Scholarships for Graduating Grade 12 Students
Three $750 scholarships are being made available by the Metchosin Foundation to graduating Canadian Grade 12 students who live in Metchosin. These are in the areas of:
- Academic Achievement
- Community Citizenship
- Environmental Stewardship
A fourth scholarship of $750 is being made available to a Beecher Bay First Nation resident student who demonstrates academic excellence and shows leadership in the community and in addressing environmental issues.
These funds are being made available thanks to generous Metchosin donors who have chosen to remain anonymous. Application forms are available at the school offices of Belmont, Royal Bay and Edward Milne High Schools or on their websites. You may view/print the forms below.
Applicants may receive only one Metchosin Foundation scholarship. Receiving non-Metchosin Foundation scholarships and financial awards does not disqualify the student from receiving a Metchosin Foundation scholarship.
The deadline for the submission of all applications is Friday, May 14, 2021. The successful applicant will be notified by August 1, 2021 and the award will be presented before August 15, 2021.
Use the buttons below to view or download the application forms. Note that these are fillable PDF forms, and may be submitted via email to email@example.com. Or if preferred, mail a filled out paper copy to the Metchosin Foundation.
One of our 2017 scholarship recipients, Abbey Christ-Rowling, used her scholarship to attend a United World College in Africa. Here is an article on her from the Pearson College (another United World College) website.
Emma Sierven – Community Citizenship
Bryanne Thomson – Community Citizenship
Joseph Barss – Community Citizenship
Danny Charles – Moralea Milne Beecher Bay (Sc’ianew) Community Scholarship
Grace McLauchlin – Academic Achievement
Danica Neral – Environmental Stewardship
Brent Pothovin – Community Citizenship
Maya Quealey – Academic Achievement
Stacey Charles – Beecher Bay (Sc’ianew) Community Scholarship