We encourage students to apply for as many scholarships as possible to help reduce the costs of their post-secondary education. There are countless scholarships available to students and unfortunately, many go unclaimed because students don't apply.  Please make an appointment with Mrs. Morrison to get a list of places to look for scholarships.  One great way to find scholarships is to sign up to and receive free information about scholarships that students qualify for. To keep organized and never miss a deadline, use our Scholarship Tracking Sheet.  Need help applying for scholarships? Check out 5 Steps to Winning Scholarships and talk to Mrs. Morrison.


Check out our Career Calendar to stay on track of scholarship deadlines!  Don't forget to sign up for Remind messages so you get reminders of scholarship deadlines. 

We will be hosting a Scholarship Information Night on Thursday, October 24th at 8-9pm at St. Paul Regioanl High School. Parents of grade 12 students are invited to come learn about scholarships, bursaries and loans and get all the information about how to find scholarships and tips for applying. If you missed the presentation, not to worry, click the image to the left to download the powerpoint and contact Mrs. Morrison with any questions.

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Local Scholarships

Our school division publishes a Local Scholarship Booklet with over $75,000 worth of scholarships to help students in our school division achieve their dream.  All grade 12 students are encouraged to apply for our local scholarships.  Click the image below to see the full 2019 SPERD Local Scholarship Booklet. In January 2020, we will release our new booklet for our grads of 2020.

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Provincial & National Scholarships
(organized by deadline dates)
Indigenous Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships
Student Loans and Grants

Student Aid Alberta - 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 Student Aid Alberta website to complete the online application and you will be assessed for both Alberta Student Loans and Canada Student Loans as well as provincial and national grants.