Scholarships

Surrey resident Evan MacNamara, 20, received a Standing Tall Award from Coast Capital Savings last year. (YouTube photo)

VIDEO: Emotional ‘Standing Tall’ award moment for Surrey student musician

Prior to death, Evan MacNamara’s father wrote Coast Capital Savings with a request to help his son

 

Madeline Lauener stands with her family after celebrating her graduation from SFU. (Photo: Submitted)

Tweedy grad awarded scholarship

Madeline Lauener will work toward her master’s at UBC

 

Southridge Grade 12 student Helena Hockertz (inset) was awarded for her film portfolio that included Beginning to End to Beginning. (Contributed, YouTube)

South Surrey student receives $10,000 Scholastic scholarship

Grade 12 student Helena Hockertz received the Gold Medal Portfolio Award

 

The first ever Optimist International Musical Happiness Competition is open to kids aged 11 to 18. (needpix.com)

Scholarship money up for grabs in Optimist International’s musical happiness competition for youth

Competition in recognition of International Day of Happiness, open to kids 11 to 18

The first ever Optimist International Musical Happiness Competition is open to kids aged 11 to 18. (needpix.com)
Peter and Stephanie Chung. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Surrey philanthropists presenting $285K in scholarships on Saturday

Drs. Peter and Stephanie Chung over the past nine years have awarded more than 500 students, in memory of their son Joseph

Peter and Stephanie Chung. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
The Pat Quinn Classic has been a popular tournament for top bantam and peewee teams in recent years, but COVID-19 means there will be no physical event this season. The scholarships established by the tournament are carrying on. (Pat Quinn Classic photo)

Pat Quinn Classic scholarships continue even as COVID cancels tournament

Female and male bantam players province wide are encouraged to apply for $1,000 scholarships

The Pat Quinn Classic has been a popular tournament for top bantam and peewee teams in recent years, but COVID-19 means there will be no physical event this season. The scholarships established by the tournament are carrying on. (Pat Quinn Classic photo)
Jassi Sidhu was killed in India in 2000. (THE NEWS/files)
Jassi Sidhu was killed in India in 2000. (THE NEWS/files)
Surrey student Harjot Bal has received a TD Community Leadership scholarship. (onebloodforlife.com screenshot/Contributed photo)

Surrey student earns TD Community Leadership scholarship

Harjot Bal recognized for his One Blood For Life Foundation

Surrey student Harjot Bal has received a TD Community Leadership scholarship. (onebloodforlife.com screenshot/Contributed photo)
A scholarship in the name of Cliff Annable – a former White Rock councillor and retired executive director of the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce – will be awarded to three Peninsula grads this year. (File photo)

Scholarship to honour White Rock’s Cliff Annable launched

Three Peninsula grads to receive $1,500 award

A scholarship in the name of Cliff Annable – a former White Rock councillor and retired executive director of the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce – will be awarded to three Peninsula grads this year. (File photo)
Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry

Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry

Donations to support scholarships at Christ Church Cathedral School

Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry
KPU Instructor David Burns is spearheading a project that would get students into Kwantlen based on portfolios. (Submitted photo)

Portfolios, not grades, will soon get students into Kwantlen Polytechnic University

KPU instructor is working with Surrey School District to spearhead pilot admissions program

KPU Instructor David Burns is spearheading a project that would get students into Kwantlen based on portfolios. (Submitted photo)
Submitted photo                                Lorne Fraser created a fund 35 years ago that gives scholarships and bursaries to those with mental illness.

Surrey mental health advocate Lorne Fraser remembered as ‘gentle and passionate’

Surrey resident created a fund that’s helped those with mental illness further their education

Submitted photo                                Lorne Fraser created a fund 35 years ago that gives scholarships and bursaries to those with mental illness.