Scholarship Program for 2019

Loreto College invites students to apply for our annual Scholarship program. Our program offers a range of options and a breadth of opportunities for students to attend and excel in our College.

              Scholarship Program for 2019

Loreto College Marryatville conducts a comprehensive, annual Scholarship Program. A scholarship is a financial grant awarded to a student based on either academic merit and/or excellence in the fields outlined in the Loreto Scholarship Program.  A scholarship can provide up to 50% remission of tuition fees as set by the College Board and is applicable for the duration of the student’s schooling until the completion of Year 12. Each financial grant awarded to scholarship winners is at the discretion of the Principal and may vary from year to year.

All scholarship holders are expected to complete their secondary education at Loreto College Marryatville, to maintain high standards of academic achievement and behaviour, and to contribute positively and enthusiastically to all aspects of College life, including the co-curricular program.

Each scholarship holder’s progress in the College and contribution to the wider life of the College will be reviewed annually. No student may hold more than one scholarship at any one time.

An interview with short-listed applicants will determine whether a scholarship is offered. Music shortlisted applicants will also be required to audition with the Music Area Leader.

Scholarship Program for 2019:

  • Academic Scholarship:
    • Primary ACER Years 5 and 6 (new/continuing students
    • Level 1 ACEP Years 7 and 8 (new/continuing students)
    • Level 2 ACER Years 9 and 10 (new/continuing students)
  • All-rounder Scholarship: Years 5-11 (new students)
  • All- rounder Boarding Scholarship: Years 7-11 (new students)
  • Music Scholarship: Years 5-11 (new/continuing students)
  • Indigenous Youth Leadership Program: Years 8-12 (new students)

Academic Scholarships Years 5-10

All academic scholarships are based on the results of an ACER examination held on Saturday, 3 February 2018.

Short-listed applicants will be invited to an interview with the Principal once results are provided to Loreto College at the end of February 2018.

Online individual reports will be available to parents on Monday, 5 March 2018.  

A non-refundable application fee of $110 to ACER is required.

 

  • 2019 Years 5 and 6 scholarships will be awarded to new and continuing students who excel in the Primary ACER scholarship test. Students will be in Years 4 or 5 in 2018.   

Click here to apply: http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1343

  • 2019 Years 7 and 8 (Australian Cooperative Entry Program) is open to new and continuing students who excel in the ACEP Level 1 examination. Students will be in Years 6 or 7 in 2018.

Click here to apply:  http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1342

  • 2019 Years 9 and 10 scholarships will be awarded to new and continuing students who excel in the ACER Level 2 examination. Students will be in Years 8 or 9 in 2018. 

Click here to apply: http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1344

Closing date for registration is Thursday, 18 January 2018

ACER Scholarship Parent Hotline: 1300 768 952

All-rounder Scholarships Years 5-11

  • Scholarships are offered to new students wishing to enter Loreto College in 2019.
  • The all-rounder scholarship is based on presentation of a portfolio. The applicant will not only provide evidence of a growth mindset with regard to academic success but also demonstrate how they encapsulate the values of a Loreto education through their contribution to their school and broader community in such things as co-curricular activities, leadership and social justice.
  • The applicant will provide copies of recent school reports and any other documentation that is relevant in promoting the all-rounder scholarship application.
  • Short listed applicants will be invited to an interview with the Principal for further consideration.
  • A scholarship can provide up to 50% remission of tuition fees as set by the College Board.

Application and Portfolio Criteria

Closing date for submission of a portfolio is Friday, 19 January 2018

Scholarship applications must include:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Requested photocopied documentation as outlined in the portfolio criteria attachment. Portfolios will not be returned to the applicants.
  • Non-refundable fee of $50

All-rounder Boarding Scholarships Years 7-11

  • Boarding scholarships are offered to new students living in regional or remote areas of Australia who wish to enter Loreto College in 2019.
  • The all-rounder boarding scholarship is based on presentation of a portfolio. The applicant will not only provide evidence of a growth mindset with regard to academic success but also demonstrate how they encapsulate the values of a Loreto education through their contribution to their school and broader community in such things as co-curricular activities, leadership and social justice.
  •  The applicant will provide copies of recent school reports and any other documentation that is relevant in promoting the all-rounder scholarship application.
  • Short listed applicants will be invited to an interview with the Principal for further consideration.
  • A scholarship can provide up to 50% remission of tuition fees and up to 25% remission of boarding fees as set by the College Board.

Application and Portfolio Criteria

Closing date for submission of a portfolio is Friday, 19 January, 2018

Scholarship applications must include:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Requested, photocopied documentation as outlined in the portfolio criteria attachment. Portfolios will not be returned to the applicants.
  • Non-refundable fee of $50

Music Scholarships Years 5-11

               Music Scholarships Years 5-11
  • The Music scholarship program is offered to new and continuing students from Years 5-11.
  • The applicant will provide a portfolio with copies of recent school reports and any other documentation that is relevant in promoting the music scholarship application.
  • Students should be able to demonstrate a minimum performance standard of Grade 2 AMEB (or equivalent) on their first instrument or voice.
  • Scholarships are awarded primarily on the basis of an audition. Auditions will be conducted by the Music         Learning Leader and only applicants meeting the required standard will be invited to attend. Auditions will last between 10 - 20 minutes.
  • A scholarship can provide up to 50% remission of tuition fees as set by the College Board and is applicable for the duration of the student’s schooling until the completion of Year 12. An additional 100% remission of music tuition fees for the nominated instrument/s when the music lessons are taken at the College will be awarded.
  • Scholarship holders agree to contribute actively and generously to the co-curricular program and performance activities of the College.
  • Scholarship holders who are involved in other performance groups outside school are expected to give priority to scheduled school co-curricular events if there is a clash of events.
  • Instrumental and vocal scholarship holders are expected to participate in at least two ensemble groups per year for the length of their scholarship.
  • The Music Learning Leader will review each scholarship holder’s progress and contribution annually.

Audition requirements:

1.      A performance of two contrasting pieces on the main instrument or voice, with at least one with an accompaniment which can be on a CD and not longer than 5 minutes in total. Students requiring an accompanist are required to provide their own.

2.    Rhythm and aural tests.

3.    An interview with the Scholarship audition panel.

‚ÄčApplication and Portfolio Criteria

Closing date for submission of a portfolio is Friday, 19 January 2018

  • Scholarship applications must include:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Portfolio showcasing music achievements
  • Non-refundable fee of $50

Indigenous Youth Leadership Project (IYLP) Years 7 -11

This initiative is funded by the Australian Government

The IYLP offers scholarships and leadership opportunities to young Indigenous Australians, with a focus on youth from remote and regional communities.

In addition to helping Indigenous students achieve their educational aspirations, the IYLP supports the development of positive role models and leaders to inspire other Indigenous students.

The Smith Family, in conjunction with Loreto College, invites applications for 2019 boarding.

  • Places are open to students entering Years 8-12 in 2019.
  • Applications are sent directly to The Smith Family where they will be short-listed for further consideration.
  • An interview with the Principal and a representative from The Smith Family will be arranged.
  • Information, applications, criteria and other forms are available from The Smith Family from March, 2018.

https://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/what-we-do/our-work/supporting-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-families/indigenous-youth-leadership

If you have any questions, please contact the IYLP Coordinator by email leanne.smith@thesmithfamily.com.au or telephone on (08) 8224 1402.

Scholarship Enquiries:

Enrolment Office – Franca Rossetto

Email:  enrolments@loreto.sa.edu.au

Loreto College Reception: (08) 8334 4200 

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