Awards

SCHOLARSHIPS

UBC Major Entrance Scholarship 

Selected from 10,000 students entering UBC in 2015 for a Major Entrance Scholarship, the most prestigious award UBC awarded to entering students with outstanding leadership contributions to their communities in service, arts, athletics and the school.

UBC Trek Excellence Scholarship 

Awarded for an academic average ranking in the top 5% of the Faculty of Science

BC Retired Principals and Vice Principals Association Scholarship 

See profile in http://bcrpvpa.ca/docs/BCR012016.pdf

” Quote from Teacher of French and Creative Writing: Every teacher I spoke to shares my appreciation of Shanna’s commitment to academic pursuits, but she also endears herself to other students and teachers with her kindness, grace and firm ability to fulfill promises and commitments. Her peers are motivated by her passion and dedication.”

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Scholarship

Four scholarships are given out in Canada each year, and only one is awarded to a student in Western Canada.

http://cdnmedhall.org/sites/default/files/2015_scholarship_winners.pdf

Yahoo! Finance article “Future medical leaders off to a great start with Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Scholarship

Same article on Newswire.ca Future Medical leaders off to a great start with Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Scholarship

“The four scholarship recipients are: Shanna Yeung of Vancouver, British Columbia; Charmaine Holland of Fort Erie, Ontario; Alexander Ni of Pierrefonds, Quebec; and Catherine Dunne of Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador. Between them these young leaders have received more than 40 academic and leadership awards and have founded or contributed significantly to 15 community service and charitable organizations.  Read more about these accomplished students in the attached fact sheets or on our website. CLICK HERE

“This year’s scholarship recipients are truly over-the-top achievers who have demonstrated leadership skills and passion for community engagement through their academic and extra-curricular success…,” said Lissa Foster, CMHF Executive Director.”