There are many scholarships for Brock students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular high school located in Brock, please select the appropriate school from the list below. The scholarship database contains scholarships for Brock students in the following categories:

Brock High School Scholarships
Brock College Scholarships
Brock University Scholarships


Apply for an education grant from Canada PostCanada Post gives $2,000 grants to Indigenous Peoples who have renewed their educational learning. Find out how to apply for the award.Who can apply?You’re eligible to apply if you:Are a Canadian and a member of a First Nation, Métis or Inuit communityHave been out of school for 1 year or more and are...

Summit Physical Therapy Scholarship

Deadline: Aug 31, 2024
To be eligible for the Summit Physical Therapy scholarship a student must:1) Be attending college or university no later than January of 2025.2) Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by January of 2025.3) Have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or greater during their last academic year.4) Be a U.S. or Canadian resident.5) Submit answers to the essay...

Our scholarship program is designed to support, educate and inspire the next generation of leaders and professionals who have the power to change the future. We have three scholarship categories to help you achieve your education goals.Application Review ProcessApplications are reviewed by our selection committee based on your case for financial support, academic merit, community involvement, pursuit of studies that...

Young Heritage Leaders Scholarship

Deadline: Sep 30, 2024
The Ontario Heritage Trust’s Young Heritage Leaders program celebrates youth achievements in identifying, preserving, protecting and promoting local heritage.Canada Life is proud to sponsor Young Heritage Leaders, a program that fosters a sense of local pride, community involvement and volunteerism. Along with the Ontario Heritage Trust, they reward the young person whose leadership in preserving, protecting and promoting heritage is...

The ConnectHER Film Festival is an international youth competition that welcomes short films about issues that impact women and girls. Before making a film for submission, please read all of the following entry requirements and FAQs. We are excited to see your submissions! Good luck!Films must focus on one of our topic areas listed here. Categories include global girls’ education,...

Steel Intern Scholarship

Deadline: Oct 14, 2024
Steel Intern Scholarship – PAID Summer internship followed by a US$7,500 one-year scholarship.These awards are preceded by a required PAID summer internship at a North American steel-producing or steel-related company.Up to 50 one-year awards.Qualifying Criteria for ScholarshipsStudents studying engineering or engineering technology disciplines, in addition to computer science, data science, environmental/sustainability science, and safety or industrial safety programApplications will be...

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Brock is a township within the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario. The township of Brock is also a former municipality and geographic township prior to the merger that formed the current city. The Brock Township is situated on the east shore of Lake Simcoe about one hour northeast of Toronto. The city consists of three separate urban parts, several hamlets, and beautiful landscape. While agriculture is our largest employer, various commercial and industrial businesses are located in the urban parts of Sunderland, Beaverton and Cannington. The location of the Township on the Trent-Severn Waterway and Lake Simcoe make it a well-known tourist destination - both winter and summer season!

The first Brock Township was surveyed during 1817 as part of York County and the first meetings were held during 1833. The town was named for a young soldier, General Sir Isaac Brock who the Americans shot since he led his soldiers into battle trying to prevent the Americans from setting up a landing at Queenston Heights during the 1812 War.

The Township of Brock became part of the newly-created Ontario County in the year 1852. During the year 1878, Cannington was no longer part of the Township for municipal reasons and was incorporated as a village.

During the year 1974, as part of the municipal restructuring surrounding the creation of the Regional Municipality of Durham, Brock was merged with the Township of Thorah and the villages of Beaverton and Cannington to form the new Brock Township.

The commercial hub of the township and the biggest community is Beaverton, while the local high school and municipal administration is situated within Cannington.

Smaller communities within the township consist of Blackwater, Ball Subdivision, Creightons Corners, Cedar Beach, Derryville, Gamebridge, Maple Beach, Layton, Saginaw, Pinedale, Sunderland, Thorah Beach, Vallentyne, Vroomanton, Wilfrid and Wick.

The municipality's northern border comprises the Trent-Severn Waterway, which connects to Lake Simcoe by way of the Ramara Township. The Brock Township houses five locks.