Year 7 Scholarships
*Year 7 Scholarships for 2020 are now closed.
Year 7 2021 Scholarships
- August 2019 – Applications open
- November 2019 – Applications close, testing conducted and music auditions occur; and
- December 2019 – Scholarships offered for 2021
Year 7 CGS Foundation Scholarships for Academic Excellence
Up to four scholarships worth 20% of the tuition fee over six years are open to new or current students seeking to enter Year 7. At least two of these may be awarded to external applicants.
The School places a high value on musical talent and seeks to encourage outstanding musicians through the award of a number of prestigious music scholarships to students who, for the duration of their scholarship, would be expected to study elective music. They would also participate in School musical groups, performances and take instrumental or vocal tuition either at the School or as approved by the Director of Music.
Year 7-9 Ann Jory Music Scholarship for Musical Excellence
The Ann Jory Music Scholarship supports organ or vocal tuition for a period of three years up to a value of $2,500 per year. Students entering Years 5 to 9 are encouraged to apply.
Year 7 CGS Foundation Scholarships for Musical Excellence
One scholarship worth 20% of the tuition fee for up to six years is open to new or current students seeking to enter Year 7.
Application pre-requisite: Minimum standard of 4th Grade AMEB or equivalent.
For further details about Music Scholarships please contact the Music Department on +61 (2) 6260 9805.
For information about further financial assistance for Boarding, please contact the Admissions Office.
Please Note: Whether or not they win a scholarship, new applicants to the School for Years 7 and 11, whose academic scholarship examination results place them in the top 25% of all external scholarship applicants for their year group, will be given first priority offers of places at the School (subject to satisfying the normal entry criteria and application procedures outlined in the School’s Admissions Policy).