CT Graham Centennial Scholarship

History

Charles Thomas “CT” Graham, his wife, and family, immigrated to Canada from New Zealand in 1925 and they came to Assiniboia two years later when he was appointed principal of the High School on 4th Avenue.  He held the position as principal from 1927 to 1950 when he retired to Toronto and subsequently passed away in 1967.  Mr. Graham was heavily involved in community and school activities, including drama, air cadets, the Masonic Lodge, and the United Church to name a few.  Mr. Graham was very proud of his high school students and was noted for being a hard task master in school.  On his death, his former students set up a scholarship fund in his name as a gesture of their respect and admiration for him.  The CT Graham Centennial Scholarship recognizes an individual who is well-rounded student both in terms of academics and extra-curricular and community involvement.

Criteria

  • See Principal for complete criteria/supporting documentation details

Special Considerations

There are no special considerations for this scholarship

Required Documentation

No supporting documentation is required to apply for this scholarship

Application Deadline

See Principal for deadline.