Skip to main content

21 Surrey students shortlisted for Schulich Leader STEM scholarships


The nominees are in, and 21 secondary students from across Surrey and White Rock are in the running for this year’s Schulich Leader Scholarships, worth an astounding $100,000 to $120,000 each.

One Grade 12 student from every secondary school in the district is among this year’s 1,500 nominees, shortlisted from more than 300,000 applicants. The six-figure scholarship is for students who demonstrate a passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

This year’s Surrey Schools nominees are:

  • Ai-Lun Fu, Guildford Park Secondary
  • Albert Yanpeng Guo, Fraser Heights Secondary
  • Arian Dostyar, Kwantlen Park Secondary
  • Arnavdeep Singh, Tamanawis Secondary
  • Daniel Jin, Clayton Heights Secondary
  • Deepshikha Bharti, Princess Margaret Secondary
  • Diyapich Ing, Sullivan Heights Secondary
  • Eedyn Monger, Earl Marriott Secondary
  • Grace Chen, Frank Hurt Secondary
  • Jason Cai, Fleetwood Park Secondary
  • Jiahan Cai, Semiahmoo Secondary
  • Jing Jing Chai, North Surrey Secondary
  • Koen Stinchcombe, École Salish Secondary
  • Luke Colabella, Elgin Park Secondary
  • Matthew Wang, Grandview Heights Secondary
  • Micol Tchen, Queen Elizabeth Secondary
  • Paavan Randhawa, École Panorama Ridge Secondary
  • Ravjot Sarao, L.A. Matheson Secondary
  • Riley Tinkl, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary
  • Stephanie Almanzor, Enver Creek Secondary
  • Zenamarkos Semre, Johnston Heights Secondary

Since 2017, 11 Surrey Schools students have received Schulich Leader scholarships:

Later this school year, the Schulich Leaders will select just 100 scholars. Half of the scholarships are valued at $120,000 for engineering, the other half are valued at $100,000 for science and math.

Congratulations to all of our district’s nominees and best of luck in this year’s scholarship selection!

image description
Back to top