St Paul’s School offers two types of scholarships: academic and specialist. Both scholarship opportunities require candidates to sit the scholarship exam.
Please note that our academic and specialist scholarships are offered to Australian residents only.
The 2021 scholarship exam will be held on campus on Saturday, 13 March, 2021. All registrations for the 2022 Scholarship program are now closed as of Friday, 5 March 2021.
Note: All applications for the 2022 Scholarships program have closed.
Academic scholarships will be available for current St Paul’s students in Year 6 in 2021 and external students who would enter St Paul’s in Year 7 in 2022. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of a student’s academic ability.
Registration for the scholarship exam is made through EduTest.
Scholarships provide up to a 50% reduction in fees for Year 7 to 12 and are awarded on the results of the examination. There is an application fee applicable to sit the examination.
Specialist scholarships include the following categories: creativity, innovation, sport, vocation. Please read the Specialist Scholarships Program 2021-22 for further details.
Students applying for a specialist scholarship will need to sit the academic scholarship test. Registration for the exam is made through EduTest.
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of family need. For inquiries about scholarships or bursaries please contact our Registrar.
Indigenous scholarships provide scholarship funding for members of the community with Indigenous heritage who may not have the financial means. Full or part scholarships are offered to Indigenous students to cover the cost of tuition at St Paul’s School. More information and application details can be found here.