Parkland grads net $95,000 in scholarships

Twenty of last year’s Parkland graduates netted scholarships to the University of Victoria this year totalling a whopping $95,000

Twenty of last year’s Parkland graduates netted scholarships to the University of Victoria this year totalling a whopping $95,000.

“It really is impressive and it speaks to the students we have here at Parkland,” said the school’s new Vice-Principal, Aaron Buckham.

Some of the scholarships earned were entrance scholarships while others were more specific scholarships which will see some of the students using the funds throughout their post-secondary educations.

List of recipients

– Andrew Bates

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Diana Chomack

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Caitlin Curtis

Richard and Elizabeth Flury Scholarship

– Catriona Dempsey

Donald & Evelyn Munro Scholarships, UVic Excellence Scholarship

– Tamara Esselink

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Alyssa Fraser

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Aron Funk

President’s Entrance Scholarship

– Brienne Gloeckler

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Katelyn Harrison

General Undergraduate Scholarship

– Sophie Hegland

Faculty of Engineering: Dean’s Entrance Scholarship

UVic Excellence Scholarship

– Emily Hemstock

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Reece Hoffmann

UVic Excellence Scholarship

– Jesiah Hunter

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Melissa Jost

Uvic Entrance Scholarship

– Stephen Kwan

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Katherine Lawrence

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Drake Lovett

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Weijing Sun

UVic Entrance Scholarship

– Ryan Trelford

President’s Entrance Scholarship

– Holly Yee

UVic Entrance Scholarship

 

 

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