2017 Grad Class Gift
The Graduating Class Gift is a recent tradition at Bayview Glen, initiated by the Class of 2014, who were the first to graduate from BVG's newly renovated Moatfield campus.
By contributing to the Class gift, each graduating student and their families have the opportunity to impact the ongoing development of the school and enrich learning experiences for future students.
We invite the parents of the graduating class to make a meaningful contribution to the Class Gift fund. Donations will be pooled into the Graduating Class Fund with the opportunity to name a space on campus.
Students are encouraged to donate the monetary equivalent of their year (i.e. $20.17 for 2017 grads) to augment parental leadership gifts.
Thank you to all of our donors - your support will have a positive impact on the lives of deserving students who join our BVG community.
Click here to make a quick, safe and secure online donation to the 2017 Grad Class Gift via MasterCard, Visa or American Express.
To date 52% of the Grade 12 families have supported the Grad Class Gift initiative to name the Senior Student Commons Area.
Our goal is 100% participation!
Grad Class Gift
There is still time!
Thank you to the Grade 12 families that have generously supported the Grad Class Gift. To date, we have had 52% of the class participate.
We are excited to hang these plaques in the Senior Student Commons Area in appreciation of the philanthropic support you have shown the school and to cement a lasting legacy for the class of 2017!
The window to contribute to the Grad Class Gift fund and to add your family name to the recognition plaque will close on June 30. Our hope is for 100% family participation. Every gift counts and the amount of your donation is a personal one. Please consider making a contribution to the future of Bayview Glen both in honour of your child, and in honour of this graduating class.
Grad Class Gift
In December, the Class of 2017 created a collaborative art piece at the Grade 12 Parent-Student Breakfast, with the intention of auctioning it off to support the Grad Class Gift.
The art auction closed May 18 and successfully raised $150. The proceeds raised from this initiative will go to support the 2017 Grad Class Gift.