Below you will find a list of all the bursaries offered through CVR’s Educational Foundation.
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Marian Anderson Memorial Bursary
The Marian Anderson Memorial Bursary was established in 2022 by her sons Bill and Doug Anderson. This bursary was created to honor Mrs. Anderson’s love for music and its purpose is to reward a student who is passionate and excels in music, drama, dance and/or art and wishes to pursue his/her passion in their post-secondary studies. Students entering any art related program (whether it be in music, dance, theater, cinema, etc.) may apply for this bursary
Two (2) students will be awarded 500 $ each
Dr. Kevin P. Brissette Memorial Bursary
This bursary was set up in 2010 by Jocelyne Brissette to honour her husband’s memory. Graduates who plan to attend a 2 year pre-university program with the aim of entering MEDICINE, or ANY HEALTH PROGRAM at the university level as well as the students entering a Registered NURSING program may apply. 3 year CEGEP career programs also accepted.
One student is awarded 1000 $
Uniag Cooperative Bursary
This bursary was established in 2008 by a donation from the Uniag Coopérative. The bursary
is given to a student who will be pursuing post-secondary studies in AGRICULTURE.
One student is awarded 250 $
Mario Dumas Memorial Bursary
This bursary was established in 2018 to honour the memory of Mario Dumas’ unwavering dedication, immense contribution and steadfast commitment to his community including his involvement with youth and CVR High School. This bursary is awarded to a graduating student who is pursuing post-secondary education and has kept an overall averall of 70 % and over in grade 10 and 11. This student is involved at school and in the community, has shown leadership skills and is a good ambassador of CVR High School.
One (1) 1000 $ bursary is awarded
Tony Evans Memorial Bursary
This bursary rewards athletic and academic excellence. It was established in 2016 and one student is awarded a trophy and a 1000 $ bursary to pursue his or her post-secondary studies.
Warren Grapes Agriculture Bursary
Starting in 2016, this bursary is awarded by the Quebec Farmers Association to one deserving student going into AGRICULTURE
One bursary of 450 $ is offered
The Anthony Faubert Memorial Bursary was established in 2022 to honour Anthony Faubert, a 2020 graduate of CVR. Anthony had a passion for cooking and all things food-related and was pursuing his studies at the École des métiers de la restauration et du tourisme de Montréal.
One (1) student will be awarded a bursary of 250 $
Huntingdon Academy Class of 1947 Bursary
The Huntingdon Academy Class of 1947 bursary was established in 2017. Any student in the graduating class is eligible to apply.
one (1) student is awarded 500 $
Rev. John (Jack) C.T. Johnson Memorial Bursary
This bursary was established in 2008 with a very generous legacy from the Estate of Jack Johnson. Students in the graduating class are invited to apply for this bursary.
One female and one male student each receive 500 $
Pauline Lantz Smith Bursary
Pauline Lantz Smith Bursary was established in 2017 by Mrs Lantz Smith for students in the graduating class who are pursuing VOCATIONAL TRAINING. After a life devoted to helping students achieve their full potential, Mrs. Smith sadly passed away in the Fall of 2020.
Two (2) students will be awarded 500 $ each
Established in 2020, this bursary was created by Mr. Lyndon Maither to honor the memory of his parents, Mr. Ronald Archibald Maither (Aug. 4th, 1930 – Oct. 2nd, 1999) and Mrs. Iona Eunice Lamb Maither (June 22nd, 1938 – Oct. 28th, 2019). All students of the graduating class who are pursuing post-secondary studies are invited to apply for this bursary.
Two (2) bursaries of 500 $ are awarded.
The Ness Bursaries
This bursary was established in 2011 by Owen Ness. Students who have met all the criteria and followed the UNIVERSAL PROGRAM throughout their 5 years at CVR may apply.
Three (3) bursaries of 1000 $ each will be awarded
These bursaries were established in 2022 by Mona Osman and April Wells, to honor Mona’s parents memory. These bursaries are being offered to students pursuing their education in agriculture, trades, health care and science (and/or social science). Each bursary has its own criteria that can be referred to in the Round 2 section. Click here for detailed information about all the Osman Family Memorial Bursaries
Four (4) bursaries of 625 $
Vernon A. Pope Memorial Bursary
This bursary was established in 2008 by Valerie Tait to honor her father’s memory. This bursary is awarded to a student who will be pursuing post-secondary studies in a 2 year pre-university SCIENCE program.
The amount of this bursary is 1000 $
Rennie Memorial Bursary
This bursary was first awarded in 2004 through the establishment of a fund by Margaret Rennie Blank in memory of her father John Gillies Rennie and her aunt Alice Rennie. Open to all graduating students.
One female and one male student will receive 500 $ each
The Taverne de la Ferme Bursary
This bursary was established in 2020 and it is awarded to one student who is pursuing their education in a culinary program. It is designed for a student who is passionate about the culinary arts and who has a strong work ethic.
One bursary of 500 $ is offered.
Bea & Charlie Tully Memorial Bursaries
Established in 2015, two students intending to pursue a career in EDUCATION each receive 500 $
Wilfred & Jean Watson Memorial Bursaries
This bursary was set up in 2011 by Mackenzie (Mac) & Rena Watson in memory of his parents. Students intending to pursue a 2 year pre-university program in SCIENCE or COMMERCE leading to a B.Sc or B.Comm, may apply.
Three (3) bursaries of 1000 $ are awarded