New Sarepta Community High School is located in New Sarepta, Alberta. Scholarships for students
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5150 Centre Street - P.O. Box 10
New Sarepta, Alberta
A) The Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia scholarships are awarded to students of Icelandic ancestry who are residents of British Columbia and are beginning or continuing a program of postsecondary education.
B) Applicants, parents or grandparents must be members in good standing of the Icelandic Canadian Club of B.C.
C) Awards will be given according to scholastic achievement. Consideration...
The Chancellors' Scholarship is generally awarded to someone who has achieved outstanding marks in High School.
Graduating or graduated from a Canadian high school
$30,000 ($7,500 over 4 years) Renewable for up to three additional years provided an 80% average is maintained.
A) Graduating from a Canadian high school
B) Proceeding directly from high school to university
C) Minimum high school average of 95%
Renewable for up to three additional years provided an 80% average is maintained.
Leadership and contributions to school/community life
Distracted driving, including due to texting and other cell phone use, is a serious issue that leads to hundreds of thousands of accidents and injuries in the United States each year. The problem is especially prominent among teen and young adult drivers, and teens are also at a greater risk of being the victim of a distracted driving accident.At Kanoski...
This scholarship was established at the University of Southern Maine in 2010 with initial pledges from Androscoggin Bank, Auburn Savings Bank and Mechanic Savings Bank to match gifts from the citizens of Androscoggin County. This scholarship will support students attending Lewiston-Auburn College.
A) Must be a part-time or full-time incoming freshman or transfer student from a regionally accredited institution...
The Credit Union Foundation of BC was established by BC credit unions in 1958 to support their members in their journey through post-secondary education. In this co-operative spirit, credit unions have helped thousands of members pursue their dreams and in turn build stronger and more vibrant communities.
The CUFBC has three application periods each year:
Winter: January 1 – February...