The Scholarship Report

The Scholarship Report

what is it? 


The Scholarship Report is a bi-monthly digital information resource for students. It features current national and provincial scholarship listings as well as helpful tips in the search for all forms of postsecondary funding. Information on University/College Open Houses, application deadlines and fees, the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and other material pertinent is also provided. The Scholarship Report is a valuable tool that supports individual pathway planning by ensuring that all students are provided with the necessary knowledge required for effective financial planning in order to reach their post-secondary education goals, whether those goals involve skilled trades, technical programs, college, or university.

Link to come....  


Scholarship Information

National Scholarship Month:

National Scholarship Month is in full swing and with this observance in mind, the team at is highlighting our comprehensive financial aid and scholarship guides for college students to share information about different resources that can be utilized to fund a college education. We've created an in-depth, expert-verified Guide to FAFSA and Financial Aid and also published a number of comprehensive scholarship guides to help all students in their journey to gaining a degree:


Scholarships @ ScholarTree

ScholarTree is back for another year of helping graduating students find scholarships. Over the summer we added over 100 new awards to ScholarTree.

Since it is early in the year, here are some of our blogs that may be useful to students looking to apply to scholarships this year:

Additionally, here are a couple of significant scholarships that are available now:

>> Where to find scholarships and application tips.pdf

Seeking Scholarships

The entire family can attend with the purchase of a family ticket. It is a two-hour session with a Q&A period at the conclusion of the presentation. Jane Kristoffy of Right Track Educational Services, and I, are two experienced educators and parents. Between us, we have kids in high school and university so we have been through this and understand the questions parents may have. Our kids have won scholarships and gained admittance into their first-choice programs.

Jane talks about setting goals grade-by-grade in high school, career awareness, tips to get into competitive programs, and application strategies. I talk about the cost of school and the various means to pay for it, including scholarships and bursaries (where to find them, application tips, how to prepare for them, etc.). We share experiences, examples, and anecdotes.

We supplement the hard work of guidance counsellors and teachers and hope to remove the stress of the unknown from parents and students.

Parents can PURCHASE A FAMILY TICKET for any of the dates below. 

"Extremely valuable sessions. Learned a LOT. Thank you both for a wealth of insights and helpful advice. We will recommend your session to others!" - parent attendee

"With all this practical and applicable information it is never too late or too early to attend a session like this. As a parent, I feel prepared, energized and ready to support my child in her post-secondary academic pursuits." - parent attendee


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Scholarships to apply for

TD Scholarship for Community Leadership 

TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are open to students across Canada who:

~ Have demonstrated community leadership
~ Are in the final year of high school (outside Quebec) or CEGEP (in Quebec)
~ Have a minimum overall grade average of 75% in their most recently completed school year

Deadline: Monday November 15th 2021

See the link below for more details & eligibility: 


Schulich Leader Scholarship 

Schulich Leader Nominee 2021-2022

Do you wish to be considered as a Schulich Leader Nominee

Please tell us in 200 words why you should be selected as a Schulich Leader Nominee.  Please refer to the eligibility criteria listed below. 

Email your response to  to be considered by West Carleton S.S.  Guidance Counsellors 

Please note:  Nomination Deadline is January 26th 2022

Student Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduate high school or Cégep in the 2021/2022 academic year

  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident

  • Plan to enroll in an eligible STEM program at on of our partner universities

  • Be entrepreneurial-minded and intend to pursue a career in one or more of the following focus areas:

    •   Technology 
    • Engineering
    • Entrepreneurship and business enterprise
    • Applied scientific research
    • E

    •    Students NOT considered:

  • Focus on activism (environmental/political/societal)

  • Intend to become a practicing physician and/or medical researcher (e.g. Doctor Dentist, Nurse, Psychologist, Pharmacist, Optometrist etc.)

  • Intend to become a Professor and conduct theoretical research

For more information please click the link below....

Loran Scholars Foundation

Application CLOSED

In partnership with universitiesdonors and volunteers across the country, we’re investing in the future of Canada. We offer the country’s largest and most comprehensive four-year undergraduate award (valued at $100,000) to young Canadians on the basis of character, service and the promise of leadership.

Please review the information thoroughly at  Becoming a scholar

Information Flyer

Nancy Douglas Memorial Award


This award is open for all OCDSB graduating students pursuing post secondary education. The recipient of this award should demonstrate leadership and a financial need.
 Please see the link for full details.

OFSAA Alumni Scholarship


To apply for the OFSAA Alumni Scholarship the following must be submitted:

  • Completed application form (3 copies)
  • School transcript
  • Record of current marks
  • Letter of recommendation from a teacher or a teacher-coach at your present school outlining your contributions to the athletic program and to the school in general
  • One-page personal letter, outlining how you feel school sport has influenced your life, and why you feel you are deserving of the OFSAA Alumni Scholarship

Download the application form

For full details please visit the website by clicking the link below... 

Scholarship Website

Science Scholarship Competition with U of O

ZONTA Club of Ottawa Youth Awards 2021


The Zonta Club of Ottawa, Canada has been providing service in the community since 1929. We are one of 1,200 clubs in 63 countries whose mission is to empower women worldwide through service and advocacy. We envision a world in which women’s rights are recognized as human rights and every woman is able to achieve her potential. For women and girls, education provides the tools and resources to empower them
to make decisions about their lives and their future.

For over 20 years, we have presented annually the Young Women in Public Affairs Award and the Jean M.
Coon Award to high school girls in Ottawa.

The Ilana and Steven Rubin Education Scholarship  

Valued at $1,800, this scholarship aims to help students who wish to attend a post-secondary institution.  Applications for the Ilana and Steven Rubin Scholarship opened on January 26, 2021.

The scholarship is open to ALL High School students (regardless of religion) graduating in 2021 and then going on to university, college, or higher institution of learning that provides programs of at least two years or more.   The scholarship is open to High School students graduating in 2021 and then going on to university, college, or a higher institution of learning that provides programs of at least two years or more. Students applying for the scholarship must have marks between 70 and 89 for grades 11 and 12 combined.  

To Apply:

Application Form coming in early 2022

Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Awards


The Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Awards are named for Cliff Bennett, naturalist, community volunteer, artist, retired teacher, and a founding member of the Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists. In February 2007, Cliff’s friends and family celebrated his 75th birthday by establishing The Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Fund in his name. The Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Fund supports MVFN’s Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary awards program for local students going on to post-secondary education in a field related to nature and the natural environment.

Please visit the website for full details and application requirements....


Application Form > 

Updated Flyer > 

University of Guelph Scholarships

Application for U of G's Top Scholarships

These scholarships will be allocated as:

The application for Fall 2021 will be available November 30.

Student Application Deadline: CLOSED- will be available late Nov 2021

Reference Letters Deadline: CLOSED- will be available late Nov 2021

Dr. Franco J. Vaccarino President's Scholarship

The Dr. Franco J. Vaccarino President's Scholarship is the University of Guelph's most prestigious undergraduate entrance award for international students. It was established in honour of the University’s eighth president, Dr. Franco Vaccarino, to acknowledge his remarkable impact on the University.

One scholarship is awarded each year to the top international student. It is valued at $42,000 and includes a research assistantship position and mentorship by one of the University's leading professors.

For more information visit....

The application for Fall 2021 will be available November 30.

Student Application Deadline: CLOSED- will be available late Nov 2021

Reference Letters Deadline: CLOSED- will be available late Nov 2021

Queens University - 

This Scholarship requires a school nomination -

Please email Ms. Dicerni at to request a school nomination application.

Deadline to submit this application to Ms. Dicerni
December 8th 2021

Total Value = $36,000
• Superior academic ability
• Creative and original thinking
• Proven leadership qualities
• High school nomination required*

In order to be considered for a Chancellor's Scholarship, the applicant must receive a nomination from the high school where they most recently attended full time study.

Nominations from institutions where the applicant is enrolled in part-time studies will not be accepted.

* Please note: The Queen’s Accelerated Route to Medical School (QuARMS) admission process is no longer linked to the Chancellor’s Scholarship application process.  
For complete information about the QuARMS pathway and admission process, please refer to the School of Medicine website.

Grades - 90% +
Duration - Renewable for 3 subsequent years (4 years total) provided a GPA of 3.5 is achieved in a full course load each year. 
Selected recipients will receive further information about renewal criteria.
Annual Value - $9,000
Number Available - 50
Deadline to Apply December 8th 2021

See website for more details -

March Break Scholarships

There are many scholarships (over $850, 000) that are available to students over the March Break.
Not all awards will apply to all students.

Visit Scholar Tree @ Scholartree or stop by guidance for more information

Nelson Scholarships

Nelson scholarships recognize grade 12 students for their work in the classroom and in their communities. 

This program is one of the many ways Nelson are demonstrating our commitment to student success.
Over the past 6 years, Nelson has awarded 16 scholarships amounting to $48,000 for students.
This year, Nelson are excited to offer two opportunities; 
the Civic Leadership Scholarship and the Indigenous Student Scholarship, with a significant award of $10,000 per recipient.
To learn more visit

INDIGENOUS STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP- Deadline is Nov 1st and Feb 1st 2021

Important Information From The Federal Government:

On April 22, the federal government announced new initiatives for Canadian students in light of COVID-19’s effect on summer jobs. 


The Canada Student Service Grant of $1000-$5000 is to reward students “who choose to do national service and serve their communities” in the fight against COVID-19 and will also help students gain work experience, skills, and pay for tuition in September. Volunteer programs will be aimed at essential services in areas such as agriculture, food services, and the health sector. The amount of Grant you receive will depend on your volunteer hours.



Student grants will be doubled in 2020-21 including those grants for students with dependents and permanent disabilities. Fulltime students are eligible for up to $6,000 and part-time students are eligible for up to $3,600.



The maximum weekly amount for the Canada Student Loans Program will increase from $210 to $350.



The government is investing an additional $75.2 million in existing distinctions-based support for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation students.



When assessing financial aid for students the expected student contributions will be broadened because many students and parents may not have the extra income to save for postsecondary education.


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