Today’s prayer was written by an École St Mary High School student. Reflecting on faith can be a difficult thing to do. Faith seems so personal, yet guides the decisions we make in life. Help us to remember how important faith is in our lives.
Thank you for giving us your beloved son, Jesus.
Thank you for the graces in life,
especially for forgiving us our sins.
Help everyone to continue to follow your message.
Thank you for giving us the blessing of life.
Give me patience and hope in life.
Through Christ our Lord,
Main Entrance - Mr. Swystun
South Entrance - Mrs. Thurber
The Horatio Alger Indigenous Achievement Scholarship is for Indigenous students starting a four-year post-secondary program in the fall. This is a renewable award of $2500. While enrolled in post-secondary students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and a full-time course load to receive the renewed support each year. The requirements are as follows: First Nation (status and non-status), Inuit and Métis high school students from an Indigenous community in the territories as well as attending school in the Northwest Territories, Yukon Territories, or Nunavut; Enrolled full-time in a high school within Canada at time of application; Starting in a four-year post-secondary program within Canada full-time in September; Have a valid Social Insurance Number. The d
The Canada Post Awards for Indigenous Students celebrate the hard work and determination of Indigenous peoples who have embraced a renewed pursuit of learning. The awards are open to all First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples who have been out of school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year. The Canada Post Awards for Indigenous Students are granted annually to select applicants from across the country. The d
Civic Leadership Scholarship: $10,000
Nelson Education is awarding students who have demonstrated academic success, personal strength, and determination in their commitment to civic engagement and leadership.
Indigenous Student Scholarship: $10,000
Nelson Education is awarding First Nation, Métis and Inuit student leaders who have demonstrated academic success, personal strength, with the intent to pursue post-secondary studies in Education.
For additional information, and to apply for a scholarship, please visit https://www.nelson.com/scholarship/?utm_source=Email&utm_campaign=Scholarship21&mc_cid=1856ec8ff1&mc_eid=8ee81d15f4
Each year, the Saskatchewan School Boards Association awards a $2,500 scholarship to graduating high students entering a Degree Program, and a $2,500 scholarship to graduating high student entering a Technical/Trade Program. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need and a 500-word essay. The application deadline is August 31st. For more information and an application form, please go to http://saskschoolboards.ca/about-us/awards-and-scholarships/education-scholarships/
SCHOLARSHIP DATABASE: Scholar Tree
To create a customized list of scholarships and a weekly email reminder of deadlines, students are encouraged to create a profile on ScholarTree. using the sort option at the top of the page (https://scholartree.ca/scholarships)Currently, there are
Registration for online faculty-specific and general Registration 101 sessions are now available. At these sessions, students will learn how to navigate the Bear Tracks system for course selection and registration, chat with an advisor and get advice on which courses to take, and explore the next steps on their journey at the U of A. Students can register at .
LA CITÈ: U of R FRENCH-LANGUAGE PROGRAMS
The University of Regina offers the following French-language academic programs: Intercultural Studies (Bachelor Degree, Certificate, Masters), Education (Bachelor Degree, Masters), and Nursing (Bachelor Degree). For more information, please contact La Cité universitaire francophone at 306-585-4828 or visit the website at