2019 Scholarships & Bursaries Testing

2019 Scholarships & Bursaries Testing

2019 Scholarships & Bursaries Testing

St Hilda’s School has helped to nurture the success stories of thousands of women around the world, many now leading the way in their chosen field.
As part of our commitment to cultivating the talents of individual students, St Hilda’s School offers scholarships and bursaries each year to students entering Years 7 to 11:

  • Academic Scholarship: For students entering Years 7 to 11 who demonstrate academic excellence in their school record and in the scholarship test.
  • Sporting Excellence Scholarship: For students entering Years 7, 8, 9 or 10 who demonstrate a history of excellence in sport at an elite level and sustained academic endeavor.
  • Music Scholarship: For music students of any instrumental or vocal study entering Years 7, 8, 9 or 10. AMEB Grade 3 or higher is the minimum performance standard required.
  • OGA Bursary: St Hilda’s Old Girls’ Association offers a scholarship for the daughter or granddaughter of an OGA member entering as a new student in Years 7 to 11, who has demonstrated academic excellence in their school record and scholarship testing.
  • Boarding Scholarship and Bursary: Girls wanting to experience boarding and St Hilda’s Character and Leadership Development opportunities and who can demonstrate academic excellence in scholarship testing, are encouraged to apply for a Boarding Bursary.

Scholarships and Bursaries provide part remission of tuition fees or boarding fees. Recipients are expected to commit to the life and values of the school, demonstrate active leadership and contribute fully to the academic and co-curricular programs.


The 2019 Scholarship Test will be conducted 23 February 2018. In order to be eligible, you must:

  1. Register via EduTest

  2. Email or post supporting documentation (please find details below).
  3. If you are not a current student or already enrolled at St Hilda’s School, please submit an Application for Enrolment. You may do so via our Online Application or by downloading our Application for Enrolment Form.

Dates: Registration closes Friday 16 February 2018 (Late fee submission will be charged from the 17-19 February 2018)
Successful applicants must be available Thursday 15 March or Friday 16 March 2018 for an interview with the Principal.

Cost: The EduTest registration fee is $80. Late registration will incur a fee of $230.

Venue: Testing will take place at St Hilda’s School, Southport. Remote testing is also available. To sit the test at a remote venue (other than at St Hilda’s) please contact remote@edutest.com.au immediately upon completing your registration.


All candidates: Please provide two sets of photocopies of the following documents in support of your Scholarship Application prior to Monday 19 February 2018.

  • Copies of Semester 1 and 2, 2017 School Reports
  • Most recent NAPLAN results

Excellence Scholarship candidates (external candidates only) must also provide:

  • a Curriculum Vitae of achievements and awards demonstrating excellence in their field of endeavour over 2016-17.

Music Scholarship candidates (external candidates only) must also provide:

  • a Curriculum Vitae of the candidate’s musical involvement and achievements over the past two years including the instrument/s played, level achieved, their teacher/s, and musical participation (eg. bands, ensembles, choirs)
  • Photocopies of achievements/awards (eg. Music Exam results, Eisteddfod Prizes etc).

Music Auditions will be held Friday 23 February from 3.45pm – 6pm. The time of your audition will be emailed to you separately. Please confirm this time by return email. If a mutually convenient time isn’t available then a recorded audition may be possible.

Supporting Documentation is to be posted or emailed to:
2019 Scholarships
Head of Admissions
St Hilda’s School
PO Box 290

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