no applications received for the 2021 scholarship.

IN 2020, THERE WERE NO ACCEPTABLE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY THE MARCH 20TH DEADLINE FOR EITHER SCHOLARSHIP, SO THE BVCHS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DECIDED TO CONTRIBUTE THE $500 MONETARY AWARD FROM THE NOVAK-ZAESKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP TO THE BRAZOS VALLEY FOOD BANK.

These are the 2019 scholarship recipients:

Novak-Zaeske Scholarship 2019.pdf (119 kB)

Marlee Kopetsky, a senior at College Station High School, plans to attend the Stevens Institute of Technology located in Hoboken, NJ.  She is the daughter of Dana and Brad Kopetsky.

Kirk John "KJ" Macik, a senior at Snook High School, plans to attend Texas A&M University, Mays Business School, in College Station, TX.  He is the son of Sharyle and Kirk Macik, Sr.

Matush Czech Heritage Scholarship 2019.pdf (127.6 kB)

Emily Hubacek, a college freshman at Texas A&M University, College Station, was awarded the inaugural Matush Czech Heritage Scholarship based on her outstanding academic performance and her very busy schedule of extracurricular activities.  Emily is the daughter of Lisa and Richard Hubacek and granddaughter of Margaret Hubacek.