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Culture of Giving: Donors Give Entrance Bursaries for Rundle Studio

Giving is a cornerstone of the culture at Rundle and generosity is never far away, especially when it is needed the most. With Rundle Studio looking to fill enrolment for its inaugural 2021–2022 school year, generous donors have come forward to help give to those families a boost who need it the most. 

Three donors have so far pledged to give $15,000.00 in entrance bursaries to make sure that students across the province have the opportunity to join this incredible online school. One of the main reasons for the school’s existence is to provide an equal opportunity for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and/or autism spectrum disorder to access high-quality education regardless of where they live in our province. Now, with the help of these generous community members, money will be one less barrier to overcome on their journey to success. 

The bursaries will be for a one-time entrance during Rundle Studio’s first year, although the school would always welcome support for those who may benefit from it in the future. Emphasis will be given to at least one of the bursaries for families outside of the Calgary area. Since the school operates virtually, anyone who has a good internet connection is able to access this education. 

Rundle Studio is more than just a program. It is a complete school that focuses on academics, character development, and co-curricular activities, all while providing a personalized learning experience built on each student’s own psychological assessment. The faculty at Rundle Studio create a dynamic and engaging online environment that allows students to connect with each other, build on socialization skills, and celebrate success along the way. 

With the help of the donors, more students will be able to experience the difference Rundle can make. It is with the deepest gratitude that we say THANK YOU to our very generous community. 

Learn more about Rundle Studio and our bursary program now


— John Wolf, Principal of Rundle Studio