Scholarships for 2019 NOW OPEN

Prince Alfred College has a long and proud tradition of offering scholarships to families with sons who have demonstrated they have the potential to derive benefit from the College’s academic and co-curriculum programs. At PAC we offer a range of scholarships designed to help fund the costs of an independent education. Our School’s philosophy of valuing and nurturing the whole person is very much a part of our scholarship program which does not aim to have a narrowly academic focus.

The College celebrates academic excellence and student potential and we are committed to support students who are disadvantaged. Accordingly we offer a wide range of scholarships to help ensure that money and circumstance is no barrier to the most promising students having access to the high quality education and facilities that we offer. Scholarship recipients are expected to be good role models.

Scholarships may cover part remission of tuition or boarding fees for a student. They are awarded to students who can demonstrate their ability to make a significant contribution to the school; these include but are not limited to outstanding academic ability, ability in creative and performing arts, debating, leadership, sport and chess.

The key criteria for awarding scholarships at Prince Alfred College are as follows:

                  • Overall academic performance and future  potential
                  • Achievement and involvement in other areas of excellence such as performing arts, visual arts, sport, music, debating and other relevant areas
                  • Citizenship, including community service
                  • Leadership abilities

Scholarships available in 2019

Year 5 – Council Scholarships
Prince Alfred College offers scholarships to new boys entering Year 5 2019. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of school reports, references and an interview. Boys and parents are required to make applications to the Headmaster outlining their reasons for wishing to attend Prince Alfred College. A photograph of the student and any supporting documentation such as reports, references and certificates should accompany the application. (all contained within the personal folder)

Value: Council Scholarships are tenable from the beginning of Year 5 until the end of Year 12 and provide between 25% and 50% of tuition fees.

Closing date: Friday 19th January 2018

Application: 2019 Year 5 Scholarships

Year 7 and 8 – Academic and Music Scholarships – APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY JANUARY 19 @ 1130pm
Prince Alfred College offers Academic scholarships for students entering Year 7 and 8 based entirely on results of the ACEP examinations held on February 3 2018.  Students applying for the Rolland May Music Scholarship must sit the ACEP examination and may also be invited for audition. These scholarships are open to both students already enrolled at Prince Alfred College and students wanting to attend Prince Alfred College.

Value: A number of Scholarships are tenable from the beginning of Year 7 or 8 until the end of Year 12 and provide between 25% and 100% of tuition fees.

Closing date: 11.30pm, Friday 19th January 2018

Application: 2019 Year 7 and 8 Academic and Music Scholarships

Cost: $105

Year 8, 10 and 11 – Boarding Scholarships
A number of Scholarships are available to new boys entering the boarding house in Years 8, 10 and 11 in 2019.  Scholarships are awarded on the basis of school reports, references and an interview.  Boys and parents are required to make applications to the Headmaster outlining their reasons for wishing to attend Prince Alfred College.  A photograph of the student and any supporting documentation such as reports, references and certificates should accompany the application. (all contained within the personal folder).

Please note that boys applying for entry as a year 8 boarder in 2019 must also sit the ACER academic exam. Registration can be made above.

Value: The Shierlaw, Linden Boer and the Norman Jolly Scholarships are awarded and are tenable for up to 5 years, giving remission of up to half (50%) of boarding fees.

Closing date: Friday 19th January 2018

Application: 2019 Year 8,10,11Boarding_Scholarships

Year 10 and 11 – Day Entry Scholarships
A number of Scholarships are available to new boys entering  Year 10 or 11 in 2019.  Scholarships are awarded on the basis of school reports, references and an interview.  Boys and parents are required to make applications to the Headmaster outlining their reasons for wishing to attend Prince Alfred College.  A photograph of the student and any supporting documentation such as reports, references and certificates should accompany the application. (all contained within the personal folder)

Value: The Grasby and Headmaster’s Scholarships are awarded and are tenable for up to 3 years, giving remission of up to half (50%) of tuition fees.

Closing date: Friday 19th January 2018

Application: 2019 Year 10,11 Day Schoalrships

Information on the criteria for the scholarships can be found by clicking on the links above.

For further information and enquiries regarding applying for a scholarship please contact:

Matthew Rawes +61 8 8334 1275 Manager, Student Recruitment

Prince Alfred College Foundation

 

 

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Prince Alfred College’s scholarship program offers a range of scholarships made possible through the generosity and support of donors. The School is very grateful to all those who have contributed to the scholarship program. The PAC Foundation established the Scholarship Fund in 2008. This is managed by a Scholarship Committee.

 

The Foundation Scholarship Fund oversees the provision of scholarships to students from funds provided by donors. These include the Ken Lord Family Boarding Scholarship, and from time to time at the discretion of the Foundation the Brett Williamson Scholarship, the Murray Evens Scholarship, the Colin Hassell Scholarship, the Richard Thorne Scholarship and also Indigenous Scholarships.

 

The Foundation Scholarship Fund welcomes financial contributions to assist it to provide a Princes education for young men. For further information regarding establishment of a scholarship in recognition of your link with Prince Alfred College please contact:

 

David Cornish
+61 8 8334 1255
Executive Officer of the Prince Alfred College Foundation