Grade 9 Transition to John G. Diefenbaker High School
Please see attached important information for the grade 9 transition process.
- 2023-2024 COURSE SELECTIONS (Pick Sheet)
Please reference the following for support for Registration:
Awards & Scholarships
Every Calgary Board of Education school offers specific awards to their Students to recognize outstanding achievements, accomplishments and contribution. There are awards for academics, complementary subjects, athletics. citizenship and leadership. As well as awards offered by individual schools, many scholarships are offered to you at a district and provincial level.
The Alexander Rutherford Scholarship allows you, as an Alberta Student to earn up to $2500 towards Post-Secondary studies based on your high school marks in Grade 10, 11 and 12. For details about other Provincial scholarships and criteria for the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship application, check the link to the Alberta Learning Information Systems and Alberta Student Aid Scholarships.
CBE District Scholarships
At a district level, EducationMatters funds a variety of awards, scholarships and bursaries for CBE Students.
ScholarshipsCanada.com has an extensive list of Scholarships
Student Loans applications are also available at the studetnaid.albert.ca website.
Loan applications are not yet available for the 2021-2022 school year. These applications are usually available in July, so keep checking the website for updates. Like the Rutherford, all information you need is available at this website.
If you have any questions you may phone 1-855-606-2096 or contact Mrs. MacDonald in Student Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarship Presentation - Ms. MacDonald
Students applying to Alberta post secondary institutions must apply through www.applyalberta.ca
Students applying to Universities in Ontario must apply through www.ouac.ca
For all other out of Province colleges and Universities, students apply directly to the institution.
Students are generally advised to submit their applications as early as possible, once they have researched their schools , programs of choice, and attended virtual presentations for prospective students.
IPP Accommodation Updates
Confused about which courses to select? Wondering about graduation requirements and college or university entrance requirements? Need some direction about possible career choices? Need someone to talk to about a personal or financial problem?
Drop in to Student Services and make an appointment. Student Services can provide information about community resources such as addictions counselling, medical services, crisis and mental health services, access to housing, employment and education, as well as advocacy. Counsellors are here to help.