Spring Break

Upcoming Important Dates:

  • March 17th – Last Day of School before Spring Break
  • March 20th – March 31st Spring Break
  • April 3rd – Return to School
  • April 7th – Good Friday – no school in session
  • April 10th – Easter Monday – no school in session

Spring Break is upon us: Reminder to please clean out lockers of any food or drinks before you leave on Friday. Please also pop by the Lost and Found if you are missing any items.

Grads: An Important reminder that Commencement Ceremony fees are due this Friday, March 17th. if you have not yet done this, please do so as soon as possible. Fees and forms are available on School Cash Online or payment can be made in the office.

Looking for Easter Gift Ideas? Check out the poster below for more information on ordering Purdy’s Easter Treats, help support our Belmont Dry Grad 2023 fundraiser.

Upcoming Report Cards and Learning Conferences: Upon return from Spring Break information will be sent out to families regarding Parent Teacher Learning Conferences that will be on April 20th. Report cards will be distributed in that time frame as well.

Reminder Yearbook Purchases: Limited supply! Get yours today. Yearbook purchases are available on School Cash Online or payment can be made in the Office. See Scan Me below for Online information.

Improvements are coming! A huge shout out to the SD62 facilities crew who are transforming the area near our bus loop. You will soon see an area that includes a paved waiting area, new garden beds and seating for over 30 people!

Congratulations to the cast and crew of Belmont’s Theatre Company for putting together a hugely successful run of “Once Upon a Mattress”! The Company put on select performances for our neighbouring middle schools and a series of performances for the public. A special thank you to Mx. Warner and all the teachers who helped to support our students in what is sure to be a memorable and valuable experience. 

Belmont Grad Scholarship Update:

District Authority Scholarship Awards are out:

The Google Classroom Code for these Awards is: 2jgukt4

Students can apply in multiple categories and are encouraged to do so.  There is usually only a certain number of awards given out per category, per school so this gives a better chance to ensure winning!

Categories students can apply in any of the following categories:

Fine Arts – visual, drama, music, dance, performing arts/musical theater, media arts/film, creative writing

Applied Design, Skills, and Technology – Business Ed, Technology Ed, Home Economics, Information Communication Technology, Media Arts, Tourism, Trades are included in this this year as well

Physical Activity and Health –  Athletics, Fitness, Outdoor Education, Dance, Gymnastics, not limited to Physical Education, sportsmanship, leadership, attitude, and dedication

International Languages – must also include a video or audio proficiency

Community Service – school and community volunteer, includes awareness of local, global and cultural issues

Technical and Trades Training-  Robotics, Coding, Carpentry, Automotive, Mechanics, Cook Training, Culinary Arts)

Indigenous Languages and Culture- demonstrated at school or in the community 

To apply students must follow the application criteria in the District Google Classroom (and attached for your reference).  Students need two references for these awards.  They can be reference letters or reference forms.  The reference has the OPTION to be confidential but it is not required.  If confidential, the reference needs to be given to Christine Hoskins to be sent to the district office.  If not confidential, they can be uploaded to applications.These awards are $1250 and are deferrable for up to 5 years. Perfect for a GAP year!  There are over 110 in the district and students are STRONGLY encouraged to apply.  Students do NOT need to be pursuing these categories in post-secondary, they simply need to say how they will be a part of their life going forward as a hobby, volunteer service, or further education. 

Other district awards available to grads: 

Mosaic Forest Management – students pursuing environmental studies or science, resource management or related fields.

Monk Office Supply Co. – Students entering environmental studies

Ron Warder Memorial Scholarship – Students who have excelled in community and/or school service

Victor Chen Memorial Engineering – students pursuing engineering at a BC Post-Secondary Institution

PAC Bursaries are also out!

Elementary and Middle School PAC Bursaries are available for graduating students to apply for.  Some only require one year of attendance at the school.  Some require all elementary or middle school years to have been completed there. These awards are cheques issues directly to students, which is great for textbooks etc.

All grads are encouraged to apply in the Grad 2023 Google Classroom.

Criteria for most include: 

•Application form 

•Cover Letter

•Scholarship Resume

•Unofficial Transcript – some require Honour Roll 

•Reference Letters (2) – some do not require this

•Proof of enrollment in Post-Secondary


Belmont Bursaries

Belmont Bursaries are out!  They are posted in the Grad 2023 Google Classroom for students to apply.    

Categories include:

Westshore Rotary Club – Community and school service, pursuing trades or academics

Delaney Dunlop Memorial – headed to UVic, preference for students in Metchosin

Gaetz Designs Arts Scholarship – students who have excelled in arts, preference for photography

Gaetz Designs Women in Business Award – students who identify as female and are heading to business in post-secondary

Howard East AVID 12 Memorial Bursary – AVID 12 students

Gesslein Mini Excavating Trades Bursary – students pursuing trades

Power to the Peach Bursary – students identifying as BIPOC, female, and interested in beauty, trades, or creativity – pending

Belmont Scholarship Society Application

Iris Reiss Memorial: strong academics, financial need, preference for students who attended Colwood or Dunsmuir (split between Belmont and Royal Bay as of 2020)

Juan de Fuca Veterinary Clinic: student pursuing a career in biology, sciences or animal sciences in particular

​Langford Women’s Institute: female students pursuing studies in agriculture, home economics, dietetics, nutrition, culinary arts, fashion, textiles, social work, health care, child care, women’s studies or trades – financial need considered before academic excellence

Lifetouch Canada: student must be in good academic standing and demonstrate good citizenship​

Lorna Eberle: Studentsinvolved in theatre program

Royal Roads Running Club: student involved in sports, but not necessarily a top athlete

Spotswood Memorial: female student who excels in academics and sports, especially basketball, and has excellent character

Westshore Lions Club Lion H. Ralph Day Bursaries: three awards for strong academic students with significant financial need

West Shore Developers Association: two awards for students who will be pursuing careers in the construction trades

Other upcoming deadlines include:

Sarah Gaulin Memorial Scholarship – Deadline: April 1st, 2023

For students with mental health concerns headed to post-secondary school.

Link to Apply: https://gaulin.foundation/en/scholarship_apply.php 

Jim Hebden Chemistry Bursary – Deadline: April 1st, 2023

Students applying must have:

1)  performed service for his/her school or community

2)  demonstrated a proficiency in Chemistry
3)  can show significant financial need
4)  must have Chem 12 completed by the end of June of graduating year
5)  planning to continue the study of chemistry as part of his/her post-secondary program e.g. a chemistry degree OR a  degree in a field involving chemistry e.g. nursing, engineering…

Students can email your application as a single pdf to Wendy@WesternCampus.ca 

Link to Apply: https://westerncampus.ca/exclusive-to-wcr/hebden-chemistry/ 

Colwood Firefighters Association Scholarship – Deadline: April 1st, 2023 at 4:30PM

This scholarship is open to any grade 12 student graduating from a secondary school, or person under the age of 21, who has resided within the City of Colwood for at least five  years at the time of graduation. The candidate must have performed Volunteer service within the past five years at date of application. Preference may be given to immediate family of a Colwood Volunteer Firefighters Association member.

Students can access the application in the Grad 2023 Google Classroom

Catholic Health Association of BC Bursary – Deadline April 7th, 2023

This year, the Catholic Health Association of BC will grant a $500 Bursary to a graduating student in the class of 2022 who is enrolled in a Catholic secondary school, or a member of a BC or Yukon parish and enrolled in a public secondary school, or home-schooled.  To apply for this bursary, students are invited to submit a 500-word essay that demonstrates an awareness and understanding of the significance of Spirituality in Health Care.

Link: https://www.chabc.bc.ca/bursary/
As always, if students require support they are encouraged to reach out

Spring is near!

Upcoming Important Dates:

  • March 1st – Commencement Fee are now on School Cash Online
  • March 8th – International Women’s Day
  • March 10th – BMD4BMD
  • March 12th – Daylight Savings Time (move clocks ahead)
  • March 13th – 17th – Spirit Week at Belmont
  • March 14th – PAC Meeting 7pm
  • March 17th – Commencement Fee deadline – Grade 12’s
  • March 17th – Last day of School before Spring Break
  • March 20th-31st – Spring Break – No school in session

Grads – Watch for Important information being sent home to families soon regarding Commencement Ceremonies – Graduation at UVIC on June 11th, 2023

On Saturday, Feb. 11, Belmont’s choir hosted 7 choirs from around the South Island and Burnaby. We opened the day with drumming and the singing of the Women’s Warrior Song, under the guidance of Elder Chipps and mentor Alana Johnson. Dividing into 2 large groups, students from a mix of all schools rehearsed together with guest clinicians before performing for each other. The afternoon was spent as an enthusiastic audience, celebrating the work of each choir. It was wonderful to be back together for the first time since the pandemic began.

Have you purchased a 2022-2023 Yearbook yet? Limited quantities left, See info below to get yours today! You can also go onto School Cash Online to purchase now.

Library/Resource Materials Owing – We respectfully ask that your student returns all overdue resources to the Learning Commons by June 23rd. If your student has resource materials owing (including textbooks, library books, etc), they must return the items, or pay for the materials prior to a yearbook being issued at the end of the year. Reminders have gone out throughout the year to prompt students to return materials. Students who are unsure what they owe, or are unsure how to pay can see Mrs. Baas in the Learning Commons

Do you have board games or puzzles that are collecting dust? We are looking for suitable board games (that could be played within a single lunch hour – for example: Uno, Chess, Anomia, Apples to Apples) and appropriate puzzles (500-1000 pieces) to add to our newly developing collection in the Library Learning Commons. If you have any that you are willing to donate, please drop them off in the office, or bring them to Mrs. Baas (sbaas@sd62.bc.ca) in the Library Learning Commons.

Belmont’s Theatre Company is proud to present “Once Upon a Mattress”

A charming fairytale turned on its head! The Princess and the Pea has never sounded so good or been so funny! A wimpy prince, a domineering Queen, a mute King, and a brash Princess are only a few of the quirky characters in this musical! FOUR SHOWS ONLY! Fun for the whole family!

Climbing Academy Competition Highlights

On Friday, February 17th, our climbing academy students competed in our first bouldering competition against Stellys, Chemainus and Cowichan. Everyone worked very hard to prepare for the event and achieved a personal best. Some of the boulder problems were very challenging! 

Below are some of our highlight results: 

In the Rec Female category: Hanna G. – 4th place  Franchesca P. – 6th place 

In the intermediate Female category:  Annabell H. – 5th place 

In the advanced male category:  Jacob P. – 5th place  Levi P. – 1st place! 

Grad Bottle Drive

A big thank you to everyone who dropped off items for the Grad Bottle drive on Feb 26 and to all the Grads, families, and staff who helped make the day a success! A special thank you to Kate C for organizing. Proceeds will go towards reducing the costs for Prom.



A Google Classroom has been created and all of the community based, and District/Authority scholarships applications have been added. 

Google Classroom code: 2jgukt4

Please join using student’s District Google Accounts (@sd62learns.org)

District awards include:

District/Authority Scholarship – 113 scholarships @ $1,250 each – fine arts, community service, physical activity, Indigenous Language and Culture, applied skills, international languages, technical trades and training. 

Monk Office Scholarship – 3% of the district’s purchase of environmentally friendly office products (we won’t know the amount until May).

Ron Warder Memorial Scholarship – 1 @ $750.

Victor Chen Memorial Scholarship – 1 @ $1,000 (open to students pursuing engineering at a BC post-secondary institution).

Mosaic Forest Management Scholarship – 1 @ $1,000 (for students planning to study forestry – preference given to Indigenous students; consideration may be given to studies in fisheries or other nature. 

Deadline: Friday, April 14, @ 12 p.m

Reminder of other upcoming Deadlines:

  1. Sooke Teachers Association Scholarship

A reminder to grads and families that the STA scholarship is due March 10th.  The link to apply is here: https://sooketeachers.org/scholarship/ 

  1. RE/MAX 2023 Quest for Excellence

The Quest for Excellence Program recognizes the pursuits in leadership and community contributions of Western Canadian students. High school students graduating in 2021 from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon and Northwest Territories are encouraged to write an essay to convey the contributions they have made to enrich the lives of others and their communities through leadership, motivation, volunteering and participation in charitable events or fundraising.

Deadline: March 13, 2023

LINK TO APPLY: https://remax-camosun-victoria-bc.com/apply-for-the-re-max-2023-quest-for-excellence/ 

  1. Power Pioneers Community Service Award

The BC Hydro Power Pioneers are recognizing youth who have excelled in community service. There are twenty $500 awards available throughout British Columbia. We’re looking for students who have made outstanding contributions in their local community for a considerable amount of time or have initiated, organized or contributed significantly to a one–time project.

Deadline: March 31, yearly

LINK TO APPLY: https://www.powerpioneers.com/media/2021/01/BCH20-030-PowerPioneers_CommunityServiceAward_Application-FillableARE.pdf 

  1. BC Retired Principals and Vice-Principals Association Scholarship

Up to seven $1000 bursaries/scholarships are awarded to students who are continuing their education at an accredited post-secondary institution in Canada. (Those planning a “gap year” should apply in the first year in which they register in a post-secondary program.) Students who are pursuing education in trades, technical, and career fields, as well as those entering universities and colleges, are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be judged on their academic achievements and demonstrated leadership and service activities both within the school and community. Financial need will also be considered.
Deadline: Due March 31st, 2023

LINK TO APPLY: https://bcrpvpa.ca/scholarships/

As always, please reach out to Mrs. Hoskins for support via email: choskins@sd62.bc.ca or in the careers office in C and D block (A119)

Settling into Semester Two

Important Upcoming Dates

  • Feb 13-16th – Grade 9-11 Course Selections
  • Feb 17th – Tri City Pro D Day – No School in Session
  • Feb 20th – Family Day – No School in Session
  • Feb 21-24th – Grade 8 Course Selection
  • Feb 22th – Pink Shirt Day

Belmont’s Theatre Company

Is proud to present “Once Upon a Mattress” A charming fairytale turned on its head! The Princess and the Pea has never sounded so good or been so funny! A wimpy prince, a domineering Queen, a mute King, and a brash Princess are only a few of the quirky characters in this musical! FOUR SHOWS ONLY! Fun for the whole family!

March 2nd            7 pm (doors open at 6:30)

March 3rd            7 pm (doors open at 6:30)

March 4th            2 pm (doors open at 1:30) AND 7 pm (doors open at 6:30)

Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults! Tickets are available in cash at the door or at this link: https://sd62.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/15407/137/False/True

We were excited to welcome NDP federal leader Jagmeet Singh, and MP Alistair McGregor to Belmont Secondary school. They met with a group of grade 11 students who were keen to be involved in providing feedback about the future of Canada. The students posed excellent questions!

Belmont was honoured to welcome role model and alumna, Doreen Scow, to teach students beading techniques

Upcoming Scholarship Deadlines:

Sooke Teachers Association Scholarship

Each year the Sooke Teachers Association offers 7 scholarships to graduating students.  There are 3 set aside for children of STA members and the rest are open to all SD62 graduating students.  All grads who meet the Criteria For Consideration below are encouraged to apply:

  1. The Interview
  2. Leadership in service to and support of others
  3. Financial Need
  4. Academic Standing

Deadline: March 10th, 2023

For the application, click the link below:

Lionel High School Chemistry Scholarships

Multiple renewable awards for $4000 available.  This national scholarship offers renewable $4000 per year for four years of study in a chemistry related program. Key criteria include academic achievement and financial need. 

Deadline: March 10th

For more information click the link below:


Remax Quest for Excellence Scholarship

To apply for the Quest for Excellence scholarship, eligible students are invited to write and submit an online essay* up to 1,250 words in length, answering one of the following questions:

  1. What does a “bright future” look like for you?
  2. How have you demonstrated leadership or charity within your community to make it a better place?
  3. How can we ensure fair and affordable housing for all Canadians?

Deadline: March 13th, 2023

Click the link below for more information or to access the application:


As always, please reach out to Mrs. Hoskins for support.  Support is available in C and D block in the Careers Office (A119) or via email anytime.  Ensure you start your applications early so there are no surprises!

Welcome to Semester Two

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Upcoming Important Dates

  • January 30-Feb 2 Grad Photo Retakes
  • January 31st – Start of Semester 2
  • February 3rd – RCMP Basketball Tournament
  • Feb 3-10 – Grade 9-11 Class Visits for Course Selection
  • Feb 6th – Pro D Day – School Planning No school in session.

A huge congratulations to all of the Grade 12 students who have completed their Capstones! Their creativity and unique perspectives were inspiring. A massive thank you to all of the Belmont staff and community members who made this day possible!

Scholarship Deadlines Approaching:

Pathway to Teacher Education Scholarship – BC Ministry of Education

The Pathway to Teacher Education Scholarship is awarded to 20 outstanding high school graduates who have demonstrated a commitment and aptitude for a career path in K-12 teaching. Winners receive a $5,000 scholarship voucher to redeem when they are registered and attending an approved K-12 teacher education program at one of BC’s nine Faculties of Education. 

Deadline:  February 15th, 2023


Sooke Teachers Association Scholarship:

Sooke Teachers’ Association offers 6 scholarships to students graduating in SD62.  Three of these are set aside for children of STA members and 3 are open to any graduating students. The criteria to apply are:

  • Academic standing
  • Leadership in service to and in support of others
  • Financial need
  • A successful interview if shortlisted

Deadline: March 10th, 2023

You can access the application at the following link: https://sooketeachers.org/scholarship/

Remax Quest for Excellence 2023

The Quest for Excellence Program recognizes the pursuits in leadership and community contributions of Western Canadian students. High school students graduating in 2021 from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon and Northwest Territories are encouraged to write an essay on the following:

  • What does a “bright future” look like for you?
  • How have you demonstrated leadership or charity within your community to make it a better place?
  • How can we ensure fair and affordable housing for all Canadians?

Deadline: March 13, 2023   

Applications can be accessed at the following link:

Apply for the RE/MAX 2023 Quest for Excellence®

Other Upcoming Deadlines for Specialized BC Scholarships:

  1. Women’s Cyber Security Scholarships

Deadline: February 28th, 2023


  1. Kochhar Accounting Scholarship

Deadline: March 31st, 2023


  1. 10 Words or Less Scholarship

Deadline: April 15th, 2023


  1. Mission Creek Orthodontics Scholarship

Deadline: April 15th, 2023


  1. Abbott Painter’s Langley

Deadline: April 15th, 2023


Welcome Back

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Upcoming Important Dates

  • Jan 18th Capstone Presentations
  • Jan 16-20th Literacy 12 French Oral Assessments
  • Jan 16th – Course Selection Booklets posted on Belmont website
  • Jan 20th Winter Dance Show
  • Jan 23-27th Grad Assessments
  • Jan 20-Feb 2nd – Grad Photo Retakes
  • Jan 30th – Turnaround Day
  • Jan 31st – First Day of Second Semester

Turnaround Day and First Day of Second Semester

January 30th will be what is known as a Turnaround day for students – students will only attend if they have made appointments with teachers to make up any missing work or need to hand items in.

January 31st will be the 1st day of Semester 2 – students will have access to their semester two schedule on their Myed portal.

Dear Belmont Students and Families/Caregivers,

We hope that everyone has had a good start to the new year!

As we make our way to Semester 2, we also start to plan ahead for the next school year. Below is an overview of the course selection process. Students will also receive more information in-person at school over the next two months. 

An important piece of the course selection process is that students are able to access their MyEd accounts. More information on accessing MyEd is available on the Belmont website: https://belmont.web.sd62.bc.ca/students/myed-student-portal-information/

Counsellors will be visiting classes from Feb 3-10 to go through the course selection process with students. Students can also connect with their counselor for help with selecting courses or accessing MyEd: https://belmont.web.sd62.bc.ca/resources/counselling/

Belmont Secondary continues to offer personalized, flexible learning opportunities for students. New for September 2023 we are introducing Online Learning as another way to provide choice for students. Belmont students will have access to SD62 Online Learning Course(s) within the Belmont Secondary School building. Students can choose to take one or more of their Grade 10-12 course(s) via online learning when they complete their BSS course selection.

Key Dates:

Jan. 16: 2023/2024 Course selection booklets are now posted on Belmont website: https://belmont.web.sd62.bc.ca/students/course-selection/ 

Feb. 3 – Feb. 10: Information on courses and the course selection information will be shared with students in grades 9-11 through class visits. 

Feb. 13 – 21: Gr. 9-11 course selection window

Your student can show you the courses they have selected on their MyEd account before the window closes on Feb. 21. Please ask them to show you and have a conversation about the choices they have made and how the courses will help them to meet their future goals.

We are looking forward to helping students plan ahead for success next year!

Thank you,

Belmont Admin Team 

RCMP join Belmont Students and Staff on January 16th for a morning meet and greet

Congrats to the Sr Girls Basketball team for winning Totem 67!! “It’s Kind Of A Big Deal!”

MVP Nicola Spaven, All Star Mikayla Eadie, and Player of the Games Irene Parra, Emma Flarrow and Nicola Spaven

Students make batteries in Chemistry 12!

Katelyn Vandermark  and Emma Libreiro are testing out the batteries they have created.

The Belmont Dance Program presents:

The Belmont Winter Dance Showcase on Friday, January 20th @ 7:00 PM in the Belmont Theatre! We will be showcasing a variety of dance styles as well as student choreographed pieces from our Dance Performance and Technique class and Dance Company. Tickets are $5.00 for students and $7.00 for adults. They are available on School Cash Online and in the office. We hope to see you all there!

A Message from the Learning Commons

In an effort to maintain our current resources, we respectfully request that all students return their materials to the learning commons when they are due. Novels/Graphic novels have a 2 week due date (they can be renewed). Semester 1 textbooks are due back by January 27th, 2023.  This year, when Semester 2 textbooks are being distributed, if students have overdue or lost materials, they will not be issued textbooks or other materials. Materials need to be returned or paid for prior to textbooks being distributed.

Student Achievements  

Legion Branch 91 new T-Shirt Logo Design Contest

Winner – Wendy Tran

Annual Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest – Royal Canadian Legion 

Cameron Pelletier Grade 11 1st Place Senior Essay 

Cameron Pelletier Grade 11 2nd Place Senior Color Poster 

Team Canada: Junior Roller Derby World Cup – Valance, France July 2023 

Naomi Morrell: https://www.vicnews.com/sports/i-just-started-yelling-victoria-teen-makes-national-roller-derby-team/ 

Scholarship Update:

There are several important scholarship deadlines approaching.  Please see below:

  1. YVR Youth Art Foundation Scholarship
  2. There are 7 of these $5000 awards available to students in BC who identify as First Nations.  Students applying must:
  • Be at least 17 years old
  • Be pursuing visual arts at a credited art program or through an art mentorship
  • Create art that connects with First Nations culture and identity

Please click the link below for more information and eligibility requirements: 

Deadline: January 27th, 2023

  1. Canadian Women in STEM: Robotics Scholarship

This $10,000 award is given out annually to a women involved in robotics with a strong dedication to promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in the field of STEM.  

Students who are interested are encouraged to click the link below for more information on eligibility requirements and application instructions: 

Deadline: January 31st, 2023

  1. TEAL Charitable Foundation Awards

TEAL charitable foundation offers several awards, yearly, to students who are English Language Learners and/or Refugees.  Please click the link below for more information on specific awards or reach out to Mrs. Hoskins if you are interested: 

Deadline: January 31st, 2023 

  1. BC Excellence Scholarship – Belmont Nomination Required

To be considered for this award, you must be nominated by Belmont.  Our nominee then applies to the province for one of 55 Excellence Scholarship vouchers of $5000.  Successful students will have demonstrated community service in/out of school and shown aptitude and commitment to their chosen career OR post-secondary path.  To be considered as the Belmont nominee, please complete the nomination form posted in the grad google classroom. 

For more information, click the link below: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/k-12/support/scholarships/provincial-scholarships/bc-excellence-scholarships

Deadline for nomination form: February 1st, 2023

Deadline for formal application: February 15th, 2023

  1. Pathways to Teacher Education Scholarship

These 20 awards are $5000.  They are awarded by the Ministry of Education to students who have demonstrated commitment to a career in K-12 teaching. 

For more information and eligibility requirements please click the link below: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/k-12/support/scholarships/provincial-scholarships/pathway-to-teacher-education-scholarship 

Deadline: February 15th, 2023

Other Upcoming Deadlines: 

  1. Kin Canada Bursaries – February 1st, 2023


  1. Young Women in Public Affairs – Zonta – February 1st, 2023
  1. SD62 District Awards – TBA (applications should be out in February)
  2. Belmont Awards – TBA
  3. PAC Bursaries – TBA

As always, Grade 12 students are encouraged to reach out to Mrs. Hoskins for support when they need it with applications, nominations, deadlines, and award eligibility.  Please advise grads to check the Grad Google Classroom and the Belmont Scholarship Website regularly for upcoming scholarships and bursaries: