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Community Scholarships

Do your best. Be your best. Be whoever you want to be and so much more at Glenlyon Norfolk School—one of western Canada’s leading IB World Continuum Schools.
We are proud to offer our GNS Community Scholarships, which provide entrance scholarships of up to $10,000 to new domestic Grade 8 to 12 students. These scholarships are renewable annually, provided that each recipient meets or exceeds our expectations in terms of contributions to the GNS community.

How do I apply?

Get creative! We want to receive your best proposal for why you’d make a great GNS Community Scholar.

Please submit:
  • An Inquiry Form indicating your interest in applying for admission. Please also indicate your interest in the Community Scholarship in this form;
  • An application for admission, along with all required documents (we will send this to you once you complete the Inquiry Form); and
  • A 90-second video to present yourself and show off your unique personality along with two letters of reference (one academic-based and one activity-based) to

Make sure that your video submission answers:

List of 3 items.

  • Who You Are

    What grade you’re in and where you currently attend school.
  • School Interests

    What you enjoy most about school.
  • Your Contributions

    How you’ll contribute to the GNS community.

Lindiann Hopkins, parent of two GNS Alumni

GNS is an OUTSTANDING community-based school with incredibly dedicated staff, wonderful cross-grade interaction and support, strong academics, great athletics, excellent volunteer opportunities and a first class outdoor education program.

Glenlyon Norfolk School

Junior School (JK to Grade 5)

Middle (Grade 6 to 8) and Senior (Grade 9 to 12) Schools

We wish to acknowledge and respect the Lekwungen-Speaking Peoples on whose traditional territory we stand, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and Wsáneć Peoples whose historical relationships with the land, where we live, work, play and learn, continue to this day.