It is time to apply for Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards!

Hi Grads. Please make sure that you fill in the attached google form. This is your CCI Awards
Application. Every graduating student is encouraged to fill this in. This
application asks you some questions about your involvement at CCI, the
community, and your future plans. If you have not yet decided what you are
doing next year, just answer the questions as best as you can. If you would
like to be considered for bursaries there is a second part to complete that
involves writing a letter. Bursaries are for students who have financial need. The
due date for the form is Monday May 22. Good luck!


There are many scholarships and bursaries that students can apply for. Come to Guidance if you ever have any questions or concerns, and below are several places that you can turn to for more information.


Students can learn about scholarship opportunities by:

* listening to CCI am (morning announcements)

* checking the Google Classroom (students)

* checking individual websites of post-secondary institutions


CCI Awards, Bursaries & Scholarships Guide 2022-2023-1.pdf


Western National Scholarship Program 2023:

Students interested in applying to Western and have an average over 90% with Distinction should consider. Applications will be available in mid-November. 

Western National Scholarship Program


Indigenous Awards/Bursaries and Scholarship Resources:

Indspire Bursaries and Scholarships
Metis Nation of Ontario Bursaries and Scholarships
Government of Canada Post Secondary Student Support Program
OSAP Indigenous Student Bursary
Government of Ontario Post Secondary Education
Twin Lakes Secondary School resource


University Of Toronto- National Book Award- Due Thursday October 6th, 2022

 National Scholarship


Loran Scholarship

Are you a graduating student who demonstrates personal integrity, leadership, community service, and a sense of direction? Applications for the Loran Award are now open. This is a very valuable scholarship. Oct. 12, 2022 is the due date. If you wish for someone to be a reference, you need to give them time to complete a letter if required.





Be in your final year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school. Present a minimum cumulative average of 85%. Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status. Be at least 16 years of age by September 1st of the following year. Students who graduated last year and are currently taking a gap year are also eligible to apply.