Testing for scholarships for students entering Year 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 in 2019 is now closed.


Registrations for entry in 2020 will open in October 2018 and registration will be made via the Edutest website.

Registration fee will be – $80 per student payable to Edutest.

Testing takes place at St John’s secondary campus at 9am on Saturday 23 February 2019.

St John’s Anglican College offers a small number of Scholarships for excellence in Academic, Sporting or Performing Arts pursuits each year. Scholarship holders are expected to maintain development in their area of expertise, represent the College as appropriate, participate fully in all College programs and uphold the College values and expectations at all times.

Scholarships will be based on Merit which will be determined through the Annual Scholarship Testing Program, and a portfolio containing the student’s school reports, NAPLAN and club or representative references. In the case of Performing Arts, applicants may be required to attend an audition.

Practice tests are available from Edutest.

Academic Scholarships are allocated firstly on the basis of the Australia wide test used by independent schools, Edutest, and school reports including NAPLAN results. It is usual practice to award up to four in any year level.

Performing Arts – Click for Criteria

Sports – Click for  Criteria

Students new to St John’s are required to provide a completed enrolment application as well as all documents as per the Sports/ Performing Arts criteria to the Registrar on the day of the test. This information needs to be in a named folder with the student’s name clearly noted

Current St John’s students are required to provide the required criteria (no enrolment application is required) to the Registrar on the day of the test. This information needs to be in a folder clearly marked with the student’s name and the scholarship applied for eg Academic, Sport or Performing Arts.

St John’s also offers a small number of Bursaries for All-Round Excellence. These may be for Academic, Sporting or Performing Arts expertise or All Round ability.  An application is made through a portfolio and the Edutest, or other recognised test results.

For further information, please contact our Registrar, Janette Collins –