The SD 35 Scholarship Database is not comprehensive. It was designed to assist Langley students and reflects scholarships that SD 35 students have been successful in securing in the past. Please note that you will need to research any scholarships that you wish to apply for as dates and criteria are subject to change.
You are able to search this database below by scholarship type:
SD 35 Scholarship Database Key Descriptors
Aboriginal – Indigenous or First Nation’s ancestry
Affiliation – Participation or involvement with a particular group or organization
Athletic – Sport specific affiliation
Bursary – Demonstrated financial need
Business – Scholarships specifically for students pursuing Business related fields
Entrance – Available for first-time applicants, often GPA focused scholarship
Fine Art – Scholarships specifically for students studying Fine Arts such as preforming, visual or music
Health – Adversity through health challenges
International – Non-Canadian Citizen
Leadership – Over 200 hours volunteer service within the school or community
National – Very competitive award, usually looking at academics and high level of service involvement
Nomination – Selection determined by the school scholarship committee
Other – Essay required or does not meet criteria for other types
Science – Scholarships specifically for students studying Sciences such as computer science, engineering or physics
Teacher – Scholarships specifically for students pursuing Education degrees
Trade – Scholarships specifically for students pursuing a Trade as identified by the Industry Training Authority
Kassandra & her family are part of the fabric of what the Storm is today.
At the age of 22 on May 3, 2011, Kassandra was on her way home from a practice with her Storm Senior Women's team when she was killed in a collision with a drunk driver just a block away from Sullivan Park at the intersection of 152nd St and 64 Ave.
Kassandra had played with the Storm Senior women's team, had been a coach on Storm's 97A team when they were in U14, along with her family - Vic & Markita who have been long time concession operators for Storm & Newton Fastpitch at Sullivan Park. Kassandra's cousin - Darren Kaulius has also had a long involvement with Storm, most recently in coaching roles with our 2001B and 2003A teams.
In her honour, Storm players wear the "K2" logo on their helmets & Storm through Senior Women's coach Rob Upton and Darren Kaulius helps to run the Kassandra Kaulius Memorial Tournament to help provide scholarship funds for other young women playing the game.