Scholarship Information

The following are several links to various scholarships available to students. Each site will have information regarding application deadlines and how to obtain an application. If you have questions about any of the scholarship, please contact either Ms Lyn Suderman or Mr. Simon Tuffin.

For those of you who are searching for unclaimed scholarship money go to ScholarshipsCanada.com Entrance Awards Directory . It is now available with up-to-date information about scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

PCS Post Secondary Scholarship Planning Handbook

Pacific Christian School Scholarships (application deadline 4:00 pm on the last day of classes for the school year)
PCS Board Scholarships
PCS Foundation Scholarships

Dogwood District Authority Awards program (due in April)
Available to all Grade 12 students in BC who have Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status.Students must demonstrate outstanding abilities in any one of a long list of fine arts and applied skills categories.  Application form and category list is on the FISA website.  Contact person is Mr. John Slofstra.

 


 

Other scholarships: There are a number of scholarship databases that are a good place to start. Scholarship opportunities may also be listed on the websites of post-secondary institutions

  • BC Student Assistance Programme »
    This site provides information about various grants, bursaries, etc. and how to apply online for these and other financial assistance programs. The phone number to call if students have specific questions about this program is 387-6100.
  • Ministry of Education »
    This site lists information related to Dogwood District Scholarships, Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarships, Provincial Exam Scholarships and the Passport to Education Program. Please note that the Passport to Education Program will be phased out over the next three years beginning in September 2013 for grade 10 stamps allocation, followed by grade 11 stamps allocation in September 2014 and grade 12 stamps allocation in September 2015.Students who have already received Passport to Education Awards (stamps) will continue to be able to redeem their award towards tuition at their designated post-secondary institution until the expiry date stated on the stamps.

Scholarship Databases
www.studentawards.com »
www.scholarshipscanada.com »
www.fastweb.com »
www.schoolfinder.com »
www.studentscholarships.org »
scholarships/bursaries for First Nations students »

Post-Secondary Sites
Camosun College »
Simon Fraser University »
Kwantlen University College »
Trinity Western University »
University of British Columbia »
University of Northern BC »
University of Victoria »

Note: All Post Secondary Institutions have Scholarship/Bursary and Financial Aid offices.