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School Spirit

Students’ Union 

Students’ Union would like to thank all of our students, teachers and families who contributed to the 2020 Trojan Mask Fundraiser. One of our very own students entered a city-wide contest with her design of a school mask and won – for that the school received various sizes of these original Bowness Trojan Masks. 

During November, members of Student’s Union volunteered their time to sell these masks and just before Christmas, a donation was made in the name of Bowness High School to Inn From the Cold for $250, a charity that was near and dear to the designer and the Students’ Union.

Stay warm and well and all the best in 2021!


Pride and Excellence Awards

Bowness High School will be holding our first annual Pride and Excellence Awards on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at the Foothills Alliance Church.  We will be celebrating our students’ achievements in three ways:

  • Honour Society
    Awards will be given for Grades 10, 11, and 12 as well as Lifetime Honour Society awards.  Students must apply for Honour Society.  See more on the student recognition page.
  • Academic Achievement Awards
    Awards will be given to students who have earned the top mark in each course, at each grade level.
  • Bowness Scholarship Recipients
    Awards for Bowness School specific scholarships will be recognized during this event.  Please see Scholarship Information page for further details.

Students will receive a letter of invitation for this event via email later in June.  Parents are invited to attend this event to celebrate their child’s accomplishments.  Please save this date if you are expecting an invitation.

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