Skip to content

Chilliwack Foundation scholarships awarded to 56 Chilliwack grads

Scholarships to local students from the Chilliwack Foundation totalled $55,500 for 2023
Chilliwack Foundation scholarship recipients announced for 2023. (Pixabay)

A total of 56 Chilliwack graduates shared a pool of $55,500 in scholarships from the Chilliwack Foundation.

The following 2023 grads received funds from the F. Clifford Brown Scholarships, the Dr. Anne Sussel Science Awards, the Bowes Education Awards, the Frank George Memorial Awards, the Jack Williams Memorial Awards, the Don Urquhart McGillivray Memorial Award, the John & Joy Helders Awards, the Luscombe/VonBylberg Memorial Scholarships, the Chilliwack 1993 BC Summer Games Legacy Awards, the Dr. Tony Newby Memorial Scholarships, the Dr. Carmen Kirkness Memorial Scholarship, and the Atchelitz Farmers Institute Scholarship.

Chilliwack Secondary School: Nicole DoyDoy, Emily Peppiat, Katherine Hilal, Tisha Bansal, Ella Chen, Jenna Graham, Fiona Mjekiqi, Sara Shahid, Hannah Simmonds, Ryder Stockman-Smoke, Nolan Heikkila, Megan Tibbles, Sydney Temple, Avery McCluskey, Markus Westermenk

G.W. Graham Secondary School: Ryan Cabungcal, Rida Khan, Raine Brisson, Rida Khan, Lily Renaud, Jaxon Sanderson, Isabel Sukra, Taylor Adams, Kirat Chhina, Juliet Garama, Darien Krys, Isabel Martinello, Sierra Vance, Micah Vroege, Leeza Simona, Jordan Polesello, Taylor Thomson

Independent Schools: Cadence Harder, Owen Bosma

Kw’íyeqel Secondary School: Kenisha David

Sardis Secondary School: Sophia Klassen, Malia Sladek, Hailey Gagnon, Shayla Dool, Eden Wedel, William Voth, Palmer Tiago, Christina Slingerland, Minjae Seo, Claire Pinckney, Justin Hari, Kaitlyn Gofers, Madisyn Kennedy, Rachael Arnold, Kassidy Hewitt, Taylor Bowden, Emelie Klammer, Ryan Shea, Brooklyn Pickford, Ethan Buchanan, Isaac Bil

Every dollar donated to the Chilliwack Foundation is invested in perpetuity and only the income from these investments is used to provide scholarships to Chilliwack graduates.

READ MORE: Photos of Chilliwack graduates 2023

Jennifer Feinberg

About the Author: Jennifer Feinberg

I have been a Chilliwack Progress reporter for 20+ years, covering the arts, city hall, as well as Indigenous, and climate change stories.
Read more