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Hi Burnaby South!

Now that you've had your Course Selection Presentations, and you've begun entering your courses through your MyEd Student Portal, here is the Leadership Application which will be due on February 15th to Student Services.

Please download this Application FIRST & save it to your computer.

Then reopen it and begin typing in your responses (don't forget so save!).

Then print it and have your teachers complete their portions and hand it in to Student Services.

If you have any questions please come by Student Services and see any of the Counsellors

Good Luck!

Leadership Application Form (2024) - FILLABLE

Early October 2023: Applications open on Education Planner BC

November 15, 2023: Deadline to apply for financial need-based International Scholars Awards with a deadline to apply for UBC admission by December 1, 2023

December 1, 2023 Deadline to apply for students seeking first-round offers of admission and consideration for major entrance scholarships

January 15, 2024: Final admissions application deadline

UBC Admissions Presentation:

Hi Burnaby South Grads!!

If you didn’t get the opportunity to come out and see our Grade 12 Parent Information Evening on Thursday, September 21st at 5:30pm, or you missed the presentation in your English 12 Classes, here it the Presentation

Graduation Presentation (June 2024)

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate contacting your child’s Counsellor

Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that THIS Wednesday, October 4th  we are hosting the Canadian University Event (CUE) from 9am till 10:45am.

The South Gym will be bustling with OVER FIFTY different Canadian Universities!



This is a great opportunity for students to have a chance to:

  • collect materials
  • discuss admissions
  • learn about residences
  • scholarships

Starting May 8th, our admissions office will start to receive grade information from the B.C. Ministry of Education through the Student Transcript Service (STS).

Ministry grade information will be used to confirm admission offers that have been issued on self-reported grades. We will review ministry grade information in May and August to ensure students continue to meet admission requirements.

What does this mean for students?

Students whose offers are confirmed on interim ministry grade information will not be contacted until we review their final transcript in August. The SFU admissions office will contact students who have missing and/or have a course discrepancy between their self-reported and ministry grade information.

Missing and/or a discrepancy in grade information SFU receives from the ministry may be the result of a student having dropped or added a course, or a school not having reported grades to the ministry of education.



If you are a young British Columbian who has made a difference in your community, we want to hear from you! The Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship rewards students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership abilities and exemplary contributions and commitment to enriching the lives of others in the community.

Who is eligible?

The Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship recognizes four student leaders in the province of British Columbia who are entering their first year of post secondary education, are in good academic standing and have made exceptional contributions in the following areas:

  • School and community service, leadership
  • Initiating community development
  • Affecting positive change
  • Mentoring others
  • Personal development and growth
  • Good academic performance

Taking the time to do something for others during difficult times in one's own life requires particularly outstanding commitment. This is why, as part of the selection process, the personal circumstances and/or challenges of each applicant will be considered. Applicants who possess personal qualities such as dedication, commitment to helping others and strength of character will also be considered.

How do we decide?

Each applicant is reviewed and scholarship recipients are chosen based on who most closely meets the selection criteria from various regions in British Columbia (provided there are suitable, qualified applicants). A total of four scholarships will be awarded to high school students who have the academic skills to successfully enter and complete post secondary education on a full-time basis. Scholarship recipients will be notified prior to the end of June.

Please submit your application by May 1st 5:00pm, 2023

Please see the link below for the Application Form

Hi Burnaby South!

As you have just received your Course Verification in Period 2 Class on Thursday, you may be wondering what courses are available to choose from (since some have closed from when you originally chose your courses in January/February).

Just a reminder, the following courses are CLOSED due to low enrollment for September:

  • Baking 11/12 AM
  • Catering 11/12 AM
  • Catering 11/12 PM
  • Chamber Choir 8-12 (9th Course)
  • Creative Writing 12
  • Croatian 9-12
  • Geology 12
  • Holistic Health 9-12
  • Italian 9-12
  • Korean 9-12
  • Literary Studies (English Lit) 12
  • PHE Jr Leadership 9
  • PHE: Active Living 11/12 AM
  • PHE: Keep Fit Active Living 11/12
  • Punjabi 9-12

The following are also CLOSED due to being FULL:

  • First Aid 11/12
  • Leadership 9-12

Please see the Course Selection Sheets for Grade 9-12 for the list of Elective Choices for September:

Gr. 9 Course Selection Form
Gr. 10 Course Selection Form
Gr. 11 Course Selection Form
Gr. 12 Course Selection Form

Applications & Admissions

We have begun assessing applications and expect to send the first round of offers by the end of the month. Students who have applied to U of T need to check the JOIN portal for updates on their application status.

Admission Awards

The Faculty of Arts & Science awards approximately $15 million in admission awards to first-year undergraduate students. We have two new scholarships being offered to students:

  • Building Canadian Leaders: Faculty of Arts & Science Award: is awarded to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons (convention refugees) entering the Mathematical & Physical Sciences admission category who demonstrate a track record of community engagement, involvement in sports, culture and extracurricular activities, entrepreneurial spirit and leadership potential. This award is valued up to approximately $16,000 over four years of study. Application deadline for this award has been extended to February 15th.
  • Nicoletta and Dan Scrimger Award: is awarded to an outstanding undergraduate student upon admission to the Humanities at the Faculty of Arts & Science on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Students must be a graduate of a Toronto high school in order to be eligible for consideration. Incoming students will automatically be considered for this award, which is valued up to approximately $20,000 over four years of study.

For additional information about scholarships and to view our full list of awards, check out our Awards & Scholarships

Connect With Us

Spring Into U of T

There are many ways for students to visit and engage with the University of Toronto this spring! During Spring Into U of T, students can register for a March Break tour, enjoy a virtual information session or connect with recruitment staff or current students – there’s something for everyone! Your students can explore and register for spring tours and sessions at:

U of T Talks
Financial Markets: What are bond and stock markets and why are they important?

Our U of T Talks lecture series is designed to bring some of the world’s foremost intellectuals directly to you and your students. In this talk, Professor David Goldreich will discuss the misunderstandings about how financial markets work. He will demystify bonds and stocks and explains why financial markets are so important for our economy. Join us for U of T Talks on Wednesday, February 22nd.

Entrepreneurship Week

From March 6-9, join the University of Toronto’s entrepreneurial community at 15+ events showcasing, celebrating, and rewarding innovation and startup activity at U of T. All are welcome at this week of public events – students, mentors, alumni, business leaders, investors and anyone else who wants to be inspired and learn why U of T is THE place to innovate. Learn more about Entrepreneurship Week.

High School Workshops

Bring the Faculty of Arts & Science to your classroom! Register your class for engaging and interactive in-person and virtual workshops hosted by professors, students and PhD students from the Faculty of Arts & Science at U of T. Learn more about the variety of hands-on workshops and lectures available or register your class for one on our website.

Enrichment & Summer Programs for Students

Do your students want to experience what it's like to attend U of T? They can now sign-up for our Enrichment & Summer Programs which are offered on all three U of T campuses on a wide range of topics. Here are a few of the programs we have on offer:

  • YSP Youth Summer Programs: The Youth Summer Program (YSP) offers an exclusive glimpse into the world of Medicine and Law. A unique modular-based format provides students with a diverse set of subject areas and flexibility. Students participate in the exploration of the respective fields, career opportunities, and what they should be thinking about (and doing) in high school to prepare themselves for post-secondary admission and education.

UC Summer Drama for International Students: Whether you are coming from a different country or continent, UC Summer Drama offers an environment of growth and exploration for international students entering or currently enrolled in a college or university. We are accepting students with some experience and a high interest in theatre either through acting or digital media production for theatre (including sound design and music technology).

Big Info: in-person and online

Big Info is the largest program expo and information session at BCIT. It’s your chance to find out about all our programs – from business and media, computing and IT, engineering, health sciences, trades and apprenticeships, and applied and natural sciences.

It’s free. It’s lively. It’s a night of possibilities.

Join us in person on Wednesday, February 15 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at our Burnaby Campus to get your questions answered by faculty and current students from over 300 programs—all in one place.

There will be free parking in all lots at the Burnaby Campus from 3:00 pm onwards on February 15. We recommend parking in lots D,E,F,5,7, or V6 for convenient access to the event. View the campus parking map.

Register now to attend in person.

Or join us online Wednesday, February 22 from 4:00 – 7:20 p.m. and hear from Program Advising, Student Services, Indigenous Initiatives, and International.

Register now to attend online.

Win $1,000 in tuition

Have a chance to win one of three $1,000 tuition prizes by registering to attend Big Info in-person or online. Read the full contest rules and regulations.

What’s next?

Attend Program Information Sessions

Join an info session that interests you. BCIT provides information sessions to help you learn more about a program, related careers, and to get your questions answered by our expert faculty and staff. Find an information session by category.

Register for an Information Session.

Connect with a Program Advisor

Whether you are a prospective or current student, parent, or counsellor, our Program Advisors are here to help you.

Program Advisors help you make a well-informed decision on the program that fits your passion and career goals. Connect with us to ensure that you have all the information you need to apply and to be successful at BCIT.

Contact a Program Advisor by telephone, in-person, virtually, or by email.

Request a BCIT Future Student Guide

Are you interested in learning more about BCIT? Get a glimpse into student life on campus at BCIT. Request a copy of the BCIT Future Student Guide where you can find a concise overview of the various areas of study at BCIT.

Order your Future Student Guide today.

Hi Burnaby South!


Responsibilities Include:

  • Acting as an ambassador of the Michael J Fox Theatre and making a great first and last impression with every client, patron and visitor the Theatre.
  • Greeting patrons and visitors in a clear and polite manner.
  • Checking and tearing tickets and escorting patrons to their assigned seating.
  • Regulating flow of patrons and guests in and out of the theatre.
  • Responding to patron and guest inquiries regarding events and amenities.
  • Monitoring auditorium and lobby to ensure Theatre policies and etiquette are enforced.
  • Watching for safety or security issues (trip hazards, lighting, suspicious persons, etc.) and reporting to management.
  • Exhibiting the ability to engage with multiple patrons and guests, prioritizing interactions and providing outstanding service.
  • Maintaining order and preventing panic in a crisis.
  • Performing other work-related duties as assigned by management.

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Must be Grade 10 – 12 (15 years of age or older) and legal to work in Canada.
  • Must be available to work a variable schedule, including weekdays after 3:30pm, weekends, and shifts from morning through late night with regular and consistent attendance.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced and team-oriented work environment.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and professionally with patrons of all ages, genders, and personalities, fellow Front of House team members, and management, to provide exceptional guest service
  • Ability to work with noise levels that may be moderate to high at times.
  • Be able to work in a standing position for extended periods of time.
  • Position will require frequent standing, bending/kneeling, lifting and carrying.
  • Ability to effectively and regularly converse in and comprehend in English. Second language is an asset.
  • Interest in the visual and performing arts an asset.

How to Apply:

  • Send your resume and cover letter by, Friday December 2nd, 2022, to Mrs. Longridge via email to with “Usher” in the subject line or submit paper copies of your resume and cover letter at the school office