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1EAST NORTHUMBERLAND SECONDARY SCHOOL

2009 - 2010

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

NAM E OF AWARD/SCHOLARSHIP

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

SELECTION

PROCESS

CLOSING

DATE

Geography Award

-graduating student

-best overall performance in Senior Geography courses



Canada & World Studies Dept.




Thompson & Thompson History Award

-student with the highest mark in History CHY 4U1

Canada & World Studies Dept.




Art Department Award

-graduating student

-has shown talent, dedication and a willingness to serve the school community through Visual Arts



Art Department




Claude Thompson Mathematics Award


-graduating student proceeding to post-secondary education

-highest average in three 4U Math courses accumulated over one or more years



Math Department




Austin Fulton Memorial Scholarship

-highest average in three 4U Math courses accumulated over one or more years and proceeding to post-secondary education

Awards Committee




Baxter Scholarship for Science

-graduating student proceeding to college or university

-highest mark in SPH4U1 in the year they take the course

-monetary part of the award presented in the year the student proceeds to college or university


Science Department




Brighton Lions Award

-graduating student and proceeding to post-secondary education

-highest combined average in SCH4U1 and SBI4U1 taken in one or more years



Science Department




Douglas A. Nutter Memorial Bursary Award

-resident of Northumberland County

-graduating student and will be attending an accredited college or university in a community service or helping field

-may need financial assistance


Application in Student Services



Apr 26


Holy Angels Catholic Women’s League

-graduating student

-excelled in ENG4U1

-not already recognized for academic achievement


English Department




The Colborne Rotary Club Scholarship for French

-highest mark in FSF4U1

French Department




Prix De Competence En Immersion Tardive

-awarded for the highest mark in FEF4UF

French Department




Community Womens’ Institute Award

-graduating student proceeding to post secondary institution

-highest combined average in Business Education


Attached application form

(Business Dept.)


May 28

Wooler Womens’ Institute

-graduating student continuing on to college or university

-contributes most to Social Science program in talent, cooperation and enthusiasm

-high senior level college/university marks


Attached application form (Social Science Dept.)

May 28

Kin Club Student Services Award

-graduating student from work place stream who has shown great improvement while at ENSS

Attached Application Form

(Student Services Dept.)



May 28

Brighton Legion Music Proficiency Trophy

-graduating student

-awarded to the graduating music student with the highest marks in senior music, together with characteristics of dedication, loyalty, and exceptional musicianship



Music Department




Canadian Federation of University Women

(Northumberland Branch)



-scholarship to a female graduating student

-continuing on to University

-80-85% average without repetition

-community/school involvement

-resident of Northumberland County for at least 2 years

-essay


Separate Application through Student Services

April 22nd.

to Student Services



The E.N.S.S. Scholarship

-must be Graduating Student

-must have following criteria

1. highest average in any six 4U/4M courses and proceeding to University

2. highest average in any six senior courses and proceeding to Community College



(cannot be a recipient of another major school-based award)

Awards Committee




E.N.S.S. Staff Prize

-awarded to graduating student who has taken work place stream courses and showing characteristics of achievement, cooperation, effort, character, and personality

Awards Committee




W.M. Sprung

-awarded to a student with highest combined average in MCT 4C1 (Math) and SPH 4C1

(Physics)

-may occur over one or more years


Math & Science Departments




York Road Womens’ Institute Centennial Scholarship

-deserving student proceeding to College or University

-graduate of Smithfield Public School



Attached Application Form

May 28

Codrington Womens’ Institute

-two deserving graduating students proceeding to Post-Secondary Education

-must reside in the Institute’s district



Attached Application Form

May 28

Trenton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Award

-graduating student

-enrolled in program leading to a career in the hospital



Separate application Form in Student Services

Final selection made by Auxiliary



On School Website

Trenton & District Business & Professional Women’s Club Award

-graduating female student who will be continuing her education at a recognized University or College

Separate Application Form in Student Services

June 1

Alpha and Bessie Peister Bursary

-one or more graduating student(s) continuing in a Post-Secondary institution

-must have official acceptance from a university or college

-based on achievement (30%) and need (70%)

-minimum academic standing (70%)



Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Masonic United Lodge No. 29 Scholarship

-graduating student, male or female with highest average and whose father/grandfather is a member of Masonic United Lodge No. 29. If above does not apply, any graduating student attending University or College who is in financial need

Attached Application Form

May 28

Ewing Stage Awards

-two graduating students proceeding to a post-secondary institution

-outstanding contribution behind the scenes in a major production.



ENSS Production




Drama Award

-awarded to a graduating student who has performed in several productions and achieved high marks in drama courses

-demonstrated leadership, talent and dedication

-proceeding to college or university


Attached Application Form

(Drama Dept.)






ENSS Stage Production Award

-one male and one female who has been involved in several productions and has shown talent, enthusiasm and co-operation.

ENSS Production




Co-op Education Award

-graduating student who has displayed qualities of reliability, co-operation, dependability, achievement and extra effort

Co-op Department




Brighton Rotary Club Service Above Self 3 Awards - Business; Environmental Studies, Geography; Technology

-graduating students from technology, geography, (environmental studies), and business continuing their education through apprenticeship, college or university

-demonstrates the ideals of Rotary (4-way test)



Business ,

Canada & World Studies &

Technology Departments





John-Paul Island Memorial Scholarship

-graduating student who has displayed the qualities of reliability, co-operation, dependability and achievement and is proceeding to post-secondary education

Attached Application Form

-final approval of parents



May 28

Wilkinson and Company Scholarship

-graduating student

-continuing education at a Canadian University in areas of business, economics or commerce

-must have a least 70% average


Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Castleton/Colborne Optimist Club-Physical Education Scholarship

-graduating student who shows outstanding contribution to Physical Education both in class and extra-curricular activities and who is pursuing a career in Physical Education or some other recreational field

Physical Education Department




Loyalist College Scholarship

-students proceeding to Loyalist College

Separate Application Form in acceptance package from Loyalist




Ontario Scholarship

-awarded to a student who obtains an aggregate of at least 480 marks in six approved 4U, 4M, 4C, and 4E courses (over 80%)

Awards Committee




Lou Rinaldi, MPP Award for Citizenship

-awarded to a student who has displayed qualities of reliability, co-operation, dependability and achievement and who has taken an active part in school government and/or other extracurricular activities and who has been actively involved in the community

-proceeding to post-secondary education



Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

The Northumberland Players Youth Award

-graduating student who has contributed to Drama at ENSS and/or community and may be continuing in Drama at post-secondary school level

Drama Department




Governor General’s Award

-student with the highest average in his/her graduating year

Awards Committee




Order of The Royal Purple Award

-awarded to a graduating student, who has been accepted in a university, college, secretarial, or technical school. This students final grade level should be between 72% and 84%. This student must reveal significant personal characterism honesty, loyalty, and community spirit

Attached Application Form (Final selection by a committee from the Lodge)

May 19

R.J. Bird Environmental Science Award

-graduating student of ENSS who should have demonstrated one or more of the following:

1.significant contribution to the school environmental club

2.completed a project on some aspect of environmental concern

3.community involvement in an environmentally related project

4.some other activity that in the opinion of the selection committee deserves recognition


Attached Application Form
(Science Selection Committee)

May 28

Student Government Spirit Scholarship

-graduating student, not necessarily connected to Student Government,

-made a significant contribution to school spirit and who exemplifies our school motto “tradition, excellence, heart”



Student Government Staff Advisors




Beyond The Blue Box Scholarship

-graduate from a secondary school within Northumberland County who is pursuing an education in Environmental Studies or Developmental Service Worker fields

-active in community/school activities

-excellent academic achievement

-essay


-teacher evaluation

Separate Application in Student Services

Check School Website the middle of May

Brighton Horticultural Society Scholarship


-graduating student with highest academic average pursuing post-secondary education in the field of horticulture or agriculture

Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

Brighton and District Chamber of Commerce Award

-graduating student with the highest academic average, demonstrating excellent academic success and proceeding to a college or university in Business, Tourism or Hospitality

-not recipient of another graduating award



Attached Application Form
(Awards Committee)

May 28

Dresser Wayne Bursary

-male & female graduate going to college or university in Engineering, Tech or Science and demonstrating financial need, minimum academic average 70%

Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Frederick Hennessy Foundation Bursary

-demonstrate financial need through provision of information & documentation, -minimum average 75%

-offer letter from college or university to qualify for consideration, must produce a confirmation of registration from college or university to receive the money



Attached Application Form

May 28

Mary Ann Outwater Scholarship

-graduate who has earned the highest average in six 4U/4M credits

-going to Trent University as full time student the following academic year



Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Hugh Morris Award for Volunteering

-student proceeding to college or university who has demonstrated a high level of participation in community volunteer projects

-lives in Northumberland County



Separate Application in Student Services

April 30

Colborne Chapter #82 of the Eastern Star Award

-graduating student who has unselfishly contributed in time and effort to the music program at ENSS

Music Department




Norampac Bursary

-submit CACEE Application for Employment

-recommended by school on basis of need, scholastic improvement & achievement



Essay to Student Services

check in Student Services

April 1


OSSTF “District 14" Excellence in Education Award

-graduating student who has displayed the qualities of reliability, cooperation, and dependability, and who has made a significant contribution to school and/or community

-proceeding to post-secondary education



Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

ENSS Reunion Scholarship

-department prize at the discretion of chosen department








Principal’s Award for Student Leadership


-graduating student in recognition of his/her outstanding leadership at ENSS

-proceeding to post-secondary education



Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28


St. Alphonsus CWL Citizenship Award

-graduating student who has been involved in community and school,

-proceeding to post-secondary education

-expresses team spirit and is a role model for others

-must have demonstrated genuine respect and concern for others

-not winner of the Lou Rinaldi Citizenship Award or Student Government Spirit Award


Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Carrying Place United Church Women’s Group

- graduating student who has made contributions to their community and/or school, expresses team spirit, excellent role model for other students, demonstrates respect and concern for others

-has financial need

-proceeding to post-secondary education


Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

Devany Twiddy Scholarship

-female student

-top average in 6 4U/4M courses

-intends to pursue post-secondary education in field of science or medicine


Attached Application Form (Awards committee)

(final approval of family)



May 28

Colborne Rotary Gordon Hoselton Memorial Bursary Award

-graduating student proceeding to post-secondary institution

-resides in Cramahe Township

-financial need


Separate Application

in Student Services



Check School Website

Community Living Campbellford-Brighton

-graduating student proceeding to a Developmental Services Worker Program

Attached Application form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Presqu’ile Yacht Club Scholarship

-graduating, deserving student proceeding to post-secondary institution

-resides in Gosport (south of Quick Lane)



Attached Application (Awards Committee)

May 28

Lieutenant Governor’s Community Volunteer Award

-a graduating student who has had exemplary involvement in the community

Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Northumberland County Warden’s Award

-to a graduating student with excellent marks, extra-curricular and/or volunteer involvement who has not yet been recognized for these achievements

-proceeding to post-secondary education



Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

Justin House Memorial Award

-to a graduating student who has a strong commitment to the Arts

-average over 75% in final year

-exceptional ability to get along well with others

-responsible, sense of humour

-helps peers in a friendly, non-hurtful manner


Arts Dept.




Brighton Legion Branch 100

Ladies Auxiliary Bursary



-2 graduating students proceeding to college

-students must have worked hard and demonstrated improvement over years at ENSS

-financial need


Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

Chartwells School Dining Services Bursary

-2 graduating students proceeding to college or university

-made positive contributions to school life at ENSS

-financial need


Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

Brighton Clothing Depot Bursaries

-one male & one female graduating student proceeding to college who has shown improvement during their enrolment at ENSS and who demonstrates financial need

Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)

May 28

Doris Boes Memorial Bursary

-graduating student who has demonstrated dedication to their studies and who is going on to full-time attendance at college or university in accounting (or business if there is no suitable candidate going into accounting)

Attached Application Form (Awards Committee)



May 28

Susan Manuel Award

-graduating student proceeding to college or university who has been a member of the Cold Creek Girls’ Hockey Association while in high school.

Separate application in Student Services

May 28

Rick Norlock Award for Community Service

-awarded to a graduating student who is proceeding to post-secondary education and who has gone beyond the diploma requirements for community service to enhance the life of their school or community

Attached Application Form

(Awards Committee)



May 28

The Socratic Prize

-highest final mark in HZT4U1 or most outstanding philosophy term paper


Canada and World Studies Department




Ontario Youth Apprenticement Program Commencement Award

-deserving Coop student who has participated in a Coop placement in an apprentice able trade, is a positive ambassador of the skilled trades and is planning on pursuing a career in the skilled trades.

-winner does not need to be registered as an apprentice.



Attached Application form (Awards Committee & Coop department)




The Clay Elliott Scholarship Foundation Award

-submission of an essay

-award primarily based on applicants response to the essay question demonstrating that they possess the right kind of attitude to succeed in future endeavours.



Documentation on School Website

May 1 for Application


Lion Reg Webb Technical Achievement Award

-awarded to a graduating student who has taken technical courses, demonstrated respect, dedication and progress during the school year and who is proceeding to post-secondary training

-financial need


Technology Department






The Kay Stafford Memorial Award

-awarded to a graduating student who is pursuing post-secondary education in healthcare, has completed volunteer service in the community and is a good role model for fellow students.

Attached Application

(Award Committee)


May 28



Colborne Masonic Lodge No. 91 Award

-graduating student who is going on to a post secondary college, university or apprenticeship program

-resides in Cramahe Twp.

-demonstration of outstanding character in school sponsored volunteer activities including peer mentoring or extra-curricular community programs

-demonstrated willingness to unselfishly assist others



Attached Application (Awards Committee)

May 28

Community Training & Development Award

-graduating student going directly from secondary school to the world of work

-must have completed a minimum of two coop credits

-maximum 500 word essay or maximum 5 minute video outlining students’ employment plan


Separate Application in Student Services

to Student Services by April 21st.

Corporate Express Scholarship

-student who achieves the highest average in two business courses, the first being college or university grade 12 math and the second being one of either grade 12 economics, accounting or law

Business Department




“You are the World Bursary” in memory of Erin Reed

-must be in their graduating year

-student pursuing a post-secondary career in the field of Child & Youth Worker, and/or any other course that falls into the category of Social Services or Teaching

-must have a real interest and passion for their chosen field and have 80 documented hours of volunteer service with children between the ages of 6 and 18

-financial need

-minimum 65% average


Attached Application form

(Student Services)



May 28



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