Certificates are given to students who have demonstrated outstanding
achievement, attitude, effort and/or participation in a subject area.
Students recognized have not necessarily obtained the
highest mark for the grade in the particular subject area, however they combine academic excellence with a superior approach to learning.
Teachers will present Subject Certificates to students in their respective classrooms at the end of each Semester.
Subject Certificates celebrate outstanding learning in the areas of:
Excellence in a specific subject or discipline
Thinking, Habits of Learning
Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Certificate (Gr.
10 – 11)
Top 5% of students in Grade 10 and Grade 11, based on all Seycove Courses
Students will receive certificates during opening assemblies during the first week of school the following school year.
Seycove Service Certificates
Seycove students value giving back to their school through various forms of service, activities, and events. Seycove
Service Awards will be distributed in June. Service forms are
available in the office. Please submit your Service forms
annually to the Vice-Principal in May. Recognition is given to
students achieving the following hours over the course of their
entire time at Seycove (hours are cumulative):
50-99 hours Bronze Service Medal
100-199 hours Silver Service Medal
200-299 hours Gold Service Medal
300-399 hours Outstanding Service Plaque
400+ hours Seyhawk Service Plaque
Team Recognition –
determined by team coaches, awarded at the end of season of play.
North Shore All Stars -
team selection recognition determined through coaches and published North Shore News.
average, the Seyhawk Awards recognize about 6-12 students in each grade
who have been identified by Seycove staff who meet the
guidelines of an Educated Citizen (below) and recommend, as a group,
students to receive this award. Seyhawk Awards will be distributed during our End of Year Celebration Assembly.
Educated Citizen – as defined by the British Columbia Ministry of Education and Child Care:
- thoughtful, able to learn and to think critically, and who can communicate information from a broad knowledge base;
- creative, flexible, self-motivated and who have a positive self-image;
- capable of making independent decisions;
- skilled and who can contribute to society generally, including the world of work;
- productive, who gain satisfaction through achievement and who strive for physical well-being;
- cooperative, principled and respectful of others regardless of differences;
- aware of the rights and prepared to exercise the responsibilities of an individual within the family, the community, Canada, and