N.B.C.H.S. administration and staff strive to provide as many opportunities as possible for students to receive recognition for their academic, extra-curricular and community achievements completed during their years of attendance at our school. We encourage each student to work toward achieving success in all activities they involve themselves in. The school and community have collected/donated thousands of dollars of monetary recognition, however, in some cases if you do not apply you will not be eligible. All students are informed that any one student is able to receive a maximum of $3,500.00 at graduation.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THAT YOU DO NOT MISS OUT ON AN AWARD/SCHOLARSHIP. All awards/scholarships/bursaries are based on an average calculated from English A and B 30, a Canadian Studies 30, a Math 30, a Science 30, and one (1) other best 30 level subject. Please note that these scholarships have been awarded in previous years, but may change in the current year.
AWARDS *GOVERNOR-GENERAL NOMINEE (Bronze Medallion) This award is given to the student who achieves the highest average upon graduation from high school. The average includes all grade 11 and 12 courses taken. This award is given at the graduation exercises and is a very prestigious award. Nominees are chosen by the Grad Awards Committee. VALEDICTORIAN This award is given to a student who has the highest number of student activity points (does not include academic points) in six (6) semesters and is on the Grade 12 Honour Roll. This is chosen by the Grad Awards Committee.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GENERAL PROFICIENCY AWARDS The Saskatchewan Department of Education provides bursary awards in the amount of $400 to approximately four (4) students at NBCHS. The awards are based on a student’s Grade 12 average. No application is required.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES THE FOLLOWING AWARDS/SCHOLARSHIPS ARE GIVEN AT GRADUATION: ABOVE AND BEYOND SRC AWARD (LOCAL)
- chosen by the SRC
- amount $250
- given to the student who has demonstrated extra commitment to SRC activities. ACCESS COMMUNICATIONS CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP