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The DRHS Course Registration Guide 2021-22 was updated on May 14, 2021. 

New Update~~ Policy 316: Graduation Requirements for a New Brunswick High School Diploma

As of September 2020, grade 10 students will be required to complete 18 credits for graduation in June of 2023, two of which must be Math credits. Numbers, Relations and Functions 10 (NRF) will be considered a credit and will be the pre-requisite for Foundations Math 110 and the Pre-Calculus 110 pathway. Furthermore, grade 10 students wishing to take Financial Workplace Math 110 (FWM 110) will also need to take Financial Workplace Math 120 to graduate in 2023, as the grade 12 FWM will be compulsory for this pathway. Students selecting the FWM pathway are not required to take NRF 10 in grade 10. Depending on scheduling they could opt to take FWM 110 or another grade 11 or 12 course in grade 10 second semester. The grade 11 or 12 course taken in grade 10 will be counted towards credits required for graduation.


Posted: May 17, 2021

FSL Postsecondary Bursaries for Your Students
Did you know there’s a program offering bursaries for post-secondary studies in French as a second language (FSL) in 26 colleges and universities for your students who want to pursue their studies in French?
Also, discover new videos of 4 young Francophones and Francophiles and start discussions with your students on the importance of speaking French, their relationship to French, or the role of French in their future. A new educational tool made by young people for young people! 
Visit the ACUFC YouTube channel.

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Inspired by our continuous goal to support women aiming to pursue a skilled trades career, New Boots is excited to announce that we will be presenting FIVE $1000 scholarships to female students studying a non-traditional skilled trade pre-employment program in New Brunswick!
• Resident of NB
• Accepted or waitlisted for an eligible non-traditional skilled trades program (Please refer to eligible programs list on the website, link below)
• You have answered the following questions in your essay:
What inspired you to pursue a non-traditional skilled trade?
How will this scholarship help ensure your success in your program?
How do you envision your career path?
To apply for one of these great bursaries, complete an application form and a brief essay. Submit application by mail, email, or on our website. Application forms can be found on our website or from our program administrator at The application deadline is Aug 31st, 2021 and payment will be issued after the program withdrawal date. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Mail: 895 Ashburn Rd, Unit 2, Saint John, NB, E2K 5J9
We would like to thank our 2021 New Boots Sponsors for helping make this possible!
J.D. Irving, Limited , Construction Association of New Brunswick, Government of New Brunswick, Lorneville Mechanical, IBEW Local 37, Lipstick Landscaping, GPMC, NBCC, Shawn's Electric Inc., and Aluma Systems
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Posted: May 11, 2021


  • Oulton College will now be hosting Facebook Lives ( for a few weeks. They will be at 4pm. They last 30minutes and will feature the lead instructor & a career services advisor.
    • Business, TODAY at 4pm
    • Practical Nurse, May 18th at 4pm
  • If you are in need of any presentation, one-on-one meetings, phone calls, etc. before the end of the year, please contact Oulton College or see the high school guidance counselor to make arrangements. 


The Oulton College newletter for May is posted on the guidance center bulletin board. 

Posted: May 11, 2021

Criteria: Strong academic student, extra-curricular involvement, financial need, and pursuing the field of Engineering at University or Engineering Technology at NBCC.


No application required.

Selection is made by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.


Must live within the Village of Belledun, which includes Jacquet River, Mitchell, Archibald, Noel or the Armstrong Brook area.

Graduate with the Highest Standing.


No application required.

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee based on the following criteria:

~Love of drama/theatre arts 

~Strong English student

Value: $200.00

No application required.

Posted: May 11, 2021

The NB Society of Retired Teachers is offering an award:


1) Plans to attend college to further studies in an education program (Example: Early Childhhod Education).

If we do not have a potential grad meeting the criteria, consideration will be given to other potential grads attending college in the fall.

No application required.

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.

Value: $100

Posted: May 11, 2021

The NB Society of Retired Teachers is offering a scholarship.


1) Interested in pursuing Education, as a career choice (if applicable)

2) A well-deserving student planning to attend university

3) 4th or 5th in line academically 

3) Financial Need

Value: $200

No application required

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.


If you are looking for a job after graduating, here is an opportunity: 


Huestis Insurance Group has a job opening for a Personal Lines Account Manager.  This is a full-time position.

The job posting is on the bulletin outside the Guidance Center. 

Candidates must be bilingual. The employer will cover all training costs for this position. 

If interested, see Mrs. C. Harquail for more information.



Dalhousie Rotary Club Bursary "The Ralph Harrigan Rotary Bursary"
Opportunities NB- The NB Proud Award
Oulton Memorial Scholarship/Oulton College
NB Aboriginal Peoples Council Local 18, 2020