Apply Alberta: is an online post secondary application system. Students can apply to one or more post-secondary institutions and authorize transcript transfers between participating institutions in the province. Only valid for post-secondary institutions in Alberta. You must set up an Alberta Digital ID and Apply Alberta account to apply for post-secondary institutions in Alberta. It is simple and efficient. You only need to enter your personal and academic information once - it is transferred automatically to each institution you choose. When you apply for a program at a post-secondary institution in Alberta, you authorize that particular institution to request your official transcripts from Alberta Education, which saves you time and money (it's free!). You will not be charged a fee for transcripts transferred through ApplyAlberta.
PLSD Scholarship Applications: https://www.plrd.ab.ca/teaching-and-learning/scholarships/scholarship-forms
Institution Specific Scholarship applications: https://studentaid.alberta.ca/scholarships/scholarships-from-schools/
http://alis.alberta.ca/hs/fo/scholarships/scholarships.html This is a link to the Government of Alberta Alis site. It has all the information you need about Scholarships and Bursaries and other services available to you.
https://studentaid.alberta.ca/scholarships/ This is a link to the Alberta Student Aid Scholarship page
https://www.scholarshipscanada.com/Index.aspx This is a link to many scholarship applications.
https://scholartree.ca/ : Sign up and Scholartree will send you applications that match with your profile
4H Alberta links:
AHSRA Scholarship: http://www.albertahsrodeo.com/scholorships.aspx
Blue Cross Scholarships: https://www.ab.bluecross.ca/aboutus/scholarship-program.php
All students attending post-secondary school are eligible to apply for the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship. For course requirements click here. For calculating your Alexander Rutherford average click here. For application information follow this link.
Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship
Alexander Rutherford had the distinction of being Alberta’s first Premier. He was known for his strong support of public education, particularly the University of Alberta, and his active involvement in community affairs. This scholarship named in his honor, rewards exceptional academic achievement at the senior high school level and encourages students to pursue post-secondary studies.
Purpose: To recognize and reward academic achievement at the senior high school level and to encourage students to pursue post-secondary studies.
Value: Up to $2,500
Eligibility: To receive this scholarship, you must meet all of these eligibility criteria:
be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
be an Alberta resident; You or your parent(s) must have resided in Alberta during the qualifying grade(s).
be enrolled in 60% of a full course load in a post-secondary program of at least one semester in length, or an apprenticeship program.
*Applicants must also have completed high school on or after September 30, 1980.
Selection: A student must have a minimum combined average based on five designated courses in at least one grade: Grade 10, 11 or 12. A student does not need to meet this average in all three school years or in all courses to qualify for a portion of the scholarship. The minimum average, value of the award, and courses that can be used depend on the year the student graduated. For further information, see:
How to Apply Student Aid Alberta is making applying for the Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship easier by implementing a new online application process, and so you need to be aware of the following:
The new online application for Alexander Rutherford is available.
Paper copies of the Alexander Rutherford application are no longer being accepted.
No more application deadlines! Apply online anytime – once you have been accepted by your preferred post-secondary institution.
Existing awards amount, standards for academic merit and excellence does not change.
For more information on Alexander Rutherford see FAQ.