The Scotiabank Scholars program is a unique two-year curriculum, designed by Huron University in collaboration with TVDSB, for high school students. Together, Huron and Scotiabank aim to break down barriers for accessing higher education by helping Scotiabank Scholars navigate university opportunities and application processes. It is our mission to nurture a community where young leaders can thrive academically, professionally, and socially.
With sessions held on-campus at Huron University, students can gain exposure and confidence in attending a higher education setting. Participating students will engage in topics like skill development, career exploration, and university preparation.
Each school is encouraged to register eligible Grade 11 students for the Scotiabank Scholars program. The registration form will open in September.
The Scotiabank Scholars Program
Scotiabank Scholars programming is developed by Huron and delivered in partnership with community organizations, school boards and high school guidance. It includes:
Who is eligible?
The Scotiabank Scholars Program has been made available to students registered in university pathway courses, who demonstrate the propensity to attend university directly after graduation.
Scotiabank and Huron University share a mission to make higher education accessible to all. With this goal in mind, the Scotiabank Scholars Program has been made available to deserving students that are part of any one of the following communities:
Additional Eligibility Criteria:
Guidance Consellors register eligble Grade 11 students
Grade 11 Scotiabank Scholars participate in sessions
Scotiabank Summer Camp for all Grade 11 Scholars
Grade 12 Scotiabank Scholars partcipate in sessions
Grade 12 Scotiabank Scholars Graduation & Scotiabank Scholarship Awardees
Each school is encouraged to register up to 5 eligible Grade 11 students for the Scotiabank Scholars program. The registration form will close at the end of September. All registered students will receive a registration form which must be completed in order to finalize their registration in the program.
Interested in learning more?
Educators and guidance counsellors can get access to Scotiabank Scholars programming, as well as information on how to enroll students, by signing up.
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