Lionel High School Chemistry Scholarships
The Lionel High School Scholarship has been established to assist high school students who show an interest to study chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering at a postsecondary institution, but who would not be able to attend without significant financial assistance. Selection is based on achievement in school, interest in chemical-related studies, and financial need. The scholarship is given towards up to 4 years tuition in the program.
To be eligible for this Scholarship, the high school student must:
A) Be a Canadian citizen or permanentresident;
B) Have shown an interest in chemistry related studies;
C) Plan to enroll in a BSc program in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering at a Canadian university, a pre-university 2-year program, or diploma program at a college or Cégep, within the year of graduation from high school;
D) Demonstrate need for financial assistance;
E) Maintain a B (75%) average minimum throughout their program of study; and
F) Provide annual proof that they are continuing in the program.
How to apply
Eligible students should submit the following by March 1 of each year. If March 1 is a weekend, the deadline reverts to the next working day.
A) Letter outlining future goals and plans to achieve them
B) Official High School Transcripts
C) At least one Letter of Recommendation (high school science teacher/ guidance counsellor or other school official). The letter should include a description of the applicant’s enthusiasm and commitment toward a chemistry-related career, as well as their academic success. If the student has participated in any other science outreach activities a letter of recommendation from the coordinator would be useful. (Canadian Chemistry Contest, Canadian Chemistry Olympiad, National Chemistry Week, etc.)
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