Scholarships

Whether you are considering an apprenticeship, a certificate, a diploma or a degree program, post-secondary education costs money and you need to be prepared for the expense. Scholarships can be a great way to help finance the expense. It's important to note that scholarships are typically based on conditional acceptance from a post-secondary institution, as scholarships are meant to help pay for school. You do not have to be fully accepted into a program at the time you apply for scholarships, but you do not get the money until you actually attend school.

Notre Dame 20th Anniversary Humanitarian Award - apply by May 10

Application Deadline: May 10, 2017

  • Completed applications must be submitted to Student Services or the Career Center by 4:00 pm on Friday May 10, 2017.

Background:

  • To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Notre Dame High School by giving ND students a bit of financial support to help  increase their capacity to do good for others in the school and in the community.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Applicants must be currently enrolled as full time students of Notre Dame High School (grade 10, 11 or 12).
  • Applicants must have demonstrated leadership and motivational skills through participation in student, community, and / or business activities.
  • Applicants must supply 2 letters of reference (only 1 of the 2 reference letters can be from Notre Dame High School).

How to Apply:

  • Use your creativity (video submission, essay, cartoon, artwork, music) to share your story!  Tell us how the money awarded will help you make a difference!
  • The expectation of all successful recipients will be to present to the staff of Notre Dame during the 2017/2018 school year sharing details about how the funds were used to enable positive change.
  • The award(s) will be presented to recipient(s) at the Annual Awards night in October.

Alberta Citizenship Award

Notre Dame High School can nominate one student for the Alberta Citizenship Award.  For eligibility criteria click here!

In order to be considered as a nominee, submit your completed application to Mr. Stang or Mrs. McQuay by 4pm on Monday May 1st.  Completed applications must include:

  • Confirmation of Canadian Citizenship;
  • A summary of leadership, community service, volunteer experience, where you have demonstrated initiative and have had a positive impact on your community/school;
  • Two letters of reference;
  • Confirmation of full time enrollment in a post secondary program.

Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries List

Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries List

Use this list to get started on your search for scholarships, awards & bursaries. Use PDF zoom button to make information easier to read. Refer to the links provided in this sheet to verify the criteria and application information for each award. 

 

Additional Sources

Various:

Alberta Learning Information Services (ALIS)

Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Board Scholarships

Alberta Student Aid

Alberta Blue Cross

Alberta Teacher's Association Local #80

Scholarships Canada

Student Awards

Student Scholarships

Finaid

Queen Esther Education Foundation

Red Deer Regional Health Foundation

The Leonard Foundation

Universities Canada

CWA Foundation

First Nations, Metis and Inuit:

Alberta Métis and Non-Status Indian Bursary Program

Aboriginal Scholarship Guide

Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool

Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards

Indspire Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards

ATCO Pipeline Indigenous Education Awards Program

Disabilities:

GoodCall guide

Disabled World

Disability Awards 

Voice of Albertans with Disabilities 

Athletics:

Alberta Schools' Athletic Association

Softball Alberta

Ringette Canada

Alexander Rutherford Scholarship

The application for the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship will be available in June 2017 for studies beginning in September 2017.  See the Student Aid Alberta web site on how to apply.