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Scholarships and Awards

Glen Keeley Memorial Scholarship

Livingstone Range School Division Scholarships

2024 Applications Coming Soon

Submit your completed application directly to your

High School Guidance Counsellor or Principal


  • Dr. Lloyd Cavers Scholarship - School-based Nomination, $200 for nominees and $1000 for the division winner
    • The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize the contributions made by a student leader in Livingstone Range School Division.  The recipient’s leadership abilities will have had a positive impact, primarily at the school, but also in the wider community.  The student will be graduating from Grade 12 in his or her chosen program.


  • Livingstone Macleod Association Bursary Fund, $2000
    • Open to LRSD students registered in Grade 12 that are completing the requirements of a high school diploma and require assistance to advance to a trade’s post-secondary institution: Olds College, SAIT, NAIT (only if the course is not offered at SAIT), University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge College and the University of Alberta Agricultural Faculty.

    • Applicants must have demonstrated academic process and have shown the desire of advancing into their selected trade throughout Grades 10 to 12.


  • ENMAX Environmental Leadership Scholarship, $1000
    • Open to LRSD students registered in Grade 12 that are completing the requirements of a high school diploma, minimum 65% GPA in Grade 12.
    • Applicants must have demonstrated outstanding environmental leadership and citizenship qualities as revealed by the participation in non-academic activities for the school and community throughout Grades 10, 11 and 12.
    • Recipient must be registered in a post-secondary institution in Canada in an eligible program of study of at least two year duration leading to a degree or diploma in an area of environmental studies.

Nanton and District Lions, Cliff Hooker Scholarship

This scholarship is open to any Nanton area student starting their first or subsequent year of studies in a Trade.

Eligibility for the award is dependent on academic standing sufficient to achieve stated goal, good citizenship demonstrated through community/social participation and volunteer work.

Students must plan to attend a Trade school within 18 months of receiving the scholarship and provide proof of enrollment prior to disbursement of fund. 

Application deadline for the Cliff Hooker memorial scholarship is Sept 15th 

Application Form

Loran Scholarship

The selection of a Loran Scholar is unique in its attention to a young person’s character. We believe that integrity, courage, grit and personal autonomy are better indicators of overall potential than standard academic measures. To discover these traits, we administer the most comprehensive and thorough scholarship selection process in Canada.

Tenable at 25 partner universities, the Loran Award is valued at more than $100,000 over four years, including mentorship, funding for summer work experiences and participation in an extensive network of past and present scholars.

This year, we are offering up to 36 Loran Awards. In addition, we are granting up to 124 Finalist and Provincial & Territorial Awards ($6,000 or $2,000 each, respectively) to promising candidates.


October 11, 2023, before 8:00PM (Eastern Time)


Apply Online at: Becoming a Scholar

Florence A. Wilford Scholarship

This annual scholarship has been established for a 'well-rounded student'
who completed a minimum of six years at Stavely Schools.

It is intended to encourage the pursuit of a post-secondary education, including all recognized Universities, Colleges, Technical Schools, or Apprenticeship programs.

The award recipient is chosen based on leadership, community service and academic standing in both high school and post-secondary.

Candidates must have completed at least one semester or term at a post-secondary institution

Application Form

Application forms must be sent to Stavely Elementary School and received by October 31st.

Stavely Education Foundation Scholarship

The Stavely Education Foundation was formed in 1996. The goals of the education trust
are two fold:
1) Manage donations and bequests to develop a legacy directed to education
projects and scholarships.
2) To assist in the delivery of quality, accessible public education in Stavely.

Completed applications must be received by October 31st of the calendar
year without exception or notification.

Application Form