There are many scholarships for Regina students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in Regina, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for Regina students in the following categories:
Regina High School Scholarships
Regina College Scholarships
Regina 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:
Archbishop M.C. O'Neill High School
Cochrane High School
Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School
F.W. Johnson Collegiate
Harvest City Christian Academy
Michael A. Riffel High School
Miller Comprehensive High School
Regina Christian School
Robert Usher Collegiate
St. Luke (Alternate) School
Winston Knoll Collegiate
The University of Regina and the fine arts constituency supports the culture and arts of the city of Regina. Fine arts, theatre and dance have been heavily featured within the city with the Regina Conservatory of Music being a main highlight of the universities music scene. The city of Regina likewise hosts several other yearly cultural events, like for instance Mosaic, The Regina Dragon Boat Festival, the Cathedral Village Arts Festival, the Regina Folk Festival and the Craven Country Jamboree. The Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, nowadays presently called the Conexus Arts Centre, is a concert hall complex widely-recognized for its most acoustically-perfect environment, hosts the Regina Symphony Orchestra (Canada's oldest performing orchestra), Opera Saskatchewan and the new Dance Horizons. There is also the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, the Globe Theatre, Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Cathedral, and the famous Casavant Freres pipe organs of the Knox-Metropolitan United Church.
The city of Regina is a travel location of the neighbouring North Dakota and Montana States, as well as the southeastern regions of Saskatchewan. Some of the most probable places that people visit comprise: The Evraz Place, an agricultural fair event every month of August, the Canadian Agribition, an agricultural show during the winter months, the Globe Theatre, Taylor Field sports stadium, Casino Regina, the Government House, the Roman Catholic Cathedral on the West End, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police national training Centre, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, which houses the 1914 Powerhouse on east Wascana Lake, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the Mormon Temple, known for its gorgeous buildings.
Regina's economy is very much dependent upon oil, potash, sodium sulphite, kaolin, and bentonite. Farming still plays a large role also, though not as significant as in past decades. Federated Co-op maintains a 103,000 barrel for every day refinery as the exploitation of the oil resources in Saskatchewan continues. Up to the present, the city of Regina is among the minor players within the development of Regina's civic economy.