Testing for scholarships for students entering in 2020 has now closed. St John’s scholarship program for students entering Year 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 in 2021 will open in October 2019 with testing taking place early March 2020.
More about our program…
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.
In the case of Sport, students are required to commit to play a school sport each trimester as per the sports detailed by The Associated Sports (TAS) competition and may be required to attend trial days.
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 – Details to be Advised
Sports – Details to be Advised
NEW St John’s students 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 folder with the student’s name and scholarship applied for clearly noted. Online enrolments can be completed here and printed out to be included in the folder. NOTE – only copies of documents should be submitted.
CURRENT St John’s students do not require an enrolment application but are required to provide a copy of the last two school reports, NAPLAN and any other information relevant to the application. This folder is to be clearly marked with the student’s name and the type of scholarship applied for and handed to the Registrar on the day of the test. NOTE – It is important that this information is included in the folder provided to the Registrar. Applicants who do not supply this information may be excluded from consideration. NOTE – only copies of documents should be submitted.
A registration fee – $90 per student payable to Edutest.
Testing takes place at St John’s secondary campus early March 2020.
Practice tests are available from Edutest.
Registration is made via the Edutest website.