Returning & Graduating Awards

Did You Know?

  • The gym officially opened July 8, 1951. The Sunday afternoon celebration, attended by 1,500 people, featured speeches followed by an evening celebration with another 1,500 people in attendance to hear the Luther Choir and the RCMP Band.

  • Do you know someone in Kindergarten to Grade 8 that would like to be part of the Luther Family? Encourage them to join the Future Luther Student program!

  • The choral tradition at Luther began in 1914. In addition to in-school performances, the choir has shared its ministry of music with many congregations across Canada and has performed regularly on local and national radio and television shows, at contests and festivals.

  • The International Baccalaureate provides an enriched curriculum that both covers and extends beyond regular Saskatchewan curricula in its depth and detail. It emphasizes the development of the necessary critical skills that university-bound students need to master: reflecting, inquiring, thinking, analyzing and evaluating.

  • Luther graduates have gone on to universities such as Harvard, Oxford, Pennsylvania State, McGill, Queen’s and other renowned educational institutions throughout Canada, North America and the world.

  • The Tuck Shop for snacks was at the bottom of the south stairs going to what is now the cafeteria. The legendary beans in a cone were considered a healthier & cheaper alternative to what students purchased across the street at the Aintree.

  • Did you know there is a 3rd floor to the boy's dorm? It was traditionally assigned to upper level students who were more mature & responsible. Students who lived up there in the 1940’s confessed, in hushed tones, to having a radio when those devices were against school policy.

  • The first annual Senior Girls Volleyball Tournament was held in 1998 and is still going strong today!

Returning & Graduating Awards

In June, scholarships are awarded to current Luther College High School students in recognition of their achievements over the past school year. The selection is made by the Awards Committee according to the criteria for each scholarship or bursary.

No application is necessary for these awards except for The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Student Bursary and the McIlwrick Family Service to Society Award. The application forms can be found on the Forms page under "Scholarships & Awards" or picked up in the Guidance Office. Application forms are made available in March and the deadline is usually mid-late May.

Allan Christiansen Memorial Scholarship

The Allan Christiansen Memorial Scholarship is awarded to returning Grades 10, 11, and 12 students who have above-average scholastic achievement, who exhibit kindness and consideration for others, and who quietly and gently demonstrate traits of exemplary character. The scholarships were established in memory of Pastor C. by his family and friends, and by alumni of the College. Pastor C. served the College for thirty-eight years in such roles as Dean, Teacher, Guidance Counsellor, Chapel Coordinator, Vice-Principal, and Principal.

Anne A. Whitmore Memorial Scholarship

The Anne A. Whitmore Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating student and, subject to maintaining suitable grades, is renewable for up to three years against tuition fees at the university of the student’s choice. The student must maintain an average of at least 80%, display an interest and ability in English literature, and be an active participant in one or more of the theatrical or literary activities of Luther College High School. The recipient must exhibit genuine concern and care for other students. This scholarship was established in memory of Anne by her family and many friends. Anne (HS'94) attended Luther College High School from 1990 to 1994.

Ashley Anderson Memorial Scholarship

The Ashley Anderson Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating student who is recognized by both students and staff for his/her optimism, energy, caring, kindness, compassion, and support for other students, and enthusiastic involvement in school life. The student is in good academic standing and is active in a number of school activities, ideally including at least one sport. The scholarship was established by contributions from family and friends to honour the memory of Ashley, who attended Luther College High School from 1996 to 2000.

Ben Schoots Memorial Award

The Ben Schoots Memorial Award is awarded to a grade 10 male student who demonstrates strong athletic and academic ability. The award was established by Ben’s parents in memory of Ben (HS'82), who graduated from Luther College High School in 1982.

Beryl & Douglas Chalmers Memorial Award

The recipient of the Beryl & Douglas Chalmers Memorial Award must be a graduating student with future plans in an area such as human rights, international development, environmental protection, journalism, justice, law, politics or a similar field. Preference will be given to those who have demonstrated leadership, have an appetite for knowledge, and are forging their own path and making a difference in society. Extra consideration will be given to Indigenous students. The recipient must be a Saskatchewan resident attending any university, or a  non-resident enrolled at Luther College at the University of Regina, the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan.

Blake Carson Award in Mathematics

The Blake Carson Award in Mathematics is awarded to a Grade 11 Saskatchewan student who has shown general proficiency in math. Established in 2006 with a gift from Merlis M. R. Belsher (HS’53), the award is given in memory of Mr. Carson, a former math teacher at Luther, who was well-loved and respected by his students and peers.

Blakely Family Memorial Award

The Blakely Family Memorial Award is awarded to the returning Grade 10 female student showing the greatest athletic potential.

Bruce Perlson Junior Math and Science Scholarships

The Bruce Perlson Junior Math and Science Scholarships are awarded annually to students who have completed Grade 10. Awards are made to the students with the highest cumulative grade averages in all Luther College High School and Ministry of Education mandated Grade 9 and 10 mathematics and science classes. Eligible students must have attended both Grades 9 and 10 at Luther College High School, are in overall good academic standing, and continue to study both mathematics and science in Grade 11. 

Cathy Felstrom Memorial Scholarship

The Cathy Felstrom Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a Grade 12 student enrolling at Luther College at the University of Regina or another university, preferably Lutheran, who demonstrates academic achievement and exemplary character. It is donated by the Felstrom family in honour of Cathy (HS'78), who graduated from Luther in 1978.

Cecile & Robert Stark Scholarship

The Cecile & Robert Stark Scholarship is awarded to a student who attended Luther in both Grades 11 and 12 and who combines high scholastic achievement in algebra, geo-trig, and calculus with exemplary co-curricular commitment. The scholarship is provided by the children of Cecile and Robert in recognition of the sacrifices they made to provide education and co-curricular opportunities for their children.

Chief Justice Martin Award

The Chief Justice Martin Award is given to the student with the highest standing in Latin.

Cornelia Taschow-Graupe Scholarships in German

The Cornelia Taschow-Graupe Scholarships in German are awarded annually to students who are completing Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 respectively, who have shown the greatest promise in German, and continue the study of the language. The recipients will also be in general academic good standing.

Cornelia Taschow-Graupe Scholarships in Music

The Cornelia Taschow-Graupe Scholarships in Music are awarded annually to students who are completing Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 respectively who have shown leadership in the music program at Luther College High School and are in general academic good standing. The awards were established by Cornelia Taschow-Graupe, language teacher at Luther and enthusiastic supporter of the College’s mission, in 2009/10.  The scholarships are awarded annually to students who are completing Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 respectively who have shown leadership in the music program at Luther College High School and are in general academic good standing. Preference is given to those not receiving another scholarship or award in music.

Donald Hagan Memorial Award

The Donald Hagan Memorial Award is awarded to a male student who excels in English and creative expression. Donald’s mother, Ellen (HS’49), established the award. Donald attended Luther College HIgh School from 1969 to 1974.

Dorothea Sauer Memorial Award

The Dorothea Sauer Memorial Award is awarded to a female student for proficiency in English and fine arts. The award was established by Dorothea’s mother and brother. Dorothea attended Luther College HIgh School from 1938 to 1942. Dorothea had a successful career in the theatre in Toronto before her untimely death at age twenty-six.

Dr. Franklin E. Scribner and Margaret H. Scribner Memorial Prize

The Dr. Franklin E. Scribner and Margaret H. Scribner Memorial Prize is awarded to either a Grade 11 student showing a high degree of proficiency in English or a Grade 12 student showing a high degree of proficiency in Biology. The recipient of the prize should also be in overall academic good standing.

Dr. Rex & Elsa Schneider Scholarship & Gold Medal

The Dr. Rex & Elsa Schneider Scholarship & Gold Medal is awarded to the student who has achieved the highest average in the school.

Dr. Richard Hordern & Nancy Talsness Hordern Award

The Dr. Richard Hordern & Nancy Talsness Hordern Award is awarded to a graduating Grade 12 student who is attending Luther College at the University of Regina who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and made strong contributions to the life of the College through co-curricular and other community activities. The award was established in recognition of the eleven years of service that Pastor and Mrs. Hordern committed to the College during his presidency.

Dusterbeck Memorial Millennium Scholarship

The Dusterbeck Memorial Millennium Scholarship is awarded to students in Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 with above-average scholastic standing who demonstrate kindness and consideration for others. The scholarships are donated by the descendants of Esther Henriette (Maneck) Dusterbeck.

Edith Raths Choral Leadership Award

The Edith Raths Choral Leadership Award is awarded to a returning Grade 11 or 12 student who displays outstanding leadership and who shows potential as a future choral director. The award was established to honour Mrs. Raths and recognize her role as an outstanding choral director. The Edith enriched the lives of thousands of singers and worshippers. She directed Lutheran choirs in Winnipeg for over fifty years. Edith’s husband, Rev. Wilfred Raths (HS'35), and her grandson,Kristjan (HS'99), are graduates of Luther College High School.

Elaine Engel Memorial Bursary

The Elaine Engel Memorial Bursary is granted to a recognized, deserving, energetic and caring grade 12 Saskatchewan student on acceptance into a nursing program. Elaine Engel was a dedicated nurse whose daughters attended Luther College High School.

Ella Fricke Memorial Award in Music

The Ella Fricke Memorial Award in Music is awarded to a student who performed in the fall musical production and who displays talent, commitment, personal integrity, leadership, and willingness to work with others to ensure the musical is a success. The award was established in 2005 by Ella’s sister, Irma Wagner, in honour of Ella’s love of music.

Ellis-Weston Scholarship

The Ellis-Weston Scholarship is awarded to a graduating student who excels in history and social studies. The scholarship is donated by Rev. Dr. Walter Ellis in honour of his parents, Warren James and Lesley Mary (Weston) Ellis, in appreciation of the sacrifices they made in providing him with an education.

English Emeriti Scholarship

The English Emeriti Scholarship is awarded annually to the student with the highest cumulative grade average in grade 10 English. In the event there is more than one student with the highest cumulative grade average, the award will be divided equally amongst the recipients.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) Student Bursary

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) Student Bursary is awarded to students who are active in the ELCIC and have an interest in studying for leadership in the church as part of their faith journey. The application form can be found on the Forms page under "Scholarships & Awards."

Fred Wagner Scholarship

The Fred Wagner Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student with preference given to one who is proficient in English and has a special interest in drama. Mr. Wagner taught at Luther College High School from 1933 to 1965. This scholarship is donated by the Wagner family, friends and alumni.

Freitag Family Scholarship for History

The Freitag Family Scholarship for History is under development.

Gertrude Sherriff Memorial Award

The Gertrude Sherriff Memorial Award is given to support a deserving returning student. The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship and Award Fund was established in 2005 with a bequest from Mrs. Sherriff’s will.

Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Chemistry

The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Chemistry is awarded to a graduating student entering a post-secondary institution and who have shown proficiency in the subject. The award was established in 2005 with a bequest from Mrs. Sherriff's will.

Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Film & Video

The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Film & Video is awarded to a graduating student entering a post-secondary institution and who have shown proficiency in the subject. The award was established in 2005 with a bequest from Mrs. Sherriff's will.

Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Math

The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Math is awarded to a graduating student entering a post-secondary institution and who have shown proficiency in the subject. The award was established in 2005 with a bequest from Mrs. Sherriff's will.

Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Performing Arts

The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Performing Arts is awarded to a student who makes a significant contribution to the Luther's music and drama productions and who maintains an excellent academic record. The award was established in 2008 through the Gertrude Sherriff endowment fund.

Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Physics

The Gertrude Sherriff Scholarship in Physics is awarded to a graduating student entering a post-secondary institution and who have shown proficiency in the subject. The award was established in 2005 with a bequest from Mrs. Sherriff's will.

Gladys Christie Memorial Scholarship

The Gladys Christie Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a Grade 11 or 12 female student who has excelled in French and intends to study the language at a post-secondary institution. The scholarship honours Gladys Christie, who taught French at Luther for more than thirty years. It was originally established by the Zonta Club of Regina, of which Miss Christie was a member. Today it is sponsored by alumna Hertha Pfeifer (HS'49, HSU'50), a member of the club, who was also Miss Christie’s student and friend.

Gladys Hubick Memorial Scholarship

The Gladys Hubick Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student intending to study education. This scholarship is provided by the families of Janice and Peter Stratychuk and Evan and Pat Hubick in tribute to their mother’s many years of service as a teacher.

Guenzel Knoll Dormitory Scholarship

The Guenzel Knoll Dormitory Scholarship is awarded annually to a male or female dormitory student who is completing Grade 9, 10, or 11, and plans to return to Luther College High School as a dormitory student in the following year. The award will be given to the dormitory student who achieves academically and who best exhibits being a model dormitory resident. The award was established by Berbel (Guenzel) Knoll and her friends, after her retirement as Principal of Luther College High School in 2007.

Harold & Joyce Dietrich Scholarship

The Harold & Joyce Dietrich Scholarship is awarded to a worthy student who makes a positive Christian contribution to school life. Dr. Dietrich attended Luther College in 1948 and 1949, and served on the Board of Regents for over twenty-five years.

Heart for Service Scholarship

The Heart for Service Scholarship is given to a graduating student entering a career of Christian service to others. This award was established by Corinne Vogel (HS'60 & HSU'61) and her husband Roger.

Henrik Opheim Memorial Scholarship

The Henrik Opheim Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student whose character, academic record, and musical ability have enriched the musical life of Luther College High School.

Herman Sattler Memorial Scholarship

The Herman Sattler Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who excels academically, particularly in the sciences; has been involved in a broad range of school activities; exemplifies consideration and kindness for others; and will be pursuing post-secondary education. Herman (HS'89) graduated from Luther College High School in 1989.

International Baccalaureate Award

The International Baccalaureate Award is awarded to an outstanding International Baccalaureate student.

Irma Wagner Academic Improvement Award

The Irma Wagner Academic Improvement Award is awarded to a student entering Grade 10, 11, or 12 who has made the greatest adjustment in his/her attitude towards his/her studies to the best of his/her ability. 

Jeniffer Faro Affeldt Memorial Music Performance Award

The Jeniffer Faro Affeldt Memorial Music Performance Award is awarded to an outstanding female singer in grade 11 or 12 who is a member of the Luther College Choir. This award was established in memory of Jeniffer who graduated from Luther College High School in 1986.

Jeremy Nelson Memorial Bursary

The Jeremy Nelson Memorial Bursary is awarded to a deserving continuing student who demonstrates leadership, embraces differences in opinion and participates in extra-curricular activities of Luther College.

Jeremy Nelson Memorial Graduate Scholarship

The Jeremy Nelson Memorial Graduate Scholarship is awarded to a graduating student who is entering a post-secondary institution and has demonstrated academic achievement. The award was established in 2007 to celebrate and honour Jeremy’s life. The award is open to all graduating students; however, preference is given to students who are planning to pursue a degree in history or political science. A Grade 10 student at Luther College High School, Jeremy had a passion for learning and knowledge and a commitment to the open and free exchange of ideas that are essential components of Luther College’s educational philosophy.

Jim Morton Memorial Scholarship

The Jim Morton Memorial Scholarship is awarded to resident students who demonstrate academic achievement and exemplary character. One scholarship is made to a male and one to a female. Jim Morton attended Luther College High School from 1979 to 1981. This scholarship is donated by his parents.

John Ast Memorial Scholarship

The John Ast Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a Grade 11 student on the basis of attitude with a high academic standing in science. John Ast sent four of his children to Luther College High School (Ernest, Harold (HS'38, HSU'39), Henry and Erna); his son, Henry, taught at Luther from 1936 to 1973.

John Chomay Scholarship

The John Chomay Scholarship is awarded to one female student and one male student who exemplify courage, tenacity, perseverance, teamwork and leadership in athletic endeavours, and demonstrate a positive attitude toward academic performance. John Chomay, founder of LIT, taught at Luther College High School from 1951 to 1957.

John Dietrich Memorial Choral Scholarship

The John Dietrich Memorial Choral Scholarship is awarded to a returning student who is fully active in the choral music program at Luther College. This scholarship was established by John’s mother, Mrs. Joyce Dietrich, in 2006 in memory of her son, John (HS’77).

Lawrence H. Mang German Scholarship

The Lawrence H. Mang German Scholarship is awarded to a Grade 12 student intending to pursue Germanic studies at either the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan. Professor Mang taught at Luther College HIgh School from 1946 to 1978.

Liefeld Scholarships

The Liefeld Scholarships, one for proficiency in science and the other for proficiency in music, is awarded to Grade 12 students. They are donated by the children of Dr. Paul Liefeld who taught at Luther College High School from 1930 to 1972.

Lloyd Barber Family Scholar-Athlete Award

The Lloyd Barber Family Scholar-Athlete Award is awarded to graduating Grade 12 students who excel in sports and academics, and display strong leadership qualities. One award is made to a male, and one to a female. The awards were established by Dr. Lloyd Barber and his family. Dr. Barber (HS'50) graduated from Luther in 1950 and went on to serve as the President of the University of Regina.

Luther College at the University of Regina: High School Partnership Program

These awards are given to students registered at Luther College at the University of Regina in Arts, Fine Arts, Science degrees or pre-professional studies.

Luther College Board of Regents Scholarship

The Luther College Board of Regents Scholarship is awarded to deserving Grade 12 students who plans to attend Luther College at the University of Regina.

Luther College Faculty Award

The Luther College Faculty Award is given to students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 demonstrating a high degree of academic improvement. Funding is from annual donations made by alumni and other friends of the College.

Luther College Scholarship

The Luther College Scholarship is awarded to outstanding scholars in Grades 9 to 12. The scholarship is tenable at both Luther College campuses. Funding is from annual donations made by alumni and other friends of the College.

Lydia & Otto Fuhrmann Memorial Scholarship

The Lydia & Otto Fuhrmann Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduating student with proven leadership ability. Mr Fuhrmann served on the Board of Regents from 1931 to 1953, serving many years as Chair, and supervised the building of the gymnasium. The Fuhrmanns’ daughter, Gertrude Sherriff (HS'35), a graduate of Luther, established this award.

McIlwrick Family Recognition of Resilience & Personal Achievement

The McIlwrick Family Recognition of Resilience & Personal Achievement is given to two students who persevere and successfully adapt to adversity. The award is a celebration of determination and strength of character, and was established in 2003 by Dr. Joann McIlwrick (HS'90, U'94) to thank her parents, who fostered the dreams and goals of their daughters through support, encouragement and sacrifice.

McIlwrick Family Service to Society Award

The McIlwrick Family Service to Society Award is awarded to a student who is actively engaged in a volunteer capacity that provides him / her the opportunity to assist others. The award is meant to recognize students who are making a difference in our society through their activities. It was established in 2004 by Dr. Joann McIlwrick (HS'90, U'94), a graduate of Luther College High School (1990) and Luther College at the University of Regina (1994). Dr. McIlwrick named the award in honour of her family, who taught her the importance of helping others in need. This scholarship requires an application form. The application forms can be found on the Forms page under "Scholarships & Awards" or picked up in the Guidance Office.

Mende History Scholarship

The Mende History Scholarship is awarded to a Grade 10 or 11 student who recognizes history’s joy and demonstrates insight. The scholarship is provided by Gunther Mende (HS’59).

Mende-Mills Music Scholarship

The Mende-Mills Music Scholarship is awarded to a new or returning student who displays outstanding choral music leadership and financial need. The scholarship is provided by Gunter Mende (HS’59) in honour of Elizabeth and Harlow Mills, former music teachers in Pasadena, California.

Michael & Christine Schemmer Memorial Bursary

The Michael & Christine Schemmer Memorial Bursary is awarded to a resident student who has participated in the choral program.

Noreen Peacock in Remembrance Award in Athletics (Female/Male)

The Noreen Peacock in Remembrance Award in Athletics (Female/Male) is awarded annually to the best female athlete who is completing Grade 10 or 11 and is in academic good standing. Preference is given to those not receiving another athletic award at the Baccalaureate and Closing Exercises. The award was established in Noreen’s memory in 2006 by her husband,Keith Peacock (HS’39). Although she was not a graduate of Luther, Noreen was a strong supporter of the College, and both of Keith and Noreen’s grandchildren attended Luther. Noreen is fondly remembered by her husband as a woman with a great zest for life who loved children and animals.

Noreen Peacock in Remembrance Award in Athletics in Grade 12

The Noreen Peacock in Remembrance Award in Athletics in Grade 12 is awarded annually to the best male or female athlete who is in academic good standing, is completing Grade 12, and will not receive another athletic award at the Baccalaureate and Closing Exercises. The award was established in Noreen’s memory in 2008 by her husband, Keith Peacock (HS’39). Although she was not a graduate of Luther, Noreen was a strong supporter of the College, and both of Keith and Noreen’s grandchildren attended Luther. Noreen is fondly remembered by her husband as a woman with a great zest for life who loved children and animals.

Philip Assman Memorial Award

The Philip Assman Memorial Award is awarded to a Grade 12 student who will take his or her first year of studies at Luther College at the University of Regina or another church college and has an interest in Christian ministry. Mr. Assman (HS'28), a 1928 graduate of Luther College High School, provided this scholarship from his estate.

Posehn Choral Leadership Award

The Posehn Choral Leadership Award is awarded annually to a returning student in good academic standing who has the talent and desire to build a successful and rewarding career as a choir performer or director or whose work as a section leader or accompanist has enriched the music programme. Students who show leadership, character, as well as talent and actively participate in Luther College High School’s choral programme will be considered. The award was established by Greg Posehn (HS’78), who, along with his father Walter (HS’51), was enriched by his experiences as a choir member while studying at Luther College High School.

Regan Grant Memorial Music Scholarship

The Regan Grant Memorial Music Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding singer in the Luther College High School Choir who has professional potential and maintains a good academic average. The scholarship is provided by Mary Grant in honour of her son, Regan, who lived in Luther’s Residence at the College’s University campus in the late 1970's.

Reverend Arnold Fricke Memorial Scholarship

The Reverend Arnold Fricke Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student in Grade 10 or 11 who has proven Christian leadership and has expressed interest in a church vocation. Rev. Fricke was a member of the Luther College Board of Regents from 1931 to 1955, and served as Board Chair from 1941 to 1943.

Reverend Arnold Tiefenbach Scholarship in Christian Ethics

The Reverend Arnold Tiefenbach Scholarship in Christian Ethics is awarded to a Grade 11 Saskatchewan student with the highest overall average in Christian Ethics 9, 10, and 20. The award was established in 2006 with a gift from Merlis M. R. Belsher (HS‘53) to recognize Rev. Tiefenbach’s long and faithful service to Luther College.

Reverend Dr. Walter E. Ellis Award

The Reverend Dr. Walter E. Ellis Award is given to a student entering grades 11 or 12 with a special aptitude in the social sciences and liberal arts.

Richard Nostbakken Memorial Art Award

The Richard Nostbakken Memorial Art Award is awarded to a gifted student in any grade who demonstrates unique talent, temperament, ability, and perseverance in the making of art. This award was established by Richard and Ann Nostbakken. Mr. Nostbakken taught art at Luther for forty years.

The Jeremy Nelson Memorial Bursary

The Jeremy Nelson Memorial Bursary is awarded to a continuing deserving student going into Grade 10, 11 or 12 who demonstrates leadership, is seen to embrace differences of opinion and participates in one or more extra-curricular activities at Luther College HIgh School.

Tim Powell Memorial Bursary

The Tim Powell Memorial Bursary is awarded to a Grade 9, 10, or 11 student who shows courage, quiet perseverance, commitment to the Christian faith, and a strong involvement in co-curricular programs. The bursary is donated by the family and friends of Tim Powell, whose children attended Luther College High School.

Timnick Music Award

The Timnick Music Award is awarded for musical excellence. Henry attended Luther College High School from 1947 to 1949 and established this award in honor of his incredible and influential mother who believed that music enriches the soul and brings deeper joy in life.

Violetta & Fred Chalmers Memorial Scholarship

The recipient of the Violetta & Fred Chalmers Memorial Scholarship must be a graduating student who has demonstrated a positive work ethic, is a good citizen of Luther College and the community, and has shown signs of improvement throughout high school.  Preference will be given to those who have worked to increase their average from below 80 percent to above 80 percent. The recipient must be a Saskatchewan resident attending any university, or a non-resident enrolled at Luther College at the University of Regina, the University of Regina, or the University of Saskatchewan.

Winnifred and Donald Voigts Memorial Bursary

The Winnifred and Donald Voigts Memorial Bursary is awarded to a graduating student who has made a positive Christian contribution to the life of the college. Reverend Voigts was the Pastor at Christ Lutheran Church in Regina (1947-1956) and served as Chaplain at Luther College High School with the active participation and support of his wife, Winnifred.

Wittrock-Farley Scholarship

The Wittrock-Farley Scholarship is awarded to a graduating student who is entering post-secondary education in the health sciences field (with preference given to those studying human health sciences). The award was established by Luther College High School alumna Lil (Wittrock) Farley (HS’52).