Scholarships are offered to boys who demonstrate an outstanding potential to benefit from, contribute to, and influence others through the school’s Academic, Musical or broader CoCurricular Programs. The focus of these different Scholarships is detailed below.
Scholarships attract a reduction in tuition (but not other) fees as determined by the Headmaster. Scholarships continue whilst the student remains at Trinity, subject both to the school’s standard Conditions of Entry and also to periodical Performance Reviews through which the holder demonstrates exemplary standards of effort, progress, involvement, contribution, and influence on his peers.
Scholarship holders are not only expected to maintain high academic standards but are also expected to make a contribution to the wider life of the school (which extends beyond their core involvement in House Activities, Excursions, Outdoor Education and Sport).
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GENERAL (ACADEMIC) EXCELLENCE
Several Scholarships for General (Academic) Excellence are offered on the basis of examination and interview to boys entering Years 5, 7 and 9 who demonstrate outstanding academic ability.
The examination is generally held on the first Saturday of March each year and is open not only to current students but also to students from outside the school.
As part of the award process, boys who top the academic examination are invited, together with their families, for an interview with the Headmaster.
A Scholarship for General (Academic) Excellence is subject to a periodic performance review which addresses the criteria applicable to all scholarships at Trinity whilst placing particular emphasis on the standards in the School’s Academic Progress Policy.
APPLICATION FOR 2013 OPEN
Examination date: Saturday, 25 February, 2012
Time: 2.00 pm
Closing date: 19 February, 2012
Notification of results: Within three weeks of examination date
Entry fee: $90.00
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GENERAL (MUSICAL) EXCELLENCE
Scholarships for General (Musical) Excellence are offered – on the basis of audition and interview – to boys entering Years 6 to 11 who demonstrate outstanding musical ability.
Minimum levels of achievement for potential applicants are:
Piano: Grade 6 AMEB (or equivalent)
Orchestral and Band instruments: Grade 4 AMEB (or equivalent)
Voice: Students should have evidence of choral experience (2 years)
Auditions are conducted at the School in late February, each year. Students are required to play two contrasting pieces and to arrange their own accompanist. Technical work and sight reading may also be required. Applicants for music scholarships are not required to sit the examination for an Academic Scholarship. Please submit with your application, copies of your son’s two most recent school reports.
As part of the award process, boys who demonstrate outstanding musical ability are invited – together with their families – for an interview with the Headmaster.
A Scholarship for General (Musical) Excellence is subject to a periodic performance review which addresses the criteria applicable to all scholarships at Trinity whilst laying particular emphasis on the standards in the School’s Music Policy.
APPLICATION FOR 2013 ENTRY:
Audition date: Saturday, 3 March, 2012
Audition Time: To be advised by mail after closing date
Closing date: 17 February, 2012
Notification of results: Within six weeks of audition
Entry fee: $50
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GENERAL (COCURRICULAR) EXCELLENCE
Scholarships for General (Co Curricular) Excellence are offered on the basis of a student profile and interview to boys entering Years 7 to 11 from outside the School.
Applications are available in July. The student’s profile must demonstrate a balance between his talent in a range of CoCurricular areas, his qualities of leadership, his willingness to become involved in all facets of school life and his academic potential.
As part of the award process, boys who demonstrate outstanding abilities are invited. together with their families, for an interview with the Selection Panel during late August or early September each year.
A Scholarship for General (CoCurricular) Excellence is subject to a periodic performance review which addresses the criteria applicable to all scholarships at Trinity whilst laying particular emphasis on the standards in the school’s Co Curricular Policy.
APPLICATION FOR 2012 ENTRY: CLOSED
Interview dates: To be allocated
Time: Interview times to be allocated
Closing date: 26 August, 2011
Notification of results: Within three weeks of interviews
Entry fee: $50.00
The Indigenous Scholarship Program is part of our commitment to indigenous Australia. The School provides up to four places a year for indigenous Australian boys.
The program is designed to encourage the boys to continue their studies at a university in Victoria. The Scholarship covers full remission of tuition fees, uniforms and books.
Contact Mr Tom Delahunty for further details.
Tel: +61 3 9854 3600
Fax: +61 3 9853 9457
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ST PAUL’S CHOIR
Trinity is the official Choir School for St Paul’s Cathedral. The Choir boys at St Paul’s are awarded generous Scholarships to Trinity (two-thirds of tuition fees, plus eligibility for a further scholarship after their voice has changed).
A high level of commitment is expected, but timetables are arranged so that the choir does not interfere with school work or sport. The musical training is a gateway to excellence and provides a firm foundation for academic success.
Previous musical training is not essential.
Entrance for the Choir is by audition at the Cathedral.
A Scholarship for St Paul’s Choir is subject to a periodic performance review which addresses the criteria applicable to all scholarships at Trinity whilst laying particular emphasis on the standards of St Paul’s Cathedral Choir.
Enquiries can be made through Mrs Mandy Coxon, Registrar, Trinity Grammar School, Kew. Tel 9854 3600 or Dr June Nixon, St Paul’s Cathedral 9653 4333.
Contact the Registrar, Mrs Mandy Coxon, for further details.
Tel: +61 3 9854 3600
Fax: +61 3 9853 9457