A scholarship is a monetary award based on academic merit or excellence in a specific area of study or discipline (athletics, music, volunteerism, etc.) and often includes secondary requirements such as leadership or citizenship. A government grant is provided to students in need of financial assistance and does not need to be paid back. A bursary is a monetary grant based primarily on financial need and often includes secondary requirements such as leadership or citizenship. To learn more, please read the Scholarship & Student Financial Air Brochure.
Calgary Catholic has a number of scholarships that students can apply for:
- City of Calgary Scholarship
- Joan MacLeod Fine Arts Scholarship
- Mary Ngo Family Bursary
- Kerry Dyte Educational Scholarship
Note: The application for the Kerry Dyte Educational Award has moved to an
online application through The Calgary Foundation. Please click on the link to
first create a profile to access the system and application.
Please visit the following websites for other Canadian scholarship information: