St Paul’s is pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships in 2019, encouraging excellence and nurturing potential across the curriculum. Scholarships are available to students entering Years 5, 7, 9 and 11 levels and are aimed at nurturing a spectrum of talents while upholding the diversity and core values inherent to the School’s distinctive culture.
Current and prospective students may apply for Academic, Performing Arts and All-Rounder Scholarships. In addition, the Don Harwin Scholarship is offered for new students entering Year 9 who demonstrate outstanding service and citizenship. The Christian Congregational Scholarship is available to new students entering Year 5, 7, 9 or 11, in alignment with School’s foundational values of Christian practice and purpose.
Academic Scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of their ACER exam results and at the Principal’s discretion. All applicants must sit for the ACER scholarship test in February at an ACER venue. St Paul’s Grammar School is an ACER examination centre.
All-Rounder Scholarships are available to students who demonstrate the ability to significantly contribute to the School in a range of areas, indicating ability in a minimum of three of the following areas: Academic, Performing Arts (music, singing, dance or drama), Debating and/or Public Speaking, and Leadership
Christian Congregational Scholarships are offered in conjunction with the School’s foundational values of Christian practice and purpose. Applicants are required to be in regular attendance at a Christian Church, and to have a developing understanding of the Christian faith. Christian Congregational Scholarships are offered to students who are new to the school. In addition, it is a requirement that one parent be actively involved in a Christian Church, including participation in worship and additional Church activities.
Performing Arts Scholarships are available to students of exceptional achievement or ability in the Performing Arts. Applicants are required to demonstrate skill in music, voice, dance or drama as well as a commitment to performance, in tandem with a commitment to pursuing excellence in other academic studies. Short-listed candidates will be required to attend an audition and interview, to be scheduled during Term 1 in the year of application.
The Don Harwin Scholarship is offered to new students who are able to demonstrate outstanding service and citizenship. The Don Harwin Scholarship acknowledges the service of our esteemed former Chair of School Council and his dedication to the school and wider community.
2019 Scholarship Applications Close: 28 February 2018