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Local students earn scholarships


ST. ANTHONY — A number of Northern Peninsula and southern Labrador students are among those receiving a share of the provincial scholarship program this year.

The scholarships, based on public exam results, range from $1,000-$2,500 and will help students fund their post-secondary education.

Local recipients of Elecotral District scholarships are:

Effie Powell of William Gillett Academy, Charlottetown;

Devon Beals and Hayley Parsons of Labrador Straits Acadmey, L’Anse Au Loup;

Niall Mitchell Hingston of Gros Morne Academy, Rocky Harbour;

Marshall White of French Shore Academy, Port Saunders;

Hillary Randell of Cloud River, Roddickton; and

Shelby Snow of White Hills Academy, in St. Anthony.

Kelsey House of French Shore Academy received the Centenary for responsible Government Scholarship.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador awards Electoral District Scholarships of $1,000 to the three high school graduates in each electoral district with the highest marks. 

Centenary of Responsible Government Scholarships, valued at $1,000, are awarded to the 79 students with the highest marks other than the Junior Jubilee, W.C. Moss and the Electoral District Scholarships.

The scholarships, based on public exam results, range from $1,000-$2,500 and will help students fund their post-secondary education.

Local recipients of Elecotral District scholarships are:

Effie Powell of William Gillett Academy, Charlottetown;

Devon Beals and Hayley Parsons of Labrador Straits Acadmey, L’Anse Au Loup;

Niall Mitchell Hingston of Gros Morne Academy, Rocky Harbour;

Marshall White of French Shore Academy, Port Saunders;

Hillary Randell of Cloud River, Roddickton; and

Shelby Snow of White Hills Academy, in St. Anthony.

Kelsey House of French Shore Academy received the Centenary for responsible Government Scholarship.

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador awards Electoral District Scholarships of $1,000 to the three high school graduates in each electoral district with the highest marks. 

Centenary of Responsible Government Scholarships, valued at $1,000, are awarded to the 79 students with the highest marks other than the Junior Jubilee, W.C. Moss and the Electoral District Scholarships.

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