Laine Alexandra McLeod was an outstanding student who loved school and did her very best in all her endeavours. She was thoughtful of others, and the first to step forward to help someone in need. Laine was good-natured and had a terrific sense of humour. She liked to have fun and was a good friend. Laine received numerous awards, including the silver medal for Academic Achievement and was recognized by her peers with the Student of Term Award. Laine died as the result of a motor vehicle accident on July 23, 1999 at the age of twelve. The Laine McLeod Memorial Scholarship is a tribute to her and the personal characteristics for which she was known and loved: working hard to achieve scholastic excellence and a genuine sense of caring and sharing in her school community.
Endowed by family and friends of Laine McLeod
John Ware Junior High School
Field of Study
Open to students registered in grade 9 at John Ware Junior High School who have achieved a minimum average of 79.5% in all subjects in the first three reporting periods. Applicant must demonstrate caring and supportive qualities to others in school spirit activities, clubs, service, team and/or special groups.
The applicant is required to complete an essay describing why they are deserving of this award and how receiving this award will assist them in achieving their future goals. The essay must be no more than 500 words in length (one page, typed or printed).
Online application available at www.educationmatters.ca. Applicants should check with their guidance office for more information and are encouraged to discuss their application with the Scholarship Coordinator at their junior high school.
Selection & Payment
School-specific. Recipients will be notified by September. To claim the award, within five (5) years of notification of award the recipient must be registered in an eligible program of post-secondary study of at least two years duration. Payment will be made to the student.
To download a printable PDF of the terms of reference for this award click here.