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School Spirit

Academic Recognition

Students who achieve a high standing in their academic and extra-curricular endeavours will be recognized at the awards assemblies held each term and at the end of the school year.

Criteria for awards presented at the June Awards at Bob Edwards School.

Perfect Attendance

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • student has been punctual and present all the days of the school year
  • beginning date is the first day of the school year with the cutoff date being the last day of classes before exams
  • no lates for school (excused lates are not accepted)
  • certificates are presented

Honour Roll

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • student has been on the Honor Roll each of the 4 terms and has achieved an average of 80% on the final exams with no failures in exams
  • certificate and a small token gift are presented

Subject Excellence Awards

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • in academics, student demonstrates outstanding achievement in the subject area by achieving the top mark as calculated by using scores from all 4 semesters
  • student is a good citizen and demonstrates good participation

Leadership

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • student attends leadership meetings consistently, volunteers for activities, displays a positive attitude and shows school spirit
  • students acts as role model throughout all areas of the school academically and as a citizen
  • students are nominated from amongst themselves for each grade level with the teacher sponsor(s) making the final decision
  • 1 medallion per grade level is presented along with a letter of congratulations

Alykhan Service Award

  • grade 9 students only are eligible
  • student is a good representative of Bob Edwards School who participates in school activities, is a good role model for others having a good attitude towards teachers, peers and the school
  • devotes personal time to helping others in the school and the community at large student’s name is engraved on the school plaque and student will also receive a smaller plaque to keep and a letter of congratulations

Citizenship

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • 1 student per grade is chosen
  • student is nominated by staff
  • student is cooperative, contributes positively to school life, shows initiative and concern for others, is helpful to staff, peers and others
  • student’s name is engraved on the school trophy and student will also receive a smaller plaque to keep and a letter of congratulations

Top Athlete (Female and Male)

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • 1 female and 1 male per grade are chosen
  • student must be part of several interscholastic school teams while maintaining passing grades in academic and complementary subjects
  • student is a positive role model and an excellent student in PE. This means that the student is always ready for class, participates, is helpful to others (peers and teachers) and has a positive attitude
  • student’s name is engraved on the school trophy and student will also receive a smaller plaque to keep and a letter of congratulations

Top Academic

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • student has the highest overall average for the year as calculated by using all 4 report cards, the final exams and all other course work
  • is awarded for the English and French programs
  • student’s name in engraved on the school trophy and student will receive a smaller trophy to keep and a letter of congratulations

Top All Around

  • students in all grades are eligible
  • is a top citizen, scholar and athlete and has made contributions in the complementary subject areas
  • contributes positively to all aspects of school life
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