The primary object of the Scholarship Program is to attract to and retain, at Sunshine Coast Grammar School, students of outstanding academic ability and students who excel in particular fields such as music and sport.
Sunshine Coast Grammar School offers the following scholarships:
- General Excellence
- Sporting Excellence
- Principal’s Scholarship
Scholarships awarded come into effect from the start of the following school year and are tenable for three years, subject to them meeting prescribed benchmarks. The Principal’s Scholarship is 100 per cent remission of school fees, while all other scholarships provide between 25 and 75 per cent remission of School fees and are subject to the Principal’s approval.
- Submit a resume which includes:
- The scholarship application form – Academic or Music
- e-copies of the candidate’s two most recent school reports
- e-copies of supporting documentation (no more than five A4 pages) which may include references, testimonials, certificates of achievement etc. (for internal applicants Grammar staff may be used as referees but are not required to supply a written reference).
- Resumes are to be submitted online to firstname.lastname@example.org (low res black and white copies are desirable)
Teacher Education Scholarships OPEN NOW
The PMSA is offering a number of Teacher Education Scholarships to current and past students of PMSA schools. 2019 PMSA Teacher Education Scholarships are now open, please see the following link to the PMSA website https://pmsa-schools.edu.au/scholarships. For the 2019 prospectus and application form follow this link from our website https://pmsa-schools.edu.au/scholarshipprospectus.
For further information regarding the Scholarship Program at Sunshine Coast Grammar School, please contact Mr David Andersson, Dean of Secondary Schooling.
Scholarships for 2019 open on 3 September 2018 and submission of applications close on 19 October 2018.
Sporting Scholarships – Applications NOW CLOSED
Sporting Excellence Scholarships will be offered to secondary students entering Years 7-11 in 2019 who demonstrate proven sporting achievement.
Applicants should be proven performers in at least three School sports.
Applicants must complete the Sporting Excellence Scholarship Application provided below and submit along with copies of their two most recent report cards. Applicants are allowed to submit up to five additional pages which may include copies of references, certificates of achievement etc.
The Application package must be submitted online to email@example.com (low res black and white copies are desirable) by 20 August 2018.
Academic Scholarships – Applications NOW CLOSED
Academic Scholarships are offered for students entering Years 7 to 11 who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of:
- examination success and
- demonstrated academic achievement
Music Scholarships – Applications NOW CLOSED
Music Scholarships are offered for students entering Years 7 to 11, who demonstrate outstanding Music achievement or potential.
Music scholarships are awarded primarily on the quality of audition, however, examination success and demonstrated academic achievement will also be taken into consideration.
Students are asked to prepare two contrasting works (or contrasting sections within the same work) for the panel. During the interview process, students can expect to undergo general aural/musicianship, technical and possibly sight-reading testing.
General Excellence Scholarships – Applications NOW CLOSED
General Excellence Scholarships are offered to students entering Years 7-11 who demonstrate high levels of academic achievement, evidence of leadership or community service and significant co-curricular participation.
Candidates do not apply directly for the General Excellence scholarship. The School reserves the right to award these scholarships to candidates from the Academic and Music pools.
Principal’s Scholarship – Applications NOW CLOSED
Principal’s Scholarships are offered for students entering Years 7 to 11, who are outstanding Academic candidates but, through financial circumstances, are unable to take up or maintain a place at Sunshine Coast Grammar School.
Candidates for Principal’s Scholarship apply as Academic candidates. The Principal’s Scholarship is means tested. Short-listed candidates will be asked to furnish evidence of their financial circumstances in order to be eligible.