RTO District 46-Muskoka-Bursary

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The Retired Teachers of Ontario — District 46 Muskoka — provides a bursary of $2,000 to a graduating Muskoka student in need of financial support for post-secondary programs. For more details, click on the link: RTO Muskoka Bursary Flyer 2018 … Read More

House of Commons Page Program

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Will you be attending university in the National Capital Region?  Will you have an overall average of at least 80%?  Can you speak both official languages fluently?  The House of Commons Page Program is an interesting part-time job that you … Read More

Apply BEFORE the Deadline

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If you’re applying to University or College, apply well before the deadline.  So that you’re not caught when OUAC or OCAS crashes on deadline day, when almost EVERYONE is applying, back up YOUR deadline. The equal consideration deadline for University … Read More

U of Guelph National Scholarship Program

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The University of Guelph offers 12 scholarships valued at $42,000 each, recognizing academic excellence, innovation, community and school engagement and leadership.  Students must achieve a minimum 90% admission average to apply. The deadline is January 25, 2018. For more details, … Read More

Application Support Workshops

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Need help starting your College or University application?  Support will be provided during two lunchtimes — Monday, November 13, and Tuesday, November 14 — starting at 11:35 am in Room 318.  In this computer lab, you can get started on … Read More

Parent Post-Secondary Info Session

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During the dinner break of Wednesday’s Parent-Teacher Night, there will be a short post-secondary information session for parents in the HHS Library.  The presentation will begin shortly after 5:00 pm, discussing the college and university application process and the support … Read More

PINs are in Student Services

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If you’re applying to university through OUAC (Ontario Universities’ Application Centre), you’ll need your OUAC PIN.  They are available in Student Services.  That Personal Identification Number allows you to start your university application.  See Mrs. Finbow or Mrs. Crozier to … Read More

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