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Peace Wapiti Public School Division No. 76
All Scholarships
 
 
A list of all the scholarships on file.
  
  
  
  
5/15/2011
  
suspendedstudent with learning disabilities; post-secondary education in applied or performing arts
5/15/2011
  
suspendedfor students with learning disabilities- discontinued for 2012
1/5/2015
  
up to $5000demonstrate a significant level of innovation, achievement, leadership
6/2/2015
  
$2000 X 7student entering university; essay required
8/15/2015
  
$1000 X 2for student with spinal cord injury; for post-secondary education in the disability field.
9/13/2015
  
$500 X 3exceptional student enrolling in 1st year full-time studies at U of A
12/31/2015
  
$1000 X 200post-secondary studies in any field that perpetuates the "western spirit"
1/31/2016
  
$200-5000 plus tripscience essay contest for grades 7 - 12 DISCONTINUED
3/11/2016
  
$250-3000active member of Boys & Girls Clubs
4/13/2016
  
$1000 X 200Tim Hortons employees or their children/grandchildren
5/1/2016
  
up to $1000aboriginal student;enrolled in any field of health care
7/8/2016
  
Discontinued for 2017dependent of CAODC employee entering post-secondary
9/2/2016
  
$2500 exemplify the qualities of strong academic standing, commitment to the revitalized forest products industry, and a demonstrated commitment to the Aboriginal community.
1/31/2017
  
$250entering U of A; community involvement; rural lifestyle
2/1/2017
  
$500* High school student must demonstrate the intent on becoming a teacher in Alberta, entering an education program directly forllowing high school; (the Bachelor of Education program at a teacher preparation inistitution in Alberta)
2/3/2017
  
$10,000 X 3women interested in the field of mining engineering
4/17/2017
  
$150-250grades 9-12; submit a design project
4/30/2017
  
$3000 students enrolled in programs relevant to CN's core business such as Transportation, Mechanical, Engineering, Logistics and I.T.,
4/30/2017
  
$500For students living in the Spirit River-Fairview constituency and will be attending a post secondary institution
5/31/2017
  
$5000-10,000students planning to attend college or university
7/31/2017
  
$3500 X 10children of APEGGA members entering post-secondary
8/31/2017
  
$2500 X 4post-secondary studies in agriculture or broadcasting; or professional rodeo participants
10/31/2017
  
$500 X 4member of AB Branch/Holstein Canada, or child of member; farm/community involvement
11/15/2017
  
$500 - 1000enrolling in full-time program in French in any discipline
1/5/2018
  
$5000 X 5for women entering or in the field of engineering
1/31/2018
  
$2000 X 5rural farm resident attending an Alberta post-secondary institution
2/1/2018
  
$500 - $2500in Prairie Baseball Academy; a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
2/1/2018
  
$7000 x 4 yearsstudents entering post-secondary; humanitarian contribution
2/1/2018
  
$1000planning post-secondary; citizenship qualities
2/1/2018
  
$2,500for son or daughter of firefighter killed in the line of duty
2/1/2018
  
20x &60 000Graduating students planning to study one of the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at designated universities are eligible to become Schulich Leaders.
2/4/2018
  
$1000  X 20ages 16-24 demonstrating good citizenship & contribution to society
2/15/2018
  
$1000 or morestudent in field of geomatics
2/15/2018
  
$2200grade 11 and up; for 5-wk intensive French language learning course
2/16/2018
  
$1500student enrolling in wildlife biology or management
2/23/2018
  
$1000 X 5entering university studies (prefer history); essay required
2/27/2018
  
10 awards worth up to $4,000 each academic year for two to four years Status and non-status Indians, Inuit or Métis pursuing post-secondary education
2/27/2018
  
$10000Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in their community
2/28/2018
  
$10,000 X 5students in final year of high school; planning post-secondary
2/28/2018
  
$1500environmental studies; member of fish/game club; essay
3/1/2018
  
$2500 X 2high performance athlete participating at international level
3/1/2018
  
$750 X 12Grade 12; leadership qualities and contribution to school/community
3/1/2018
  
$5000Alberta students who wish to attend St. Francis Xavier Univ, NS
3/1/2018
  
$2500.00Involvement in school or community
3/12/2018
  
$1000 x16grade 12;  qualities of leadership, communication, volunteering, etc.
3/15/2018
  
$1000 X 140financial need, any program of studies in post-sec, nomination required
3/15/2018
  
$500 - 1000active members of St. John's Ambulance
3/23/2018
  
Opportunity to attend a youth conference on leadership and change.Grade 10 to 12 student of First Nations, Métis or Inuit heritage who is pursuing their goal despite challenges
3/30/2018
  
$1000actively involved in ringette; enrolling in post-secondary education
3/30/2018
  
$1000 X 200member of AB Snowmobile Assoc; essay required
3/30/2018
  
$500Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award. (Current High School Students are also eligible.)
3/31/2018
  
$2000 - 6000Metis student; financial need; post-secondary
3/31/2018
  
$100 - 2000aboriginal age 14-29; create a short story; Aboriginal themes
3/31/2018
  
$2000 X 6pursuing classical music study of violin or piano at a recognized post-secondary institution
4/1/2018
  
?AHSRA member planning to go to post-secondary
4/2/2018
  
variesvarious awards to vision-impaired students
4/2/2018
  
$500-5000must wear "Duck Tape" wear to prom!, submit photo
4/2/2018
  
$1000 X 15for prospective educators; requires essay and references
4/6/2018
  
$ work compensationexceptional Grade 11 students; at least an 85% in grade 11 math and sciences
4/6/2018
  
$2000.00SSS grade 12 student planning to attend post-secondary
4/9/2018
  
variesregistered member of Girl Guides enrolling in post-secondary
4/15/2018
  
$2500young leaders ages 8 - 18 who have made a significant positive difference to people or planet
4/15/2018
  
$500member of Alberta Trappers' Association
4/15/2018
  
$1000Entering trades program related to the oil industry, from a community near a Trans Canada project.
4/15/2018
  
$1000 Identify as aboriginal,Metis or Inuit, you are a member of a community near a Trans Canada project.
4/15/2018
  
$1000You demonstrate a strong comitment to your community, from a community near a Trans Canada project.
4/30/2018
  
variesany full-time program; high employment potential for northern AB
4/30/2018
  
up to $19 000be either Métis or Non-Status Indian, pursuing a career in social services, see eligibility criteria.
5/1/2018
  
$500 X 2age 16 or older, enrolled in high school, essay required
5/1/2018
  
$1000 X 500grade 12; significant contribution to student leadership in home community
5/1/2018
  
$30 - $2000Grade 8, 9, 10 students; essay based on novel "Anthem"
5/1/2018
  
variesparticipation/achievement in Scouts; leadership
5/11/2018
  
$2000 X 28parent is member of Unifor; essay required
5/15/2018
  
$2000.004-H member post seconday
5/15/2018
  
variesgrade 12 grads who plan to enroll in accredited culinary school
5/15/2018
  
plaque and up to $5000citizenship, community service, or volunteer work, 1 in each AB high school
5/15/2018
  
$50 - 10,000grade 11 & 12 students:  essay based on novel "The Fontainhead"
5/15/2018
  
$50 - 10,000grade 12 & college students; essay based on novel "Atlas Shrugged"
5/15/2018
  
$2005 X 25Alberta students entering postsecondary; volunteerism/contribution
5/31/2018
  
$2500 X 6post-secondary, financial need, positive contribution
5/31/2018
  
up to $2000student whose parent/guardian has died in impaired-driving related crash
5/31/2018
  
$2500for Alberta students pursuing studies in early learning and child care
5/31/2018
  
$5000 X 10for pharmacy and medical school students who are childhood cancer survivors
5/31/2018
  
up to $3000student with golf interest & ability enrolling in post-secondary
5/31/2018
  
not specifiedfor student active in competitive curling
5/31/2018
  
$5000x1,$3000x1,$1000x18pursuing studies in retail, business, or marketing
5/31/2018
  
$1500rural high school grad enrolling in first-year agricultural program
5/31/2018
  
$1500 X 75childhood cancer survivor entering any university, college or vocational training program
5/31/2018
  
$6000.00commerce/finance/business degree/diploma,parents/guardians do not have a post-secondary education or received their post-secondary education outside of Canada. 
5/31/2018
  
$750 interested in pursuing an equine-related post secondary education
6/1/2018
  
$1000member of ABRA enrolling in post-secondary education
6/1/2018
  
$3500any program of studies;  high scholastic achievement
6/1/2018
  
$500 X 3for S.S.S. student; preference to student enrolling in agriculture, engineering/trades, fine arts
6/1/2018
  
$250 - 1000grade 10-12 students; essay on a topic of public policy
6/1/2018
  
variesAlberta youth attending post secondary, preference given to Angus cattle farm youth
6/1/2018
  
variesstudent or family must be member of Alberta Angus Association
6/1/2018
  
$600 - 2000Alberta student entering post-secondary
6/1/2018
  
$1750 X 2resident of Saddle hills County; post-secondary studies
6/1/2018
  
tuition, etc.for youth who have been in the care/custody of AB Children's Services
6/8/2018
  
8 X2000Gr.12 tackle football player, registered full time post secondary and playing university or junior league.
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