Scholarship Information

Scholarship Information ...

In addition to completing university and college applications and finishing school with a strong academic average, high school seniors should also devote some time to apply for scholarships. They are an excellent way to supplement the cost of tuitionroom and boardbooks and other expenses and the best part is that they don’t have to be paid back. EVER. That’s free money, people...why not take advantage of it?

If the thought of winning a scholarship seems impossible, you’re probably not looking in the right places. Sure, there will be lots of competition but if you only apply for the scholarships that pertain specifically to you and your unique situation, your chances of winning increase significantly. Check out the links to some popular scholarship databases below, set up a unique profile, and you will find plenty of scholarships you will be eligible for; some are easy, some require work and some are downright strange but you won’t receive any awards unless you get started!

Click HERE for a copy of the PBHS Scholarship Workshop powerpoint presentation!

Upcoming Scholarship Deadlines ...



2018 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship

The Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship Program is available to Canadian high school students who are enrolled in their final year of high school as of May 29, 2018 and eligible to graduate from high school in 2018. Those eligible for a scholarship must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post‑secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agriculture, food science or culinary program.


FALL APPLICATION - TD Scholarships for Community Leadership

Unique in Canada, the TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are designed to recognize the achievements of youth who are making a difference and help them realize their educational goals. After all, today’s community-minded students are tomorrow’s leaders.

Have you made your community a better place? Then we want to hear from you. You may qualify for one of our Community Scholarships.

The APEGA Education Foundation (AEF) fosters young people’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math. We support educational outreach programs and provide financial assistance for eligible Alberta students. Investing in students extends learning in science and technology and creates a strong Alberta.

Any student meeting the criteria outlined below is eligible for AEF funding AND we are committed to a future of increased diversity through specific support for women, aboriginal students and new Canadians.

Questions about AEF bursaries? Email us:

Applications for 2017 AEF bursaries will open in the spring. Applications are reviewed each year from June 1 to July 31

2017 Bursaries

AEF Undergraduate Bursaries (up to 5 @ $5,000 awarded each year)
AEF Aboriginal Bursary (up to 2 @ $5,000 awarded each year)
AEF Alex Hemstock Graduate Bursary

Application Process & Timelines

  • Please ensure your application is complete. Incomplete applications, or failure to provide sufficient detail, may render your application ineligible
  • Applications will be received from June 1 to July 31 by the AEF Honours & Awards Committee
  • Successful applicants will be notified by September 30
  • Funds will be forwarded after the university confirms that you are enrolled/registered in the applicable program
  • The award is paid directly to the university.