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Posted: October 26, 2021

Message for potential grads and their guardian. Graduation is approaching. All your friends are choosing which college or university they want to apply to, but you don’t feel ready yet.

There ARE other pathways other than higher education that WILL support your future success.

Join our 45-minute Grad Stories panel on Tuesday, November 2nd to learn what is possible from your peers so you CAN choose the best path for you.

Register now at  

This information is also posted on the DRHS FB page.

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Saint Mary's University will be hosting a Webinar next Wednesday, October 20th, starting at 7pm. It will be a general presentation on Saint Mary’s University that will last roughly 45 minutes to an hour, and the remainder of the time will be a Q&A.

Below is the link for students to register. They will also be providing a waiver code during the webinar so students can apply to Saint Mary's for free!

 Why Saint Mary's University? A general presentation for New Brunswick Students on Oct 20, 2021 7:00 PM ADT at: 


Posted: October 8, 2021

Schulich Leader Scholarships are prestigious entrance scholarships awarded to high school graduates enrolling in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) programs at Schulich's 20 Canadian partner universities.

If you are awarded a Schulich Leader Scholarship for Engineering the amount granted is $100,000 and for Science the award amount is $80,000.

If interested see the high school guidance counselor for more information.

For more information click on the Link below:

Creating the next generation of technology innovators | Schulich Leader Scholarships

 A message from AARAO- Post Secondary Schools Virtual Fair!

We hope you have been exploring your post-secondary options since the EXPO Day last week.

This is a reminder of the Virtual Hangout Session TONIGHT Oct. 7th from 9-11PM. There will be reps available to answer all out-of-province questions. So, if you are thinking of going to a school outside of Atlantic Canada this would be an important session to attend.

PLEASE REMEMBER that ANY interested student from ANY region is welcomed to participate, so if you live in Atlantic Canada and want to join in - LET'S HANG!

 The event will take place in the AARAO Kumospace Halls A - J. Each Hall has 5 post-secondary reps ordered alphabetically A-Z.

 WHAT'S A KUMOSPACE?? Familiarize yourself by watching THIS VIDEO (What is Kumospace? - YouTube) and checking out THIS LINK (Getting Started with Kumospace) Our event will feel kind of like a video game where you get to journey through the virtual space collecting useful information to help you in making good decisions for your future. FUN!! 

 To access the event:


LOGIN – using the info you registered with (if you can’t remember, ‘Register Now’ again!)

Go to the ️Lobby and click ️Meet Us In KUMOSPACE

Sign-In to Kumospace using one of the available sign-in options OR continue as a guest (camera and microphone access will be required, but you can keep both off if you wish)

 We encourage you to explore all Hall and communicate with reps using the 'CHAT' feature or by speaking directly with your mic.

 We hope you make the best biggest decision of your life! Opportunities abound at the AARAO EXPO…


What a wonderful opportunity! Click on the link below for more information. See the guidance counselor, if interested. 

Full tuition costs to be covered for personal support workers and human services counsellors (

Posted: September 29, 2021

To be considered for The Future Health Research and Innovation Scholarship, grade 12 students must intend on continuing their education at a Maritime post-secondary institution (college or university) in a field that will enhance health research or innovation. The student must include a cover letter, essay, letters of recommendation, and transcripts. The cover letter should explain why they are interested in a particular area of health research and/or innovation and how their post-secondary education will help them pursue their research goals. The essay must be written using scientific evidence to explain the specific area of health research and/or innovation they would like to pursue and how their research and/or innovation could potentially contribute to the health and well-being of children, women and families in the Maritimes. The student must provide one Academic Reference (e.g. a teacher who can speak to their marks and school performance) and one Character Reference (e.g. a coach or boss who can speak to sportsmanship or work ethic). Lastly the student must provide their Grades 11 and 12 (in progress) transcripts, and have a minimum average of 75%.

Posted: September 29, 2021


COOL. SO WHAT’S THE DEAL, THO?? (pssst, you can use your phone however a computer gives the best user experience.)

 GO TO: anytime between 9AM-4PM and 6PM-9PM Atlantic Time 

 LOGIN – using the info you registered with (if can’t remember, ‘Register Now’ again!) to find:

  • 50 Exhibitors! Colleges, Universities, Complimentary Educational Programs – CHECK THEM OUT and ‘Chat’ with reps in the ➡️Exhibit Hall
  • VIDEOS from all Exhibitors are stored in the ➡️Video Vault
  • Viewbooks, brochures, pamphlets, documents found in ➡️Resources
  • Collect what you like along the way to save and download later in your ➡️Swag Bag
  • See past presentations from AARAO members in the ➡️Auditorium 
  • Connect with fellow participants by ➡️Networking and get help at the ➡️Information Desk
  • Plus find fun extras like the “Sounds of Atlantic Canada” Spotify playlist!


For today, yes, but now that you’ve registered you can access this virtual space 24/7 to explore your options when it works for you – all the way until the end of February 2022! Come back anytime after the live EXPO Day today and for another live EXPO Day on December 2. 

 We also have four (4) upcoming virtual hangout sessions in our fun and interactive Kumospace Halls:

  • October 7 – Non-Atlantic Student Night (9PM-11PM)
  • October 20 – NS Student Night (7PM-9PM)
  • November 2 – PE/NL Student Night (7PM-9PM)
  • November 18 – NB Student Night (7PM-9PM)

(anyone is welcome to join any session if they are unable to make the session for their region – don’t be shy!)

 Go to the ️Lobby and click ️Meet Us In KUMOSPACE and watch this helpful video in advance to learn how it works.

 Now go make the best biggest decision of your life already! Opportunities abound at the AARAO EXPO…


  1. Virtual Booths + Live Events


AARAO will utilize the professional services of vFairs and Kumospace to deliver an innovative and engaging virtual experience for all participants. Our Virtual Post-Secondary Opportunities Expo will be available from September 29 2021 through February 28 2022 with 24/7 virtual information booth access of 50 representatives (universities, colleges, and other educational programs/resources), including two live *EXPO days and a series of **Virtual Hangout Sessions in our AARAO Kumospace on scheduled evenings throughout the fall. Full details and schedule of events is now available at Click on register on the to access events.

 *For the AARAO EXPO Days on September 29th and December 2ndall 50 representatives will be present for IM and Video Chat from 9:00AM-4:00PM ADT and 6:00-9:00PM ADT. 

**For the Virtual Hangout Sessions in Kumospace, all events are in the evening and students and guardians are welcome to participate in any session, however, we have one session on November 18th from 7:00-9:00PM ADT specifically for New Brunswick students that we encourage participation in.

If you have any questions, contact the schools guidance counsellor at 684-7500.

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 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

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.



Oulton Memorial Scholarship/ Oulton College
Opportunities NB- The NB Proud Award
NB Aboriginal Peoples Council Local 18, 2020
The Dalhousie Youngtimers Bursary