Awards & Scholarships

Learning Centre Awards

Most Improved:  Learning Centre students Grades 8-12


  • To recognize a self-motivated, or becoming a self-motivated student who demonstrates improved work habits from September to June and the will to want to achieve.  These efforts can be seen in class participation, regular attendance, and completing assignments on time.

Spirit Award  Learning Centre students Grades 8-12

  • To recognize consistent student effort that results in significant improvements in the following areas:
    • academic achievement, organizational skills, dedication and perseverance, positive attitude, and personal growth.
    • Can also be presented to students who display acts of compassion in their communities or demonstrate a significant commitment to volunteerism.
  • The student must be in good academic standing, passing all core courses, and be registered as a non-concurrent student at the Learning Centre within the school year for which the award is intended.
  • Students are nominated by Learning Centre staff


Spend some time exploring funding options to pay for your post-secondary schooling.  While you are searching for scholarships, bursaries and/or student loans do make note of any deadlines you need to adhere to. 

Morinville Learning Centre and Sturgeon Learning Centre Students have an opportunity to be awarded an $800 scholarship - Application and requirements for Champion Pet Foods Award.

This scholarship of $800 is awarded to one Sturgeon Public Schools graduate from either the Morinville Learning Centre or the Sturgeon Learning Centre who has demonstrated perseverance and diligence and is pursuing a post-secondary education in an agricultural related field of study. 

The recipient must have attended Morinville Learning Centre or Sturgeon Learning Centre, must not be a mature student, must provide confirmation of enrollment in a post-secondary institution for the following school year and be actively pursuing a post-secondary education in an agricultural related field. 

A typed 100 – 150 word submission addressing the reasons for choice of study must be attached to the application. Confirmation of Enrollment (form attached), is to be completed and received between September 15 - 30 for the Fall Term. Students eligible are encouraged to complete and submit the attached application.

Scholar Tree

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Following are some additional scholarships available to Sturgeon Public School students, as well are some suggested websites that may be helpful:

Beyond High School: wondering what you might like to do beyond high school for a job or a career?  Start exploring. Here are some suggested websites that can assist you:

  • Learning Clicks
  • ALIS (Career, learning and employment information for Albertans)