Scholarships and Bursaries
St Paul’s 2015/2016 Scholarship Program.
There were two types of scholarships offered:
- Academic Scholarships
- Specialist Scholarships
Applications for both close at 4pm on Friday 6 March 2015.
The examinations will be held at St Paul's School on Saturday 14 March 2015.
Academic Scholarships are available for students currently in Year 6 who are entering Year 7 in 2016 and take effect from Term 1, 2016.
These scholarships usually offer a 50% reduction in fees for Middle and Senior Schooling (Years 7 – 12).
The scholarships will be awarded based on the results of an examination that will be held at the School on Saturday 14 March 2015.
Specialist Scholarships are available from Term 3, 2015 for students currently in Years 7 – 11 and from Term 1, 2016 for students currently in Year 6 – 10.
There are four Specialist Scholarship categories for 2015/2016:
- Creativity Scholarships:
for example, for students who excel in creative writing, visual art, music, drama or dance.
- Innovation Scholarships:
for example, for students who excel in science, mathematics, design and technology or ICT.
- Sport Scholarships
for example, for students who excel in a particular sport
- Vocational Scholarships:
for students who are wishing to follow a vocational educational pathway in Years 11 and 12.
All students applying for specialist scholarships must have been registered to sit the St Paul’s School Academic Scholarship exam. The exam will be held at St Paul’s School on Saturday 14 March 2015.
Full details regarding the application process and the selection criteria are available in the Specialist Scholarship Information and Application Form Booklet.
In addition to the exam, each applicant is required to complete the Specialist Scholarship Application Form available from the document below:
Specialist Scholarship Information and Application Form Booklet
Specialist scholarships are not available to current students at St Paul’s School.
To register for the exam
To apply for an Academic Scholarship and/or a Specialist Scholarship each applicant must register for the exam by visiting the Edutest website via the link below:
Edutest Information for parents
Edutest contact details:
Edutest office is open from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday for parent inquiries.
The phone number is: (03) 9014 1411.
Naomi, Heidi, Rose, Kim, or Kate will be happy to help.
In addition there are a number of online help options.
Online practice test help desk:
- If you did not receive your practice test ID and passwords
- If you cannot log into the practice test questions
- For general inquiries about Edutest online practice tests
Online scholarship and entrance examination registration help desk:
- If you wish to find out more information about how the Edutest process works
- if you have questions about how to apply online for a scholarship or entrance examination
- if you did not receive an email receipt, containing your ID and password after you applied online to sit a scholarship or entrance examination
- if you cannot complete the online registration form
Remote overseas and interstate testing:
(at a location other than the testing school)
Any request for remote testing must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the Sunday PRIOR to the school's examination date.
It is not possible to make arrangements for remote online testing in the week leading up to the examination. Remote online testing incurs an additional fee. For all remote testing enquiries please email: email@example.com
For all other enquiries:
Please emaill: firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone +61 3 9014 1411
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of family need. For enquiries about scholarships or bursaries please contact our Registrar.
RSL Youth Development Program
Through the RSL Youth Development Program, RSL (Queensland Branch) and Bond University recognise and reward the outstanding efforts of high-achieving Queensland students by providing education grants up to $5000.00.
Applications are open to all Queensland school students who are completing Year 10 or 11 in 2014, and who have demonstrated success in the following categories:
- Academic Achievement (inclusive of Arts, Drama, Dance and Media)
- Sporting Achievement
- Community Leadership and Civil Participation
Recipients of the RSL Youth Development Program receive grants of $2500.00 and the top 10 percent of the highest achieving year 10 and 11 students receive a higher recognition via a $5000.00 grant.
Recipients also have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship worth 50% of tuition fees to study either a single or combined undergraduate degree at Bond University at the completion of high school (excluding Bond University’s medical program).
Applications for the RSL Youth Development Program open annually from 25 April (Anzac Day), to 11 November (Remembrance Day), and can be submitted online at www.RSLyouth.com.au.