Equity

There are three types of scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial hardship.

The Curtin Family Scholarships and the William Barnes Scholarships are for attending students whereas the Edmund Rice Scholarships are for enrolling students. Both types are available via application and determined by the College Scholarship Committee.

Details of individual Scholarships:

Curtin Family Scholarships

These scholarships have been donated by the Curtin family and are awarded to worthy students from all Years currently attending the College, who are from families facing financial difficulty. There are up to 3 scholarships awarded each year via application and determined by the College Scholarship Committee.

Number available: Up to 3 Determined by: College Scholarship Committee
Eligibility: Attending students all Year Groups Frequency: Annually
Value per student: $5000 Application: Curtin Scholarship form

William Barnes Scholarships

These scholarships are offered following a generous bequest from Mr William Charles Barnes, an Old Boy of the College. The William Barnes Scholarships are offered to eligible students who may not be able to attend or remain at the College because of financial hardship.  Applications are determined by the College Scholarship Committee.

The William Barnes Scholarships are means tested and cover full or partial remission of tuition fees and are reviewed annually based on continued positive contribution to the life of the College for ongoing eligibility.

Eligible students will show a commitment to learning and an ability to contribute to the life of the College.

Number available: Up to 2 per year Determined by: College Scholarship Committee
Eligibility: Attending students all Year Groups Frequency: Reviewed every two years
Value per student: Full or partial remission of fees Application: William Barnes Scholarship form

Edmund Rice Scholarships

The College offers Edmund Rice Scholarships to eligible students who may not otherwise be able to attend the College because of financial hardship. They are primarily offered to students applying for entry into Years 5, 6 or 7 and are determined by the College Scholarship Committee. Applications will be considered for other Year groups at the Principal’s discretion.

The Edmund Rice Scholarships are means tested and cover full or partial remission of tuition fees and are reviewed annually based on continued positive contribution to the life of the College for ongoing eligibility.

Eligible students will show a commitment to learning and an ability to contribute to the life of the College.

Number available: Up to 2 per Year group (including Indigenous and Refugee Scholarships) Determined by: College Scholarship Committee
Eligibility: Prospective Students Frequency: Reviewed every two years
Value per student: Full or partial remission of fees Application: Edmund Rice Scholarship form