FEC Leo Hayes High School > Guidance
Students planning to pursue studies in a
recognized program in the performing arts are invited to apply for the Council
of the Arts Fredericton Performing Arts Scholarship.
The annual award is valued at $5000. It is intended for residents of the
greater Fredericton area. The course of study can take place at any institution
recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency and must involve performance or
production. Students at secondary, post-secondary and graduate levels are
Information and application guidelines are available through the
Fredericton Community Foundation at www.fredfdn.ca .
Applications must be received on or before July 31.
All new students registering for Leo Hayes High School can register following the link below.
New registrations will need to provide the following:
- Last report card or transcript
- Medicare number
- Proof of Immunization
- Birth Certificate
- Mother’s maiden name
Please contact Kathie Clark at 506-444-3067 or by email at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
(EECD) is offering a free summer learning program for students entering grade
10, 11 or 12 in the upcoming school year, or those who will graduate in June
2021. The courses will be offered completely online. This is a great
opportunity to take a course that you would not otherwise have time for or to
upgrade a mark for post secondary. Please see the document below for more
information or contact your child’s Guidance Counsellor.
Summer Learning for Students 2021.pdf
STU is hosting a virtual event on Saturday May 29th from 10 -1, for grade 11 students, who are considering post-secondary studies after High School.
For more information and to register for the event please visit:
Registration and Information
For any Gr 12 students who will be attending Oulton College, please see the attached link for more details on scholarships, bursaries and grants! The Oulton Memorial Scholarship application deadline is June 1st.
Oulton College Scholarships, Bursaries & Grants
FSL Postsecondary Bursaries
Did you know there’s a program offering bursaries for postsecondary studies in
French as a second language (FSL) in 26 colleges and universities for those of you who want to pursue your studies in French?
Also, discover new videos of 4 young Francophones and Francophiles regarding the importance of speaking French,
their relationship to French, or the role of French in their future. A new educational
tool made by young people for young people! Visit the ACUFC YouTube channel.
For Grade 12 students who plan to attend NBCC/NBCCD, please submit the following application to Guidance by Thursday May 20th.
Please see the attached grad prize list for 2021.
Most of these prizes have been donated by members of our community. Some
prizes are awarded based on grades, some are awarded to students who are going
into specific fields such as nursing or the trades and some prizes are given
out to students who reside in certain communities.
To be considered for these prizes, it is important that you fill out the following form:
In House Scholarship Application Form
Grad Prize Grid 2021.docx