For students at Crescent Heights High School who will be pursuing a program of training at a technical post-secondary institute (not university).
The Maurice A. Spring Memorial Award has been established to honor a former student of Crescent Heights High School who left the school to serve overseas during World War II. Mr. Spring was always very proud that his name appeared on the Veterans’ Honour Roll in the front hall of the school.
Mr. Spring, a professional engineer who taught engineering for many years, placed a great deal of importance on education. He would be very pleased to know that his efforts will help make post- secondary education a reality for many Crescent Heights High School students in the years to come.
$750 Vocational Scholarship
ELIGIBILITY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP:
1. Academic Achievement:
Applicants must show excellence in a course(s) leading to their chosen field of study. Students
must have a minimum of 60% in their top four (4) grade 12 subjects and meet high school diploma requirements.
2. Financial Need:
This scholarship is for students who through financial assistance, might be encouraged to
continue their studies in courses leading to their chosen field of study. Financial need will be the determining factor in the selection of the winner of this award.
SELECTION OF SCHOLARSHIP WINNER:
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 high school.
A selection committee will choose the winner of this award.
The selected scholarship winner will be acknowledged publicly at the awards ceremony where the students will receive a plaque.
Payment will be dependent on proof of full-time attendance at a post-secondary institution.
To download a printable PDF of the terms of reference for this award click here.