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Scotch College Adelaide is an independent, co-educational day and
boarding school offering an outstanding education from
Early Learning to Year 12

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Academic Scholarships

The Colin Hamilton Scholarship (available 2023)

The Colin Hamilton Scholarship seeks to honour the legacy of Colin Hamilton, a former Scotch parent, and is awarded to one student in either year 7 or year 8 and allows 100% remission on tuition fees for their entire time at Scotch.

The scholarship is awarded to a meritorious student, who also demonstrates financial need, and is determined on the basis of their results in the independent ACEP examinations, offered by the Australian Council for Educational Research, which is open to existing Scotch College students and to students who attend other schools.

Expectations of Colin Hamilton Scholarship Holders

  • Must adhere to the general expectations of all scholarship recipients
  • Should demonstrate a 'love of learning' in all academic subjects and show integrity in all matters related to coursework and homework, including academic honesty.
  • Sets an example of academic excellence by meeting deadlines, actively participating in class and show integrity in all matters related to coursework and homework, including academic honesty.
  • Demonstrates ambition and be ready to take the initiative to assist others in achieving their learning goals
  • Must work hard on their academic courses, consistently receiving high effort grades and achieve A+/A averages across all grades in an academic year.
  • Participate fully in opportunities for co-curricular and enrichment, seeking leadership through being an effective role model within the College.

Other Academic Scholarships

A limited number of academic scholarships for a partial remission of tuition fee are available to students in either year 7 or year 8. Scholarships will be for 20%-50% remission of tuition and will be awarded on the basis of an applicant's results in the independent ACEP examinations, offered by the Australian Council for Educational Research, which is open to existing Scotch College students and to students who attend other schools.

Please click here to apply to undertake the ACEP Scholarship Test

The College reserves the right to determine the number of academic scholarships made available in a given year, but successful recipients will receive the scholarship for the duration of their time at Scotch.

Expectations of Academic Scholarship Holders

  • Must adhere to the general expectations of all scholarship recipients
  • Should demonstrate a 'love of learning' in all academic subjects and show integrity in all matters related to coursework and homework, including academic honesty.
  • Set an example of academic excellence by meeting deadlines, actively participating in class and show integrity in all matters related to coursework and homework, including academic honesty.
  • Demonstrate ambition and be ready to take the initiative to assist others in achieving their learning goals
  • Must work hard on their academic courses, consistently receiving high effort grades and achieve A+/A averages across all grades in an academic year.
  • Participate fully in opportunities for co-curricular and enrichment, seeking leadership through being an effective role model within the College.

Apply Now for a Scotch College Scholarship

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