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The 2016 Application Process is Closed. The deadline for high school seniors graduating in 2016 was February 15, 2016.

If you are a high school senior who will be graduating in May 2017, plan to take your SAT or ACT on a testing date in the fall (January or February dates are too late).

Applications for high school seniors graduating May 2017 will be available online Here beginning in December 2016.

Deadline for high school seniors graduating in May 2017 is February 15, 2017.






Welcome to the Baumberger Endowment!

The Baumberger Endowment was established in the Last Will and

Testament of Charles Baumberger, Jr. to provide scholarship funds

for education in the basic arts and sciences to Texas youth. The

Endowment is a private, independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization

guided by specific requirements stated in Mr. Baumberger's Will and

by policies set by the Trustees of the Endowment. Over 3,200

scholarships totaling almost $45 million have been awarded since 1979.


Who Should Apply?

Graduating seniors of an accredited (TEA) high school within Bexar County, Texas, who cannot attend college without financial assistance (see Application Information for additional requirements).


When to Apply

The online application process will be open to 2017 graduating seniors on December 1, 2016 and will be closed on February 15, 2017. Click Here to apply. Scholarship recipients are notified in May.


About Charles Baumberger, Jr. (1889 - 1968)

Mr. Baumberger was a lifetime resident of San Antonio and a former President of the Board of San Antonio Portland Cement Company. His father was one of the founders of San Antonio Portland Cement Company and one of the organizers of Bexar County National Bank. Charles Baumberger, Jr. and his wife, Gene, had no children. After providing for his wife during her lifetime, Mr. Baumberger stipulated in his Will that the income from his fortune be devoted to the education in the basic arts and sciences of Texas youth.


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