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Student Financial Aid information for 2023-2024 is now available. Refer to the following links:
Student Financial Assistance Application
Full-Time Study:

A $1000.00 bursary will be offered this year to a student who intends to pursue their studies at a post-secondary institution. This bursary will be paid directly to the successful candidate's institution of choice to offset tuition and enrollment fees.

The application is attached.

Also, copies of the application are located in the guidance center. 

See the guidance counselor if you have any questions.

Submit your application to the guidance counselor no later than May 31st.

Posted: May 2, 2023

Derek Audfroid Memorial Award is now available.

Submit the application to Lori Johnson, Principal of DRHS.

Submission date: May 31st, 2023

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The Dalhousie Lions Club will be offering two scholarships in the amount of $500.

See application attached. Copies of the application are located on the scholarship table in the guidance center.

Submit your scholarship application to the guidance counselor no later than Thursday, June 1st, 2023.

Posted: May 2, 2023

The Rotary Bursary is based on the following criteria:

- Community Activities

- School Activities

- Activities-cultural, sports, ...

- Family Income

- Academic Scores

- Hobbies and Sports

This is a $1000 bursary for one year. The cheque will be given after proof of attendance and proof of tuition paid from second semester is forward to the Rotary by the recipient. 

See the attached document for more information and the application. Application is available in the guidance center.

Submission: May 26th, 2023

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Course Selection presentation for the Grade 9 students for the Academic school year 2023-2024 will take place on April 26th.

The documents posted will be presented. 

The grade 10 registration form will be completed by your child, reviewed by the parent/guardian, and parent/guardian signature is required. Your child will return the Grade 10 registration form (2023-2024) to their English teacher.

Course requests will be completed in Power School in May.

If you have any concerns contact the school admin (Lori Johnson & Kathy Parker) or school guidance counselor (Colleen Harquail). 

Posted: April 21, 2023

Four scholarships will be offered to grade 12 students pursuing post-secondary education this fall. Two will be awarded to DRHS students. 

Scholarship amount: $500

Applications are available on the scholarship table in the guidance center. 

See attached scholarship application.

Deadline to submit: June 1, 2023

From May 4-6th, St. Thomas University will be hosting a free, three-day camp exclusively for Indigenous Youth in New Brunswick.  


Our goal is to familiarize Indigenous youth with post-secondary options and what campus life looks like.    


During the camp, students will have a chance to explore what it’s like to be a university student by staying in a STU residence, dining at the campus meal hall, and learning from award-winning professors, while also taking part in fun activities, engaging in Wabanaki cultural teachings, and becoming familiar with Fredericton.  


We invite you to share this invitation and information package (attached) for the camp with any of your students currently in grades 10,11, and 12. Students can register for the camp HERE


The deadline for registration has been extended to 11:59pm on April 21st, and if you or any students have questions about the camp, please feel free to reach out to Kamryn Saulis, our Indigenous Student Services Coordinator, at



Posted: April 4, 2023

Course Registration for 2023-2024 starts on April 4th for the grade 11's and April 17th for the grade 10's. 

For more information see the DRHS Course Registration Guide 2023-2024, the Appendix document, and the Course List 2023-2024.

Charlo Salmonid Enhancement Center, Inc. are looking for students to work during the summer of 2023.


1) Grade 12 completed or higher level in May-June 2023

2) Registered full-time in a post-secondary program (College or University) in September 2023

3) Must enjoy working outside and physically

Resume and cover letter accepted from now until May 15th. 2023. Email your resume and cover letter to 

For more information see the job offer posted and the guidance counselor.

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1. One scholarship will be given to children of AV Group NB Inc., Atholville Mill employees.

2. Extra-curricular/volunteer activities

3. Academic achievement

The application must be submitted to the guidance counselor on Thursday, May 25. 2023.

Applications are located in the Guidance Center. See the Guidance Counsellor if you have any questions regarding the application.


Please return this completed application form to your High School Guidance Office no later than May 27. -

SCHOLARSHIP VALUE - Total value: $1,000 (in two equal installments towards tuition fees).

ELIGIBILITY - All Anglophone New Brunswick high school graduate students accepted (or on a waiting list) in the current year at any campus of the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) or the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design are eligible.

How to fill in this form electronically: click on "Tab" on your keyboard to advance to the next box. - Form_NBPCES-BEPACPNB.pdf


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Refer to the link above for information on First Nation Student Educational Opportunities: Scholarships, Resources, & Support.

The Prize is valued at $500. Established in 1991 to recognize the contribution of former NBFL President Tim McCarthy to the trade union movement, the object of the award is to encourage post secondary studies of one or more years duration in fields relating to environmental protection and education. Eligible to apply are the children of members and deceased members or, members in good standing, of local unions affiliated with the New Brunswick Federation of Labour who are entering or continuing their studies in an education program compatible with the object of the award. Previous winners of this award are not eligible. Selection criteria include aptitude for environmental studies, promise, need and future benefit to society and the environment of the applicant’s chosen area of study Applications must be on the prescribed form and must be received by the staff of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour Education Committee not later than June 30th of each year. The successful applicant will be notified immediately when the decision is reached by the New Brunswick Federation of Labour Education Committee and official announcement of the winner will be made by the Secretary-Treasurer of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour. 

Posted: March 28, 2023

Two NBFL AIL Solidarity Awards valued at $500 each are offered annually. The objective of the award is to encourage greater public awareness and understanding of the value of unions to workers and society in New Brunswick. Applicants must be pursuing post-secondary education on a full-time basis or enrolled in high school at the grade 12 level or in the General Educational Development (GED) program. Applicants must return a completed application form and fully comply with all entry rules. Deadline for receipt of entries is June 30th each year. The successful applicant will be notified when a decision is reached and an official announcement of the winner will be made by the Secretary-Treasurer of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour. All enquiries regarding the bursary should be directed to: New Brunswick Federation of Labour 9-150 Edmonton Avenue Moncton, NB E1C 3B9 Telephone: 506-857-2125 / Fax: 506-383-1597 Email: