Please note when applying for scholarships, that deadlines are non-negotiable. If transcripts or references are required, be aware that it takes time for others to process your requests. Also be aware that if you must mail documents, it will likely take 2 or 3 days for your application to reach its destination.
Note: Many Scholarships have not yet been announced for the school year. Scholarships whose deadlines have passed or have not had current contact with the school will be kept on our web site for reference. Please keep checking this page for updates or do a Google search using the scholarship name.
Aboriginal Arts & Stories - ($500- $2000) Create a writing or art piece that explores a moment or theme in Aboriginal history or culture. A 200-400 word Artist’s or Author’s Statement that explains how
your piece reflects or interprets the moment or theme you selected must accompany your entry into the Aboriginal Arts & Stories competition. Application deadline is in March each year.
Affinity Credit Union (Elwood Harvey Scholarship) - this is a scholarship available for students in grade 11. Two awards of $2500 will be given to the chosen applicants based on academics, as well as school and community involvement. Applications are due in May each year.
Ayn Rand Novels - The Ayn Rand Institute sponsors annual essay contests that offer 600 prizes and $100,000 in prize money every year. Click here for more information about the Essay contest .
B. Davis Scholarship ($1000) - is available to all high school students. This is not an academic scholarship but we would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are. To apply for this scholarship students need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on a specific topic. Application deadline is in May
Dalton Camp Award ($10,000) - is an essay competition on the link between democracy and the media in Canada. Application deadline can be in Nov or Dec.
Father Ted Colleton Scholarship - three prizes: $1500 first prize, $800 second prize and $500 third prize. Applicants are required to write an essay based on a pro-life issue. Application deadline is in December each year. This scholarship is available for grade 11 and 12 students.
Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship (up to 20 scholarships of $1000 each) - are awarded annually to qualified nominees currently registered in Grade 11 at a Saskatchewan high school. Recipients are evaluated based on the following: leadership, responsibilities out of school, financial support needed, and academic performance. Application must be accompanied with a letter of recommendation from the school.
The Beaverbrook Vimy Prize - Win a scholarship to study abroad for free next summer. Relive history and learn about how Canada became the great nation it is today by visiting First and Second World War battlefields, historic sites and memorials. To win: you must be 15-17 years of age and submit an essay or project that is based on a question posted on the Vimy Foundation website.