Victoria

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

Victoria High School Scholarships
Victoria College Scholarships
Victoria University Scholarships

Scholarships

Loran Scholars

Deadline: Oct 12, 2022
$100,000
The selection of a Loran Scholar is unique in its attention to a young person’s character. We believe that integrity, courage, grit and personal autonomy are better indicators of overall potential than standard academic measures. To discover these traits, we administer the most comprehensive and thorough scholarship selection process in Canada. Tenable at 25 partner universities, the Loran Award is...

$20,000
The Women's Ministries Scholarship Program is established to give scholarships to women who are committed to serving the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who would otherwise be unable to afford a Christian education. Scholarship awards are based on academic achievement, financial need, and community outreach. Specific amounts of scholarship awards vary from year to year and are dependent on...

Lift Parts Express Scholarship

Deadline: Apr 30, 2023
$500
To be eligible for the Lift Parts Express Scholarship you must be either: A) A Current Senior in High School or B) A Freshman or Sophomore in College/University 1. Be a legal resident of the United States or Canada 2. Enrolled or expected to be enrolled by the Fall of 2023 3. Submit a completed online application form prior to...

Got a Spine Scholarship

Deadline: May 02, 2023
$500
To be eligible for the Arctic Chiropractic "Got a Spine Scholarship" a student must: 1) Be attending college or university no later than October of 2023. 2) Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by October of 2023. 3) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year. 4) Be a U.S. or Canadian...

Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship

Deadline: Aug 31, 2022
$500
Eligibility: To be eligible for the "Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship" a student must: 1) Be attending college or university no later than January of 2023. 2) Be attending college or university on a full-time or part-time basis by January of 2023. 3) Have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or greater during their last academic year. *Note that you can be...

$2,000
Canada 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: A) Are a Canadian and a member of a First Nation, Métis or Inuit community B) Have been out of school for 1 year or more and are returning...

For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Belmont Secondary
Byte Alternate Program
Claremont Secondary School
Continuing Ed SD 61
Esquimalt High School
Girls' Alternative Program
Glenlyon Norfolk School
Greater Victoria Christian Academy
Home Learners' Link
Juan de Fuca Distributed Learning
l'ecole Victor Brodeur
Lambrick Park Secondary
Mount Douglas Secondary
Oak Bay Secondary
Pacific Christian School
Pacific Secondary School
Regent Christian Online Academy
Reynolds Secondary
S J Willis Educational Centre
SD 63 Individual Learning Centre
South Island Distance Education School
Spectrum Community
St Andrew's Regional High
St Margaret's
St Michaels University School - Senior
Victoria High School
Westshore Centre for Learning & Training

Victoria is Western Canada's oldest city. It is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada. Before the people from Europe settled during the 1700's, the place was home to numerous communities of Coast Salish peoples, comprising the Songhees. Its name was chosen in honor of Queen Victoria, and when Vancouver Island's crown Colony was created during 1849, the town was laid out on the site and became the capital of the colony. Songhee's village was then transferred to Esquimalt. For the majority of the 19th century, Victoria became among the biggest city in British Columbia, and became amongst the leading commerce and trade players within the nation. Nevertheless, with the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway terminus on Burrard Inlet, Vancouver City became British Columbia's commercial hub. In the 20th century, Victoria developed into a city of retirement, tourism and government. It has an estimated 400,000 residents, with a moderate climate and scenic surroundings which makes a relaxing life for its people.

Beacon Hill Park is the main urban green space of central city. It is near Victoria's southern shore, that consists of playing fields, manicured gardens, a petting zoo exotic species of animals and plants like for example wild peacocks, and fabulous views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic mountain range. Victoria even has Garry Oak Meadow habitat, an ecosystem which once dominated the region. Downtown, Victoria has Royal British Columbia Museum/IMAX, National Geographic Theatre, Victoria Police Department, Christ Church Cathedral, The Empress Hotel and the British Columbia Legislative Buildings. There is also Butchart Gardens, Craigdarroch Castle, and Vancouver island's golf courses.

There are numerous local markets, major shopping malls and shops found within Victoria for those residents and visitors who love shopping. The layout of the city helps to encourage exploration in several side streets at a leisurely pace. Government Street shows the cities apparent British heritage, displaying lots of souvenirs, trinkets and gifts. From Irish lace to bone china from England, to handmade chocolates, to tartans from Scotland or cups of coffee, people would surely find anything nice to give to someone. One more best-kept secret for shoppers is the Trounce Alley, where gift shops and European fashion await the individuals who shop. Across the street is the Bastion Square, that consists of various shops and restaurants to select from. It's likewise good to visit the Market Square. It has forty merchants which offer the very best selections of specialty shops. For people who like antiques, they could visit Antique Row to find furniture, rare china, toys, and other trinkets.

The main trades in Victoria consist of the sectors of federal, technology, education, provincial government administration/services, and tourism. The main sectors within Greater Victoria consist of: technology products, online book publishing, light aircraft manufacturing, food products manufacturing, investment and banking, different private and public schools, different high tech businesses in pharmaceuticals, computers, engineering, telecommunications and architecture. The Victoria Advanced Technology Council is a partnership between industry and education that promotes high tech industry growth in the region of Victoria.