2013 Scholarships awarded to Year 13 Students
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Scholarships/Awards available for leaving Year 13 Students.
(This applies to NZ permanent residents only)
- Sir Arthur Sims ScholarshipsEstablished by Lady Sims in memory of her late husband, Sir Arthur Sims, himself an old boy and generous benefactor of Christchurch Boys’ High School. Available to students intending to study a degree course at Lincoln University. The award of these scholarships are conditional on gaining Level 3 NCEA 60 credits in achievement and/or unit standards over 3, 4 or 5 subjects. This is a supplement to other scholarships including Sports Scholarships. These scholarships may be continued in subsequent years provided satisfactory academic performance is maintained. Value is $1,000 - $1,500 for 2012.
Applications close 1 November 2012
- John Wilson Memorial ScholarshipsEstablished by Mrs D M F Wilson in memory of her son John. Awarded to student/students intending to study Science at the University of Canterbury. It is intended to include computing and engineering (intermediate) provided there is a good Science component. Value $2,000 for 2012.
Applications close 31 October 2012.
- A N V Dobbs Memorial ScholarshipsAvailable to students who are about to enter university. Preference is given to those studying for the Bachelor of Commerce degree. This Scholarship will be awarded for the first three years provided satisfactory academic performance is maintained. Value $3,000 for 2012.
Applications close 31 October 2012.
- Lonsdale ScholarshipsScholarships will be awarded to first year students at the University of Canterbury on the results of the NCEA Level 3 who have attended a secondary school in Canterbury for three years. Scholarships will only be awarded in cases of financial hardship and applicants will be means tested. Tenable for up to three years. Value $750 per annum.
Applications close 31 March 2012.
- Clark Boyce Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2000. It is awarded annually to the student of Christchurch Boys’ High School who gains the highest mark in English in the Level 3 NCEA end of year examinations and is proceeding to do Law at University. Where a student is not doing Year 13 English in the year of the award his other subjects will be considered for their relevance to likely succeed in law papers - eg classical studies, history. Value $1,500 for 2012.
- Asia 2000 David Holborow Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded for undergraduate study by a New Zealand student of Korean descent. This scholarship can be reapplied for in subsequent years. Value of the Scholarship is $3,000 for 2012.
Applications close 11 November 2012.
- J F Moffat ScholarshipEstablished in 1987 by an old boy John F Moffat. Mr Moffat was a pupil, Monitor and a senior teacher in Chemistry and Mathematics at Christchurch Boys’ High School. The scholarship is awarded to a student who intends studying Chemistry at the University of Canterbury. This scholarship is awarded following the NCEA Level 3 examination results.
- Bickerton Widdowson Trust Awards
This award was established in 1950 for students of Christchurch Boys’ High School proceeding to Canterbury University. It is awarded to students who receive a scholarship in the NCEA Level 3 examinations. Value $1,000 per scholarship 2012.
- A D Tench Awards
Established in the memory of Anthony Duncan Tench, an old boy, for students taking a Science Course (pure science, engineering medicine) at a New Zealand University. Up to three awarded annually. Value for 2012 is $1,000 each. The awards are awarded following the NCEA Level 3 examination results.
- David Close Awards
Established in 2001 in recognition of the contribution Councillor David Close (a former staff member of Christchurch Boys’ High School) made to the City during his time on Council from October 1977 to his retirement in 2000. The award is intended to encourage local students to consider tertiary education which may then lead to employment in local government. In particular, those students who face personal or financial challenges are especially urged to apply. Value of the Scholarship for 2012 is $4,000.
Enrolment is required at the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University or the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology. Three awards are awarded annually.
Applications close 31 January 2012.