2019 Academic, Performing Arts and Sport Scholarships
The St Paul’s scholarship program supports students who are able to make an exceptional contribution to our school community through their academic performance, sport or performing arts contributions. Scholarship holders have a genuine commitment to learning and demonstrate personal characteristics in keeping with the ethos and values of the School.
Our scholarship program offers Academic, Performing Arts, Sport and Senior Scholarships to new students coming to St Paul’s and Academic, Performing Arts and Sport Scholarships to current families in some year levels.
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS – Close Monday 16 April 2018
SPORT SCHOLARSHIPS – Close Monday 16 April 2018
PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS – Close Monday 23 April 2018
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS – Open 16 July 2018 / Close Friday 17 August 2018
Scholarships offer up to 50 per cent remission in fees and are awarded as per the terms and conditions of each scholarship, at the discretion of the Principal.
Click here to download the 2019 Scholarship Information Booklet: 2019 Scholarship Information Booklet
Scholarship Application Forms
To apply for an Academic Scholarship, please click on the following Edutest link: Edutest: Application for 2019 Academic Scholarships
PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS
- 2019 Performing Arts Scholarship Form (Adobe pdf file)
- 2019 Performing Arts Form (Microsft Word file)
Frequently Asked Questions
At what year level are scholarships available?
Students who are new to St Paul’s may apply for a scholarship prior to entry, or at the next available opportunity if they enrol during the school year. Current students may apply for Academic and Performing Arts Scholarships for entry into Years 5, 7 and 10. Sports candidates may apply for entry into Years 7 and 10. Senior candidates may apply for Years 10-12.
The school reserves the right to offer other types of scholarships in particular circumstances. Examples include, but are not limited to, Foundation Scholarships (to encourage enrolments should the school add a new year level or additional class at an existing year level) and Indigenous Scholarships (for those children of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent).
Where are scholarship opportunities advertised?
The availability of the various scholarships and the closing dates for applications will be advertised on the school’s website, in the Grammarian, the local newspapers and on the school’s Facebook site.
How do I apply for a St Paul’s Scholarship?
The application form for each type of scholarship will be available from the school’s website during the period which applications are being received. The forms must be completed and submitted on or before the due date. Should there be any questions about the application process, they should be directed to the Scholarship Officer.
Academic, Merit, Sport and Senior Scholarships will attract a reduction of up to 50 per cent off tuition fees. Co-curricular Performing Arts Scholarship holders will be offered 32 free instrumental lessons, each of 30 minutes duration per year. Full Performing Arts Scholarships will be offered 32 free instrumental lessons, each of 30 minutes duration per year and a reduction in school tuition fees.
Applying for a Scholarship:
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our Scholarship Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the enquiry form below:
Our Education Support Program has provided St Paul’s with a unique opportunity to invite applications from hard working students who would love to attend St Paul’s but who may require financial assistance in order to do so.
Such students will have a genuine desire to reach their best potential, be committed to their studies, be a positive influence on those around them and have a desire to maximise their potential in an environment where learning is valued and respected. This program is available to new families to St Paul’s. For further information please contact our Scholarship Officer at email@example.com