Scholarships & Bursaries
Are you interested in making Aspengrove your school and taking advantage of the great things it has to offer? Are you the kind of student who likes challenges? Who contributes to your school life? Who wants to make a difference in their community? Are you looking for leadership opportunities?
If so, then you are the kind of student we are looking for.
We believe that education is one of the most important investments that families can make. But we also recognize that not every student who would benefit from an Aspengrove education is able to afford the full cost.
Here’s the good news: Many of our students receive some support to help their families afford Aspengrove. How does this happen?
A number of merit-based Entrance Scholarships are awarded to new applicants entering grades 8-12 who have a record of high academic achievement, involvement in fine arts and athletics, an interest in community service and a commitment to the world around them. In short, we’re looking for strong students who want to contribute to their school community in a number of areas, not just the classroom.
There are also a limited number of scholarships available to current Aspengrove students entering grades 8-12 in the coming year.
Our Financial Aid Program also includes bursaries which are open to students in all grades from K-12.
The Bursary Program helps support those families who might not otherwise be able to attend Aspengrove due to financial constraints. Bursaries are grants, not loans. They are based on need, and families are never asked to repay them. Aspengrove bursaries cover partial tuition fees. Students must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment to be eligible.
Aspengrove Bursaries are provided through the generosity of families who want to help make your academic dream come true.
Families apply for a bursary by completing a confidential application that is assessed by an independent company. An award recommendation is made to Aspengrove approximately one month after receipt of the completed application. The school’s bursary decisions are made thereafter based on a family’s needs and available resources.
Applications received by February 28 will be considered for the first round of awards. Subsequent applications will be considered as funds become available.
For application forms and additional information, please contact Elisabeth Reay by in our admissions office:
7660 Clark Drive
Lantzville, British Columbia
Canada V0R 2H0
Phone: (250) 390-2201
Fax: (250) 390-2281
The school has a progressive sibling discount on tuition fees:
|1st child||Full fees|
|2nd & 3rd child||5% discount|
|Subsequent children||10% discount|
Our parents told us the top reasons they chose Aspengrove for their childrens' education.