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Scholarships

The Nowra Anglican College Scholarship program aims to encourage and recognise students in their pursuit of excellence. The Scholarship Program provides students with financial support to further their education as well as reward achievement and effort.

Students who receive scholarships will display exemplary character and uphold the College’s vision, mission and values.  They will also exhibit qualities such as  integrity, leadership, initiative, compassion for others and personal responsibility.

Each year a number of scholarships are granted for partial remission of tuition fees (typically 25% or 50%) for students entering Years 5, 7, 9 or 11 and are determined in the year preceding entry to these grades.

Scholarships are usually awarded for the remainder of the recipient’s schooling, conditional on the student’s continued satisfactory progress (subject to annual review), contribution to the full life of the College community and ongoing support for the ethos of the College.

The following scholarships are currently available:

  • Academic Scholarships – Years 5, 7, 9 and 11 – applications close Monday 5 February, 2018
  • General Excellence Scholarships – Year 7 – applications close Monday 5 February, 2018
  • Performing Arts Scholarships – Year 7 and above by application – applications close Friday 23 March, 2018
  • Fresh Start Scholarships – Year 7, 9 and 11 – Monday 5 February 2018
  • Indigenous Scholarships – Year 5 – Monday 5 February
  • Mathematics and Science Scholarship – Year 10 or Year 11 – Monday 5 February
Academic Scholarships

The College offers a number of Academic Scholarships each year (at a range of discount levels: typically 25% to 50%) to students entering Years 5, Year 7, Year 9 and Year 11. Academic Scholarships are open to students presently enrolled at the School and to students wishing to enter Nowra Anglican College from 2019.

The School expects all Academic Scholarship holders to display a high standard of achievement. The School trusts that the privilege of receiving a scholarship will build responsible attitudes develop leadership potential and enable students to take a positive role in School life.


Year 7, 9 and 11 Academic Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded dependent on the results of the ACER Scholarship examination and an interview with the Executive Principal. The Interview questions will be standardised and supplied to the candidates in advance.

To apply for an Academic Scholarship, register for the ACER online scholarship examination at http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1387, and  submit an Application for Enrolment Form (for new enrolments) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

If you have any questions regarding the Academic Scholarship process, please contact the Nowra Anglican College Director of Community Relations, Mrs Gina Black on 02 4421 7711. If you have any problems registering, please contact ACER: scholarships@acer.edu.au

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Junior School Academic Scholarship

Nowra Anglican College offers Junior School Academic Scholarships  (at a range of percentages: 25% to 50%) to students wishing to attend Year 5 in 2019. Scholarships are awarded dependent on the results of the ACER  Scholarship examination, a submission of a portfolio and an interview with the candidate and their parent/s or carer/s.

Scholarship applicants are also required to submit an Application for Enrolment to the College prior to consideration.

To apply for a Junior School Academic Scholarship, register for the acer online scholarship examination at http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1388, submit a Portfolio of Achievement and Application for Scholarship and Application for Enrolment Form (for new enrolments) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

If you have any questions regarding the Junior School Academic Scholarship process, please contact the Nowra Anglican College Director of Community Relations, Mrs Gina Black on 02 4421 7711. If you have any problems registering, please contact ACER: scholarships@acer.edu.au

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM

General Excellence Scholarships

The College offers General Excellence scholarships (at a range of percentages: 25% to 50%) to students wishing to attend Year 7 in 2019. Scholarships are awarded to candidates who have achieved and participate highly in a range of areas such as academic, sporting, music, leadership, Christian participation, debating, dance, drama or public speaking. General Excellence Scholarship recipients are asked to demonstrate their willingness to contribute fully to the life of the College.

Scholarships are awarded dependent on the results of the ACER Scholarship examination and submission of a portfolio including a cover letter demonstrating a commitment to contribute fully to the life of the College and an interview with the Executive Principal.

To apply for a General Excellence Scholarship, register for the acer online scholarship examination at http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1387, submit a Portfolio of Achievement and Application for Scholarship and Application for Enrolment Form (for new enrolments) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541. If you have any problems registering, please contact ACER: scholarships@acer.edu.au

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM

Performing Arts Scholarships

Nowra Anglican College offers highly sought-after Performing Arts Scholarships (at a range of percentages: 25% to 50%) through a competitive application and live audition process. These Music Scholarships recognise potential and provide students the opportunity to develop their musical gifts and talents.


Music scholarships are open to many disciplines including:

  • strings
  • woodwind
  • brass
  • piano (classical or jazz)
  • singing (classical or contemporary)
  • percussion (drum kit and auxillary percussion)
  • composition
  • dance
  • drama

Students and non-students of Nowra Anglican College are encouraged to apply for this excellent opportunity to grow as a performer.

Auditions will be held for students who have already received a high pass in  AMEB examinations or equivalent. It is expected that a student in Year 7 would be working at a Grade IV AMEB standard in their chosen instrument.

Applications from pianists will not be accepted unless they play a second instrument.

Performing Arts Scholarships are open to students presently enrolled at the College and to students wishing to enter Nowra Anglican College from 2019. Scholarships are subject to an application process and shortlisted candidates are invited to interview and audition with the Executive Principal, Coordinator of Performing Arts and their nominated panel members.

To apply for a Nowra Anglican College Performing Arts Scholarship, complete and return the Performing Arts Scholarship Application Form, Portfolio of Achievement and Application for Enrolment Form (for new enrolments) by Friday 23 March 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

Applicants will be shortlisted and invited to audition at the School during April 2018, on a date to be confirmed.

If you have any questions regarding the Performing Arts Scholarship audition or process, please contact the Nowra Anglican College Director of Community Relations, Mrs Gina Black on 02 4421 7711.

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Fresh Start Scholarships

Nowra Anglican College offers Fresh Start scholarships to students (at a range of percentages: 25% to 50%) both within and outside the current College community experiencing financial or other hardship who would benefit from attending the College. Scholarships are awarded dependent on the submission of a portfolio, demonstration of hardship and an interview with the candidate and their parent/s or carer/s. Scholarship candidates are required to complete the Fresh Start Scholarship Application and submit a portfolio.

To apply for a Nowra Anglican College Fresh Start Scholarship, complete and return the Fresh Start Application Form, Portfolio of Achievement and Financial Hardship Form and Application for Enrollment Form (for new enrolments) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

If you have any questions regarding the Fresh Start Scholarship process, please contact the Nowra Anglican College Director of Community Relations, Mrs Gina Black on 02 4421 7711.

DOWNLOAD Application Form

Indigenous Scholarships

Nowra Anglican College offers scholarships  (at a range of percentages: 25% to 50%) to Indigenous students enrolled or wishing to join the current College community for Year 5, 2019 who would benefit from attending the College. Scholarships are awarded dependent on the submission of a portfolio, demonstration of aboriginality and an interview with the candidate and their parent/s or carer/s. Scholarship candidates are required to complete the Indigenous Scholarship Application and submit a portfolio.

To apply for a Nowra Anglican College Indigenous Scholarship, complete and return the Indigenous Application Form, Portfolio of Achievement and Application for Scholarship and Application for Enrolment Form (for new students) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

If you have any questions regarding the Indigenous Scholarship process, please contact the Nowra Anglican College Director of Community Relations, Mrs Gina Black on 02 4421 7711.

Download Application Form

Mathematics and Science Scholarship

These are available for students commencing or currently at Nowra Anglican College in Years 10 and 11. These Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate strength in the areas of Mathematics and/or Science.

To apply for a Mathematics and Science Scholarship, register for the ACER online scholarship examination at http://scholarships.acer.edu.au/intro/1387, submit a Portfolio of Achievement and Application for Scholarship and Application for Enrollment Form (for new students) by Friday 2 February 2018 to Mrs Gina Black, Director of Community Relations, Nowra Anglican College, PO Box 2382, Bomaderry NSW 2541.

Download Application Form

 

Principles to be applied

  1. Up to two full Scholarships in Years 5,7,9 and 11 are offered each year.
  2. ACER. be engaged as the external body used to assess Academic Scholarship applicants. Testing is conducted in February of each year to offer scholarships in June.
  3. The Principal, at his/her discretion, may grant either 25%, 50%, or 75% scholarships. The decision for Academic scholarships is to be based on the results of the examinations of the external testing agency, ACER.
  4. Scholarships are normally granted for the remainder of the student’s education at the College subject to annual review by the Principal. In this review the Principal will examine the Scholarship holder’s academic record over the past year as well as his/her contribution to the full life of the College community. Both need to be deemed satisfactory for the Scholarship to be extended into the next academic year.
  5. In the case of Performing Arts Scholarships, the student must choose at least Music/Drama/Dance, as an elective subject in Years 9-12 (if these subjects are offered as an elective) and participate in two ensembles such as the College Orchestra, Choir or Dance Troupe. The student will also be expected to make a contribution to special occasions from time to time.
  6. The Scholarship is offered for tuition fees only. All other fees, for example, service fees, uniform costs, representative trips and outdoor education are not covered by the Scholarship.
  7. All bursaries and scholarships or other financial assistance will be repayable if the recipient is withdrawn or enrolled in another school before the completion of the student’s Higher School Certificate, unless the family is obliged to relocate to another part of the state (or Commonwealth) as a result of changed family or employment circumstances.

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