Established in 2020 in memory of Evan Clarke, this award is for a Joane Cardinal-Schubert student who, like Evan’s mother, has a passion for mathematics and helping other people.


Marilyn & Albert Blagdon, Grandparents of Evan Clarke

Where Tenable

Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School

Field of Study

Mathematics or any field with a strong math component






Open to Grade 12 students of Joane Cardinal-Schubert who have demonstrated excellence in the field of mathematics.

Excellence in math is not necessarily just high grades – it may also include being passionate about learning and exploring math and/or demonstrating improvement in the mastery and understanding of the subject throughout a student’s time in school.

Students must submit an essay of approximately 500 words or a video (maximum 3 minutes) outlining why they are passionate about learning math and how math will support them in their future education and career.  Students could also write about someone (a teacher, parent, mentor) who inspired a love of learning math. Students are to submit their essay along with a letter of reference from their math teacher (signed and on letterhead).


Online application available at Applicants should check with their guidance office for more information and are encouraged to discuss their application with the Scholarship Coordinator at their high school.

Selection & Payment

School-specific; selection will be made by the family of Evan Clarke.  Recipients will be notified by September.  To claim the award, within two (2) years of notification of award the recipient must be registered in an eligible program of post-secondary study in Canada.  Payment will be made to the post-secondary institution.


EXTENDED to May 8, 2022.