Scholarships

There are numerous scholarships, bursaries and awards available to students based on academic achievement, citizenship and/or financial need. A scholarship is awarded first on the basis of academic achievement while a bursary is awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Neither has to be repaid. A scholarship bulletin that lists available scholarships is published monthly in guidance, is posted on the Guidance Scholarship Board.

Students should actively seek out and research all available financial support. They can see their guidance counselor for more details. As scholarships and bursaries have firm guidelines and application deadlines, students should leave themselves ample time to complete the application process. Students should make note of all deadlines and ensure they have all documentation in on time. There are many opportunities available for scholarship outside of grade 12 as well. It is never too soon to begin to seek out opportunities and to apply.

Many post-secondary institutes and scholarship granting agencies, require references. Teachers and administration write many letters for students. Being specific in the purpose of the reference letter and ensuring students allow ample time to complete the letter is always very helpful and makes for a stronger reference in the end.

EducationMatters - Scholarships

Attention Grade 11 and 12 students! Education Matters has 3 great opportunities for Grade 11 and 12 Students. Please see below and note that the deadline is December 4. After reading the information, if you have questions, please see Ms. Nish in the Guidance area.

Click here for the Laurie Sommerville

  • Open to Grade 11 or 12
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Wishing to pursue post-secondary
  • Minimum 65%
  • Indigenous (FNMI) students and students pursuing trades or vocational programs are STRONGLY encouraged to apply

Click here for the Stampede Toyota Community Matters Scholarship

  • Students wishing to be in the trades/vocational programs Auto Trades are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Open to Grade 12, living in the NE, demonstrating financial need

Click here for Breakthrough Opportunity Bursary for New Immigrants

  • Students pursing trades/vocational programs are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Open to Grade 12 students who are new refugees or immigrants to Canada within the last 5 years
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