(Entry to Year 7 to 11 in 2023)
Please note applications for this scholarship have now closed.
Applications open: Monday, 8 November 2021
Applications close: Friday, 18 February 2022 – 5.00pm
Audition dates: Saturday, 19 March 2022 - (9.00am - 3.00pm)
Please note, late applications will not be accepted.
The Music Scholarship is for students entering Years 7 to 11 in 2023. It recognises an outstanding musician who has attained a high level of performance. The value of the scholarship is generally 50% of the College’s academic tuition fee and 100% of the 30 -minute music lesson tuition fees. The scholarship is for the duration of the student’s attendance at the College and is conditional upon ongoing excellence in, and commitment to, the All Saints’ Music Program. An audition with the Director of Music for short-listed candidates is an integral part of the process of awarding scholarships.
Please note that it is a condition that music scholarship recipients are active members of the College Choir and at least one other College ensemble. They should also choose Music elective classes at least until the end of Year 9 or Year 10 and be prepared to participate in Music recitals and Music camps. (No academic examinations are required.)
An annual review may be conducted to discuss the student’s attitude, activity and contribution to their scholarship.
For students who are outstanding musicians, and who have attained a high level of performance.
A performance level of at least Grade 7 AMEB standard is expected from applicants.
Violin, Cello and Viola:
A performance level of at least Grade 4 AMEB standard is expected from applicants.
Woodwind and Brass Instruments:
As students usually commence learning a wind instrument in Years 4 or 5, evidence of outstanding progress within the time of learning is required.
Evidence of outstanding performances in productions, eisteddfods or regular membership of a choir. Singers are expected to maintain commitment to the Choral Program.
Evidence of outstanding performance.
Students who play two instruments should have a performance level of at least Grade 4 in one of the instruments.
Whilst achievement in formal music examinations is not mandatory; students should be able to demonstrate the required level of performance.
To apply, please complete the application form and send with your supporting documentation to the Head of Admissions by no later than Friday, 18 February 2022:
- Copies of any awards for musical performance e.g. Eisteddfods
- Copies of recent music examination results
- Copies of the applicant’s two most recent academic reports
- Copy of the applicant’s most recent NAPLAN results
- Copy of the applicant’s birth certificate (not original)