recipient of the Andres Bautista Scholarship
“I intend to give back to Spring Branch, the community has allowed me to thrive and be where I am today.”
Jose Hernandez graduated from Northbrook High School in 2012. He is pursuing a bachelors degree from Texas A&M University.
recipient of the Wayne Schaper Scholarship
“My parents foresee my education as the future of my well-being. Despite the fact that I am currently met with uncertainties on who I will become, I have the ability to create life through my art.”
Juan Landin graduated from Northbrook High School in 2016. He will be attending HCC-Spring Branch Campus and pursuing an associate degree.
recipient of the Linda Buchman Scholarship
“I am committing myself to do more than what is required and challenge myself to ensure my success as an architect. Failure is not an option. I will not fail.”
Idelia Perez graduated from Northbrook High School in 2015. She is pursuing a degree in architecture at Texas A&M in College Station.
recipient of the First Baptist Scholarship
“I am the very first one in my family to go to college and I’m determined to set myself as an example for future generations in my family.”
Chinh Pham graduated from Spring Woods High School in 2013. He is currently pursuing a degree in architecture at The University of Texas in Austin.
Newspring alumni Adrianna Guillen, presented with the Linda Buchman scholarship in 2012.
DID YOU KNOW?
Newspring Scholarships grant students $5,000 every year. Each recipient must reapply for subsequent years. Our goal is not only to enable students to attend college but most importantly to graduate. We have been blessed with very generous donors who make our scholarships possible. Donors have the satisfaction of knowing that a very deserving student will be the first in his or her family to attend college.
If you are interested in funding a scholarship, please contact Robert Westheimer at firstname.lastname@example.org