24Strong – A Summer Program for Girls

SUMMER PROGRAM:
24strong summer sessions inspires girls to live healthy and active lifestyles. They introduce activities that promote positive body image and self esteem, fun and simple healthy recipes, how to build strong friendships and the importance of taking time to care for your mental health.

BELIEVE:
The BELIEVE program is a six week confidence building program offered to girls ages 9-18. Each week focuses on a different value, incorporating conversation and creation into the lesson. Girls who complete the BELIEVE program will not only be introduced to a group of likeminded new friends, but they will become part of the growing sisterhood of 24STRONG.

ACHIEVE:
The ACHIEVE program is a more intense, ten week, goal oriented program for girls who have completed the BELIEVE program. Incorporating all of the lessons learned during BELIEVE, girls will learn how to set strategic goals and follow through to ACHIEVE. Each week focuses on a different element of goal setting and introduces the girls to a new role model. Each girl has the opportunity to set a goal for herself and work alongside mentors to achieve her goal by the end of the program. Girls will complete ACHIEVE with a tool box full of tips for helping overcome obstacles, staying motivated, finding balance and reaching out for help.

24F.I.I.T
(Fun, intense interval training. ) We STRONGly believe in the overall benefits of sweating. Stay in shape with 24strong’s 50 minute workout class. Combining bodyweight exercises, partner work, core training and potentially some dance parties, you will definitely get your sweat on! 24F.I.I.T is offered weekly at Atlantic Fitness Centre in Charlottetown. Come try it out with a friend! $10/ drop in class.

To register please visit their site 24Strong – register

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Interested in Summer School?

Summer School will take place from July 3rd – August 13th at Colonel Gray High School. Classes take place Monday to Friday from 8:30AM -12:00PM.

Courses available for registration include : ENG 421A, ENG 521A, ENG 621A, CWS 501A, CWS 601A, PHY 521A, and CEO 401A. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for details on how to register.

Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12 Students

Scholar Tree was created with the intent to help reduce student debt, which many students have to take on for post-secondary education. ScholarTree.ca streamlines the scholarship process for students; all they have to do is create a simple profile and based on the information they provide (including school, field of interest, volunteer experience etc.) They will then be matched to all of the scholarships that they qualify for. ScholarTree is 100% free to students!

https://scholartree.ca/educators?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=school_outreach_a

Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12 Students

Scholar Tree was created with the intent to help reduce student debt, which many students have to take on for post-secondary education. ScholarTree.ca streamlines the scholarship process for students; all they have to do is create a simple profile and based on the information they provide (including school, field of interest, volunteer experience etc.) They will then be matched to all of the scholarships that they qualify for. ScholarTree is 100% free to students!

https://scholartree.ca/educators?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=school_outreach_a

Credit Union Scholarship due soon!

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant, parent(s), or legal guardian must be an active member of a credit union on Prince Edward Island.
The applicant must be a full-time Grade 12 student during the 2017-2018 academic school year.
The applicant must be planning to attend a recognized University or College for the 2018-2019 school year. Please see list of all recognized Universities and Colleges here.
Evaluation Components:
Scholarships will be awarded to individuals who encompass a well-rounded character. We are looking for involvement in the community, taking initiative in leadership roles and your overall performance as a student.
Consideration will be given to the following criteria:
Community involvement
Extra-curricular activities
Career goals
Leadership roles
Work accomplishments while attending high school (if applicable)
Application Process:
All applications must include the following documentation on hand in order to complete the application:
Proof of acceptance to a recognized university or college.
A reference letter from a previous teacher, employer, community group/organization of which the applicant is a member of/involved in.
A transcript of marks from the educational institution the applicant is currently attending.
https://www.souriscreditu.com/Home/InOurCommunity/Scholarships/
Application deadline is May 4th, 2018.