This year once again – through the generous support of our alumni and local businesses – we’ve been able to generate a scholarship fund of $5000. In September, graduating athletes who are competing in the Kodiak Klassic, were invited to apply for one of five $1000 scholarships. Applicants were required to demonstrate service, leadership, and volunteerism in their school community; character, work ethic, and sportsmanship on the basketball court; and scholastic success in their senior classes. Following Saturday’s championship game, we will be awarding these scholarships to five very deserving applicants. See below for scholarship criteria, and be sure to check back to see this year’s winners.
A huge thank you to the following alumni families for their generous donations to the Kodiak Klassic Scholarship Fund: Dr. Stan Heinrichs, the Clough family, the Liski family, Queen Charlotte Lodge, Atlas Power Sweeping, My Passion Media.
Additionally, we’d like to thank Chad Clifford and Pasha Bains of Drive Basketball, for their continued support of the Kodiak Klassic with their $500 contribution to the Kodiak Klassic Scholarship Fund.
2017 Kodiak Klassic Scholarship Recipients:
- Luke Adams, Walnut Grove
- Bradley Braich, Yale
- Jack Cruz-Dumont, Vancouver College
- Majok Deng, Byrne Creek
- Justin Knowles, Heritage Woods
2016 Kodiak Klassic Scholarship Recipients:
- Luka Lizdek, Kitsilano
- Owen Keyes, Kelowna
- Jaden Touchie, Oak Bay
- Thomas Venos, Heritage Woods
- Kenan Hadzovic, W.J. Mouat
2015 Kodiak Klassic Scholarship Recipients:
- Colin McGrath, Kelowna
- Joel Klammer, W.J. Mouat
- Myka Tang-Blumenschein, Oak Bay
- Matt Clay, Heritage Woods
- Alex Asperin, Holy Cross