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Apply today for an academic, IB, music or all-rounder scholarship.
Saturday 18 June 2016, 9.30am
Saturday 13 August 2016, 9.30am
St Peter’s Girls’ School offers a range of academic, music and all rounder scholarships to acknowledge and encourage excellence.
A scholarship at St Peter’s Girls could open the door for your daughter to nurture her curiosity and challenge herself to achieve her best. St Peter’s Girls’ School offers a range of scholarships to acknowledge and encourage excellence across a variety of teaching and learning programs.
Many scholarships are available to new students who might otherwise not have the opportunity to attend the School. Criteria such as school reports, examination results, personal interview and in the case of music scholarships, performance, are used to award scholarships.
When scholarships are open, application details, criteria and closing dates will be detailed on this page. Some scholarships are open to new students, while others are offered to students already enrolled at the School.
Current scholarship opportunities
Applications close June 2016
St Peter’s Girls is currently seeking applications from students wishing to commence in 2017:
- Academic Scholarships – open to students entering Years 5, 7 or 11
- Principal’s All Rounder – for Years 7–11 students who have proven all-round ability both inside and outside the classroom
- Music Scholarship – for outstanding musicians to enter in Years 7–11
- IB Scholarship – for Years 10–11 students wishing to undertake the highly regarded IB Diploma course
Applications close soon – so please contact us if your daughter may be interested in applying.
Scholarship opportunities for 2018 will be published in October 2016.
Outstanding results from 2015
At St Peter’s Girls there are no obstacles which prevent your daughter from exploring her chosen field.
Congratulations to the Class of 2015
The Year 12 Class of 2015 achieved excellent SACE and IB Diploma results, including combined results of:
- 19.6% of students achieving an ATAR over 99
- 42.8% of students achieving an ATAR over 95
St Peter’s Girls’ School has a long history of consistently strong academic results. Our innovative teaching and learning programs, and careful individual mentoring of each student, ensure your daughter can reach her full potential and gain the best Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) possible.
Scholarship enquiries can be directed to:
Phone: +61 (08) 8334 2215
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