“Heritage Scholarships” Program has selected its winners. Thus, 9 of the most active and diligent participants, with special academic and extracurricular merits were chosen to continue their studies free of charge at the only Cambridge School in Moldova.
The scholarship holders were selected from dozens of participants enrolled in the program, and the competition was very tough, all the files being extraordinary. The students qualified in the second stage managed to surprise the jury with their creativity during presentations and got the highest scores. Although initially the program included scholarships for 8 students, two students have accumulated an equal number of points, so the committee decided to offer each of them 50% of the value of the scholarship.
Six of the beneficiaries will study in the 9th grade, because for this grade we had the most intense competition. Also, 5 of the winners will learn in Romanian, and 4 – in English.
The winners of the competition and Heritage Scholarship Holders for the year 2020-2021 are:
The Heritage Scholarship is valid for one academic year. Scholars will benefit from tuition coverage, as well as free attendance at Heritage extracurricular clubs. The families of the students will cover only the related costs: school uniform, food, transport, necessary textbooks, participation in trips and extracurricular activities.
The "Heritage Scholarships" initiative is at its second edition and is part of the "GO Heritage" corporate social responsibility program of Heritage International School, which includes: development and promotion of quality education, encouragement of civic spirit through volunteering, philanthropic activities, community development, environmental protection, the development of the Heritage Community and promoting business ethics.
Congratulations to the winners and have a great school year!
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