This bursary is an annual award to a student, selected by the Performing Arts Director, who may choose to attend an art, drama, dance or music camp or to take personal lessons. The student will be reimbursed up to the amount of $400.
Mrs. Irma Barnes was the Secretary/Treasurer of the Edgehill Guild for 23 years from the 1960’s to the 1990’s.
A male in the Junior School will receive the equivalent of the T Ross Whitehead Cup. It is presented to the young man in the Junior School who, in the opinion of his peers, best displays the qualities of “manhood, gentleness and learning”. This prize is voted on by the Lower School male students. His name is engraved on the cup and the recipient also receives a book award.
Mr. Derrick was the Headmaster of KCS from 1960 to 1973.
The Senior Girls receive the equivalent with the Fideliter Prize – Awarded by the Old Girls to a girl with outstanding qualities chosen by the girls with the approval of the staff and the Huston Prize – to the girl who exemplifies the highest qualities of character and personality.
Mr. Derrick was the Principal of Edgehill from 1968 to 1973.
This prize is a silver locket which is awarded to the young woman who exemplifies the motto “FIDELITER”, meaning faithfulness – a firm holding to duty, being true to the School, her Country and to God. It is awarded by the "Old Girls" and chosen by the recipient's peers with the approval of the staff.
A gold medal is awarded to the young woman with the highest average, in the Upper School, who is a returning student.
This medal belonged to the first Head Girl of Edgehill School, Mrs. Mary (Partridge) Ferrabee (1891).
KES inspires academic, athletic and artistic excellence with a commitment to the traditional community ideals of gentleness and learning, dignity and respect, so that students may discover and cultivate their unique potential, prepare for post-secondary education and develop a life-long enthusiasm for the spiritual and intellectual growth necessary to flourish in the contemporary world.