SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
Post-secondary school education is very expensive. Students welcome any source of funds and we are fortunate to have several local service clubs, individuals and companies who provide various financial awards for our graduating students. Note that the word “graduate” in any award description is defined as a student receiving an OSSD or Certificate.
The Widdifield staff and administration take the awarding of scholarships and bursaries very seriously. Input from all staff is sought in determining the recipients.
If you are awarded a scholarship and / or bursary you will be expected to write a formal thank you letter to the sponsor.
Sign up Forms for Bursaries
Nipissing High School Achievement Award: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=sKPKifIHuUa3UOlzFotsTrVKaFxCbuxBqhHunON5vdpUQ01CWTlQNlRUNDRBMUtPMlRWR0lWRzA2VS4u
Applications for Bursaries
The Public Property Assessment Network Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is being awarded through the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA).
• A Canadian citizen or permanent resident
• Entering a post-secondary program located in Northern Ontario in 2020
• Graduating from a secondary school within one of the eligible school boards or school authority within the Northern Region.
Please send your package in PDF format to Northern Regional Chair Mark Mannisto at MMannisto@sgdsb.on.ca by May 29, 2020.
A message for potential graduates:
Student loans, grants, scholarships and bursaries
Where to find money that can h
elp you pay for a college, university or apprenticeship program after high school.
OSAP – https://www.ouac.on.ca/osap/
OSAP, or the Ontario Student Assistance Program, is a financial aid program funded by both the provincial and federal governments that helps you with the costs of …
Do you have all of your volunteer hours?
You can not rent a Graduation Gown unless you have submitted all hours to student services.