I will be posting all scholarship opportunities that come across my desk on this page.  If you have any questions you can see me or you can sign out my scholarship binder at any time.  

~ Mme  Barrow

Students have never been faced with so many options when trying to find the right school and challenges with finding the money to pay for their education.  Visit SchoolFinder.com and ScholarshipsCanada.com websites in order to make this process easier for you.

Moving Lives Forward scholarship program 

Deadline is November 1, 2022. 

Scholarships are available to adults (17+) in Newfoundland and Labrador who have used mental health or addictions programs in the past two years. Applications are accepted three times per year, to a value of up to $1,500 per person, per semester, and can be used for post-secondary education, personal development, wellness and more. 

Our partner NAPE has made it possible for this program to become provincial in scope. We want to share this information as widely as possible, so more mental health and addictions patients can avail of it. 

 This round of applications closes November 1, with the next deadlines of April 1 and August 1.

 The webpage hosts the regulations and application forms and can be found here:



Outstanding School and Community Involvement Scholarship - Recognizing leadership in community and school activities. 

Owen Grimes Memorial Scholarship - Recognizing leadership in athletics, community and school activities.

Awarded annually, each scholarship is valued at $3,000.  Submission deadline is September 15, 2018.

​Visit www.nlcu.com for more details.


The scholarships are awarded based on standardized public examination scores for: English 3201, Math 3200 or 3201, Public exam science, World Geography 3202.   A scholarship score is calculated by the province for all students graduating with an academic or honours status. It is based on the students' public exam only .  


1.  Application must be in writing to the CEO, on or before August 17, 2018. 

2.  Any child, grandchild, or ward of a municipal council member or employee in a community served by the Agency, upon graduation from the NL senior high school program may apply.  

3.  Any child, grandchild, or ward of an Agency employee or retiree (living or deceased), upon graduation from the NL senior high school program, may apply.

4.  Application must contain the name, age, MCP #, and school of the graduate.

5. For applicants under section 2, a letter from the Mayor or Town Clerk, certifying the applicant is a child/ward of a municipal council member or municipal employee is required.

Note: Clar Simmons - a professional accountant.  He worked in the public service of NL for more than 35 years.  Clar was the BUsiness Manager for the Municipal Assessment Agency from 1998 until his untimely passing in 2004.  A gentleman of exemplary patience and loyalty, it is in his memory we are pleased to offer this scholarship opportunity.

Scholarships -Recognizing High School Graduating Students

The recipients of these prestigious awards will be known as Newfoundland and Labrador English School District Scholars.  27 students, ideally 11 from the Eastern region, 6 from the Central region, 5 from Western region, 3 from the Labrador region and 2 at large, will receive this distinction.  

Awarded to full-time students in the year they graduate from high school in Newfoundland and Labrador English School District.  Awarded to students who have attained graduation status ... who have demonstrated involvement at the school and community levels (Addressed in LEtters of Support and Letter of Recommendation) ... who have been officially accepted to a recognized post-secondary institution for the following year.

Each scholarship will be established at $1000 and must be taken within one year after it is awarded.

See Mme Barrow for application details.  Deadline for application is June 29, 2018.