To apply for an Entrance Scholarship or Bursary, you must have a completed and accepted admissions application to Luther College High School. Students who have not been formally accepted should wait for their acceptance letter before applying for a scholarship or bursary.
Please have all your required documentation ready before you submit your Entrance Scholarship application. Depending on the scholarship, this may include: a letter from a pastor, a character reference, proof of musical or athletic ability or proof of a rural address.
If you are applying for a bursary, you must complete your Apple Financial (third-party) application first. Your bursary application will not be considered until Luther College receives your Apple Financial report.
Your Entrance Scholarship application is confidential and only used to make decisions regarding the awarding of entrance scholarships and bursaries.
Please choose the scholarships that you would like to apply for. You may choose more than one if you believe you meet the criteria for more than one scholarship. Successful applicants will only receive one scholarship or bursary (for example, you cannot receive both the Erna Huget Memorial Scholarship and the Dilawri Award).
Scholarships are awarded for one year only.
Awarded to a new Grade 9 student, with preference given to rural students with a financial need. Please submit proof of your rural address in the Supporting Documents section.
Awarded to a new Grade 9 student who has a keen interest in learning, shows a caring attitude towards others, and has above average scholastic achievement. Please submit a character reference in the Supporting Documents section.
Awarded to a deserving new Grade 9 student.
Awarded to a new student who demonstrates qualities of compassion, sensitivity, desire for learning, reverence for life, and faith in God. Please submit a reference letter from your pastor in the Supporting Documents section.
Awarded to a recipient with a keen sense of academic pursuit, demonstrate a need or hardship, financially or otherwise, such as physically, mentally, emotionally, cognitively or spiritually. Preference will be given to a student who exemplifies the characteristics of integrity, justice, humor, kindness and compassion. Please submit a character reference letter in the Supporting Documents section.
The President’s Entrance Scholarship is awarded to an international student entering Luther College High School for the first time. The recipient should be academically-minded and well-rounded. Preference is given to applicants with a background of outstanding academic achievement and who demonstrate distinction in arts, sports, leadership activities or other academic and personal pursuits. The scholarship was established by The Rev. Marc Jerry to assist in recruitment efforts and help attract mission-appropriate students to the high school.
Awarded to recipients who demonstrate academic achievement, sportsmanship, and athletic ability, preferably in basketball or girls’ volleyball. Please submit a reference letter from a coach or other proof of athletic ability in the Supporting Documents section.
Reminder: You must complete an application to Apple Financial (an independent third party) to be considered for one of the following bursaries.
Bursaries are awarded to each applicant for four years provided he/she remains in good academic standing.
You may check more than one.
The Oberg Family Bursary is awarded to new students who have demonstrated financial need and exhibit strong academic proficiency in elementary school, leadership in student body government, and well-rounded involvement in athletics, music, or arts. Please submit a reference letter from a teacher speaking to the student’s leadership abilities and co-curricular involvement.
The Luther College Community Bursary is awarded to deserving students with financial need who demonstrate academic achievement and a keen interest in learning, a positive attitude, proven leadership abilities and a strong desire to succeed. This bursary replaces most other forms of financial aid that Luther College High School offered in prior years. This bursary may cover up to the full tuition to Luther College High School (in consideration of the result of the Apple Financial assessment) and may continue through Grade 12 providing students maintain good academic standing, and continue to meet eligibility requirements, including the requirement to complete an Apple Financial Services assessment annually. The Luther College Community Bursary covers only tuition. It does not include fees related to IB, Film, Phys Ed, EAL, lunch or bus plans.
The Dilawri Award for Students of Promise was established by the Dilawri family and Luther alumnus Ajay Dilawri (HS'86) for students of academic promise who, due to financial constraints, would not otherwise be able to afford to attend Luther College High School. This bursary covers annual tuition fees, dorm fees and may provide for other additional costs provided the student maintains good academic standing.
The Kramer Family Bursary was established by the Kramer family for Indigenous students who show academic promise but due to financial constraints and socio-economic factors would not otherwise attend Luther College High School. This bursary covers annual tuition fees, dorm fees and may provide for other additional costs provided the student maintains good academic standing. It is awarded to Indigenous students who demonstrate academic promise, a positive attitude, a willingness to work hard, and a student desire to succeed as well as financial need.
The Ritenburg Family Bursary is awarded to students who have demonstrated financial need and show a particular interest in the performing arts (music, dance or drama). It is a renewable bursary of $1,000 per year for up to four years (Grades 9 to 12). This bursary was established by Jim and Jacquie Ritenburg to recognize the positive influence the school had on their family. Jim graduated from Luther in 1977, and daughter Laura graduated in 2004.
The Joan Sexton-Kusisto First Nations & Metis Bursary was established in 2006 by Joan's family to honour her memory. Joan graduated from Luther College High School in 1977. She was a caring, compassionate person who, as a teacher, wanted to make a difference in the lives of the First Nations students she taught. This bursary covers annual tuition fees, dorm fees and may provide for other additional costs provided the student maintains good academic standing. It is awarded to First Nations and/or Metis students who demonstrate academic achievement, a keen interest in learning and financial need. Preference is given to students from core Regina schools, including Albert and Kitchener.
Please read carefully as not every scholarship or bursary requires supporting documents.
Erna Huget Memorial Scholarship – provide a reference letter from your music teacher and/or other documentation proving musical ability
Ritenburg Family Bursary – provide a reference letter from a teacher proving artistic ability/achievement
Vanderhooft Family Entrance Scholarship or Vanderhooft Family Bursary – provide a reference letter from a coach and/or other documentation proving athletic ability/achievement/sportsmanship
Allan Christiansen Memorial Scholarship, William Frederick Krell Scholarship and Saskatchewan Dorm Student Scholarship – provide a reference letter from someone who can speak to your character (cannot be a family member)
Fredrick & Magdalena Krell Scholarship – provide a reference letter from your pastor
Dr. Leonard O. Bradley Scholarship or the Luther College Saskatchewan Dorm Student Scholarship - provide proof of rural address.
The Oberg Family Bursary - provide a reference letter from a teacher speaking to the student’s leadership abilities and co-curricular involvement.
To be completed by the applicant. All three questions must be answered. Your answers are confidential and only used to make decisions regarding the awarding of entrance scholarships and bursaries.
If there is any portion of this information that you would not wish to be disclosed to the donor(s), please contact the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships and bursaries are directly applied towards tuition/fees. Scholarships and bursaries do not hold any cash value and are not issued in the form of cash or cheque.