Grad Awards

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Grad Awards

The following awards have, in the past, been presented during the graduation ceremony. This list will be updated throughout the school year. Note that some of the awards involve an application process.

Awards with a Special Application Process:

Presented to students who have been involved in many aspects of high school life.  Application available in guidance in spring.

Presented to a graduating student who has displayed an active involvement in the parish. Check the parish bulletin for details.

Presented to a former St. Boniface student who is pursuing post-secondary education.

See your Guidance Counsellor for more details – applications due in grade 11

Presented to a student who has achieved high academic achievement, involved in extra curricular activities, demonstrates leadership and service to the community and their faith.

Presented to graduates who demonstrate exemplary performance in one or more of the award categories through academic achievement and participation in extra-curricular school activities. 2016 Application Form

1.     Literary Arts

2.     Performing Arts

3.     Athleticism

4.     Math, Science, or Technology

5.     Faith and Social Justice

6.     Catholic Youth Leadership

 

Awards determined by staff based on specific criteria (no application process):

Presented to a student for exemplary community contribution or outstanding achievement through volunteer activity

Presented to a student pursuing a career in the Culinary Arts and demonstrates a high degree of competence in the Culinary Arts.

Presented to a student who has excellent academics and demonstrates service above self at school and in the community.

Presented to the female with the highest academic average in 6 university level courses.

Presented to a student who has demonstrated exemplary volunteerism in the area of poverty.

Presented to the female student with the highest average in grade 12 University level Chemistry.

Presented to a student who has demonstrated good academic and or personal achievement and is held in high regard by staff and peers.

Presented to the student who has made significant contribution to the quality of student life and whose character and accomplishments exemplify the mission of the school

Presented to a student continuing with post-secondary education for academic achievement, involvement in extra-curricular activities and exemplary community service.

Presented to a graduate who is studying mathematics at the college level and has shown great improvement through perseverance and hard work.

Presented to a student who embraces life, sees each day as a new beginning and presents a positive outlook which adds joy to the lives of others.

Presented to a student who shows compassion, strong commitment, perseverance and lives a spiritual and faith filled life.

Presented to a student who possesses an extraordinary enthusiasm for life, takes time for everyone and values family, friends and the school community.

Presented to a student who is involved in the spiritual life of the school and exemplifies the Catholic Faith.

Presented to a resident of the Lakeshore district who has demonstrated leadership and good citizenship and is involved in their school. And community.

Presented to students who have demonstrated outstanding effort in Auto Co op placement and Motive Power or Truck and Coach in school courses.

Presented to a student who embodied the Gospel tenants in their home, school and parish.

Presented to the student with highest academic standing in their senior courses.

Presented to a graduate who exemplifies leadership in social justice and typifies the objectives of a Catholic school.

Presented to a student who contributes to the school in co-curricular programs, leads by example and encourages others.

Presented to two graduates who have demonstrated exceptional effort and personal achievement.

Presented to a student who works quietly behind the scenes on a broad spectrum of school activities without expecting anything in return.

Presented to a University bound student, a College bound student and a student bound for the World of Work who have demonstrated student excellence based on criteria that includes the OCGE.

Presented to two students who excel in academics, and leadership involvement within the school and the wider community.