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
Society of Manufacturing Engineers Scholarship
Deadline: Feb 01, 2024
Apprenticeship Service Program
Deadline: Mar 01, 2024
Deadline: Dec 01, 2023
Rubincam Youth Award
Deadline: Dec 15, 2023
Burger King Scholars Program
Deadline: Dec 15, 2023
Information Security Undergraduate Scholarship
Deadline: Feb 29, 2024
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
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.