Glenlyon Norfolk School offers scholarships

Ten students from Victoria and southern Vancouver Island will receive up to $400,000 in scholarships.

Ten students from Victoria and southern Vancouver Island will receive up to $400,000 in scholarships through the Community Scholarships Initiative at Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS).

The initiative will provide $10,000 entrance scholarships for up to 10 students who are new to GNS and entering Grades 9, 10, 11 or 12 in 2016/17. The award is renewable annually. Scholars must be hard-working and dedicated, willing to do their best in every facet of student life.

GNS is one of 13 International Baccalaureate (IB) Continuum schools in Canada. Applications for the community scholarship will be accepted until April 29. For more information visit gns.ca/community-scholarships.

 

 

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