There are many scholarships for Brantford students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in Brantford, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for Brantford students in the following categories:
Brantford High School Scholarships
Brantford College Scholarships
Brantford University Scholarships
Kochhar & Co. Scholarship
Deadline: Mar 31, 2023
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
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Assumption College School
Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School
North Park Collegiate and Vocational School
Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School
St John's College
Tollgate Technological Skills Centre Secondary School
There are numerous cultural places situated within Brantford, which feature the arts. The buildings consist of the Brantford Arts Block, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Glenhyrst Gardens, Sanderson Centre, and Woodland Cultural Centre. Museum lovers can go to the various museums consisting of: the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site, Bell Homestead National Historic Site, Canadian Military Heritage and Vintage Motorcycle Museum, Brant Museum and Archives, Chiefswood National Historic Site, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Myrtleville House Museum, Her majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, Sanderson Centre, Personal Computer Museum, Woodland Cultural Centre and Sports Hall of Recognition.
There are several great trails and parks in the city of Brantford, for all its residents and visitors to enjoy. A few of these parks offer recreational or sports activities, and there are parks geared toward peace and relaxation. Gordon Glaves Memorial Pathway is the most popular trail in the city, and the most well-known parks comprise: Alexandra Park, Anne Good Park, Armouries Gore Park, Bell Memorial Park, Ballview Park, Bill Little Park, Brier Park, Brenda Court Park, Burnley Park, Cameron Heights Park, Cedarland Park, Charles Ward Park, D'Aubigny Creek Park, City View Park, Florence Buchanan Park, Earl Haig Fun Park, George Campbell, Iroquois Park, Lorne Park, Mayfair Park, Orchard Park, Princess Anne Park, Recreation Park, Robert Moore Park, Turtle Pond Park, Wilkes park and Spring Gardens Park.
Brantford's influence in Canada's economy was greatly felt all through the first half of the 20th Century, since it was once ranked 3rd in all Canadian cities that have the highest cash-value of manufactured export goods. The reason for its profitable value lies in its geography. The city is at the deepest navigational point of the Grant River in addition to a railroad center of Southern Ontario. The combination of water and rails helped the city's farming community thrive into a blue-collar industrial city based on farm-based businesses, such as Massey-Harris, Cockshutt Plow Company and Verity Plow. During the later years, Highway 403 was completed in the year 1997. Connected from from Ancaster to Brantford, it was designed to encourage easy access to Hamilton and Toronto, which is another good incentive for companies to put up their businesses in the city. Numerous companies started their businesses here, like Procter and Gamble and Ferrero Spa.