OUAC and OCAS Mid Term marks
Student transcripts for OUAC and OCAS were updated this week. It is very important for students to check their on-line accounts for accuracy. Students who are enrolled in independent studies or correspondence courses must check their accounts to make sure that all credits are accounted for. Students should ensure that mid-term marks are reported to Student Services.
Don’t forget to check the deadline to accept your college or university offer! Deadlines for accepting offers to most college or university programs are from mid-May through early June. Many schools will also ask for a tuition or residence deposit about the same time. Keep a close eye on on-line accounts for detailed information about your specific programs.
Applications for HDCH Graduate awards are open. For a link to award descriptions, please check out https://hdch.org/resources/student-services/graduate-awards/
For applications, please check out the links on the Grade 12 group on EDSBY. Deadline for application is May 15!
Grade 11 Students
Each year, HDCH is pleased to award the John Buesink Memorial Award. The bursary is awarded annually to a grade 11 student who is honest, trustworthy, and loving toward people in need, and who has demonstrated giftedness in the business program at HDCH. The applicant will have a clear understanding of Christian principles towards work and business practice. Deadline for application is May 30th.
Check out https://hdch.org/resources/student-services/graduate-awards/ for details.
Submit all application via the link attached:
Lt. Gov. Community Volunteer Award
Even though the community service hour requirement for the OSSD is waived for this year, the Lt. Gov. Community Volunteer Award for Students is still happening; so, record those hours in Hour Republic if you would like to be considered. For details on the award, check out: https://www.ontario.ca/page/honours-and-awards-volunteering
Volunteer Hours Online
Looking to fill volunteer hours online while at home? Simbi, an online reading platform, allows you to narrate stories that are shared with refugee settlements through the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. Any time spent narrating through their Read for Good program makes a difference in global literacy, and gives you volunteer hours!