Scholarships are offered at different year levels based on the assessment of specific criteria. Please note, families wanting to meet with the Principal, John Newton, are welcome to do so at any stage during the application process, and are encouraged to book a separate interview by contacting enrolments@scotch.com.au. Year 7, 8 and 9 Academic Scholarship applicants will be required to complete the ACER examination, while Year 5 Personal Endeavour Scholarship applicants are required to complete the EduTest examination. For more details about the general expectations of ALL scholarship recipients and the additional specific expectations for each type of scholarship, please review this document prior to application. Scholarships are awarded to encourage and recognise meritorious achievement and potential. To view the full College fee schedule, please visit the fees page of this website. Current and new families: please apply via your Caremonkey profile. All scholarships are reviewed annually. To complete the application form, applicants must include their two most recent school reports and complete a covering letter of application (written by the student). Scotch has one of South Australia's few heritage theatres, built in 1885 by the Barr Smith family. The award is amazing $10,000 each and the aim is to help those students with financial need. By ticking the box below you are agreeing for your personal information to be shared with our scholarship committee. All current and new students may apply for up to two of the available scholarships listed below. EduTest testing candidates are asked to assemble in the Mitcham Campus Library, entering via the carpark on Muggs Hill Road, Mitcham (by the creek). Please note, all students, including those applying for the Personal Endeavour Scholarship, are asked to write their own letter of application (200-300 words). At this time, parents are also invited to join us for morning tea and a tour of the College, prior to the conclusion of the examination at 11.30am. The Mary Doctor Performing Arts Scholarship Fund is proud to announce their annual award available to two Charlotte Region high school seniors. Please attach any supporting documentation using the file upload below. All correspondence regarding this application will be directed to this email address. In the Middle School and Senior School, the following areas represent the Performing Arts: Scotch students have a long tradition of successful endeavours in the Performing Arts and many Old Collegians are now pursuing professional careers as actors, musicians, dancers and film makers following their foundation studies at Scotch. ** Please only hit the submit button once. Applications are made online by clicking the "Apply Now" button on this page. When selecting General Excellence, please indicate your area(s) of excellence, and be sure to include details when submitting supporting documentation with this application form. To complete the application form, applicants must include their most recent school report and complete a covering letter of application (written by the student). The scholarship offers between 20% and 50% off tuition fees and

All scholarship holders must meet a number of agreed expectations if they are to continue to receive the award. This scholarship provides financial assistance for Asian-American college students pursuing a major in the performing arts. Visual Arts Scholarships are available students entering Year 11 or Year 12 and are open to students from any school, including current Scotch Oakburn students. In most cases, scholarships at Scotch include up to a 50% remission of tuition fees for the duration of enrolment (except for the Personal Endeavour Scholarship which is 3 years duration). *Please note that some activities may be subject to minimum enrolment numbers. Scholarship ranking are based upon an applicant's academic achievement, extracurricular However, if successful with more than one application, only the highest percentage awarded for an individual scholarship will be applied to the fee. review this document prior to application, Monday 12 October – Tuesday 8 December (12.30pm), Thursday 28 January – Thursday 1 April (12.30pm), Tuesday 20 July – Friday 24 September (3.30pm), Personal Endeavour Scholarships (applicants must also complete the, Colin & Alexandra Hamilton Scholarship (new students only) –, Mugg’s Hill Mathematics Scholarship (new students only) –, Academic Scholarships (applicants must also complete the, General Excellence Scholarship applicants should possess sound all-round qualities including academic, demonstrated service and citizenship, involvement in co-curricular activities (music, drama, sport etc) and be diligent and positive contributors to their current school community, Enrichment Scholarships (Caledonian [external applicants only], Music or Performing Arts), Oughton Family Scholarship (new students only) –, Scotch College Old Collegians Scholarship (for children and grandchildren of Scotch College Old Collegians). By submitting this application, you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions of the selected Scotch College Scholarships, and you are agreeing to abide by all expectations of Scholarship holders.

Candidates are welcome to submit applications for more than one scholarship. Please note, candidates are welcome to submit applications for more than one scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to a student studying in the performing arts. However, if successful with more than one application, only the highest percentage awarded for an individual scholarship will be applied to the fee. Please support your application with details such as participation or experience in outside activities to support why you believe you will make a good candidate for the scholarship, paying particular attention to addressing the Scotch College Scholarship criteria and expectations. Internal Scotch students have the opportunity to undertake formal foundation studies of the Performing Arts as part of their scheduled school lessons. Performing Arts Scholarships are offered to students with demonstrated outstanding ability in dance, music, drama or voice at Year 8. Kathleen Thomas Scholarship John Webster Scholarship Performing Arts Scholarship Visual Arts Scholarship Alec Campbell Scholarship Year 5 to 12 Year 4,5 & 8 to 12 Year 6 or 7 Year 7 to 12 Year 11 or 12 Year 11 New New Scholarship applicants are encouraged to book a private tour of the College in advance of submitting an application. Scotch College Junior School Art Exhibition, For ELC term dates please contact the ELC Office. To upload, select files from your hard drive, and click the "upload" button to attach the documents to this form. Both external and internal students can participate in the Scotch Performing Arts program. Please contact us via enrolments@scotch.sa.edu.au or phone 08 8274 4209. Where noted, some scholarships require applicants to complete independent examinations. Any remaining awards made later in the year (in the event that awards are not awarded in the first round of offers) will be open to external students as a priority. The Arts recognise the whole student, fostering a sense of self, community, culture and spirituality in a safe but experimental environment. The Performing Arts are a vibrant part of the educational experience at Scotch College. Through active participation in drama, musicals, choirs and orchestras, dance productions and film-making, students are engaged in a vital world where their imagination, creativity and technical skills are developed and nurtured. Scholarship Applications for 2022 entry close on Monday 18 January 2021 at 5:00pm. Students entering Year 5 or Year 6 in 2022: Students entering Year 7, 8 or 9 in 2022: Scotch College Adelaide values quality applicants who show outstanding personal values, leadership potential, cultural awareness, moral integrity, service, high achievement, social and emotional intelligence, a global perspective and what they may contribute to the College. Applicants may apply for up to two of the available scholarships listed below. We have a limited number of fee-free scholarships on offer each term; contact the Performing Arts Secretary for further details.

Testing will commence at 9.00am. The scholarship offers between 20% and 50% off tuition fees and 20% off boarding fees if the student intends to board at the College. For further information please call the Performing Arts Secretary on 08 8274 4210 or email performingarts@scotch.sa.edu.au. Personal Endeavour Scholarship (Year 5 or 6 Entry), Principal's Scholarship (Year 7, 8 or 9 Entry), Academic Scholarship (Year 7, 8 or 9 Entry), General Excellence Scholarship (Year 7, 8, 9 or 10 Entry), Boarding & Tuition Scholarship (Year 7, 8 or 9 Entry), Performing Arts Scholarship (Year 7, 8 or 9 Entry), Scotch College Old Collegians Scholarship (Year 10 Entry), Monday 12 October – Tuesday 8 December (12.30pm), Thursday 28 January – Thursday 1 April (12.30pm), Tuesday 20 July – Friday 24 September (3.30pm). At this time, parents are also invited to join a member of our Mitcham Campus leadership team for morning tea and a tour of the College, once the examination has commenced. ACER testing candidates are asked to assemble in the Drawing Room, Scotch College, Carruth Road, Torrens Park by 8.45am on the day of testing. Scholarships do not include the one-off admission fee, payable on confirmation of enrolment. In lieu of a formal interview, Personal Endeavour applicants will be invited to attend a ‘Come & Try’ day at Scotch College Junior school wherein they will meet with the Head of Mitcham Campus, as well as participating in a classroom experience. After receipt of applications, applicants will be shortlisted, interviewed, trialled or auditioned (in the case of Sport, Performing Arts, Music and Caledonian) and successful applicants will be offered a place. Visual Arts Scholarships are available to students entering Year 11 or Year 12 and are open to students from any school, including current Scotch Oakburn students. Other facilities include an outdoor Amphitheatre, a restored Victorian drawing room, an extensive music suite, 'SoundHouse' music technology room and recording studio, a chapel and dance studios. Scotch College Junior School Art Exhibition, For ELC term dates please contact the ELC Office. Scotch College Junior School Art Exhibition, For ELC term dates please contact the ELC Office. The following scholarships are available to current and new students, commencing 2022. In 2020, our Torrens Park Musical will be Matilda. Not only do they help out underrepresented students, but Against the Grain also raises and donates close to $30,000 each year to orphanages in … After receipt of applications, applicants will be shortlisted, interviewed, trialled or auditioned (in the case of Sport, Performing Arts, Music and Caledonian) and successful applicants will … Applications are made online by clicking the "Apply Now" button on this page. Please nominate a primary contact email address for this application.