Scholarships

CVR Educational Foundation Scholarship

Since 1986, the Foundation has been awarding 8 to 12 scholarships annually to CVR graduates.  In 2005 the Board of Directors voted to name the scholarship awarded to the top student in honour of Rev. John (Jack) C.T. Johnson.  Similarly, since 2006, the student with the second highest marks received the scholarship named in honour of J.David Aikman.  In 2013, the student with the third highest marks received the first scholarship named in honour of Maureen Wahba.  In 2017, the student with the fourth highest marks received the first scholarship named in memory of Eric Rumsby, one of the founding members of the Educational Foundation.

These scholarships range between 700 $ and 2000 $


Brian Millar Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was awarded for the first time in 2011.  Students must submit a letter of intent if they are pursuing a two-year ore-university program in COMMERCE, leading to a B.Sc or B.Com or a three year program leading to a B.A.A

One scholarship of 1000 $ will be awarded


Finlayson Scholarship

This scholarship was awarded for the first time in 2007.  Graduates who plan to attend a SCIENCE PROGRAM at MACDONALD COLLEGE must submit a letter of intent.

Two scholarships of 1000 $ will be awarded


The Randaccio Family Memorial Scholarship

Starting in 2014, Letizia Randaccio has set up this scholarship in honor of the memory of her parents, Salvatore and Elena Randaccio of Covey Hill.  Graduates who plan to attend CEGEP leading to a university bachelor degree in an ENGINEERING or AGRICULTURAL field may apply.

One student is awarded the amount of 10000 $ (spread over 5 to 6 years depending on the program)


The Suzelle Barrington Scholarship

This scholarship was first awarded in 2018. It was set up by Suzelle Barrington, resident of Howick, parent to three CVR alumni and a world renowned engineer.  This scholarship is awarded to a student who is pursing his education in a two-year pre-university program in SOCIAL SCIENCE who has maintained an 80 %  overall average in grade 11.  This student also has to be involved in his community, has shown leadership skills and is a good ambassador of CVR high School.

Two students are awarded a 1200 $ scholarship


The Force 3 Medical Scholarship

This scholarship was first awarded in 2019. Founded in 1984, Force 3 Medical inc. is a privately owned distributor of medical products, specializing in mechanical heart valves. The increasing need of trained medical professionals, due to the fast growing elderly population, has prompted Force 3 Medical to create this scholarship. Sharon deGaspé Power and Gilbert Pommepuy, residents of Havelock, have been inspired to support the Chateauguay Valley Regional High School students by establishing this scholarship, through their many years of involvement with CVR Educational Foundation.  This scholarship is awarded to a student in the graduating class who is pursuing his/her post-secondary studies in a TWO-YEAR PRE-UNIVERSITY SCIENCE program with the aim of entering MEDICINE OR HEALTH SCIENCE at the university level as well as those students entering a Registered Nursing program or a 3 year health related CEGEP career program.

One scholarship of 3000 $ (spread over 3 years)


The Lara Drummond Foundation Scholarship UNAVAILABLE FOR 2020

This scholarship was first awarded in 2019. This scholarship has been created to honor the life of the late Lara Drummond, who, at the time of her passing in 1979, was a student in grade 6+ at Ormstown Elementary School. She lived with her parents, Mary & Kevin Drummond and her 2 brothers, Liam & Terence on their farm in Havelock, Qc. It is the Drummond family’s affection for their community and respect for the local schools that inspired them to support Chateauguay Valley Regional High School students who are aiming for a career in EDUCATION. This scholarship is awarded to graduating students who are pursuing their post-secondary education in a TWO-YEAR PRE-UNIVERSITY PROGRAM WITH THE AIM OF ENTERING THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITY.

Two scholarships of 10000 $ (spread over 6 years)

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