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The RMC Liaison Office invites potential students in Grade 10 or above to join them for a 1-hour live Information Session with Q&A beginning at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

RMC is different in that students interested in becoming a pilot or a military police officer will apply in mid-August following Grade 11.  

To join, simply email liaison@rmc.ca and indicate which day and time you would like.

The 2021-2022 Application for Full-Time Student Financial Assistance (online and printable) is now available and it is posted on the Student Financial Services Website at www.studentaid.gnb.ca.

New for this academic year, the Information Guide has been replaced by two documents:

Student Financial Assistance Handbook which includes:

·         a description of the loans, grants and bursaries available to eligible students,

·         general information on the eligibility criteria for applying for full-time assistance

·         information on the application process

·         information on how assistance is calculated

 Program Highlights and Funding Information Booklet provides the funding amounts for the loans, grants and bursaries and other loan year specific information

 If students or parents/guardians have any questions regarding the application process, they can call the toll free number 1-800-667-5626 or to register for a virtual Question and Answer Session by visiting the Student Financial Services website.

Posted: June 3, 2021

Student Financial Assistance has launched a new video/presentation as well as virtual Question and Answer Sessions that students can register for if they have general questions regarding student financial assistance.  Note that these are not intended for file specific questions.  Individuals can register by visiting their website and following the relevant links. Prior to registering, student financial assistance is asking the individual to watch a 14-minute pre-recorded presentation titled Student Financial Assistance for Full-Time Post-Secondary Students.

 

This presentation is really well built. It explains the funding programs, eligibility, application and assessment process related to student financial services. A nice resource to share with your students.

 

English link: Student Financial Services - Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour (gnb.ca)

 

French link: Services financiers pour étudiants - Éducation postsecondaire, Formation et Travail (gnb.ca)

Posted: June 3, 2021

 

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) is offering a freesummer learningprogram for students entering grade 10, 11 or 12 in the upcoming school year, or those who will graduate in June 2021. To be eligible, you need to be registered in a New Brunswick High School, in June of this year, in one of the four Anglophone districts.Please note students entering Grade 10 are only eligible to take Number, Relations, and Functions 10.

This program will allow you to earn a mark that will be added to your regular school transcript. These are full courses and will take a sizable amount of time to complete (3-4 hours each day). If you want to improve a mark or get ahead in a course, and you have the time to commit, this program might be for you.

Key Dates Registration opens June 1st/ Last day to register June 25th

Courses begin June 30th/ Last day of courses July 29th

Information on student loan and how to apply for a student loan is outlined on the attached document.

Posted: May 27, 2021

6.       Guitard – Babin Scholarship

No application required

             Criteria:

             Geared toward a student requiring financial support to attend post-secondary education.

             Student must have strong and consistent academic standing.

             Student must have participated in extracurricular activities ranging from athletic teams to   academic organizations to school clubs and/or volunteering in their community.

            Value: $500                                                                                     

Posted: May 25, 2021

Due to the covid-19 restrictions, the process of applying for the Dalhousie Youngtimers bursary is on the Rod Harquail Memorial website.

Applicants can input information and attach/copy and paste their application and essay on the website. 

The application criteria and information is on the Rod Harquail website.

Link for the website:
 
Value: $500
Deadline: June 4, 2021

The following Scholarship/Bursary applications are to be submitted to the Guidance Counselor on or before Thursday, May 27th:

  • New Brunswick Public Colleges Entrance Scholarship 2021
  • Ron MacDonald Memorial Scholarship
  • Thomas Hayes Memorial Scholarship
  • AV Group NB INC. Scholarship

All other scholarships: 

  • Ralph Harrigan Rotary Bursary (submit by May 21st~~by mail or to the guidance counselor)
  • The Donald Hamilton Award, Dalhousie Lions Club (submit by May 31st~~by mail or to the guidance counselor
  • NB Aboriginal Peoples Council Local 18 (submit by May 31st to the Guidance Counselor)
  • Derek Audfroid Memorial Award (submit by May 31st to Lori Johnson)
  • The Catholic Women's League of Canada (submit by June 4th~~ by mail or to the Guidance Counselor)
  • Port of Dalhousie Inc. Scholarship (submit by June 7th~ email to c.cochrane@portofdalhousie.com)
  • Contendo Training Solutions Bursary (submit by June 12th to the Guidance Counselor)

Also, there are scholarships/busaries that are to be mailed to the donor and not to be given to the schools' guidance counselor. It is important that you read the application carefully so you know where to submit and you do not miss a deadline. As information is received it will be posted under Guidance and my name C. Harquail (EST~Guidance). If you have any concerns see the Guidannce Counselor.

Posted: May 19, 2021

In the attached document, you will find a list of 15 Scholarship Programs that will give out more than 53 Individual Scholarship Awards during the 2021 school year. Students from your school district are eligible for all awards below.

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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.

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