As a fully accredited independent school, PCAA provides a high-quality, well-rounded education to all our students.

Our environment enables students to achieve academic excellence, express their faith, and create meaningful lasting friendships.

Scholarships & Awards

Scholarships and Awards are offered to students based on merit.

Financial Assistance

PCAA reviews applications for assistance made by families with a genuine need. Decisions are based on a Means Tested Bursary Formula.

A bursary decision may include:

  • Approval for the amount requested
  • Approved but revised
  • Not approved

Both new and returning students are eligible to apply.

*PCAA does not have bursaries available for the Junior Kindergarten program.

How to apply:

  • Complete a Needs Based Bursary application
  • Provide a CRA Notice of Assessment for the current tax year
  • Provide copies of recent pay stubs (both parents)

When to Apply:

Bursary applications are accepted during the re-enrolment periods in February only.

It can take up to six weeks for PCAA to process applications.

Internal Awards

While excellence in academics is certainly recognized, these awards also celebrate other highly prized attributes that are valued:  Christian leadership, community involvement, service, respect, engagement, responsibility, and excellence.

There are a number of types of awards and scholarships offered to our students.

PCAA is extremely grateful to our donors who make our awards possible through their generous support. In fostering a culture of excellence at our school it is important to be able to recognize our student’s pursuit of both personal improvement and enhancing the community around them.

Contact us if you would like to make a tax-deductible donation in support of scholarships and awards for students.

Principal's Honor Roll

Awarded to Grade K - 6 students whose conduct qualifies them for Certificates of Excellence, Distinction and Merit standings.

Principal's Scholar Roll

Awarded to Grade 7 to 12 students whose academic average qualifies them for Gold, Silver and Bronze standings.

Male and Female Athletes of the Year

Awarded to students with good attitude, sportsmanship and all-around good athletes.

Student of the Year

Awarded to student who displays helpful, polite attitude, works hard, follows direction and is respected by peers and teachers.

Christian Citizenship Award

Awarded to the student who displays Christian leadership and example.

Band Award

Awarded to a band student who has shown musical ability and growth.

Scholastic Challenge Award

Awarded to a grade 5/6 & 7/8 student who achieves the highest scores in the yearly Scholastic Challenge.

Jennifer Pieper Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student who displays the characteristics that Jennifer Pieper demonstrated in her young life.

PCAA Scholarship

Awarded to a returning student whose parents sacrifice to have them attend PCAA.

Love Scholarship

Awarded to each of two students in Grade 9 with the highest and second highest academic standing in their class.

Honor/Scholar Roll Scholarship

Awarded to students based on their Honor Roll achievement throughout the school year.

Gem Gazan Grade 10 Attendance Scholarship

Cash award to the student that has attended PCAA the greatest number of years in their graduating class.

Dr. Sudesh Ebenezer Scholarship

A $1,000.00 cash scholarship awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in the graduating class.

Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference of SDA Leadership Award

A $1,000.00 cash scholarship is available to a grade nine or ten student who demonstrates spiritual leadership and professional potential.

Health Care Achievement Award

Created by Park Manor & West Park Manor Personal Care Homes to encourage students to pursue a career in healthcare. $1,000.00 awarded to the student who is among the highest achievers in mathematics, health and science subjects and who is also considered a leader in overall school life and supports other students in achieving their best. This award is to be used towards any outstanding tuition or fees, then to further recipient’s education.

North American Division of SDA Caring Heart Award:

A $500.00 cash award to a full-time junior or senior student with a strong citizenship record, who has given evidence of a personal commitment to witnessing-service activities by exhibiting initiative and responsibility for carrying through on such activities. The student, through participation in witnessing-service activities, should serve as an overall example on the campus.

External Scholarship Links

University Scholarships are awarded to qualifying Grade 12 students graduating from PCAA.

Canadian Adventist Institutions:

Canadian Public Institutions:

United States Adventist Institutions:

Scholarship Resources & Tools:

News and Updates
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