There are many scholarships for Red Deer students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in Red Deer, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for Red Deer students in the following categories:
Red Deer High School Scholarships
Red Deer College Scholarships
Red Deer University Scholarships
Young Women in Public Affairs Award
Deadline: Apr 01, 2023
Global Lift Equipment Scholarship
Deadline: Apr 15, 2023
10 Words or Less Scholarship
Deadline: Apr 15, 2023
Lift Parts Express Scholarship
Deadline: Apr 30, 2023
Odenza Vacations College Scholarship
Deadline: May 01, 2023
Got a Spine Scholarship
Deadline: May 02, 2023
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Ecole Secondaire Notre Dame High School
Hunting Hills High School
Koinonia Christian School (Red Deer)
Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School
North Cottage High School
Pursuit High School Program
Quest High School
River Glen School
South Side Christian School
St. Gabriel Cyber School
The Third Academy at Red Deer
Waskasoo Park within the city of Red Deer, gives the city an alternate name of the "Park City." The more popular parks and attractions are the Waskasoo Park, Collicutt Centre, Recreation Centre, Canyon Ski an Recreation Centre, Westerner Exposition Grounds, Enmax Centrium, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, G.H. Dawe Community centre and Greater Red Deer Visitor Centre. It is an eighty kilometer multi-use trails for biking, rollerblading, cross-county skiing, walking, horseback riding and snowshoeing. The park has is perfect for wildlife and bird watching, and it even has various highlights, such as: Fort Normandeau, Heritage Ranch, Great Chief (Maskeptoon) Park, Bower Ponds and Cronquist Heritage Centre, Coronation Park, Great Cheif Athletic Park, Kin kanyon, Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary, Lions Campground, Three Mile Bend, Kiwanis Picnic Ground, Discovery Canyon, BMX Park and Great West Adventure Park. The Collicutt Centre is a large, state of the art facility which comprises an indoor running track, swimming pools, a hockey rink, field houses, basketball courts, gymnastic centre, fitness and training rooms, climbing walls and lacrosse.
Within Red Deer, there are several interpretive museums and centres including the Red Deer & District Archives, Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, Sunnybrook Farm Museum & Interpretive Centre, Tourism Red Deer, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, Kerry Wood Nature Centre, and Fort Normandeau. Working to be able to create a more memorable experience for its visitors, the Red Deer Museum + Art aims to to help them understand the people, history and culture of Central Alberta. Sunnybrook Farm Museum celebrates the early days of Alberta farming. The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is a hands-on, interactive celebration of Alberta's sporting history. It also offers group activities, an education program, meeting room rentals and party/reception facility rental. The Kerry Wood Nature Centre is Red Deer's year-round home of entertaining nature activities, exhibits, and information-giving.
Red Deer is a growing manufacturing trade. It even has a strong agriculture, oil, petrochemicals, retail and wholesale service and distribution industry. Manufacturing and service industries are lucrative at Red Deer, with metal fabrication being the largest sector, whilst machinery, wood cabinetry, and food processing are the second largest sectors in the manufacturing business. Distribution is likewise a strong part, because Red Deer's location makes it a perfect distribution centre for businesses within Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Alberta. The more reputable company under this particular industry is Daimler Chrysler Canada, that has consistently won efficiency awards under this particular category. Agriculture and food processing is likewise a lucrative endeavor, with Olymel and Nossack Fine Meats leading the business. Tourism is also a featured sector, since Red Deer boasts of various hotels which range in price range and size. Retail and Wholesale services are likewise doing very well, and many new malls are opening, like for instance: Winners, Michael's Arts & Crafts, Future Shop, Chapters and Wal-Mart (two locations) to Red Deer, as well as Home Depot and London Drugs.