Applications for 2019 The Judith Whitworth Scholarships will open on Monday 3 April, 2017.

The Judith Whitworth Scholarships for Girls in Science & Maths

The Whitworth Scholarships are an opportunity to support and promote girls in mathematics and science at St Michael’s Grammar School and beyond. With Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) at the forefront of current industry advancement, The Whitworth Scholarships will encourage young women to not only excel in Maths and Science, but also look to a thriving career in the STEM field.

This scholarships program is available to girls with a passion and academic commitment to Maths and/or Science. (See details of ‘The Applicant’ and Selection criteria and application form questions.) The St Michael’s Whitworth Scholarship program is conducted approximately 18 months in advance and is run separately to the Excellence Scholarship program. The Whitworth Scholarships recipients will benefit from our state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility, The Gipson Commons, which features industry-standard science labs.

The Whitworth Scholarships are granted to cover tuition fees only, and are awarded at 50% of these fees. Please note that in addition to fees, other levies and charges will apply. Read more about the School’s annual fees and charges.

The Whitworth Scholarships are open to both new and current students, and applications are accepted for entry into any year level between Year 7 and Year 10 inclusive.

If you have further questions about The Whitworth Scholarships, please contact Melissa Stewart from the Admissions Team on +61 3 8530 3310 or admissions@stmichaels.vic.edu.au



Professor Judith Whitworth AC, Old Michaelian of 1961, achieved Dux of the School, edited The Michaelian, and was a scholarship recipient. She is Emeritus Professor of the Australian National University (ANU), and a former Director of the John Curtin School of Medical Research and Howard Florey Professor of Medical Research at ANU. Judith is also a former Chair of the World Health Organization Advisory Committee on Health Research – the first woman to hold the post. Judith was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2001 for her service to the advancement of academic medicine, and as a major contributor to research policy and medical research administration in Australia and internationally. She was also the Australian Capital Territory Australian of the Year for 2004.

St Michael's Grammar School, Judith Whitworth (OM 1961)

To learn more about Professor Whitworth and some of our other high-achieving Old Michaelians, we invite you to view our 120th Anniversary History video (2015).



The Whitworth Scholarships are awarded to girls who:

  • demonstrate high academic potential and proven academic performance in the science and maths areas
  • meaningfully engage in maths and/or science-related programs and activities on offer at St Michael’s as well as available programs outside of the School
  • demonstrate leadership in maths and/or science at St Michael’s and act as a role model, particularly for other female students in this field
  • demonstrate a genuine passion and enthusiasm for maths and/or science both in and out of the School, and have a future interest in pursuing maths/science after graduation
  • possess well-rounded talents, skills, interests and passions in areas outside of maths/science
  • shares the School’s values of dignity, respect, care and compassion
  • will embrace the School’s culture of contributing citizenship and reciprocity
  • will gain from and engage with the diverse range of programs offered by the School
  • will contribute positively to the School and the broader community.


IMPORTANT: The process and dates should be taken as a guide only. Some changes may occur if necessary.

STAGE 1

  • Monday 3 April – Applications open. All applicants are required to register via EduTest and complete the online application form.
  • Friday 5 May– Applications close.

STAGE 2

  • Saturday 13 May – The EduTest academic test will begin at 9am at St Michael’s Grammar School, 25 Chapel Street, St Kilda.

STAGE 3

  • Monday 15 – Wednesday 24 May – The School will review the results of the academic test, all application forms, and each student’s two most recent school reports and NAPLAN report. Students who meet the criteria will be invited to attend a conversation at the School. (Please note this is the school holiday period at the end of Term 3.)
  • Friday 26 May – Students selected to attend a conversation will be notified by this date.

STAGE 4

  • Monday 29  May – Friday 9 June – Conversations take place during this time. Specific dates and times will be confirmed closer to the time with shortlisted applicants.
  • Please note: Second-round conversations may be offered after these dates. If this occurs, successful applicants will be invited individually.

STAGE 5

  • Monday 12 – Friday 16 June – Students who are recommended to move forward from the conversation will be invited to attend a final interview with the Head of the School.
  • Monday 31 July – It is expected that the scholarship process will be complete by this date, and all applicants will be advised of their results.

  1. Carefully read all information, including:
    • Key dates in the process
    • Application form conditions and questions
    • Conversation information
    • Terms and conditions
    • The Whitworth Scholarship FAQs
  2. Once the application has been submitted, please wait for instructions from St Michael’s Grammar School on how to upload your child’s photograph, copy of birth certificate/passport, two most recent school reports, and current NAPLAN results (where applicable).


The Judith Whitworth Scholarships for Girls in Science and Maths are offered to those who demonstrate proven academic ability and leadership in the science and maths field, demonstrate potential to achieve excellence in the STEM field beyond St Michael’s, are contributing citizens, and are able to benefit from, and contribute to, the School’s extensive academic and co-curricular programs.


Based on the information provided as part of the application form, the applicant’s two most recent school reports, current NAPLAN results and the results of the academic test, some students will be selected to attend a conversation at St Michael’s.

The School will not be able to invite every student to attend a conversation. Those selected to attend will be notified individually.

Conversations provide an opportunity for applicants to discuss their academic performance and potential, as well as the other achievements they discussed on their application form.

Conversations are facilitated by senior members of the leadership and teaching staff at St Michael’s.

The length of a conversation is 20–30 minutes.

Parents/Guardians will initially be asked to wait in our Chapel Reception while the first component of the conversation is taking place between the applicant and St Michael’s staff member. Parents/Guardians will then be asked to join the conversation at a time deemed suitable by the St Michael’s staff member.


  • All applicants will be required to sit an academic test.
  • All scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Head of the School.
  • All applicants are expected to uphold the School community’s values of dignity, respect, care and compassion. (For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions of Entry to St Michael’s.)
  • Scholarships are granted to cover an allocated amount of the tuition fees only; other fees and levies will apply. Read more about our annual fees and charges.
  • It is a requirement of a St Michael’s scholarship that successful applicants contribute fully to the life of the School and maintain a high level of achievement.
  • Successful applicants commencing in Year 10 must commit to and maintain an A to A+ average in the following VCE subjects:
    • VCE Science: Maths Methods, Chemistry plus Biology and/or Physics
    • VCE Maths: Maths Methods, Maths Specialist and at least one (1) science (Chemistry, Biology or Physics)
  • Successful applicants commencing in Years 7, 8 or 9 must maintain an A to A+ average in the following subjects, plus commit to either the VCE Science or VCE Maths selection from Year 10 as listed above.
    • Maths and Science in Years 7 and 8
    • Maths Advanced and Science in Year 9
  • All successful applicants must meaningfully participate in maths/science-related programs and activities on offer at St Michael’s as well as available programs outside of St Michael’s (e.g. St Michael’s COSMOS club or Australian Maths Olympiad.)
  • All successful applicants are expected to participate in, support and contribute to all compulsory programs (co-curricular).
  • The School reserves the right to review and withdraw scholarships offered in circumstances where this level of engagement is not fulfilled.
  • All scholarship recipients will meet with relevant staff approximately once a year to discuss their progress and performance. If scholarship recipients are not meeting expectations, then the scholarship offer may be subject to review.
  • The scholarship will be tenable until the student completes Year 12. If a student withdraws from the School for any reason other than unavoidable or exceptional circumstances, the School reserves the right to seek reimbursement for that proportion of fees covered by the scholarship from the date the scholarship was accepted.

How much does it cost to register for a St Michael’s scholarship?

Applications cost $100 each, with payment made via the EduTest online registration page. See the How to Apply section above for application details.

I have now completed the online application form. How do I submit my daughter’s current photograph, copy of birth certificate/passport, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results?

You will be sent instructions on how to do this after you have registered. If you are having trouble uploading these documents after receiving the instructions, please contact the Admissions Team on +61 3 8530 3310.

Can I provide additional information and documentation to support my daughter’s application?

Only information requested on the online application form, a current photograph, birth certificate/passport, the student’s two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results will be accepted as part of the initial application. The School will not accept CDs, DVDs, letters of reference, copies of awards or certificates, newspaper clippings or any other additional information unless requested.

My daughter is unable to attend the exam on Saturday 10 September 2016. Can she sit it elsewhere?

If your daughter is unable to attend the academic exam at St Michael’s, you will need to contact EduTest on +61 3 9014 1411 to discuss if they will be able to offer an online testing option for your daughter. Please ensure you can make alternative arrangements with EduTest before applying.

Can I have my daughter’s academic test results before the end of the process?

Academic test results will not be disclosed to any applicant until the entire process is complete. No exceptions will apply.

What does ‘contributing to the life of the School as a leader in maths and/or science’ mean?

This question features on all application forms, regardless of year level being applied for. It means that not only must successful applicants display excellent academic results, but they must also be a role model for students, particularly female students, in the maths/science area. This would also mean demonstrating leadership and meaningful engagement in maths/science related co-curricular and extracurricular activities and program at St Michael’s, as well as programs outside of the School.

Why is The Judith Whitworth Scholarship only available to girls?

Research reflects that there is a disproportionate number of boys in the STEM field (both in and outside of school). This scholarship program is specifically designed to promote girls in the science and maths fields, encouraging them to lead and achieve in an area that is at the forefront of current industry advancement. Boys can apply through the Excellence Scholarship program.

How much weight will be given to the academic test scores?

St Michael’s takes a holistic approach to the scholarship process. The School looks at all the information provided as part of the applicant’s application form, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results, and academic test results. The Judith Whitworth Scholarship for Girls in Maths and Science is an academic scholarship, therefore emphasis is placed on academic performance. All applicants are expected to have high academic potential and proven academic performance at the highest standard in order to meet the academic rigour expected at St Michael’s.

What is a St Michael’s scholarships ‘conversation’?

Please refer to the Conversation Information section above.

The selection criteria refer to ‘conversations’. Will my daughter definitely be required to attend?

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications received and the selection criteria used, the School will not be able to invite every student to attend a conversation. The information submitted on the application form, the academic test, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results will be used to determine which candidates will be selected to attend a conversation. Second-round conversations may take place later in the process, and applicants will be contacted individually if they are required to attend.

If my daughter is invited to attend a conversation, what does she need to prepare?

Please refer to the Conversation Information section above.

When will I know if my daughter will be required to attend a conversation?

Please refer to the Key Dates in the Process section above.

If my daughter is invited to attend a conversation, when will these be held?

Please refer to the Key Dates in the Process section above. A specific time and date for a conversation will be offered to applicants who reach this stage. These times and dates are not negotiable.

It is later than the cut-off date, and my daughter did not receive an invitation for a conversation. Is she out of the process?

All applications remain under consideration until the entire process is complete. Depending on how the process evolves, second-round conversations may be held. Applicants will be contacted individually if they are required to attend a second-round conversation.

What is the decision-making process by which applicants are awarded scholarships?

St Michael’s takes a holistic approach to the scholarship process, and the following information is assessed when determining which applicants will be offered a scholarship:

  • Information about the student provided on the application form
  • The student’s two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results
  • The EduTest academic test results
  • Outcome of any possible conversations
  • Outcome of any possible interview with the Head of the School.

Are The Whitworth Scholarships means-tested?

No. Unlike our Excellence Scholarships, which are means-tested, means-testing does not apply to The Whitworth Scholarships.

At what rate are scholarships awarded?

For The Judith Whitworth Scholarship for Girls in Maths and Science, the School can award two scholarships at 50% of the tuition fee (including one with an Old Michaelian connection). This award structure may change at the discretion of the Head of the School. Please note that scholarships only apply to the tuition fee and that other levies and charges will apply. Read more about the School’s annual fees and charges.

When will I be informed whether or not my daughter has been successful?

It is expected that all applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application (including their academic test results) by the end of October 2016. However, depending on how the process evolves, this date may be subject to change.

Can the School provide feedback on how my daughter could improve her application for future years?

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications received and in fairness to all applicants, the School does not provide individual feedback on why an application may have been unsuccessful, or areas which could be improved in future. No exceptions will apply.

My daughter was unsuccessful in gaining a scholarship – can she reapply next year?

As long as your daughter is entering any year between Years 7–10 inclusive, she is welcome to apply for a future scholarship (in either our Excellence Scholarship program or the science/maths program), even if unsuccessful in the past.


Applications for 2019 Excellence Scholarships will open on Monday 3 April, 2017.

Excellence Scholarships

Scholarships at St Michael’s are different. We offer Excellence Scholarships to reflect our values and expectations of successful applicants being well-rounded, high-achieving, and contributing citizens of the St Michael’s community.

Our scholarships are financially supported by the wider School community to foster a culture of reciprocity. They stand for social equity, contributing to the community, developing personal strengths and individual success.

All final-stage applications are means-tested. Families who are applying for a Scholarship should consider this carefully. Excellence Scholarships at St Michael’s are granted to cover tuition fees only, and are awarded at 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of these fees. Please note that in addition to fees, other levies and charges will apply. Read more about the School’s annual fees and charges.

Excellence Scholarships are open to both new and current students, and applications are accepted for entry into any year level between Year 5 and Year 10 inclusive.

If you have further questions, please contact Melissa from the Admissions team on
+61 3 8530 3310 or admissions@stmichaels.vic.edu.au



St Michael’s Grammar Excellence scholarships are awarded to students who:

  • demonstrate high academic potential and proven academic performance
  • have talents, skills, interests and passions in a broad range of areas
  • engage in a range of school-based, extracurricular and community activities
  • demonstrate leadership potential and actively take on new challenges
  • shares the School’s values of dignity, respect, care and compassion
  • will embrace the School’s culture of contributing citizenship and reciprocity
  • will gain from and engage with the School’s diverse range of programs
  • will contribute positively to the School and the broader community.


St Michael’s values its connection with past students, and is always looking to encourage the ongoing involvement of Old Michaelians. The School is therefore pleased to offer one dedicated scholarship to the child or grandchild of an Old Michaelian.

To be eligible, applicants for this category must be the child or grandchild of an Old Michaelian. The parent or grandparent’s graduating year and House (for example: 1975, Mitre), and name known while at St Michael’s, must be listed on the application form.

This category is open to students entering Years 5 to 10 inclusive, with all information and selection criteria the same as those detailed in the Excellence category.



IMPORTANT: The process and dates should be taken as a guide only. Some changes may occur if necessary.

STAGE 1

  • Monday 3 April – Applications open. All applicants are required to register via EduTest and complete the online application form.
  • Friday 5 May– Applications close.

STAGE 2

  • Saturday 13 May – The EduTest academic test will begin at 9am at St Michael’s Grammar School, 25 Chapel Street, St Kilda.

STAGE 3

  • Monday 15 – Wednesday 24 May – The School will review the results of the academic test, all application forms, and each student’s two most recent school reports and NAPLAN report. Students who meet the criteria will be invited to attend a conversation at the School. (Please note this is the school holiday period at the end of Term 3.)
  • Friday 26 May – Students selected to attend a conversation will be notified by this date.

STAGE 4

  • Monday 29  May – Friday 9 June – Conversations take place during this time. Specific dates and times will be confirmed closer to the time with shortlisted applicants.
  • Please note: Second-round conversations may be offered after these dates. If this occurs, successful applicants will be invited individually.

STAGE 5

  • Monday 12 – Friday 16 June – After the Conversation process is complete, shortlisted applicants will be advised to submit the Statement of Financial Information forms to determine their eligibility under the means-testing criteria.

STAGE 6

  • Tuesday 18 July –Students who meet the means-testing criteria will be invited to attend an interview with the Head of the School.
  • Wednesday 19 July – Wednesday 26 July – Final interviews with the Head of the School take place for those invited to attend.
  • Friday 4 August – It is expected that the scholarship process will be complete by this date, and all applicants will be advised of their results.


1. Carefully read all information, including:

  • Key dates in the process
  • Application form conditions and questions
  • Conversation information
  • Means-testing eligibility
  • Terms and conditions
  • Scholarship FAQs.

2. Once the application has been submitted, please wait for instructions from St Michael’s on how to upload your child’s photograph, copy of birth certificate/passport, two most recent school reports, and current NAPLAN results (where applicable).



The School requires detailed and comprehensive information about the student as part of the application process. To ensure that you have time to prepare this information before you apply, please carefully read the requirements and questions below.

All applicants must complete ALL questions (which are available on the application form).

These questions must be answered by the student. Please note the word limit for each question.

Please note that once you commence the application form via the EduTest website, you must complete all the questions in one sitting – you will not be able to save some of your answers and return later.

Those applicants applying for an Old Michaelian scholarship, please note the slight variation to the questions.

All applicants must indicate that you have read and understood the St Michael’s means-testing ability criteria and applicant expectations.

Each applicant must provide the contact details of two (2) referees (for example, a classroom teacher, swimming coach, or choral director).



Conversations provide an opportunity for applicants to discuss their academic performance and potential, as well as the other achievements they discussed on their application form.

The School will not be able to invite every student to attend a conversation. Those selected to attend will be notified individually.

Conversations are facilitated by senior members of St Michael’s leadership and teaching staff.

The length of a conversation is 20–30 minutes.

Parents/Guardians will initially be asked to wait in our Chapel Reception while the first component of the conversation is taking place between the child and th St Michael’s staff member.

Parents/Guardians will then be asked to join the conversation at a time deemed suitable by the St Michael’s staff member.



Some applicants from the conversation process may be recommended to move forward. These shortlisted applicants will be required to complete a Statement of Financial Information form. The information provided on this form helps determine a student’s eligibility for a St Michael’s scholarship.

The comprehensive Statement of Financial Information form not only asks for information relating to salary and income, but also looks at assets, expenses, liabilities and the family’s previous two years of tax returns. The complete form must be signed off by an accountant. The information provided allows the School to gain a thorough understanding of a family’s financial situation and assists in determining if a scholarship may be awarded, and at what level (25%, 50%, 75% or 100%). Each application is considered on its own merits.

Please refer to the Scholarship FAQs for more information about means-testing.


  • All applicants will be required to sit an academic test.
  • All scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Head of the School.
  • All applicants are expected to uphold the School community’s values of dignity, respect, care and compassion. (For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions of Entry to St Michael’s.)
  • Scholarships are granted to cover tuition fees only; other fees and levies will apply. Read more about our annual fees and charges.
  • It is a requirement of a St Michael’s scholarship that successful applicants contribute fully to the life of the School and maintain a high level of achievement.
  • All successful applicants are expected to participate in, support and contribute to all compulsory programs (co-curricular).
  • The School reserves the right to review and withdraw scholarships offered in circumstances where this level of engagement is not fulfilled.
  • All scholarship recipients will meet with relevant staff approximately once a year to discuss their progress and performance. If scholarship recipients are not meeting expectations, then the scholarship offer may be subject to a review.
  • The scholarship will be tenable until the student completes Year 12. If a student withdraws from the School for any reason other than unavoidable or exceptional circumstances, the School reserves the right to seek reimbursement for that proportion of fees covered by the scholarship from the date the scholarship was accepted.


Please note dates will be updated once the key dates in the process are determined for the 2019 program.

How much does it cost to register for a St Michael’s scholarship?

Applications cost $100 each, with payment made via the EduTest online registration page. See the How to Apply section above for application details.

I have now completed the online application form. How do I submit my child’s current photograph, copy of birth certificate/passport, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results?

You will be sent instructions on how to do this after you have registered. If you are having trouble uploading these documents after receiving the instructions, please contact the Admissions Team on +61 3 8530 3310.

Can I provide additional information and documentation to support my child’s application?

Only information requested on the online application form, a current photograph, birth certificate/passport, the student’s two most recent school reports, and current NAPLAN results will be accepted as part of the initial application. The School will not accept CDs, DVDs, letters of reference, copies of awards or certificates, newspaper clippings or any other additional information unless requested.

My child is unable to attend the exam on the specified date. Can they sit it elsewhere?

If your child is unable to attend the academic exam at St Michael’s, you will need to contact EduTest on +61 3 9014 1411 to discuss if they will be able to offer an online testing option for your child. Please ensure you can make alternative arrangements with EduTest before applying.

Can I have my child’s academic test results before the end of the process?

Academic test results will not be disclosed to any applicant until the entire process is complete. No exceptions will apply.

Why does St Michael’s offer Excellence Scholarships?

Scholarship recipients are expected to contribute fully to the life of the School. As well as participating in compulsory programs, recipients are expected to engage in other facets and programs of the School outside of the classroom. All St Michael’s students are encouraged to explore their talents, skills, knowledge and passions across all areas, rather than just remaining in one specialist area. If, however, students demonstrate exceptional talents in one area (e.g. instrumental music), that talent will of course be fostered and supported through St Michael’s programs.

What does ‘contributing to the life of the School’ mean?

This question features on all application forms, regardless of the year level being applied for. It means the ways in which the student feels they can and will contribute to extracurricular and co-curricular programs on offer, as well as ways they think they will be able to serve as a role model for their peers.

How much weight will be given to the academic test scores?

St Michael’s takes a holistic approach to the scholarship process. The School looks at all the information provided as part of the applicant’s application form, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results, and academic test results. All applicants are expected to have high academic potential and proven academic performance in order to meet the academic rigour expected at St Michael’s.

What is a St Michael’s scholarships ‘conversation’?

Please refer to the Conversation Information section above.

The selection criteria refer to ‘conversations’. Will my child definitely be required to attend?

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications received and the selection criteria used, the School will not be able to invite every student to attend a conversation. The information submitted on the application form, the academic test, two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results will be used to determine which candidates will be selected to attend a conversation. Second-round conversations may take place later in the process, and applicants will be contacted individually if they are required to attend.

If my child is invited to attend a conversation, what do they need to prepare?

Please refer to the Conversation Information section above.

When will I know if my child will be required to attend a conversation?

Please refer to the Key dates in the process section above.

If my child is invited to attend a conversation, when will these be held?

Please refer to the Key dates in the process section above. A specific time and date for a conversation will be offered to applicants who reach this stage. These times and dates are not negotiable.

It is later the specified date, and my child did not receive an invitation for a conversation. Are they out of the process?

All applications remain under consideration until the entire process is complete. Depending on how the process evolves, second-round conversations may be held after Friday 4 September. Applicants will be contacted individually if they are required to attend a second-round conversation.

What does ‘St Michael’s Excellence Scholarships are means-tested’ mean?

Scholarships are awarded to families who, for financial reasons, require assistance for their child to attend St Michael’s. Families of shortlisted applicants will therefore be required to submit a Statement of Financial Information form, which constitutes the ‘means-testing’ element of the application.

What is the limit of earnings to be eligible under the means-testing criteria?

As every year has a different cohort of applicants, and each family’s financial situation may vary considerably, there is no defined limit or set amount that makes a family eligible (or ineligible) under the means-testing criteria. However, the philosophy behind the St Michael’s scholarship program is based on access and equity, and providing opportunities for students who would not be able to attend the School without financial assistance. The School asks that all families who are applying for a Scholarship consider this carefully.

What is the decision-making process by which students are awarded scholarships?

St Michael’s takes a holistic approach to the scholarship process. The following information is assessed when determining which applicants will be offered a scholarship:

  • information about the student provided on the application form
  • the student’s two most recent school reports and current NAPLAN results
  • the EduTest academic test results
  • the outcome of any possible conversations
  • information provided on the Statement of Financial Information form
  • outcome of any possible interview with the Head of the School.

At what rate are scholarships awarded?

The School awards scholarships at 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fee. This amount is decided on an individual basis. Please note that scholarships only apply to the tuition fee and that other levies and charges will apply. Read more about the School’s annual fees and charges.

How many scholarships does St Michael’s offer at each year level?

There is no set number of scholarships offered at each year level. The School has a number of scholarships available, and will award them on a case-by-case basis. Each year, however, St Michael’s has the capacity to offer one scholarship to the child or grandchild of an Old Michaelian.

When will I be informed whether or not my child has been successful?

It is expected that all applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application (including their academic test results) by early August 2016. However, depending on how the process evolves, this date may be subject to change.

Can the School provide feedback on how my child could improve their application for future years?

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications received and in fairness to all applicants, the School does not provide individual feedback on why an application may have been unsuccessful, or areas which could be improved in future. No exceptions will apply.

My child was unsuccessful in gaining a Scholarship – can they apply again next year?

As long as your child is entering any year between Years 5–10 inclusive, they are welcome to apply for a future scholarship, even if unsuccessful in the past.

Does St Michael’s accept scholarship applications for outside of the formal application period, or consider applications under extenuating circumstances?

The School only accepts applications as part of the normal scholarship process. No exceptions will apply.