Financial Awards Information

Scholarships 101

There is a lot of information out there about Scholarships and Bursary’s. Sometimes it can be overwhelming and confusing to navigate all the different kinds.   I have broken down Scholarships and Bursary’s into four main sections.  They are listed below and each one will guide you to a more detailed page.

Provincial Scholarships

The program’s purpose has been revised as follows: to recognize student achievement and encourage students to pursue post-secondary education. Under the revised program, all scholarships will be vouchers to be used upon registration and payment of tuition at a designated post-secondary institution.

Financial Awards

These are donated from groups/organizations in your community.  The Internals are decided upon by a group of teachers, counselors, and administrators at the school level.  The Externals are decided upon by the donating group or organization.  Eligibility for community-based financial awards offered through the Chilliwack School District Awards Program is based on School of Record. The School of Record (SOR) is defined as the school at which the student receives the majority (50% or more) of their current educational program. 

On-line Scholarships

These are scholarships  that are offered and advertised on-line.  There are many sites that do this.  I have listed a few of the main ones. Deadlines vary and may be as early as October. Be careful to read the fine print.

Post-Secondary Institution Scholarships

Most Post-Secondary schools have Scholarship Programs. It depends on the specific Institution but the majority offer an Entrance and a Guaranteed Scholarship. Look carefully at deadlines and amounts as they vary.

 

 

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Student Dress Code

As a school, we are a place of business and students are expected to demonstrate good judgment in terms of appropriate dress. While on school property, students may not wear clothing that makes graphic or verbal reference to sex, drugs, alcohol or that is violent or discriminatory in nature. Students are to not wear clothing that is overly revealing.  Some examples of clothing that may not be acceptable are, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps and low necklines. In addition, shirts should be worn, and underwear should be covered.

Code of Conduct

The School Community at Chilliwack Secondary is encouraged to act in a responsible and socially acceptable manner.  Our goal is to provide opportunities for the optimum learning experience for all our students and staff in a safe and comfortable learning environment.

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