Scholarships

Scholarship information will be posted here.

Agriculture/Rural Community Award
The District 32 Agriculture, Development and Diversification Board (ADD Board) is offering a total of three $500 awards to Grade 12 students graduating in 2021.  Students must be pursuing post-secondary agricultural training or other post-secondary education that will serve a rural agricultural based community in 2021.

 

Nelson Scholarship Program
Do you know a Grade 12 student excelling in the classroom and making a difference in their community? Encourage them to apply for one of our $10,000 scholarship opportunities. Recipients of the awards are young leaders of tomorrow, showcasing a commitment to community stewardship and academic achievement. This year, we are once again offering two incredible opportunities for students, our Civic Leadership Scholarship and our Indigenous Student Scholarship, in partnership with Indspire.

 

Prince Albert and District Community Scholarship
These Prince Albert and District Community Scholarships are available to students who plan to attend a recognized university or technical institute.  Applications are being taken now through to the deadline of May 15, 2021.  Recipients will be announced in June. These scholarships are unique in that successful applicants will be chosen based largely on their community and volunteer service. We encourage all graduating Grade 12 students to apply. Note that three letters of reference are required as well as a resume.

 

Superannuated Teachers of Saskatchewan (STS) Prince Albert Chapter Scholarship
The Superannuated Teachers of Saskatchewan (STS) Prince Albert Chapter Scholarship of Teacher Education is awarded to a student who is committed to the teaching profession. Click the link for scholarship criteria.

 

School of Natural Medical Aesthetics Scholarship
Open to students in Canada graduating high school. Students will be required to write a minimum 500 word essay in regards to a major challenge or issue they see in the world and how they intend to help resolve it using their skills and knowledge they will attain during their studies.

 

Victor Thunderchild Legacy Scholarship
As a long time educator, Victor was well known regionally and nationally. Hailing from Thunderchild First Nation, he spent many years ensuring that First Nations and Métis students walking through the doors of Carlton Comprehensive Public High School in Prince Albert, SK., were heard, seen, advocated for and protected. He will forever be remembered by generations of students as their champion.  $2000 Sponsored by freinds, family and colleagues of Victor Thunderchild.