SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION OVERVIEW. FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE GENERAL TIMELINES WHAT YOU SHOULD BE DOING HOW TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP GENERAL INFO RE: ADMISSION QUESTION PERIOD. TYPES AVAILABLE. MINISTRY SPONSORED POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTES Entrance scholarships & bursaries
Note: Class of 2006 – 88 @ $1000 each!
School record 99 in 2001!
Note: These have been increased from 500 provincially to 3000 provincially.
* If you choose to complete your Portfolio, it may count as one of your top 5 courses.
October to December
January and February
March and April
May and June
scholarships that you have been
offered so that your accomplishments
can be announced at the grad
Class of 2006 - $955,307
School record – 2005 – $989,375
You can request a transcript from Mrs. Bogen in Student Services - this is a grade 11 /12 ‘working’ transcript
Note that ALL your marks will appear on this transcript – Summer School as well as rewritten provincial exams
This will also include ALL of your marks
This is a
It includes all of
your marks from when you entered Burnaby North
Provincial Examinable courses are on ‘top’
This is what your
will look like.
You will receive it from the Ministry upon graduation
‘Other’ courses are on the ‘bottom’
There will be about 30 of these throughout the year and they will be posted in all English 12 & Communication 12 classrooms as well as outside Student Services, in the Library and on the school website so . . . please . . .
Financial Aid Bulletin #1 has now been posted
When you read about an award or scholarship in the Financial Aid Bulletin that you would like to apply for – go to Student Services
ARE FILED BY
ALONG WITH AN APPLICATION,
YOU CAN ALSO PICK UP YELLOWTEACHER REPORTS (you need 3 on file for many applications)
A STUDENT PROFILE SHEET(these will be distributed in your English class later this month)
A REFERENCE LETTER REQUEST FORM
You are guaranteed the following:
is used to determine admission
based on official AP results at UBC
and SFU ONLY is as follows:
Note: YOUR TRANSCRIPT DOES
NOT CHANGE TO INDICATE THIS!
and be ready to ASK QUESTIONS - these ARE the experts!
(UBC & SFU - Tues. Nov. 14th at 7 p.m.)