CPAC Foundation presents annual awards to Ontario high school students who have completed grade 10, 11 or 12, and who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and active community involvement. Applicants are evaluated based on academic records, volunteer/community work, leadership and impact. There will be a maximum of four $1,000 awards for students who have completed grade 10, 11 or 12 studies, with a maximum of two awards for each grade. To be considered, students must submit a completed online Award Application by January 15, 2019.
Please read carefully before proceeding with your application.
You are eligible to apply for a CPAC Award if:
You are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada;
You are a student who have completed grade 10, 11, or 12 from a recognized Ontario high school;
You have demonstrated academic excellence by achieving a minimum average of 80% in your most recent academic year;
You have engaged in volunteer activities and have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the community;
You have been enrolled full-time for the previous school year and you are currently enrolled as a full-time student for the 2018-19 school year (minimum 3/4 courses per semester);
You are NOT a previous CPAC Award recipients.
Applicants are required to submit all supporting documentation along with their applications. Failure to include all documents required in your application may result in the refusal of your application. Please ensure you have all supporting documents ready to upload before proceeding to the next step.
Required Supporting Documents
1. Official transcripts
You are required to submit a scanned copy of your official report card from your two most recent semesters. We will also accept copies of your transcript from the Ontario University Application Centre or the Application Service for Ontario's Public Colleges.
2. Letters of reference
Please provide three signed letters of reference: one academic (i.e. teacher) and one professional from a person familiar with your volunteer /community involvement (e.g. volunteer supervisor). The third reference can be either academic or professional.
3. Proof of legal status in Canada
To prove your legal status in Canada, you must submit a scanned copy of one of the following:
Permanent Resident Card or Record of Landing
Canadian Citizenship Card, Canadian Citizenship Certificate or the personal information page of your Canadian Passport
4. Proof of enrollment
You are required to submit a letter from your student affairs or admissions office that confirms your registration status in the current term including a list of your enrolled courses.
Optional Supporting Documents
Copy of previous awards and achievements
For further information, please visit: www.cpacfoundation.ca