Calgary Board of Education

 
Scholarships

CHHS Scholarships & Awards

Grade 12 Awards: Crescent Heights High School

Application Forms for the various scholarships below are all found online.  You will be asked to first create an account before you are able to apply for the scholarships online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Ms. Nish (Nishimura) in Student Services.

Deadline

Award

Value

Criteria

May

CHHS Alumni Association

$500.00 - 1000.00

Recognizes participation in CHHS’s extracurricular program, volunteer work, and/or contribution to the community. Financial need. Must be enrolled in a post secondary program in September. Click here for application form

June 1

Dr. James Duncan Campbell Memorial

$350.00

Graduating student currently attending Crescent Heights who has a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle who also graduated from Crescent Heights. Planning to attend post-secondary institution and have the highest academic average in four specific 30 level courses. Applications are available on the Calgary Foundation web site. Click here for application form

May 30 Durkie Arts Award $1000.00

Applicants must have demonstrated academic progress in grade 12 and marks sufficient for entrance to a post-secondary area of study. Selection will be based on the student’s school/community involvement in arts and reference letters. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May 30 Everett and Mitchell Code Scholarship $2,500.00

Open to applicants who are pursuing a further education in post-secondary or trades/vocational fields. Applicants must have been actively involved in athletics during their time at Crescent Heights High School, demonstrate financial need and have marks sufficient for entrance into their chosen program of study. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May

Frank Whipple Memorial

$500.00

Academic Achievement: minimum Grade 12 average of 65% with emphasis on Pure Math 30, Math 31, Applied Math 30; citizenship qualities; financial need. Specific information can be found on the education matters website: https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May 15

Joan Ethier Women in Science

$½ tuition
for 2 years

Female students having a strong aptitude and interest in, and enrolling in a Faculty of Science, Engineering, or a degree in Information/ Computer Systems in any faculty. Financial need. Letters of reference. Specific information can be found on the Education Matters web site: www.educationmatters.ca/

May 30 Laurie Sommerville Scholarship $2000.00

Open to students registered in grade 12 at Crescent Heights High School who are completing the requirements of a high school diploma, demonstrate financial need and wish to pursue post-secondary education. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May

Maurice A. Spring Memorial Vocational

$750.00

Minimum 65% in top 4 Grade 12 subjects. Financial need. Must attend post-secondary technical institute. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May

Maurice A. Spring Memorial Academic

$750.00

Minimum 80% in 5 subjects which meet University Entrance requirements. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

May 30 Olwen Thomas Memorial Award

$1000.00

Applicants must demonstrate financial need, be conscientious, demonstrate academic progress and have marks sufficient for entrance to a post-secondary area of study. Applicants must also be outstanding school citizens who are significantly involved in extra-curricular activities and act as positive influences for classmates, adding to the cooperative culture of Crescent Heights High School and, hopefully, to the community at large. Specific information can be found on the education matters website:https://www.educationmatters.ca/

June 25 Owen Hart Foundation Award $4000.00

These awards recognize students who are motivated to improve their lives through education. High academic achievement is not a requirement, but acceptance to a college, university or technical school is – a minimum 70 percent average and acceptance to post-secondary is required.

  • Be graduating with completed grade 12 from one of the following high schools: Forest Lawn, Western Canada, Ernest Manning, Crescent Heights, or Sir Winston Churchill
  • Preference given to students who hold part-time employment

Specific information can be found on the Calgary Foundation website:  Calgary Foundation

May 30

Teenagers Against Drunk Driving (TADD)

$350.00

Awarded to a student who has made a significant volunteer commitment throughout high school.  Specific information can be found on the Education Matters web site:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

Also awarded, no application required

 

A. McKillop

 

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Awarded to the top academic student in Grade 11. Specific information can be found on the Education Matters web site:
https://www.educationmatters.ca/

Ena Paul Memorial

 

Awarded to a student continuing in Fashion-related or Foods- related areas

Merit Contractors

 

Awarded to the top student in Metals or Cabinetmaking