Amelisaburgh Garden Club Award
To a deserving student residing in Ameliasburgh Township who is proceeding to post-secondary education in the field of horticulture or a related science with emphasis on interest in the propagation of plants and flowers.
Robert Argue Environmental Scholarship
The intention of the scholarship is to make possible the participation of one or more people in an environmental endeavour of either formal post-secondary education or field work. One of the primary aims of the scholarship is to encourage environmental activism and innovation. Both academic and non-academic proposals will be judged with this in mind.
Any or all of the following criteria will be used to determine the successful candidate(s):
Volunteerism - the demonstration of a high level of interest in and a commitment o the environment, as well as a history of active involvement.
Grades - will be considered but selection will not specifically be marks-based.
Letter(s) or recommendation.
Perception based on written submission and interview (see application process).
Must be available for an interview.
Dr. Joan Bronskill Memorial Award
To a female student, resident in Hastings County, Province of Ontario, who has obtained the highest standing in Grade 12 university level Biology in a given year, and is going on to further studies in the Life Sciences Field (where biology is a major component of the program). Only graduating students proceeding to post-secondary education in the fall are eligible.
Les Claus Memorial Award
Presented to a First Nations student from the Quinte area who will be proceeding to an arts program at a post-secondary school (such as a university or community college). Preference will be give to a student who has successfully completed grade 12 university credits.
The Honourable J.R. Cooke Scholarship
Presented annually to the secondary school Grade 12 university entrance graduate student who obtains the highest aggregate (The Stirling-Rawdon District includes the Township of Rawdon, the Village of Stirling and all lot on Concession Roads 7, 8 and 9 in the Township of Sidney)
Farley Faulkner Teaching Scholarship
Memo comes out from Curriculum Services
OFSSAA Track & Field Scholarship
Awarded to one male and one female track and field student-athlete who has completed in the sport of track and field at a Bay of Quinte member school (Quinte Christian School, Albert College, schools in the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, Limestone District School Board, Algonquin Lakershore Catholic School Board and the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board)
Must be in his/her graduating year.
Must attend a Canadian post-secondary school.
Must be in good academic standing.
Must have displayed characteristics of goods sportsmanship and commitment to the sport throughout their high school career.
Potential candidates are to apply, in writing, through their teacher/coach. The teacher/coach will then send this to the Bay of Quinte Track and Field Convenor(s) who will co-ordinate the selection process.
The candidate shall provide a write-up of their track and field accomplishments throughout their high school career and explain why they feel they deserve consideration of the award. Write-ups are to be typed.
Hugh O'Neil Bursary
Available annually to a graduating student in the Quinte Riding as it existed in 1995 (Trenton High School, Bayside S. S., Centennial S. S., Moira S. S., and Quinte S. S.) who, in the judgement of the Quinte Arts Council selection committed, has demonstrated academic achievement and an active involvement in the Arts; also intends to pursue post-secondary studies in he Arts at a recognized university, college or school of dance in Canada.
Alan Payton Award
A student who has remained in school (not withdrawn and returned at a later date) who, through intervention by school and/or attendance officials, has shown a consistently improving pattern of school attendance.
Eric Runacres Bursary
Awarded to secondary schools student in the graduating year who, in the opinion of the principal, has exhibited outstanding quality performance in academic and leadership aspects of school life (rotates amongst Hastings secondary schools).