Our graduates are prepared to excel at post-secondary institutions and in their future careers. To aid in financing post-secondary education, several scholarships are available. See our division calendar for application deadlines.
A scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to all Grade 12 students who qualify.
A bursary of $500 is awarded to one student from Sturgeon Composite High School and one student from Redwater High School.
The scholarship has been instituted to provide financial help to graduating students in Sturgeon Public School Division who have enrolled in a post secondary institution. The scholarship of $500 will be awarded annually to one student from Redwater School and one student from Sturgeon Composite High School who has met or exceeded specified achievement and enrolment criteria and who is deemed to have provided the greatest amount of support to the school.
This scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a Sturgeon Public School Division graduate who has modelled perseverence and diligence and who is registered in a post-secondary program in the field of education (teaching or teaching assistant).
This scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a Sturgeon Public School Division graduate who has demonstrated a high level of interest in the sciences and who is registered in a post-secondary program for the following year in a science discipline.
This $200 scholarship is awarded to a student who has continuous involvement in supporting people with disabilities. Lifeskills teachers determine the candidate.
Scholarships ranging from $300 to $2,500 are awarded to students who achieve a grade of 75% or better in five specified subjects. Applications are continuous and submitted online through the ALIS website.
This $600 scholarship is awarded to a Sturgeon Composite High School student who has been a member of the school's concert band, choir, jazz band or small vocal ensemble for at least two years. The successful candidate must be enrolled in post-secondary study within 15 months of graduation.
For more information, visit Student Services at Sturgeon Composite High School.
These scholarships range from $750 - $1,500 and are awarded to Alberta students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. Most awards are administered directly through the accredited post-secondary institutions. Application deadlines vary based on institution.
This scholarship is open only to young women in any year of study at a Canadian Secondary School. Applicants should be students who are making a contribution to their school’s leadership teams and student councils.
For high school students who want to pursue child care as a career, Alberta Human Services provides a $2,500 High School Child Care Scholarship to attend post-secondary programs in early learning and child care education. Application deadlines are ongoing.
The Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation’s National Citizenship Award and Scholarship Program provides merit-based scholarships to secondary students across Canada who exhibit exemplary citizenship qualities in their communities through extensive community service, volunteerism and humanitarian causes. Scholarship application is available in December.
Kin Canada Bursaries, a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund (HREF), awarded 72 deserving students with a $1,000 bursary for their 2015-16 school year. Successful applicants were chosen based on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a Sturgeon Public School Division graduate who lives in the Town of Gibbons and who has achieved the highest academic average in Grade 12.
The Mensa Canada Scholarship Programme offers a number of different scholarships. The awards range from $1,000 - $3,000, and each has its own eligibility requirements.
This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a student who has achieved excellence in Chemistry and who has scored the highest mark on the Chemistry 30 diploma exam.
$500.00 award offered to a high school student who is entering an education program directly following high school.
The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was created in 1992 to assist aboriginal students to complete post-secondary education and to provide an opportunity for RBC to strengthen its relationship with the aboriginal community. Selected students are awarded $4,000 each academic year for two to four years to use towards tuition, books, supplies and living expenses.
In recognition of the growing number of Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in their community, we have created the RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship. Fifteen scholarships worth $10,000 will be awarded in three student categories.
This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to recognize the accomplishment of students in the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) and to ensure these students continue to complete their apprenticeship training. Visit your school's Student Services for more information.
For students pursuing studies in law and political science. Applicants are required to apply for the Sam Bull Memorial Scholarship by contacting the Alberta Indian Investment Corporation office. Students must prepare a 100 to 200 word statement of personal and academic objectives, which should emphasize how their proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation community development in Canada.
Launched in 2012, this $100 million program funds 50 undergraduate scholarships in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Twenty-five $80,000 scholarships in the field of engineering and 25 $60,000 scholarships for science technology or math degrees. Students must be nominated by their high school and must possess two out of the three criteria: academic leadership, leadership (community, business and entrepreneurial), financial need. Students must also enroll at one of Schulich Leader partner universities. If interested in being nominated please see Ms. Anderson in student services by December 10, 2015.
A total of $22,000 will be awarded through this program. Must be a Scotiabank customer, yconic member, Canadian citizen and be 13 years or older and be enrolled in a Canadian school.
For student pursuing studies in business, finance and economics. Applicants are required to apply for the Senator James Gladstone Memorial Scholarship by contacting the Alberta Indian Investment Corporation office. Students must prepare a 100 to 200 word statement of personal and academic objectives which should emphasize how their proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation economic and business development in Canada.
The Stacey Levitt Memorial Award was created in memory and celebration of Stacey’s life by her family through Parachute. This annual high school student award encourages Canadian youth to embody Stacey’s qualities and ideals and Parachute’s overarching goal of a long life lived to the fullest, while maintaining an approach that is rooted in risk management and injury prevention.
The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program aims to honour the spirit of Terry Fox, one of Canada’s greatest heroes, by encouraging Canadian youth who strive to emulate Terry Fox’s courage and determination by providing their communities and those in need with humanitarian service.