Every year, ADLC recognizes student accomplishments through the following awards.

These certificates are awarded to students participating in the SuccessMaker program in recognition of consistent effort resulting in significant improvements in academic achievement, organizational skills, or quality of work.

Senior High students who earn the highest mark in a given course are awarded with Top Marks certificates.

German language students who have completed their studies receive an internationally recognized certification awarded by the German government, called the Sprachdiplom.


A full list of available Alberta Scholarships and Bursary Programs can be accessed at Alberta Education – Scholarships and Bursaries.

Mildred Rowe Weston Memorial Scholarship

The Mildred Rowe Weston Memorial Scholarship assists students who have taken at least three courses through ADLC and intend to pursue post-secondary studies. Up to three scholarships of $1,000 each are awarded each year by the estate of the late Mildred Rowe Weston.

Students will automatically be considered for these awards when they apply for the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship. There is no separate application form for these awards.

ADLC Principal Awards

In recognition of outstanding work ethic, achievement and dedication to distance education, ADLC honours its partners. Partner awards are awarded to nominees from both Northern and Southern Alberta.

Does the Distance Education Facilitator in your school make it possible for you to succeed?

Contact our Communications department to learn how to nominate them for this award.