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$20,000

Elwin Probert Mathematics Scholarship

The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence in academic achievement in mathematics. Students are not required to demonstrate financial need in order to be eligible for this award.

The award will consist of a plaque and a $20,000 scholarship.

The student who is selected shall satisfy the following criteria.  The recipient must:

In choosing between two otherwise equivalent students, academic achievement in physics and/or computing science may be considered.

The recipient of the award will be selected by a committee consisting of representative staff members from the mathematics department.

$1000

Evelyn Beveridge Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to assist a graduating student in financial need to attend the post-secondary institution of their choice.  The scholarship will consist of a plaque and a cash award of $1,000 to be presented to a graduating student at Eastglen School.

The student who is selected shall satisfy the following criteria.  The recipient must:

Screening of candidates will be conducted by a committee consisting of representative staff members.

Please see your Student Coordinator in the General Office for an application package – available May 1.

$1000

Kinsmen Club of Edmonton Community Service Award

This award recognizes a student’s commitment to community service and helping others.  Thus, the student’s participation in community service activities is more important than his or her academic standing for the purposes of this award.  The only academic requirement is a student has sufficient standing to be accepted into a post-secondary institution.

One student will receive the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton Community Service Award.  The award consists of an engraved plaque or certificate and a $1000 scholarship for post-secondary studies.

The student who is selected shall satisfy the following criteria.  The recipient must:

The Kinsmen Club of Edmonton will select the winner.  

Please see your Student Coordinator in the General Office for an application package – available May 1.

$200

 PARENT ASSOCIATION AWARDS

        

Four graduating students are selected as recipients of a $200 cash award each. Award recipients will be selected by a committee consisting of representative staff members.


OTHER SCHOOL AWARDS

Certificates and Honour pins are presented to those students who have an average of 80% or better on his or her best subjects with a minimum of 21 credits.  These awards are presented to students in grades 10, 11, and 12.

Awards are provided to the top students in all 30-level (grade12) academic and option courses.

For further details

please see your Student Coordinator in the General Office