To be awarded to a graduating student that plans to attend an accredited Canadian university, college or technical school. Acknowledges a student who has faced significant hardships and has demonstrated a commitment to continue their education. Significant hardships include: poverty, health, family issues, personal loss and lack of supports i.e. youth who are or who have been in government care.
Donor: Coast Capital Savings
Value: $2500 to two SD#63 students
Criteria: To support outstanding graduating students who have demonstrated:
Deadline: Please refer to Scholarship Google Classroom or Mrs Laws for due date.
Procedure: Students should submit the following documents to Mrs Laws:
1. A District Scholarship form
2. A transcript of Grade 11 and Grade 12 marks, including predictions for the last
courses of Grade 12
3. A statement of future plans and goals
4. A CV
Selection: Selection will be made by the School District 63 Scholarship Committee