Student selection is based on external academic examination (Edutest) results and, if shortlisted, subsequent interview.
Please read the following important information prior to applying for an Academic Scholarship:
- The Examinations for Academic Scholarships for the 2024 school year will be held at the College on Saturday, 18 February 2023.
- The closing date for registration is Friday, 10 February 2023 at 4:00pm (Australia Eastern Standard Time).
- The cost of the scholarship exam is $88 including GST. Payment must be made at the end of the registration process online. If the payment is not made, your registration WILL NOT BE VALID.
- Testing is open to current and external students who will be in Years 7 to 12 in 2024.
- Alternate testing dates are not available. Please ensure you are available on the prescribed date. Please note the time of the exam will not be communicated until the week prior to the exam.
- Late applications will not be accepted.
- There are limited places available for the examination. Registration will close prior to the published date if places are filled.
- The examination is both online and paper-based. There will be 4 online tests 30 minutes each and a 15 minute written test. Students will be given rest breaks.
- More information will be sent to registered students in the week prior to the examination date.
- Testing conditions will be dependent on Government COVID-19 restrictions and are subject to change.
- Practice exams can be purchased from Edutest when registering online.
- Short-listed applicants who are invited for interview, will be notified of the date and time via email. Non attendance at the interview will result in the application being voided.
Edutest can be contacted on the below phone number should you have any questions. Phone: +61 3 9014 1411
Scholarship conditions will be outlined in the letter of offer for successful students.
These conditions may include the following:
- Maintain a high academic level (GPA)
- Remain in good standing with the College in relation to:
- Compliance with other College expectations
- Participate fully in the co-curricular activities of the College in so far as their abilities allow.
- Show support to the leadership role that is implicit for all scholarship holders. This includes being a positive role model for younger students, displaying leadership by encouraging and supporting other students and fostering team and College spirit.
The College will reserve the right to terminate the scholarship in the event of gross or continued breaches of expectations, unwarranted decline in academic achievement or application, or persistent failure to support the College in its co-curricular program.