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The Path Forward Campaign

Endowment


Approximately $1.1M in financial aid is disbursed annually to 16% of secondary students who qualify for financial assistance. The school is extremely fortunate to be able to offer this student support. Funds are available thanks to generous donors who have helped build the school's Endowment through major fundraising campaigns and through Annual Giving.

The Path Forward Campaign will ensure that more financial assistance can be provided.

The following bursaries have been established:


Legacy Bursaries

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  • MP2 Legacy Bursary Fund

    Marie-Michelle and Paul Pathy ’88 have established this bursary to benefit a deserving student providing full tuition as well as all ancillary expenses that will ensure the student benefits from a full Selwyn House experience.

Full Bursaries

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  • The General Endowment Fund

    The General Endowment Fund is where all donations to the endowment that are not specifically designated to a named fund are maintained.
  • The Old Boys’ Endowment Fund

    We are proud of the growth of this fund over the years thanks to the participants of past Selwyn House Old Boys and Friends Golf Tournaments.

    Over $1.8M has been raised to date from proceeds from past tournaments and from other individuals.

    This fund supports the equivalent of three full five-year bursaries for students in Grade 7.
  • The Conrad H. Harrington Fund

    The Conrad H. Harrington Bursary is named in memory of Mr. Conrad H. Harrington, father of two Selwyn House students. Mr. Harrington always felt it was important that the Selwyn House experience enjoyed by his sons should be made available to more students. This full three-year bursary is offered to a qualifying student in Grade 9 (new or current).
  • The Pathy Family Foundation Fund

    The Pathy Family Foundation Bursary is a full five-year bursary awarded to a deserving student entering Grade 7. Paul ’88 and Mark ’86 would like to provide this special opportunity to an exceptional student who seeks the value of a Selwyn House education in order to fulfill his potential and establish a successful pathway for his future.

Partial Bursaries

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  • Erene & Joel '99 Anthony Family Bursary Fund

    The Erene & Joel '99 Anthony Family Bursary Fund was created in May 2014 by Joel Anthony who attended Selwyn House through scholarships, provided by the support of many families. This fund is to be used to provide needs-based bursaries to help deserving students attend Selwyn House.
  • The Class of '88 Bursary - In Memory of Ted Schopflocher and Peter Tolias

    This Class Bursary honours two beloved classmates and the Class of '88 itself. It will provide funding for a deserving student who requires financial assistance. This is a new bursary that is now open for contributions.
  • The Carreiro Family Bursary Fund

    Shirley Carreiro and her son Michael Carreiro '92 established this bursary for a qualifying Grade 7 student for the duration of his SHS Middle and Senior School years.
  • The Class of 2021 Bursary Fund

    The Class of 2021 established the first “Class Of” bursary for qualified students who may not otherwise have the financial means to attend Selwyn House School. This was done through the sale of prints of an original painting featuring the Selwyn blazer, tie and the Old Boys' tie showing the journey from student to Old Boy. Donations can be made directly to the fund or by purchasing a print via the Advancement Office. READ MORE
  • The Hallward Family Endowment Fund

    The Hallward Family Endowment Fund is funded by the Hallward family. This fund was created not as bursary for tuition, but as a special needs-based assistance fund to be used by the Director of Elementary School or Middle School to assist students who may require additional tutorial help or educational testing in order to be successful at their grade level.
  • Diana Kuilman Memorial Fund

    The Diana Kuilman Memorial Fund gets its funding from the friends and family of the late Diana Kuilman. This fund is to be used to provide needs-based bursaries to help deserving students attend Selwyn House.. 
  • John R. McConnell '65 Endowment Fund

    The John R. McConnell '65 Endowment Fund was created in November 2019 by the John R. McConnell Foundation, and named in his memory. The Foundation wants the fund to be used to assist boys in financial need for their tuition fees, in the sole discretion of the Selwyn House Veritas Foundation and the School's Head. 
  • William Mitchell Endowment Fund

    The William Mitchell Endowment Fund was created by the Old Boys’ Association in 2008 from the proceeds of the Centennial Old Boys and Friends' Golf Tournament, in tribute to Will Mitchell’s retirement from the school as headmaster after 24 years. Additional funds are received from individual donors. This fund has the capacity to offer a five-year partial bursary to a student starting in Grade 7.
  • Mondal Family Endowment Fund

    The Mondal Family Endowment Fund was created in February 2015 by the Mondal Family. This fund is to be used to provide needs-based bursaries to help deserving students attend Selwyn House.
  • Edgar Moodey Memorial Fund

    The Edgar Moodey Memorial Fund gets its funding from the estate and friends of Edgar Moodey. This fund has the capacity to offer the equivalent of a one-year partial bursary starting in Grade 7.
  • Colin No '97 Memorial Fund

    The Colin No '97 Memorial Fund was created in 2005 by the classmates of Colin No ’97 and named in his memory. It was established through funding from his classmates, his family, and individual donors and continues to grow. This fund has the capacity to offer a one-year partial bursary to a student in Grade 7.
  • Gaelan O’Donnell '83 Endowment Fund

    The Gaelan O’Donnell Endowment Fund was created by the classmates of Gaelan O’Donnell ’83 in 2009 and named in his memory. This fund has the capacity to offer a one-year partial bursary to a student in Grade 7. The Gaelan O’Donnell Fund gets its funding from Gaelan's classmates, family, and friends.
  • Addy Pathak 2005 Memorial Fund

    The Addy Pathak 2005 Memorial Fund bursary is awarded in recognition of academic excellence, in memory of Aditya Pathak, a Grade 9 student who was a valued member of the Selwyn House community and was greatly appreciated by his peers and teachers for his sense of humanity. This bursary is funded by the Pathak Family, as well as by Addy’s classmates and friends. This fund has the capacity to offer a one-year partial bursary to a student in Grade 7.
  • David Pitblado '78 Endowment Fund

    The David Pitblado Endowment Fund was created in 2004 by the classmates of David Pitblado ’78 and named in his memory. The fund was established thanks to generous classmates, members of the Pitblado family, and individual donors. The Pitblado family wanted the fund to be used to help a student get started in Grade 7 and 8. This fund has the capacity to offer the equivalent of a two-year partial bursary starting in Grade 7.
  • Nancy Pitfield Scholarship Fund

    The Nancy Pitfield Scholarship Fund gets its funding from the friends and family of the late Nancy Pitfield, as well as from the school’s annual Gryphon Sale of used uniforms. This fund has the capacity to offer a one-year partial bursary to a student in Grade 7.
  • The Rob Wearing Bursary Fund

    The Wearing Family established this fund to benefit students with promising character, an interest in the Arts and sports, and who require financial assistance. Rob dedicated almost half his life to ensuring each student had positive life experiences at Selwyn. This bursary will provide an opportunity for his legacy to continue. Read More