The Duncraig Educational Trust Scheme provide financial assistance to young Highland people who can meet the essential criteria for the scheme. These are:-
- Young people with an exceptional or unique talent
- And, who attend or attended secondary school in the Highland Council area
- And, whose parents or grandparents attended a Highland secondary school for a minimum of two years
There are two categories of award with different age groups being eligible to apply for each category:
- Sports grants are available for 14 to 25 year old who have been selected to participate at national or international level and or who require specialist sports coaching, training or equipment to compete at national or international level
- Grants for 16 to 25 year olds undertaking specialist courses of study in arts, language and heritage, science and environment and or to purchase specialist equipment for such courses
For more information please go to the Educational Trust Scheme Site for full details, information on how to apply and the application form.
Please note there is one application round each year. The 2015 deadline date is 5pm on Friday 5 June.
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