Click the link for more information about the TD Scholarship for Community Leadership
Here is a PDF of the application form:
October 8th, 2019 at RSS
Clean Energy BC is pleased to offer a $1,000 student scholarship this year, which will be awarded at their Annual General Meeting on June 13th. This scholarship is for grade 12 students who are graduating in 2019.
To apply for the scholarship, students must submit a reference letter as well as a 500-word essay answering the question, “Why is clean energy important to me as a young person in BC?” The application deadline is Thursday, May 30th a
You can find more information on their website:
Click here for a .pdf with more info:
Revelstoke Secondary bikes to school every day!
That said, May 27th to June 2nd is a special week week for us to log our kilometers, visit ‘Celebration Stations’, and win great draw prizes just for riding your bike to school.
During ‘Bike to School’ week, you can log your kms in the common area by the office.
There’s more information at www.biketowork.ca/revelstoke
Go By Bike Revelstoke!
Every day is anti-bullying day.
Every day is a day to celebrate diversity.
Every day is a day to be proud.
The Association of School Transportation Services of British Columbia (ASTSBC) will award a scholarship to eligible student(s) attending an educational facility in the Province of British Columbia for the express purpose of attaining certification as a Commercial Heavy Duty Mechanic. The Association will sponsor a maximum of four (4) students at any one time. Each successful candidate may receive up to a maximum of $7,000 over the 4 years.
The scholarship will be awarded upon proof of each year’s registration as follows:
First Year $1,000
Second Year $1,500
Third Year $2,000
Fourth Year $2,500
4 Year Total $7,000
Click the link below for more information and the application form:
Click here for information about the bursaries available to students.
Click the links below for more information and the student application form:
Join counsellors, lawyers, RCMP officers, youth workers, doctors and our school psychologists in discussions about the issues facing students today.
Tuesday, April 16th, 2019