This award is dedicated to the memory of Twyla Jean Eddy and Corinne Evelyn Walker, two Calgary teenagers who lost their lives in an alcohol-related accident. As a result of their deaths in 1984, Teenagers Against Drinking & Driving (T.A.D.D.) was formed by the students of Crescent Heights High School. T.A.D.D. is an organization of, for and by teens, dedicated to the preservation of life through the reduction of drinking and driving incidents.
Teenagers Against Drinking & Driving (T.A.D.D.)
Crescent Heights High School
Field of Study
Open to students registered in grade 12 who have attended Crescent Heights High School for a minimum of two consecutive years, and who are completing the requirements of a high school diploma. Applicants must have demonstrated involvement and service in the community. This may include volunteering, specific citizenship projects or tasks, youth groups and church activities.
Applicants must have participated in extra-curricular activities during their final two years of their program. Activities may include student government, club activity, debating, fine arts and athletics.
Applicants must have marks sufficient for entrance to a post-secondary area of study.
The recipient must be registered in an eligible program of study at a post-secondary institution leading to a degree or diploma.
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.
Selection & Payment: Recommended by Principal. Recipients will be selected by September. Payment will be made to the student upon Proof of Enrolment at a post-secondary institute.
To download a printable PDF of the terms of reference for this award click here.