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Scholarship Opportunities 



Vancouver Firefighters Bursary 

Gordon Anderson Memorial Bursary 

  • Graduating Student of a Vancouver Public School or 
  • Graduating Child of a Current Retired Vancouver Fire Fighter 
  • Permanent Resident in British Columbia 
  • Applicants must be registered in a recognized Post-Secondary Program prior to the end of the current calendar year 
  •  Deadline to apply:  May 31, 2017 
  • Applications available in the school office ​ 

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Vancouver Poppy Fund  Bursary  

  • Grade 12 student
  • $1000 Bursary
  • Bursaries are awarded to student attending facilities on a full time basis for two consecutive semesters
  • Recipient must be children or grand children or great grandchildren of veterans and ex-service personnel 
  • Applications are available in the school office 
  • Deadline to apply:  May 31st , applications returned to the school office

   ​ Jules Quesnel Scholarship  

  • $500 Scholarship 
  • Open to Grade 12 students 
  • Alumnus of Jules Quesnel and attended for a minimum of 3 years.  
  • Deadline to apply:  Friday, June 2nd @ 3:30 pm 
  • Applications Available in the Lord Byng School office 

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Confratellanza Italo-Canadese 

2017 Scholarship Information  

Two Scholarships are Available for students entering a Degree Program 
 
Please see entry requirements and application:  
 
 
Deadline May 31, 2017 

 
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Scholarship Information: 
 
 
The following describes different types of Scholarships you could apply for in your Grade 12 year: 
 
  
Entrance Scholarships:  Most colleges and universities offer entrance scholarships to first year students.  These scholarships can range from $1000 to $30, 000 payable to successful students over a four year period.  Check out the websites and calendars of the post-secondary institutions you plan to attend to find out what awards are offered, and the criteria needed.   
 
 
Affiliation Scholarships:  These scholarships depend on a link between you and the sponsoring organization.  These affiliations could range from unions, clubs, or organizations you or your family members belong to.  Talk to your family and ask if any of the organizations they may be affiliated with have scholarships you could apply for.  
   
 
Bursaries:  A bursary is like a grant.  Bursaries are awarded based on financial need.  Applications can be filled out at financial aid and award offices at the post-secondary institutions you plan to attend. 
 
  
District Dogwood Scholarships:  These scholarships worth $1000 are given to graduating students who excel in one of the following areas:  fine arts, applied skills, physical activity, second languages, community service and technical trades training. Teachers will recommend potential scholarship recipients to the school’s Scholarship Committee in the spring. 
 
 
Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarships:  Students in apprenticeship programs can earn $1000 scholarship by successfully completing SSA 11A, 11B, 12A and 12B, maintaining a C+ average or better in their Grade 12 courses and continuing working or training full time in the trade for at least five months after secondary school graduation.  
  
 
School Awards:  There are a number of scholarships, awards and bursaries that are given away at Lord Byng’s Graduation Ceremony in June.  School awards are based on academic achievement and other criteria provided by the award’s sponsor.  You will need to fill out a current Lord Byng Scholarship application form and submit it to Ms. McKay in the counselling suite in order to be considered for these awards.  Application information will come out after midyear. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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