Roseville College scholarships are awarded to girls who demonstrate excellence in learning, who are passionate about joining our vibrant community, and who will make a significant contribution to the life of the College.

Applications for 2023 Scholarships will open HERE on Monday 1 November 2021

As a non-selective school, which values personalised and authentic learning, Roseville College is well regarded for its nurturing environment and entry into our scholarship program is competitive.

2022 Scholarship Applications (for Academic, Music and All-Rounder) are closed. Please see below for for details on our 2022 Foundation (means-tested) scholarship, which is now open.

In 2023, we will be offering the following (full or part) scholarships:

  • Academic Scholarship for Year 7 Entry
  • Academic Scholarship for Year 10 Entry
  • Academic Scholarship for Year 11 Entry
  • All-Rounder Scholarship for Year 7 Entry
  • All-Rounder Scholarship for Year 10 Entry
  • Music Scholarship for Year 7 Entry
  • Senior Music scholarship for Years 8-11 Entry

Applicants for an Academic, All-Rounder or Music scholarship at Roseville College must sit the scholarship examination on Saturday 19 February 2022, which will be held at Roseville College.

Scholarships cover full or partial fees of academic tuition only. All other expenses are to be met by parents or guardians at the full rate. Full or part scholarships may be awarded at the discretion of the Principal, who also reserves the right to withhold awarding a scholarship in a given year.

The remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the completion of Year 12, subject to satisfactory academic progress, and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review.

Scholarships are open to new and current students that are Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.


Timeline for 2023 Scholarships

Monday 1 November 2022: Scholarships open

Friday 11 February 2022: Scholarships closing date

Tuesday 15 February 2022: Music applicants advised if they are invited to audition (please note that we will start advising applicants as early as the start of Term 1, 2022)

Saturday 19 February 2022: Scholarship test (all applicants)

Monday 21 February 2022: Music auditions Day 1 (held after 3:30pm)

Wednesday 23 February 2022: Music auditions Day 2 (held after 3:30pm)

w/c 28 February 2022: Short-listed candidates interviewed

Further information on each scholarship category and how to apply is listed below.


Academic Scholarships 2023 – For entry to Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11

Academic Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, as determined by the Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services) held at Roseville College. Supporting documentation, including school reports, NAPLAN and other external competition reports are also taken into consideration. Students will also be required to submit a cover letter, addressed to the Principal, Ms Deb Magill.

Short-listed candidates only, will be invited to the next stage, which is an interview with the Principal, Ms Deb Magill.

HOW TO APPLY

Complete Academic Scholarship application online.

During the online application process, students will be required to answer a number of questions about their application, and supporting documentation will need to be uploaded. The required documentation for each scholarship is listed in the scholarship description during registration.

Application deadline

All documentation must be uploaded and applications completed by the date of closure on Friday 11 February 2022.

Scholarship examination

By completing the application you will automatically be registered for the scholarship examination. All scholarship applicants, regardless of which scholarship is applied for, must sit the scholarship examination, on Saturday 19 February 2022. This examination is administered by Academic Assessment Services; but, held at the College.


All Rounder Scholarships 2023 – For entry to Year 7 and Year 10

All Rounder Scholarships are awarded on the basis of all round excellence, including assessment by the Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services) held at Roseville College.

These scholarships are offered to girls who show all round ability and a willingness to actively involve themselves in the co-curricular life of the school, coupled with a demonstrated involvement in community service and/or student leadership programs.

In support of their application, students will be required to upload a three (3) minute video. The video should highlight achievements and contributions within their school and the community including Christian/Community Service, Leadership, Performing/Creative Arts, Public Speaking and Sport. Please note, we expect the video to be prepared by the student.

Short-listed candidates only, will be invited to the next stage, which is an interview with the Principal, Ms Deb Magill.

HOW TO APPLY

First - complete Academic Scholarship application online

All applicants must first apply for an academic scholarship (including All Rounder applicants). Once you have completed the Academic Scholarship application, you are then able to register for additional scholarships including All Rounder scholarships as applicable, at no extra cost. During the online application process, students will be required to answer a number of questions about their application and supporting documentation will need to be uploaded. The required documentation for each scholarship is listed in the scholarship description during registration.

Second - complete All Rounder Scholarship application online

Once the academic scholarship application is completed you will be able to select the option to apply for the All Rounder Scholarship. To further support their All Rounder Scholarship application, students will be required to upload one three (3) minute video, as detailed above.

Application deadline

All documentation, including student video, must be uploaded and applications completed by the date of closure on Friday 11 February 2022.

Scholarship examination

By completing the application, you will automatically be registered for the scholarship examination. All scholarship applicants, regardless of which scholarship is applied for, must sit the scholarship examination, on Saturday 19 February 2022. This examination is administered by Academic Assessment Services; but, held at the College.


Music Scholarships 2023 – For entry to Year 7 or Years 8 – 11

Music Scholarships are awarded to students, on the basis of musical excellence, who can also display evidence of participation in school music programs. We offer Music scholarships in two age categories, as follows:

  • Year 7 Music Scholarship
  • Senior Music Scholarship (for girls entering Years 8-11)*

*Please note that the Senior Music Scholarship will be awarded to one student only, and is open to students entering Year 8, Year 9, Year 10 or Year 11, in 2023.

The awarding of a scholarship will take into consideration the results of the scholarship test, relevant supporting documentation, and an audition.

Please note that only short-listed applicants will move through to the audition stage of the process. If invited to audition, applicants will need to provide their own accompanist (for all instruments except Piano). Due to time restrictions, applicants may only be asked to play excerpts of their program.

Documentation/proof of completing an exam (“A” Grade/Honours or above) will be required as part of the application process. If a completed certificate/report is not available, applicants may submit a 4-minutes max. video of a piece of similar standard. Please note excerpts of longer pieces are welcome. Performing with accompaniment is preferrable, but solo performances are acceptable. If the piece is written with accompaniment, this must be performed with accompaniment.

Following the auditions, applicants will be short-listed for the final stage, which is an interview with the Principal.

Recipients of a Music scholarship are required to undertake elective Music studies to HSC level and to be involved in a range of music activities, as instructed by the Head of Music.

The minimum AMEB standard (or equivalent) suggested for audition selection is as follows:

Year  Piano Strings Woodwind Brass Percussion Classical Voice
Year 7 Grade 7 Grade 6 Grade 5 Grade 5 Grade 5 n/a
Year 8  Grade 8 Grade 7 Grade 6 Grade 6 Grade 6 n/a
Year 9  Cert of Performance Grade 8 Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 n/a
Year 10  AMusA Cert of Performance Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 6
Year 11 LMusA AMusA Grade 8 Grade 8 Grade 8 Grade 6

HOW TO APPLY

YEAR 7, YEAR 10, YEAR 11

First - complete Academic Scholarship application online

For students who will be in Year 7, Year 10 or Year 11 in 2023, applicants must first apply for an Academic Scholarship. Once you have completed the Academic Scholarship application, you are then able to register for additional scholarships including Music scholarships as applicable, at no extra cost. During the online application process, students will be required to answer a number of questions about their application and supporting documentation will need to be uploaded. The required documentation for each scholarship is listed in the scholarship description during registration.

Second - complete Music Scholarship application online

Once the Academic scholarship application is completed you will be able to select the option to apply for the Music Scholarship. To further support their Music Scholarship application, students will be required to upload relevant documentation as proof of meeting the required AMEB standard (or equivalent), as detailed above.


YEAR 8, YEAR 9

Complete Senior Music Scholarship application online

Please note, for students who will be in Year 8 or 9 in 2023 and are applying for the Senior Music Scholarship your application process is a little different. Your application will register you for the scholarship examination and therefore you do NOT need to apply for an Academic Scholarship. During the online application process, students will be required to answer a number of questions about their application and supporting documentation will need to be uploaded. The required documentation for each scholarship is listed in the scholarship description during registration.

Scholarship examination

By completing the application you will automatically be registered for the scholarship examination. All scholarship applicants, regardless of which scholarship is applied for, must sit the scholarship examination, on Saturday 19 February 2022. This examination is administered by Academic Assessment Services; but, held at the College.

Application deadline

All documentation must be uploaded and applications completed by the date of closure on Friday 11 February 2022.


Foundation Scholarship 2022 (Means-Tested)

Roseville College’s Foundation Scholarship is OPEN for Applications.

We are looking for a senior student entering Year 10 or Year 11 in 2021 to join our Roseville College family. If you are committed to and engaged with your learning and are motivated to positively contribute to our school and community, we would love to hear from you.

The Scholarship is needs-based (means-tested) and fully covers tuition fees from year of entry to the end of Year 12. Funding for the scholarship is provided by members of our school community, who wish to give the opportunity of a Roseville College education to a girl who would otherwise not have the means to attend the College.

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Enquiries and Questions

All enquiries about the scholarships on offer, or the scholarship process, should be made with the College Registrar.

Ms Susan Schiro
Registrar
Roseville College
Email | registrar@roseville.nsw.edu.au
Telephone | 02 9884 1109

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