Two students from BMLSS, Patricia Denbok and Stefanie Atkinson, along with two students from St. Dominic's Catholic High School, Elizabeth Leigh and Malcolm Dix are the recipients of this year's awards. Each scholarship is worth $5,000 and has been provided by Ted Britton and his family, in memory of Joan Britton. The awards recognize perseverance and excellence. Patricia Denbok will be pursuing classics studies at Brock University and hopes to be a museum curator. Stefanie Atkinson will be attending Guelph University to study bio-medical sciences and would like to be a surgeon. Elizabeth Leigh will be attending Trent University where she will study psychology. She hopes to become a psychotherapist. Malcolm Dix, who will be attending Carleton University for English studies and hopes to attain his honours BA and then pursue a post-graduate degree. He wants to enter the teaching profession. There were 34 applicants this year. Students entering grade 12 in September will be eligible for the 2013 Britton Family Scholarships. Application forms are available through the guidance departments at both schools.