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Scholarships

澳门六合彩资料 offers a variety of Scholarships for students in Secondary and Boarding. Scholarship applications for entry in 2025 have now closed. Applications for 2026 will open in October.

澳门六合彩资料 Anglican School may, at its discretion, award scholarships that provide financial assistance towards the cost of tuition and/or boarding fees. Scholarship award is made by a committee chaired by the Principal, based on criteria set by the school. Scholarships and Awards may be offered to Secondary students as follows:

Allrounder Scholarships

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Recognising a student鈥檚 participation and/or meritous achievement across fields such as education, leadership, community service, sport and/or Christian endeavour.

The William Cowper Scholarship is named after the first Anglican Minister in the region, William Macquarie Cowper (1810 -1902) who was a revered and respected figure in the Church of England. This scholarship recognises a student鈥檚 participation and/or merits and achievement across fields such as education, leadership, community service, sport and/or Christian endeavour. William Cowper was the first Australian-born Anglican clergyman who worked hard and travelled widely, holding services around the New England region including Tamworth.

This scholarship can be awarded to a student in any year of Secondary schooling. It would be expected that while holding the scholarship the student would actively participate in the areas of school life that were the basis for the awarding of this scholarship.

Supporting documents requested

  1. A hand written letter from the student supporting their scholarship application outlining contribution to school community (for all scholarships).
  2. A supporting letter of Reference from an Elder, Minister, teacher, coach, instructor, tutor etc (non-relative).
Download William Cowper Scholarship Application Form

Academic Scholarship

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The Academic Scholarship is based on academic merit as demonstrated through ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research) testing. The ACER Scholarship Test is used by approximately 200 Independent Schools across Australia to identify academically able applicants for the award of a scholarship. The tests are not curriculum based and do not test the ability to retrieve learned knowledge, nor are they diagnostic. They are designed to rank order applicants, finely differentiating the top end of performance. The ACER Scholarship Test requires applicants to demonstrate a range of skills such as the ability to interpret, infer, deduce and think critically.

ACER produces these tests, supplies them to schools, marks applicants鈥 papers and reports applicant results back to the schools and parents.

澳门六合彩资料 will host an ACER Test on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Check back for details shortly.

Registration is $150 and practice papers are available for purchase.


Supporting information
  1. A hand written letter from the student supporting their scholarship application outlining contribution to school community (for all scholarships).
  2. A supporting letter of Reference from an Elder, Minister, teacher, coach, instructor, tutor etc (non-relative).
  3. Applicants are asked to attend an audition for Music, Dance and Drama or submit a portfolio of work if applying for a Visual Arts Scholarship.

Foundation Scholarships

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Established during our Centenary year and named after significant past contributors to 澳门六合彩资料. One is available to children of alumni (Mary England Scholarship) and the other is for applicants who demonstrate the potential to make a significant positive contribution across areas such as in public speaking, debating, drama, music. (Ruth Munro Scholarship).

Mary England Scholarship (Melville '43)

The Mary England scholarship was established in honour of Mary England (Melville '43). She loved her time as a Boarder at what was then Tamworth Church of England Girls鈥 School. After leaving she continued to put her heart and soul into the School she loved. She established the Sydney group of Old Girls and was a devoted supporter of 澳门六合彩资料 up until the time of her passing in 2018. Cross-generational links were promoted and supported by Mrs England. She was ahead of her time and encouraged many alumna to participate in the life of the School beyond their own education, maintaining a strong connection with their 鈥榓lma mater鈥. The Drawing Room in 澳门六合彩资料 House is named in recognition for the significant contribution of Mrs England.鈥

This Scholarship is awarded to an applicant who is the child of 澳门六合彩资料 Anglican School alumni, who demonstrates the potential to make a significant positive contribution to the life of the School across a range of activities that may include academic studies, music, sport, agriculture, Christian involvement, public speaking and debating.

  • The student must be the child of alumni and entering into Year 7
  • The application must demonstrate evidence of positive attitude and application to school involvement
  • The awardee will be expected to actively participate in the areas that were the basis for the awarding of this scholarship
  • The award will be made as part remission of tuition and/or boarding fees.

Ruth Munro Scholarship

The Ruth Munro scholarship is named in memory of an inspirational teacher at 澳门六合彩资料 who taught for over 40 years. Ruth impacted hugely on the lives of generations of 澳门六合彩资料 students teaching English, Ancient History and Latin. She was one of those 鈥榦ne in a million" individuals who made a difference to the lives of generations of students, inspiring a love of language and the joy of learning. One alumni wrote of Miss Munro, 鈥淪he touched my heart, fed my soul and challenged my intellect. When I left 澳门六合彩资料 she made me feel special in a way that I will never forget. If only I could be as special and magnificent a woman as Ruth Munro, I would be humbled.鈥 Miss Munro鈥檚 impact is also remembered through a volume of her poetry published posthumously called, 鈥The Book of Ruth鈥.

This is awarded to applicants who demonstrate the potential to make a significant positive contribution across areas such as in public speaking, debating, drama, English & History, as well as school contribution and engagement and involvement.

  • The student must be entering into Year 7
  • The application must demonstrate evidence of positive attitude and application to school involvement
  • The awardee will be expected to actively participate in the areas that were the basis for the awarding of this scholarship
  • The award will be made as part remission of tuition fees.

Supporting documents requested

  1. A hand written letter from the student supporting their scholarship application outlining contribution to school community (for all scholarships).
  2. A supporting letter of Reference from an Elder, Minister, teacher, coach, instructor, tutor etc (non-relative).
Download Foundation Scholarship Application Form

Music, Creative & Performing Arts Scholarships

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Based on excellence in one or more areas of Music, Drama, Dance, or Visual Arts, as demonstrated via audition, written submission, interview, and/or submission of a portfolio of work and ability to contribute to the school in the field(s) of interest.

Music and Creative & Performing Arts

These Scholarships are offered for students in the following disciplines and entry stages;

  • Music: for students entering into Years 7, 9 & 11
  • Visual Arts: for students entering into Years 9 & 11
  • Dance: for students entering into Years 7, 9 & 11
  • Drama: for students entering into Years 7, 9 & 11

Further information and specific eligibility criteria applies, please see below.

Download Music and CAPA Application Form


Music

It is a requirement that, while holding the scholarship, the student would continue to participate fully in the musical life of the school and study music as an elective subject from Year 9.

As a guide the expectation is for students entering into:

  • Year 7: a minimum standard of AMEB 3rd Grade or equivalent in performance experience is required
  • Year 9: a minimum standard of AMEB 5th Grade or equivalent in performance experience is required
  • Year 11: a minimum standard of AMEB 6th Grade or equivalent in performance experience is required

Private musical tuition remains the responsibility of the individual student.


Visual Arts

Entering into Year 9 a student must present the following to be considered:

  • Major artworks undertaken in Years 7 and 8 which should demonstrate skill, or an intuitive handling of materials, and originality or uniqueness
  • Visual Process Diaries which should reflect a willingness to engage in the recoding of artistic practice in a thorough and unique or more original level
  • School reports for Visual Arts in Years 7 and 8
  • Outline of any workshops or outside tuition undertaken by the student
  • A letter from the student explaining why they are deserving of the scholarship

Entering into Year 11 a student must present the following to be considered:

  • Body of Work undertaken in Years 9 and 10 which should demonstrate skill, or an intuitive handling of materials, and originality or uniqueness
  • Visual Process Diaries which should reflect a willingness to engage in the recoding of artistic practice in a thorough and unique or more original level
  • School reports for Visual Arts in Years 9 and 10
  • Outline any workshops or outside tuition undertaken by the student


Dance and Drama

Provide a statement indicating years studied, standard reached, disciplines and any other relevant information in support of application.

It is a requirement that, while holding the scholarship, the student would continue to participate fully in school performances and within the creative arts area of the school in addition to studying in this area as an elective subject from Year 9.

Private tuition remains the responsibility of the individual student.

Supporting information
  1. A hand written letter from the student supporting their scholarship application outlining contribution to school community (for all scholarships).
  2. A supporting letter of Reference from an Elder, Minister, teacher, coach, instructor, tutor etc (non-relative).
  3. Applicants are asked to attend an audition for Music, Dance and Drama or submit a portfolio of work if applying for a Visual Arts Scholarship.

Indigenous Scholarships

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Indigenous Boarding scholarships are awarded in support of indigenous students and their families, in pursuit of academic and extra-curricular opportunities, in line with Abstudy scholarship criteria. These scholarships are;

  • For students entering any year as a boarder
  • Part remission of tuition and boarding fees
  • Is time dependent on successful application for Abstudy funding.

Supporting documents requested

  1. A hand written letter from the student supporting their scholarship application outlining contribution to school community (for all scholarships).
  2. A supporting letter of Reference from an Elder, Minister, teacher, coach, instructor, tutor etc (non-relative).
Download Indigenous Boarding Scholarship Application Form

Boarding Awards

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The School may at its discretion offer financial assistance known as an 鈥楢ward鈥, towards boarding fees.

Gloria Thew Boarding Award鈥攁 means tested award based on financial needs.

ICPA Boarding Award鈥攁n award based principally on providing support to isolated rural students and their families to enable academic and extra-curricular opportunities at 澳门六合彩资料.

Students granted either a Scholarship or an Award are recognised as influencers of their peers and are subject to ongoing monitoring of behaviour and/or participation in their field of recognition. The School issues Scholarships and/or Awards on the expectation that the student remains enrolled at 澳门六合彩资料 until the completion of their secondary education. Should the family of a Scholarship or Award student advise of their intention to terminate enrolment, unless there are exceptional circumstances, they are required to reimburse the School for the value of their Scholarship/Award discount received to date. The Principal will be the arbiter of any such request.

Scholarship or Award discounts do not apply to any co-curricular fees or service levies.

Scholarships and Awards are monitored and reviewed annually. Unsatisfactory participation or behaviour can result in their termination.

Download Boarding Award Application

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