City of London Queen Elizabeth Scholarships
Sponsored by the Corporation of the City of London, the Queen Elizabeth Scholarships were established in 1981 to recognize academic excellence among graduating London high school students pursuing post-secondary education.
- two Queen Elizabeth Scholarships, in the amount of $2,000 each, shall be granted by the City of London in each school year, for admission to any University or College, to the two students with the highest scholastic achievement;
- applications for the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship shall be completed and returned to the Thames Valley District School Board or the London District Catholic School Board prior to July 15 in any year;
- the Director of Education of the Thames Valley District School Board (or their delegate) and the Director of Education of the London District Catholic School Board (or their delegate) shall meet prior to the last Monday in July of each year, for the purpose of determining the names of the applicant students who meet the terms of the Scholarship, and the names of three alternate applicant students, in order of merit; such names to be submitted to the appropriate Standing Committee of City Council for consideration on or after the last Monday of July;
- the appropriate Standing Committee shall recommend the names of the annual recipients of the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship to City Council for consideration at its first meeting after the successful applicants have been determined by the said committee;
- the City Clerk shall arrange for the payment of the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship in a manner which is mutually acceptable to the City and the recipient; and
- the recipients will receive a certificate stating they have been awarded a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship in the current year.
- Achievement will be based on the average of the student's best six subjects in their graduating year, carried to two decimal points.
- The students must meet the following residency requirements:
- have lived in the City of London for at least three years and have attended a secondary school within the City of London for their three final years of secondary school education;
- have lived in the City of London for at least three years and have attended a secondary school outside the limits of the City of London for their final three years of secondary school education, provided the Thames Valley District School Board or the London District Catholic School Board has paid for their attendance at such school; or
- have resided outside the limits of the City of London and have attended a secondary school within the City of London for their three final years of secondary school education, provided their parents or guardians either own or rent property within the City of London.