There are 22 scholarships available for Byrne students. You must excel in one of:
- Fine Arts
- Applied Skills
- Physical Activity
- International Languages
- Technology and Trades
- Community Service
- Indigenous Language and Culture
To be eligible:
- You must have taken a concentration of at least 4 senior courses in your area
- One of the 4 courses can be Work Experience 12A, provided it was done in your chosen elective areas. Other courses outside of the chosen area (both academic and non-academic) that have a direct and obvious relationship to the chosen elective area may also be counted among the FOUR. (If you are in doubt about this submit your application and we will decide)
- You must graduate from high school before August 31, 2018 and be enrolled in post secondary program to continue studies in your chosen elective area.
- You must demonstrate good attendance, punctuality, work habits and cooperation.
- You must pass English 12 or Communications 12.
- You must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA (C+ average) based on your best 10 grade 11 and 12, 4 credit courses
|Elective area||Course/experience requirement|
|Fine Arts||Visual, Dance, Drama, Music
|Applied Skills||Business Ed, Tech Ed, Home Economics, Cooking or Culinary ACE_IT|
|Physical Activity||Athletics, dance, gymnastics. Not limited to Physical Education-i.e. provincial volleyball, sports camps, etc.|
|International Languages||Taken more than two languages with IRP’s or External Assessments, including AP courses.|
|Technical and Trades||Carpentry, Automotive, Mechanics, Cooks Training, Construction and any of the tech/trade Ace-It programs|
|Community Service||Must have two or more leadership type classes (Peer tutoring counts), be going into a field of service and must have two or more letters demonstrating over 300 hours of community involvement. There is a demonstration of local and global issues and cultural awareness.|
|Indigenous Languages and Culture||Students must be of Aboriginal decent, must be taking an Aboriginal studies course and be heavily active in their Aboriginal Community.|
Be sure to list your eligibility evidence on your application HERE.
See Ms. Falsetto with questions.