The following scholarships and awards are available to students of Michael Power - St. Joseph High School. Contact your school administration office for more information.
The purpose of the MPSJ medal of achievement is to recognize and reward individual contributions to the school community. It encourages students to become well rounded members of our community. The medal is inclusive in nature, as it acknowledges student involvement in many different areas of extracurricular activity. The medal of achievement distinguishes a student’s high standard of participation, excellent achievement and leadership in the school community.
Some guidelines about our medal system:
To obtain a JUNIOR medal a student must accumulate 200 points in grades 9 and 10.
To obtain a SENIOR medal a student must accumulate 200 points in grades 11 and 12.
Points are accumulated for two years according to levels awarded below.
Coaches, moderators and counselors will be responsible for awarding and validating points. Their decisions are final. The integrity of the medal of achievement becomes a responsibility of the community.
Students are required to apply for the medal of achievement.
Completed applications are to be submitted to the Guidance Department by the required deadline.