The 63 members of the Class of 2021 are hard workers! Collectively, they have been offered $1.6 million in university scholarships. This significant accomplishment will help support whatever choices they make this fall regarding post-secondary studies.
This persevering group is graduating with lots of choices! Collectively, they have earned 259 offers of acceptance or an average of 4.11 per student
to post-secondary institutions
around the globe. Some of them are considering studies in commerce, engineering, sciences, urban planning, the arts, computer science, creative writing, journalism or kinesiology. Some of them are planning a GAP year to explore other passions.
Over their four years in our Senior School, this community-minded class has definitely demonstrated their caring natures. Collectively, they have performed 8053 hours of community service during this time with 2,243 hours occurring during their Grade 12 year alone. This includes working with numerous organizations like Victoria Hospice, the Out of the Rain Youth Shelter, School Helpers Vancouver Island, Our Place and Broken Promises Animal Rescue. They have volunteered to coach, to clean beaches, to tutor, to bake or prepare meals, to help neighbours, and to write messages of support to the Canadian Forces. And they have also offered support within our school community helping with clubs, with athletics, in the theatre, or as part of the Round Square.
Wherever their next steps take them, we look forward to hearing about all of their upcoming adventures.