Mrs. Carter & Mrs. Savory

Posted: January 29, 2019

National Youth Engagement Week is a unique opportunity to experience five days at Depot, the RCMP's training academy in Regina. A select group of Grade 12 students from across Canada will experience what it's like to be a cadet in training.

If chosen, you will get the opportunity to interact with police officers from various RCMP units. Activities may include a fitness session, drill class, driving simulation, police defensive tactics, a tour of the RCMP Heritage Centre and much more.

When: March 25-29, 2019         Location: RCMP Depot Division in Regina, Saskatchewan

Cost: FREE! Travel, accommodation and meals will be provided by the RCMP.

To be considered, you must:

Be interested in a law enforcement career

Be a Grade 12 student

Be proficient in English and/or French

Live in Canada

Due Date: Jan. 31st


10-day overnight camp designed to introduce kids 14-17 years old to the exciting world of marine mammal conservation and research.

Date: August 3-12, 2019.


Posted: January 22, 2019

The Contest challenges high school students to create a two-minute original video focus on safety finals.

Due: April 1st


Valued at $500 each, the awards are:

-The NBFL Solidarity Bursaries (2)

-Tim McCarthy Environment Prize (1)

-James A. Whitebone Memorial Scholarships (2)

**See Mrs.Carter for details


Posted: January 11, 2019

-Entrance Scholarships

-Currie Undergraduate Scholarships

-Beaverbrook Scholars Award

-H. Harrison McCain Bursaries/Scholarships

-Loran Scholars Foundation


Application Forms: or See Mrs. Carter in Guidance for paper forms.


Scholarships are open to residents of the province of NB who will graduate from high school in June 2019, and who intend to enroll in a NB, NS or PEI University in 2019.

Value: $5000.00 per year for four years of the student’s degree.

Deadline: May 1st

Applications: See Mrs. Carter in guidance




Posted: December 12, 2018

A representative from Oulton College will be at BLMS tomorrow at lunch.

Posted: December 11, 2018

The Scholarship Program is intended to encourage and support women and men pursuing a non-traditional career at a New Brunswick college. Any occupations in which women or men make up less than 25% of the total workforce is considered "non-traditional".

Scholarships of equal value up to a maximum of $2,000 will be awarded.

Applications are due no later than June 30th.




Posted: December 11, 2018

A representative from Mount Allison University will be at BLMS on Wednesday, December 12th at lunch.


Posted: December 4, 2018

December 11th- In front of the theatre at Lunch.

January 17th, 2019- In front of the theatre at Lunch- Indigenous student recruitment advisor.