Ms. C. Harquail

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Mail application to:

Mr. Kevin Lavigne, 153 D'Astous Street, Dalhousie, NB, E8C 1L8

Application submission date: June 10th, 2020 

Review the criteria outlined on the application.

Attach transcript.

Scholarship resume is optional.

Value: $500.00

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Posted: May 5, 2020

Deadline for submission will be May 31st

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There are several scholarships, resources and support outlined in this document for First Nations students.

Village of Eel River & Dundee will be offering two bursaries to DRHS graduating students.

The students may apply by:

Mail: 20 Savoie Street, Eel River Crossing, NB  E8E 1T8

Fax: 826-6088


Scholarship Value: $250 (offering two scholarships)

Submission date: May 15th, 2020

To apply, you must meet the following criteria and fill in the appropriate application form  (see attachment) and hand over properly filled to the municipality. You must: a. Be permanent resident of the municipality; b. Be on the list of graduates for the current year; c. Continue training in a 1st year of a program of 1st semester in a post-secondary establishment in the current year that the request is made. It must be the first time the candidate continues a post-secondary formation; d. Be 25 years old or younger when filling the application.

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Daily SEL activities for the month of May (see attached document).

Posted: April 23, 2020

All who meet the following criteria may apply for a bursary by properly completing the required form (see attachment) and present it to the municipality.

All candidates must:

a) Be a resident of the municipality or have an immediate parent who is a permanent resident;

b) Have obtained a high school diploma or be on the list of graduates for the current year;

c) Plan on continuing education in a post-secondary establishment in the year that the request is made. The candidate must not have had any previous post-secondary education.

The deadline to apply for a scholarship is the second Friday of the month of May at 4 p.m.

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If a scholarship/bursary application indicates the application is to be submitted to Mrs. C. Harquail-EST-Guidance Counselor or the school, students are to mail their applications to:

Dalhousie Regional High School, 500 Canada Games Drive, Dalhousie, NB, E8C 2P5

c/o Colleen Harquail

Make sure your application is mailed prior to the deadline so that it reaches the school on time.                              

Posted: April 22, 2020

The student must be a resident of the Town Of Dalhousie.

The DRHS Scholarship committee will select or draw the name of the recepient.

There is no application required this year. All names will be automatically submitted.



Posted: April 22, 2020

Although the student loan information sessions in New Brunswick high schools have been cancelled, Student Aid posted the presentation slides on the website:

The link is titled: Presentation – Single dependent students and can found on the home page directly under “Information guide”.

If you have any questions regarding the information on the slides and/or need assistance with your application contact a student loan representative at the toll free teleservices number at 1-800-667-5626.



St. Joseph's Auxiliary Scholarship, 2020
The Donald Hamilton Memorial Award, Dalhousie Lions Club
Derek Audfroid Memorial Award
First Nation Scholarships, Reources and Support