Graduation & Scholarships/Bursary Information

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GRAD 2024
The Osoyoos Secondary Graduation ceremony is being planned for Thursday, June 27th at 5:00 pm.  
There will be documents listed below which will give you the requirements for each scholarship or bursary.  These will be updated in the spring of 2024 for the current Grad Class.  

1.) Scholarship Booklet - Contains all the information you will need to apply for scholarships. Please read it through carefully and you will find all the supporting documents below.

2 ) Scholarship Checklist - Please print out this form and hand it into the office or scan to: [email protected] by April 12, 2024. Please put your last name, first name and name of document in the subject line of your email.

3) If you intend on applying for school-decided awards, print off your transcripts and include them in your application package. If applying for a donor-decided award, you must also attach a copy with your application/letter.

4) District Authority Award: See link below.
This award is for excellence in Indigenous Language and Culture, Fine Arts, Applied Skills, P.E., Second Languages, Community Service and/or Technology and Trades Training. You are required to make a 15-minute presentation to the Scholarship and Bursary Committee later in May in order to be considered. 

If you have excelled at any or all of these areas and plan to attend a post-secondary institution, please fill out the  application found below, include a short description of superior achievement in the chosen field and email it to [email protected]. Someone from the Awards Committee with contact you with your interview time.

5) Donor Decided Awards:
On the scholarship donor decided award list, several awards have an application form. If there are no forms, the student will write a letter to the donor. PDF format applications will need to be printed, completed and delivered to either the office or directly to the donor. Awards have specific drop off/mail information as well as alternate dates. Please read the criteria carefully to ensure you qualify for the award.

If you are unclear or have questions please see the office for clarification.

ReMax Quest for Excellence Scholarship - Quest for Excellence - RE/MAX Canada (
Wanjara Nomad Collections Scholarship - Wanjara - Nomad - Collections Ltd. (
myBlueprint/Scotiabank Scholarship -
Hebden Chemistry Bursary - Only for students who took Chemistry 12
BCGEU Scholarship - Parents/Guardians must be a member of the BCGEU in order to apply
Pathway to Teacher Education Scholarship - For students pursuing a career in teaching.
Women's Cyber Security Scholarship - For students pursuing a degree with a cybersecurity or information assurance focus.
Leonard Foundation Scholarship Program - Students must demonstrate financial need.
MADD Canada Youth Bursary Fund - For students who have been personally impacted by an impaired driving crash.
Canada Post Scholarship - Community Foundation
Johnson Scholarship - For students whose parents have an insurance policy or benefit program with Johnson