St Michael’s Grammar School’s Scholarship program plays a critical role in ensuring diversity in our School community. Through our Scholarships, we seek to enhance the ethos and culture of St Michael’s and to provide opportunities for those students who otherwise may not be able to start, or continue, their St Michael’s education.
Students who receive a St Michael’s Scholarship have exemplary character and share the values of our School community, leading as positive role models for their peers. St Michael’s Scholarships reward student achievement in STEM, sports, music, leadership or a commitment to community service.
We encourage enquiries and applications from across the community.
We look forward to reopening Scholarship applications for 2023 entry in October 2021.
The Academic Scholarship provides educational opportunity to students entering Years 5 to 10 with high academic potential and an exceptional academic record.
Available to students who are enthusiastic and reliable contributors to all facets of life, the All Rounder Scholarship aims to provide educational opportunity to students who would be considered by their peers to be a visible role model of holistic education.
Open to one new male student and one new female student looking to enter the School in Year 7, the Head of the School Scholarship provides educational opportunity to students with proven academic performance and high potential, but who do not have the financial means to experience a St Michael’s education.
Students who can demonstrate excellence in two or more areas of endeavour are invited to apply for the High Achiever Scholarship. Areas of endeavour might include a specific academic subject, sport, the arts, design, leadership or community service.
The Judith Whitworth Scholarship supports and promotes girls in Mathematics and Science at St Michael’s and beyond. The Whitworth Scholarship encourages young women to not only excel in Maths and Science but also look to a thriving career in the STEM fields.
Providing educational opportunity to talented young musicians entering Years 7 to 9, the Anne and Joan Jones Memorial Music Scholarship is open to students with a commitment and passion for music and learning an instrument.
Key dates for the Scholarship program
St Michael’s partners with Australian Academic Services to collate applications and conduct academic testing. Information about the style of test and suggested preparation can be found on their website.
All applicants will be considered for the Academic Scholarship.
Step 1 – Complete your Scholarship application.
Step 2 – You may nominate two additional Scholarships for your application.
Step 3 – All applicants will sit an Academic test in February. Information about the style of test and suggested preparation can be found on Australian Academic Services website.
Step 4 – Short listed applicants will be invited to interview with a member of the St Michael’s Executive to discuss their academic performance and achievements in their area of interest.
Step 5 – The Head of School, at her discretion, will offer Scholarships for 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of tuition fees in writing.
Step 6 – All applicants will receive the results of their academic test at the conclusion of the Scholarship process.
St Michael’s takes a holistic approach to the Scholarship process. When determining which applicants will be offered a Scholarship the following is considered:
Only information requested during the application process will be accepted. St Michael’s will not accept any additional information. Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Head of the School, and terms and conditions for successful candidates will apply. Please see our Scholarship Policy.