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Excellence Scholarships

The Scotch College Foundation Scholarship

The Scotch College Foundation Scholarship was established by the Scotch College Foundation and is awarded as a 50% remission of tuition fees to an outstanding student entering Year 10 for the duration of their time at Scotch College Adelaide. The scholarship is open to existing Scotch College students and to students who attend other schools. There is only one Foundation Scholar at Scotch at any given point in time.

The Oughton Family Scholarship

The Oughton Family Scholarship is a 3-year scholarship awarded to an outstanding student entering year 10 at Scotch from another school, who would not otherwise be able to attend Scotch College without financial support. Successful recipients receive a 75% remission on their tuition fees for their time at the College. There is only one Oughton Family Scholar at Scotch at any given point in time.

The Scotch College Old Collegians Association (SCOCA) Scholarship

Thanks to the generosity of the SCOCA, children and grandchildren of Scotch College Old Collegians are eligible to apply for the SCOCA Scholarship, which is awarded every year to outstanding student entering Year 10 for the duration of their time at Scotch College Adelaide. The scholarship is open to existing Scotch College students and to students who attend other schools. The successful recipient will conduct themselves at all times as a positive role model to others and as an outstanding ambassador for the College, their family, and the Old Collegians' Association. The successful recipient will also attend Old Collegians' meetings and events as an ambassador as required.

Excellence Scholarships

A limited number of Excellence Scholarships will be awarded annually and be open to current students and those attending other schools. The College reserves the right to determine the number of excellence scholarships made available in a given year. These scholarships are available in year 5 (duration for 3 years), year 7 (duration 6 years) and year 10 (duration 3 years).

If the applicant is in year 7 the student is required to sit the ACEP examination as part of the application for an Excellence Scholarship. Please ensure that you register the student to sit the ACEP examination and register for the Excellence Scholarship below.

Successful recipients of the Excellence Scholarship will receive between 25% to 50% remission on tuition fees. This scholarship is awarded based on the results of previous school reports and evidence of excellence. It is intended to reward and encourage students who have a strong work ethic and who consistently achieve to a high level in:

  • Academics
  • Sport
  • Community Involvement and Service
  • Leadership

Expectations Specific to Excellence Scholarship Holders

  • Must adhere to the general expectations of all scholarship recipients
  • Must demonstrate a 'love of learning' and display excellence in all subjects.
  • Participate in the wider academic activities that the School arranges, that contribute to the growth of students
  • Demonstrate ambition and be ready to take the initiative to assist others in achieving their learning goals.
  • Participate fully in opportunities for co-curricular and enrichment, and are role models of the development of the whole child that is valued by the College.

Expectations specific to Excellence (Sport) Scholarships

  • Must adhere to the general expectations of all scholarship recipients
  • Must show a high level of commitment and leadership in their chosen sport
  • Must represent the College team when selected and place the College team before any other commitments (exceptions maybe made and must be individually negotiated with the Director of Sports for commitments which involve selection for State or National teams). Scholarship recipients who play for Clubs must prioritize their College sports responsibilities over their club at all times. If a scholarship recipient plays a particular sport for a club, then they must participate in that particular sport for the College.
  • Must inform the College in writing of any chronic illness or injury and demonstrate every effort to remain injury free and have a clean bill of health
  • Set the highest standards when they are representing Scotch in sport, whether at school or at another location.
  • Must demonstrate leadership and regular participation in a range of co-curricular sporting activities until the completion of their final year at Scotch.
  • In their SACE Program, scholarship holders must complete a sport related subject

Apply Now for a Scotch College Scholarship

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