Be the change you want to see in the world.
- Mahatma Gandhi
For details on these and other amazing opportunities, please see Ms. Lambe in Guidance!
Scholarships Webinar Kings CollegeHear about scholarship opportunities, learn about the application process, and get tips on how to prepare a stand-out application.
Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Time: 6:30 - 7 p.m.
Featuring: Assistant Registrar of Student Recruitment Yolana Wassersug and King's Vice President/Chair of the Scholarships Committee Peter O'Brien
RegisterMajor Entrance ScholarshipsKing's Major Entrance Scholarships require special applications and are due on January 15, 2019. Visit our website to learn more about each scholarship or to access application forms.
Sobey ScholarshipsThese scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, proven leadership skills, and involvement in school and/or community activities. The total award is $50,000--$17,000 in the first year and $11,000 in each of three subsequent years. Applicants must be Canadian citizens entering the first year of the Foundation Year Program (FYP) at King's.
Prince ScholarshipThe Prince Scholarship is valued at $24,000 ($6,000 per year) for African-Nova Scotian studentsentering King’s Foundation Year Program. This scholarship honoursthe community leadership of Dr. Samuel Prince (1886 – 1960), a King’s professor, Anglican priest, and pioneering sociologist who contributed to building the social welfare state in Canada.Harrison McCain Award, valued at $4,000 a year and renewable for up to four years.
Colin Starnes Award, valued at full tuition plus incidental fees for the first year of study at King's. It is awarded to a deserving Nova Scotian student on the basis of academic merit and demonstrated financial need.
Dr. Carrie Best Scholarship, open to applicants of African-Canadian or Indigenous descent. These awards have a total value of $20,000, with recipients receiving $5,000 a year and renewable for up to four years.
King's Theatrical Society Award, of either $1,000 or $2,000, for entering students who earned an average of 80% or higher and demonstrated service and initiative within their local theatre community.
Choral and Organ Scholarships, between $400 to $4,000 per academic year, based on merit, as demonstrated during the student's audition.
General Entrance ScholarshipsStudents who apply to King’s by March 1, 2019 are automatically considered for a General Entrance Scholarship, valued between $500 and $3500*:
- 80-84.9%: $500
- 85-89.9%: $2000
- 90-94.9%: $2500
- 95%+: $3500
We also provide funding based on financial need.
Applications Are OpenAdmissions to King's depend on a student's academic performance to date. Visit our website to learn more about admission requirements, important dates and deadlines, and tuition.
NSCC Test Drive is designed to help your students confirm that their NSCC program choice matches their career interests. If you have a student with a career plan in mind, we would encourage them to review our program details and sign up for their Test Drive online at https://www.nscc.ca/explorenscc/visit/index.asp.
Each student is asked to sign up individually so we can capture pertinent information and better support them as a prospective NSCC student.
We look forward to welcoming your students to campus very soon.
EWC: LIVE THE EXPERIENCE
ENCOUNTERS WITH CANADA is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes and dreams. For 35 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 107,000 youth have lived the EWC experience… now it’s your turn!
Please visit the guidance office for more information!
We’re looking for young, creative people with great ideas to effect some positive change. Apply to the EF Canadian Youth Ambassador Program by sharing your one idea that will make a difference in your community, across Canada, and around the world.
If you’re selected, you’ ll become one of our 30 Youth Ambassadors, earn a free trip to France to participate in the Vimy 100 anniversary ceremonies, and receive mentorship from community leaders and MPs.
Get inspired to change the world!
Blyth Academy-International summers: students in grades 9-12 can study in an Ontario accredited course and can choose from over 20 programs, in 30 countries, on 6 continents. This is an opportunity for students to widen their horizons while learning course material in places where knowledge can be directly applied. For more information to: email@example.com
Forum for Young Canadians is Canada's premier civics education program for students aged 15-19 years old. Forum brings students to Ottawa for a week of intensive academic adventure immersing them in the exciting world of national politics and public affairs. Participants in the program spend one week in Ottawa with 100 other young leaders from coast to coast to coast. Their classroom is Parliament Hill and their teachers are Ministers, Members of Parliament, Senators, senior public servants, members of the national media and business leaders. If you have leadership skills and the desire to share your opinions... you may belong at the Forum! www.forom.ca
Encounters with Canada is our nation’s largest and foremost youth forum for Canadians aged 14 to 17 years, located in Ottawa, Ontario at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre.Their mission is to bring together young Canadians from all provinces and territories to our nation’s capital to discover - through innovative, experiential learning activities - our nation’s diverse cultures, heritage, institutions, history and leaders, as well as to explore potential career options – all of which will help shape them into informed and engaged citizens and leaders of tomorrow. www.ewc-rdc.ca
Explore is a five week summer language bursary program that enables students to discover another region of Canada while learning French (most expenses are covered). Deadline to apply for Explore is February 28th of each year. For more information, please visit www.myexplore.ca
Shad Valley is for high school students in grades 10-12 who have a passion for mathematics and science, a creative entrepreneurial mind, initiative and drive, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and participation in extra curricular activities. What the program can do for you:
Prepare for university and learn how to work with the best.
Create positive change with a group of future leaders who will challenge, motivate, and inspire you to your next level of achievement.
Shad Valley offers an ambitious curriculum of academics, collaborative projects, and physical/recreational activities.
Please visit www.shad.ca
Page Program Live the Action on the Hill! Are you a grade 12 student headed to Ottawa University next year? Want to
meet people from across Canada? Interested in the Parliamentary system? Become a Page and assist Members of Parliament and other House Officials with their work in the House of Commons. Must be attending University in Ottawa in the fall, be fluent in both official languages. Visit parl.gc.ca/hocpage
Youth Summer Programs (University of Toronto) Every summer high school students are given the opportunity to experience the world of medicane and law at the University of Toronto. Students in grade 10-11 from across North America and beyond, are invited to learn more about each discipline from the best in the profession and experience residence life at one of Canada's most prestigious medical and law school. Visit FORUM for Young Canadians. Visit http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca/