Outlook High School

Outlook High School is located in OUTLOOK, Saskatchewan. Scholarships for students attending Outlook High School can be found in our scholarship database. If you are searching for scholarships for students attending a different high school in OUTLOOK, visit the OUTLOOK directory.

Box 1720
OUTLOOK, Saskatchewan
S0L2N0
306-867-8697

Scholarships

Manitoba Indigenous Education Award

Deadline: May 31, 2024
$3,000
The Business Council of Manitoba’s Indigenous Education Awards Program was established by the Business Council of Manitoba in 2001.  Over the years, the program has partnered with the governments of Canada, Manitoba, and The Winnipeg Foundation to provide over 2,600 awards totaling more than $6.8 million to Indigenous students.Our Award recipients’ academic interests span the entire range of what our...

$2,000
AAUW-Reading Branch has established a Graduate Scholarship Fund to annually award scholarships to Berks County women who are pursuing full or part-time graduate study at an accredited educational institution. The money will be awarded for the following academic year.   Academic excellence is expected and financial need must be demonstrated.The applicant shall provide a completed typed application form (may be...

There are five (5) scholarships that are associated with the VAVRS.  All scholarship applications can be found on the VAVRS web site.  http://www.vavrs.com/forms.htmTips:When filling out applications answer ALL questions.  If the question does not apply to you, put N/A.  To leave a question unanswered makes the judges wonder if you even read the question.Read carefully, there are differences in eligibility...

John Reinert Scholarship

Deadline: Jun 07, 2024
$1,000
The John Reinert Scholarship award is for individuals who identify as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or transgender and who are pursuing a career in law enforcement by attending a basic law enforcement training program.  This could be a basic police academy, sheriff’s academy, corrections academy, or 9-1-1 dispatcher academy.  We believe that one of the best ways of eliminating homophobia in...

$2,500
Attorney David Kadzai appreciates the resilience and hard work it takes to become a first-generation college student. The journey of becoming the first person in your family to attend university is often filled with intimidating challenges and difficult circumstances. Attorney Kadzai hopes to alleviate some of the stress and difficulty of this journey by offering financial assistance to students. His...

The Educational Assistance ​(EA) Grant is a need-based grant that provides financial assistance to eligible applicants enrolled at postsecondary institutions. A student may receive an award for up to $3,000.Who May Apply?An individual who has demonstrated financial need and is eligible for in-state tuition and planning to enroll at a two-year or four-year Maryland college or university as a full-time...