There are many scholarships for St. Albert students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in St. Albert, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for St. Albert students in the following categories:
St. Albert High School Scholarships
St. Albert College Scholarships
St. Albert University Scholarships
Breakthrough Junior Challenge
Deadline: Jun 25, 2023
BBPA National Scholarship
Deadline: Jul 03, 2023
Bayer Fund Opportunity Scholarship
Deadline: Jun 08, 2023
Golf Canada Foundation Scholarships
Deadline: Jun 12, 2023
Canadian Hydrographic Association Award
Deadline: Jun 30, 2023
OYF Memorial Scholarship
Deadline: Jun 30, 2023
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Bellerose Composite High School
Ecole Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d'Youville
Paul Kane High School
St. Albert Catholic High School
St. Albert Storefront School
St. Gabriel Cyber School
Back in the day, St. Albert was first separated from Edmonton by some miles of agriculture farmland. In the 1980s, Edmonton's city limits expanded and this placed St. Albert immediately adjacent to the larger city on St. Albert's east and south sides.
There are various recreational facilities and complexes found in St. Albert. Like for example, during the year 2006, St. Albert city built a $42.77 million dollar multi-purpose leisure centre which is referred to as Servus Credit Union Place. Within this complex there is a large recreational aquatic centre, a running track, the pre-existing Mark Messier and Troy Murray hockey rinks, a 2000 seat performance rink, 3 basket ball courts, a big exercise room with state of the art machines, 2 soccer fields and a kid's play area and a lot more.
During the year 2006, there was some heated controversy when the city announced they were renaming the Troy Murray and Mark Messier hockey rinks, and were going to offer these rights for sale. Together, the two rinks were called Campbell Arena. They were originally named after these local hockey legends in the year 1992, shortly after the arena opened. The debate was so large it even included an article in Sports Illustrated. The Mayor, Paul Chalifoux decided to repeal the decision. Ever since, the Campbell twin arena has since been added onto and has become part of the creation of the St. Albert Multi-Purpose Leisure Centre.
In the city, the various recreation facilities comprise Fountain Park Pool, Grovesnor Pool and many children's play areas, racquetball courts and tennis courts.