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April 12
Hockey, Outdoor Pursuits, and PE Leadership Applications

​Please complete the online application by clicking on the link for the following courses:

Hockey Class

Outdoor Pursuits

PE Leadership​

April 11
UNB Calculus Challenge Exam

Calculus Challenge Exam Information

  • To be eligible for the exam, a student must be registered in a calculus course at a high school or have completed such a course.
  • In New Brunswick, students should be taking Calculus 120 or have completed it last Fall. 
  • Permission to participate in this exam is not granted to students who have already started college or university.  
  • Students may only attempt this exam once.​
  • A letter grade of B- or higher must be achieved on the exam to qualify for credit.
  • Students who pass this examination will receive a certificate from UNB entitling them to credit for an exemption from Math 1003, only if they register at UNB as a full-time student.   Accepting credit for Math 1003 is optional.
  • Upon the student's acceptance of credit, the letter grade of the exam will be recorded on their transcript. 
  • ​Students who accept credit for Math 1003 should consult their program advisor or the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for individual advising on course choices.​
Exam Date:  Tuesday, June 4, 2019 from 6:00PM to 9:00PM

For more information and how to register, please visit UNB Calculus Challenge​

April 11
YMCA Student Summer Work Exchange Program

A representative from the YMCA will be in the cafeteria on Friday, April 26th at lunch to share information about the Student Summer Work Exchange Program.​

April 09
Course Selection Guide

​If you have lost your Course Selection Guide, you can access the information here:  Course Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdfCourse Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdf

April 08
Jackie Clark Memorial Scholarship

The Jackie Clark Memorial Scholarship ($1000) will be awarded to the student who writes a winning essay on why they love to write. 

Jackie Clark's mother, Tammy, will select the winning entry. Her daughter is featured in a book written by local author Laverne Stewart, called Healing After Homicide: The Jackie Clark Story.  Jackie, who was murdered in 1995, was a brilliant writer and who was doing work well above her grade level. Her dream was to become a writer. So, her mother and Ms. Stewart feel it is fitting for the money to go to a student who also loves to write.

Proof of admittance to the university will be a requirement of eligibility for the scholarship.

The deadline for the one-page essay is April 30th.

Entries can be sent to lavernestewartauthor@gmail.com​

April 05

Provincial Artisans (Fredericton) Inc. has agreed to provide the capital to fund several bursaries to aid students with exceptionalities who are either entering or already attending an institution offering post-secondary education. Historically, individual bursaries have ranged from $500 to $3,000. The final date for submitting an application is May 31st of the current year (applications must be received by May 31st)

Those eligible to apply are

• Students with exceptionalities (ie. physical, mental or sensory disability, or learning challenges) 

• Either entering or already attending a university or another institution offering post-secondary education 

• Resident of New Brunswick 

The decisions of the Bursary Committee will be based on: 

• Accommodations or modifications currently provided 

• Prior academic performance 

Applicants may apply by sending an APPLICATION FORM to: 

Provincial Artisans Bursary Committee 

c/o Fredericton Community Foundation Inc. 

390 King Street, Suite 201 

Fredericton, NB E3B 1E3 

Email: info@fredfdn.ca​

April 05
Robbie & Jean Shaw Scholarship

Are you a current or former patient at the IWK Health Centre who is currently entering first year of post-secondary studies?

The IWK Foundation invites applications for the Robbie and Jean Shaw Scholarship. This award consists of two non-renewable scholarships valued at $2,500 each.

Eligible applicants are current or former IWK patients who have an academic average of 75% or higher and who are entering their first year of post-secondary studies.

Applicants must submit a minimum 500 word essay answering the following question:
How has your experience at the IWK shaped your goals for the future?

Some points to consider when writing the essay:

  • Why the IWK is special to you
  • Community involvement (both with IWK and beyond)
  • Hopes & dreams for the future
  • How the scholarship will make a difference for you

In addition, applicants must submit two personal references — one from a teacher and one from a representative at the IWK who is familiar with their care journey.

Deadline for application is April 26, 2019

Please submit  APPLICATION FORM​ to: 

IWK Foundation
B220-5855 Spring Garden Road
Halifax, NS B3H 4S2
Attention: Robbie and Jean Shaw Scholarship

Email: foundation@iwk.nshealth.ca

Fax: 902.470.8000​

April 04
The Fredericton Women's Executive Scholarship

SCHOLARSHIP VALUE: $500 - $3,000

 OBJECTIVE:   To encourage the pursuit of post-secondary studies for female students who exhibit the following:


  • Academic Achievement

  • Financial Need (without assistance would be unable to pursue post-secondary education, due to such things as single parenting, disability, undue hardship, etc.)

  • Extra Curricular Activities 




Students Must: 

  • Have a minimum grade 12 or equivalent diploma

  • Be enrolled in a full-time,  post secondary degree or diploma program at a post secondary institution in Fredericton  recognized by the Canada Student Loan Program and entering the 2019-2020 academic school year.​

  • Must be a permanent resident of New Brunswick​



Submit the completed APPLICATION FORM​ along with all supporting documents by email to:


      ATTN:  Scholarship Review Committee


Deadline to apply:   April 30, 2019

April 04
Course Applications
March 29
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is one of the most successful Rotary programs run by Rotary clubs around the world. The fun and intensive training program for 15 to 30 year olds offers the leaders of the future a chance to get a head start at an early age. 

The RYLA program gives young people and young adults the chance to improve leadership and communication skills, learn about businesses and institutions, explore career paths, share ideas and experiences, learn how to coordinate youth activities and community service projects in the community, and discuss creative approaches for resolving family, social, and professional conflicts. 

In Rotary District 7810, RYLA aims to: 

• Give young people the chance to come together in a supportive environment to gain a better understanding of their own strengths and the unique qualities and abilities of others 

• Facilitate learning about teamwork, communication, motivation and to develop the leadership skills of young people through experiential workshops 

• Create a greater awareness of social issues affecting young people and 

• Demonstrate Rotary's commitment to young people. 

When and where is RYLA held? 

The 2019, District 7810 RYLA will be held at Kingswood University in Sussex, NB on May 17th & 18th . Registration starts at 5:00 pm on Friday with workshops and activities taking place all day Saturday until 5pm. A closing ceremony will start at 4pm. Family and friends are welcome to attend the closing ceremonies or are asked to pick up their children no later than 5pm when the Camp closes. 

Who pays for RYLA? 

Each RYLA candidate can be sponsored by a Rotary Club from District 7810. The sponsoring club will pay $150 for each youth participating in the program. If a participant is not sponsored by a Rotary Club, they will be responsible for the $150 fee. 


One participant at this RYLA event between the ages of 18 to 30 will be selected to participate (all expenses paid) at the RYLA Conference held in Washington, DC from July 2-July 7, 2019.​


RYLA 2019 Informational Sheet.pdfRYLA 2019 Informational Sheet.pdf RYLA 2019 Promotional Poster.pdfRYLA 2019 Promotional Poster.pdf RYLA 2019 Registration Form.pdfRYLA 2019 Registration Form.pdf

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