CEC Student Scholarship Form

NOTE: CEC Scholarships and their qualifications are listed below, under the link CEC Scholarships and their Qualifications. To be considered for any of these scholarships/bursaries from CEC, you must complete Part 1:Personal Info and Specific Criteria Checklist and Part 2:Activity Sheet found as links below.  Numerous scholarships and bursaries stress financial need. To be eligible for these awards you must submit a copy your parents/guardians 2015 Income Tax Statement of Income (Need to be able see Line 150) to Mr. Shreve (Student Services) for verification no later than March 10th by 4PM. Gross income amounts will be copied on to this application by Mr. Shreve and utilized by the Scholarship and Awards Committee only. All forms must be completed by the FIRM DEADLINE OF FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, 2017 by 4 PM. The scholarship awards and qualifications listed below are subject to change without notification.

There are many other scholarships for which students may apply. Some will be listed in a second booklet entitled External Scholarships & Bursaries.

STUDENTS MUST PLAN ON ATTENDING AS A FULL-TIME STUDENT IN THE 2017-2018 AT A RECOGNIZED POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION.

CEC Scholarships and Their Qualifications

Name of Scholarship Qualifications
AIMEE BUTTS SCHOLARSHIP -High achiever
-Pursuing a career in early elementary education with a specialty in French
ANNE P. JAMIESON MEMORIAL AWARD -Post secondary education-university
-Deserving student
AUSTIN BLAIR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Awarded to a Member of the CEC Hockey Team
BARBARA E. MERTENS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Graduating student
-Continuing education at university-majoring in History
-Final average of 80%
-Active participation in school/community
BLAIR CAMPBELL-CLARK MEMORIAL BURSARY -Child of a widow or widower
-Financial need
-Good academic standing
-Post secondary education
BURCHELL MACDOUGALL PRIZE IN CANADIAN LAW -Top student in Law 12
C L FILLMORE BURSARY -Graduating student
-Likelihood of success in post-high school education
-Financial need
CATHY (BAGNELL) FITZPATRICK BURSARY -Loss of a parent
-Pursuing post secondary studies
-Financial need
CATHY FOX BURSARY -Onslow student
-Will study art or be a teacher
CHARLIE MACDOUGALL BURSARY -Awarded to a student who has turned it around and will succeed in post secondary education
CHARLOTTE WHIDDEN MEMORIAL BURSARY -A graduating student who exemplifies a love of life through kindness and compassion to others
-Financial need maybe considered
CLARENCE G. FRASER MEMORIAL BURSARY -Post secondary
-Leadership
-Integrity
-May be financial need
-Sportsmanship
CLASS OF 1974 SCHOLARSHIP -Graduating student
-Continuing at post secondary level
CLIFFORD AND GRACE RETSON MEMORIAL BURSARY -Graduating student
-To be awarded to one female and one male student
-Must be a member of a CEC Varsity team
-Contributes to the welfare of the school through school activities and who shows strength of character and leadership qualities.
CLIFTON FEDERATION OF AGRICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP -Grade 12 accepted at NSAC
-Preference given to resident of Clifton District, Princeport, Green Oaks, Old Barns, Lower Truro
-Academic, character, need
DAVID TRUEMAN HIGGINS MEMORIAL -Graduating student
-Accepted into University school year immediately following graduation
-Recipient to exhibit qualities of honesty, industry, dependability and concern of others
-Award based on above qualities rather than scholastic achievement
DEBERT & AREA GARDEN CLUB -Colchester County
-Attending the NSAC and studying horticulture, if possible
DISABLED CONSUMER SOCIETY OF COLCHESTER BURSARY -Disabled student or student with a disabled family member
DR. REGIS CALLAGHAN MEMORIAL AWARD -Financial need
-Post-secondary applicant
-Leadership
-Integrity
ELIZABETH AKERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Not receiving any entrance scholarships
-Top 20% academically
-Study English and/or French at University
-Financial need
ELKE DUNPHY ART AWARD -A graduating student
-Interested in pursuing studies in the field of Fine Arts
GEORGE MACINTOSH MEMORIAL BURSARY -Graduating student
-Member of CEC Band Program
-Nominated by Band Auxiliary/Director
GORDON TOOLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Tractor mechanics course not heavy equipment course.
GP CLARKIN SCHOLARSHIP -CEP student in his/her graduating year
-Based on diligence
-Financial need
GRAHAM CAMERON AWARD -Awarded annually to a boy or girl in grade 12, who is an average or above-average student, and who conducts himself/herself in such a way as to bring honour to the school.
GREGORY DONALD NELSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Must be accepted into a degree program or two year diploma program at a community college
-Average must be 80% or above
-Involved in at least two extra curricular activities
-Need may be considered
HELEN WHITE MEMORIAL BURSARY -Colchester area student
-Financial need
HOME HARDWARE DEBERT DISTRIBUTION CENTER SCHOLARSHIP -High Achiever
-Pursing a career in Business
HONORABLE FB MCCURDY SCHOLARSHIP -Grade 12
-Resides in Olds Barns, Beaverbrook, Green Oaks (south of the Lower Truro Old Barns border)
HORACE MITCHELL BURSARY -Going to Dalhousie or King’s College
-Ambition and desire to go on and benefit from higher education
-Financial need
HORNE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP -Lives in the North River area
-Volunteers and is involved in sport activity
INTERTAPE POLYMER INC. SCHOLARSHIP -Son/daughter, grandson/granddaughter of a current employee or retired employee of Intertape Polymer
-Attending University or NSCC
-75% average
INTERTAPE POLYMER INC. SCIENCE MEDAL AWARD -Awarded to the recipient of CEC Science Medal
ISGONISH CHAPTER IODE BURSARY -Deserving student
-Entering NSAC
-Displaying qualities of scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship and citizenship
J. HARRIS READ BURSARY -Graduating student
-Continuing education at University, College, or Technical School
-Significant financial need
-Academic achievement
-Leadership in student affairs
J. MARCEL AUCOIN FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP -Graduating student and going on to study French
-Sincere, diligent, demonstrated love for French and ability in French
JAMES LITTLE BURSARY -Graduating student
-High scholastic standing
JAMIE SHEPHERD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Involved in community or school organized sports
-Planning to attend college/university
-Exemplifying lively outgoing character, personality, and contribution to athletic life
-Interests and talents in areas of competitive sports and to a lesser degree music
JASON FAHEY MEMORIAL BURSARY -A graduating student who demonstrates qualities of loyalty, leadership and courage
-Financial need
-Award based on qualities above rather than scholastic achievement.
JENNA BOWERS-BRYANTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Has taken an active roll in helping to stop bullying at CEC
-Has taken an active role in making a difference in regards to mental health and/or depression
-Financial need
JENNA DELANEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Awarded to a student who has demonstrated superior achievement in school studies
-Has achieved an outstanding record in all aspects of school and community involvement.
JOHN (JACK) WATSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Planning to attend a post secondary institution
-Financial need
-Academic achievement
JOHN DEWEY SQUIRES MEMORIAL BURSARY -Graduating student
-Satisfactory academic standing
-Involvement in extra-curricular activities
-Open to all faculties of study
-Planning to attend St. Mary’s University
JS YOUNG MEMORIAL BURSARY -Student pursuing career in physical education, physiotherapy, sports medicine, or related subjects at university/college in Nova Scotia
-Scholastic standing
-Character, personality, leadership, extra-curricular, community activities and financial need
KENNETH LEROY STAPLES MEMORIAL BURSARY -Good student, active in school activities
-Financial need
-Preference to student entering Acadia University
LINDA TOWER-RUSHTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Actively involved in volunteering and community activities
-West Colchester Area students
M LOIS SMITH BURSARY -Grade 12
-Male
-Going on in English
MACDONALD CHICHOLM TRASK INSURANCE BURSARY -Planning to attend a post secondary
-Graduate
MACQUARRIES SCHOLARSHIP -Good student-not necessarily an honours student
-Employee of MacQuarries or perhaps a relative of an employee
-Plans to attend a post secondary institution
-If the above cannot be met, the money could go to a student pursuing a career in pharmacy
MARION AND HOWARD GRAY MEMORIAL AWARD -Graduating student
-Has a genuine interest in the natural sciences-biology
-Going on to further studies at the post secondary level
MARK T. FULMER SCHOLARSHIP -Top male and a top female student residing in Economy or Five Islands with a postal code of BOM 1J0 or B0M 1B0
MARY WITHROW BURSARY -Excellence in Mathematics
MLA AWARD FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE -Leadership in area of social justice
MUNICIPALITY OF COLCHESTER COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP -Must be from the Municipality of Colchester County
-Must not reside in Truro
MUNICIPALITY OF COLCHESTER COUNTY TRADES SCHOLARSHIP -Must be from the Municipality of Colchester County
-Must not reside in Truro
-Must be enrolled in a Trades program for next school year.
NOSCO BURSARY -Graduating student
-Student must be accepted to a post-secondary program offered by an accredited educational institution. May study theater/music.
-Financial need shall be considered, but not overriding the above.
NOVA SCOTIA FREEMASON’S BURSARY-CORINTHIAN MASONIC LODGE NO. 63 -Graduating student
-Resident of West Colchester (Five Islands-Glenholme)
-Continuing education at an Atlantic Province University or NSCC
-Minimum average 75%
-Actively involved in volunteer, community work
NOVA SCOTIA FREEMASON’S BURSARY-THE WIDOWS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE CORINTHIAN MASONIC LODGE NO. 63 -Graduating student
-Resident of West Colchester (Five Islands-Glenholme)
-Continuing education at an Atlantic Province University or NSCC
-Minimum average 75%
-Actively involved in volunteer, community work
PEARL SAYER MEMORIAL BURSARY -Graduating student
-Exhibiting qualities of character, compassion and concern for others
PHOENIX IOOF LODGE #50 SCHOLARSHIP Established by Phoenix Lodge #50, Independent Order of Odd Fellows
-Based on character and financial need
RBC AWARD -Graduating student pursuing a post
–secondary business degree
-Combination of academic merits and/or financial need
ROB BRUCE MEMORIAL AWARD -Graduating student with interests and talent in areas of drama and creative writing
ROBERT WILLIAM FOWLIE AWARD -Must be entering post-secondary
-Average scholastic abilities
-Financial need
STUART GRUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Actively involved in volunteering and community activities
-Exhibit qualities of honesty and sportsmanship
-West Colchester Area students
THELMA LEGGE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Based on academic achievement, personal attributes and extra-curricular achievement
-Paid at beginning of 2nd semester, following proof of registration
TIM DELANEY MEMORIAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP -Must be graduating with acceptance into a post-secondary institution majoring in music
-Financial need
-Good academic standing
-Colchester County resident
TOWN OF TRURO SCHOLARSHIP -Must be a resident of the Town of Truro
-50% Community and school involvement
-50% Academic
TRURO BEARCATS SCHOLARSHIP -High achiever
-Plans to attend a Truro college so that he can play for the Truro Bearcats
TRURO DAILY NEWS ENGLISH LANGUAGE AWARD -Graduating student
-Continuing at post secondary level
-Special aptitude for communication skills
TRURO & COLCHESTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHOLARSHIP -Shows initiative and has progressed well during the academic year
-Intends to pursue post-secondary education at either the University or Community College level
-Has demonstrated business acumen and has an interest in pursuing a business or commerce-related course load
-Has a genuine financial need
WBLI STAN CHOOK MAXWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -Must be entering post secondary studies
–high level of community involvement and desire to help others and active in school affairs
-Satisfactory academic standing-financial need maybe a factor if finalists are similar in qualifications.
WILL KARE PAVING SCHOLARSHIP -Career in construction, heavy equipment, engineering
WINK DAY SPA BURSARY -Graduating student
-Going into massage therapy and/or aesthetics
STUDENT COUNCIL AWARDS -Ask John Dickie

CEC Scholarships, Part 1 Personal Info & Specific Criteria Checklist

Full Name (Required)

Email (Required)
Phone

Resident of:

Lower Truro to Goss Bridge
Colchester County resident (outside of Truro)
Truro resident (within town boundaries)
West Colchester, Five Islands or Glenholme resident
North Colchester resident (not Truro/Bible-Hill)
Debert and Debert area resident
Lives in the North River Area
Central Colchester Jr. High graduate
Bible Hill Jr. High graduate
Post Secondary:

Planning to attend Acadia
Planning to attend Dalhousie University-Halifax
Planning to attend Dalhousie University-Faculty of Agriculture
Planning to attend Universite Sainte Anne
Planning to attend University of King’s College
Planning to attend St. Mary’s
Planning to attend NSCC
Plans to Study:

Plans to study French
Plans to study Engineering
Plans to study English
Plans to study Drama or Creative Writing
Plans to study Biology
Plans to study Elementary Education and French
Plans to study History
Plans to study Business or Entrepreneurship
Plans to Art or Fine Arts
Plans to study Music
Plans to study Kinesiology, Physiotherapy, or Sports Medicine
Plans to study Music
Plans to study a Trade:
(Please Specify)
Others:

Parent employed by Intertape Polymer.
Parents Name:
Employed by MacQuarrie’s or parent employed by MacQuarrie’s.
Employee Name:
Member of the Truro Jr. ‘A’ Bearcat hockey team
Member of CEC Band
Disabled student or disabled family member.
Please indicate parent/student name:
Parent/sibling(s) have passed away.
Specify Relationship:
CEC Hockey Team Player
Involved in community or school sports
CEP Student
Member of the Social Justice group
Central Colchester Jr. High graduate
Massage Therapy and/or Aesthetics
Bible Hill Jr. High graduate
Member of Student Council
Member of Student Council Executive
IMPORTANT - Scholarships & Bursaries Involving Financial Need - IMPORTANT
Numerous scholarships and bursaries stress financial need. To be eligible for these awards you must submit a copy your parents/guardians 2015 Income Tax Statement of Income (Need to be able see Line 150) to Mr. Shreve (Student Services) for verification February 23rd by 4PM. Gross and Net income amounts will be copied on to this application by Mr. Shreve and utilized by the Scholarship and Awards Committee only.
Parents may convey other pertinent financial circumstances on the reverse side of this form.
External Awards: Students wishing to be eligible for CEC need-based awards must disclose the amount(s) of the award(s) you will be receiving to Mr. Shreve ASAP (within one week of notification).
OFFICE USE ONLY
Gross Income Parent/Guardian 1:


Gross Income Parent/Guardian 2:

Parents may convey other pertinent financial circumstances, deemed necessary, below:

Please print a copy and bring it to Student Services

CEC Scholarships, Part 2-Please Print Off the 3 Types of Activity Sheets Below and Submit them with Their Application to Student Services:

Leadership Acitivites Gr 10,11,12

Volunteer Community Service Gr 10,11,12

Other Activities or involvements gr 10,11,12