There are many scholarships for Duncan students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in Duncan, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for Duncan students in the following categories:
Duncan High School Scholarships
Duncan College Scholarships
Duncan University Scholarships
Deadline: Oct 12, 2022
Women's Ministries Scholarship Program
Deadline: Oct 15, 2022
Lift Parts Express Scholarship
Deadline: Apr 30, 2023
Got a Spine Scholarship
Deadline: May 02, 2023
Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship
Deadline: Aug 31, 2022
Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Award
Deadline: Aug 31, 2022
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Cowichan Valley Open Learning Co-op
Distance Education Program
Duncan Christian School
Island Oak High School
Since the year 1985, the city of Duncan has converted itself into the "City of Totems," where hand-carved cedar poles created by local native artisans are shown in parks and downtown streets. There are around 80 totem poles found within the city of Duncan within both the the downtown area and half kilometer section of the Trans-Canada Highway. Individuals who are interested in self-guided tours that follow the yellow footprints can look at around 41 totems. The city of Duncan is also the home of the Coast Salish Indians. Every summer, tourists can look on as they knit the popular Cowichan sweaters which reflect the knitter's family design. The BC Forest Discovery Centre features outdoor and indoor exhibits of British Columbia's history of forest industry. There is likewise the steam locomotive, and all tourists are encouraged to take a ride on it as it travels through the forest. The Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre provides storytelling, food and exhibits to tourists. Cowichan elders and artists can likewise be seen at work. The goal of the centre is to create a sense of cultural pride amongst the First Peoples through weaving, education, art, beading and entertainment. Duncan is likewise the home of the "World's Largest Hockey Stick and Puck." Situated at the Cowichan Community Centre, the stick and puck are built making use of wooden beams which measures around 205 feet and weighs 61,000 pounds.
People who like fishing can surely enjoy going to Duncan. The Vancouver Island Trout Hatchery has a projected 150 streams and lakes on the surrounding Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands. Lots of species are located here, and common sightings of rainbow, steelhead, and cutthroat trout are found all over. The Freshwater Eco-Centre, which displays wild fish management, conservation and fisheries habitat protection, receives approximately 20,000 tourists annually. Somenos Marsh is a nature sanctuary for shorebirds, waterfowl and songbirds. The Cowichan River Provincial Park stretches roughly 20 kilometers to Glenora, south of Duncan, from the village of Lake Cochiwan. It preserves the Cochiwan River, and is known for its wild salmon and steelhead trout.