Scholarships, Bursaries, and so much more!
A scholarship is an monetary award based on academics or merit (community involvement, athletics, program of study, etc.) that is given to a student to help support his/her post-secondary education. There are countless scholarships, awards, and bursaries available to students but, unfortunately, some of these remain unclaimed due to lack of applicants. This is why we greatly encourage our graduating students to spend some time researching and applying for scholarships.
One great way to find scholarships, is to sign up to www.scholarshipscanada.com or yconic.com and receive free information about scholarships that you qualify for. To keep organized and never miss a deadline, use our Scholarship Tracking Sheet. Need help applying for scholarships? Check out 7 Tips to Help You Find & Win Scholarships and talk to Mrs. Morrison.
Check out our Career Calendar to see any upcoming scholarships deadlines! To help students remember about these, please sign up for Remind messages so you receive reminders of scholarship deadlines. To sign up, visit remind.com/join/fgm12
If you missed the Scholarships 101 presentation, not to worry!
You can access the powerpoint slides, by clicking the image to the right.
Our school division publishes a Local Scholarship Booklet with over $75,000 worth of scholarships to help students in our school division achieve their dreams. All grade 12 students are encouraged to apply for our local scholarships. Click the image on the left to see the full 2021 SPERD Local Scholarship Booklet.
At the back of the booklet (starting on page 21), you will find a list of all the scholarships ONLY available to our F.G. Miller graduating Crusaders.The current list includes:
Barrie Wayne McFadyen Memorial Scholarship
Barrie Wayne McFadyen Trade Scholarship
Challenger Technical Services Scholarship
Jim Vinge Memorial Sports Award
Lawrence Modin Memorial Scholarship
Malcolm Robert McFadyen Memorial Scholarship
Violet E. McFadyen Memorial Scholarship
Provincial & National Scholarships
(organized by their deadline date)
Indigenous Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries
Student loans are different than scholarships and bursaries. The money received from a student loan needs to be repaid after you complete your post-secondary program and after a 6 month grace period. Visit the Student Aid Alberta website to complete the online application and you will be assessed for both Alberta Student Loan and the Canada Student loan as well as grants available.