Scholarships

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Keystone Mathematics Scholarship


Keystone Mathematics Scholarship Exam JUNE 1st , 2019 - Reserve your space now!

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Mathematics Scholarship challenges students who are talented mathematicians by providing them with unique opportunities for academic discovery. Keystone International Schools is proud to participate in multiple mathematics competitions in the school year, and recipients of this scholarship are expected to train and participate in all mathematics competitions within the given school year. Mathematics Scholarship has recently been expanded to attract top prospective high school students entering grades 9-12, and remaining at Keystone for at least one school year.

Selection Criteria

Students applying to Keystone International Schools who wish to apply for the scholarship must take the advanced Mathematics Assessment Test and the scholarship amount will be determined based on the student's score.

Mathematics Scholar candidates must:

• Be 13- 17 years old.

• Have above average English literacy capabilities. (interview)

• Achieve a minimum overall GPA of 80% in their last year of schooling.

• Active participation in volunteer and extra-curricular activities is strongly recommended.

 

Keystone Academic Achievement Bursary


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Keystone International Secondary School is proud to offer Academic Achievement Bursary to our local students. This is an opportunity to learn in a fair, transparent, and equitable educational environment focused on project-based learning in the heart of historic Toronto. 

Successful applicants must meet the following conditions in order for the scholarship to be conferred and renewed each semester: (1) remain enrolled at Keystone until the diploma has been conferred (2) maintain an average grade of "B" or 73 percent overall each semester (3) agree to abide by Keystone Student Code of Conduct. 

Interested candidates are invited to complete the application form and pending approval, attend a face-to-face interview and tour of the school with the Principal accompanied by their parent or guardian.