The Elizabethan Feast is open to all of the grads this year so if you are not in English 12 this semester, and you want to join your friends at one of the best grad events of the year see Ms. Crucil in Room 207, Ms. Atamanuk in Rm 204, Mr. Wilson in the library, or Ms. Maltby in the office for information.
Date and time, you ask? December 6th @ 5:30pm
For $5, you get dinner, fun, and some great entertainment.
Tickets must be purchased before Tuesday, November 28th at 12:00pm or you will not be allowed to attend.
Everyone attends in Elizabethan costume so you can either make your own (it’s easy to do) or you can rent one from The English Department. Costume rental forms and tickets are available at the main office.
Check out the high school entrance scholarships available to you at Okanagan College.
Launched in 2012, this $100 million program funds 50 undergraduate scholarships each year, across top Canadian universities.
Our most promising students can pursue their dreams and become the next global pioneers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. They are innovators. They are Schulich Leaders.
Find out how you might be the RSS nominee for one of 50 scholarships awarded each year to STEM students. There are…
25 scholarships at $100,000 for engineering
25 scholarships at $80,000 for science, technology or mathematics
Find out more at this website: Schulich Leader Scholarships
Please see Mr. Gale for application information.
RSS Application Deadline: December 1st, 2017
Scholarship Deadline: February 22, 2018
BC School Sports has a variety of scholarships available to BC High School Students. Click on the links to learn more about the different scholarships you can apply for:
BC Dairy Association Scholarship
BCSS Dave Gifford Memorial Scholarship
BCSS Zone Scholarships (14 Scholarships)
Commission Scholarships (for other sports)
Applications for #SHAD2018 are now available until November 20. See why Canada’s 28th Governor General David Johnston says “Canada needs more SHAD” and help us spread the word.
SHAD is an enrichment program that allows high potential high school students (grades 10 – 12) the opportunity to spend the month of July living in one of 16 host university campuses across Canada, while engaging in experiential learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM). Students gain insights into areas of study they haven’t encountered before, are inspired by living in a community of like-minded peers, and leave with their self-confidence and aspirations for their future enhanced forever.
Click here for more information: SHAD Info-2018
Are you interested in going to Europe for March Break 2018?
If so, you should ask Ms. Cancilla about this trip with Pleasant Valley Secondary School (PVSS).
Click this link for more information.
There is an information meeting at PVSS on Wedneday, October 25th at 6:00pm.
Interested in attending Thompson Rivers University? Check out the TRU Open House on October 21st.
(Or March 24th)
Have you made a significant difference in your community?
You might qualify for scholarships worth up to $70 000.
Great info about post-secondary education for parents and students in grade 12.
OK College in Salmon Arm on Tuesday Oct 3rd, 7:00-8:30PM
Click below for more information: Grad Parent Seminar
SD19 computers are re-imaged over the summer, and this process erases all of the student documents and files.
Upload your school files to your Office 365 account or back them up to a USB stick.
Your Office 365 account with the school district expires on July 30th. Save all of your files to a USB stick or upload them to a storage service such as Google Drive, iCloud, Dropbox, or a personal Office 365 account.