We, the Rotary Club of Victoria-Harbourside (better known as ‘Harbourside Rotary”) award up to four scholarships and one bursary each year.
We’re looking for well-rounded students who have excelled in:
  • School Citizenship;
  • Community Citizenship;
  • Academic Achievement; and
  • Personal Growth.
We award our bursary, the Jack Jeffrey Bursary, to the top scoring applicant who also faces challenges in continuing their education without additional help.  It is named after one of our members who was passionate about helping young people be their very best.  He especially looked out for students who faced additional challenges.
  • award $1,000 for each scholarship; and
  • $1,500 for the Jack Jeffrey Bursary.
  • must be enrolled at a public secondary school in School District 61 (Greater Victoria), School District 62 (Sooke), School District 63 (Saanich), or at a secondary school in School District 93 (French first-language) located within the geographical limits of District 61, 62 or 63);
  • must be graduating in June this year;  and
  • will be continuing your education at a recognized post-secondary institution.
Mail or drop off your application to:
The Harbourside Rotary Club
c/o The Union Club of British Columbia
805 Gordon St.
Victoria, BC
V8W 1Z6     Attention:  Chair, Scholarship Committee  
We must receive your application by no later than May 31, 2019

Your application must consist of:
  • the completed application form;  click here for our application.  (Word format).             
  • your transcripts for grades 10, 11 and 12;
  • a letter of recommendation from your school; and
  • a letter of recommendation from someone in the community:
If you have questions, please contact Pat Morris, Chair of the Scholarship Committee at Plmorris9@gmail.com 
If we have questions, we will contact you and we may ask you to meet with us.
We will announce the recipients Fall, 2019.
We have tried to make this application quick and easy for you to complete and for us to evaluate.
For most of the information, you just have to type (or write) in an ‘X’ in the appropriate cell.  For example, in School Citizenship, if you were on the student council, put an X under the role you had.
Where you need to provide a description, keep it to no more than two sentences.  For example, in School Citizenship, under the impact on the school or students, describe the activity, the impact and why it was important in no more than two sentences each.  And please don’t try to add more information by making them run-on sentences – thanks!
Where we ask for the hours you spent, if you don’t know the exact number, please put in your best estimate.
You can add lines to capture all that you did.  For example, in School Citizenship, School Spirit, if you participated in three activities in grade 10, add in two more lines.
Thanks for your interest in our scholarships and bursary.
We look forward to receiving your application.