Roseville College scholarships are offered to girls entering Senior School. As a non-selective school with high value on personalised learning and an enviable reputation for its welcoming community, the College has high demand on places, with extensive waitlists in place for some years. With an emphasis on equipping each girl to realise her purpose in life, our Scholarship Program is valued for its role in evincing excellence in learning, such as participation in initiatives such as the internationally accredited Cambridge Courses in Years 9 – 10. As a result, scholarship entry into the Senior School can be competitive.

2020 Scholarships

  • Academic Scholarship for Year 7 Entry
  • Academic Scholarship for Year 10 Entry
  • Academic Scholarship for Year 11 Entry
  • Music Scholarships for Year 7 Entry
  • Music Scholarships for Year 10 Entry
  • Music Scholarships for Year 11 Entry
  • All Rounder Scholarships for Year 7 Entry
  • All Rounder Scholarships for Year 10 Entry

For further details of each scholarship see below.

All enquiries about scholarships should be made with the College Registrar. All scholarship applications must be completed on line through the School website. Families will receive a copy of their daughter’s results by the end of Term 2.

Please apply here.

Academic Scholarships – for entry to Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11

Academic Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, as determined by the Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services) held at Roseville College. Supporting documentation, including school reports, external competition reports and references is also assessed. Current and new students are eligible to apply; but only short listed candidates are interviewed by the Principal.

Scholarships cover tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by parents at the full rate. Full or part remission of fees may also be offered. The remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the completion of Year 12, subject to excellent academic progress, commitment to the School and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review.

Music Scholarships - for entry to Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11

Music Scholarships are assessed based on results of the Academic Scholarship test and supporting documentation, including school reports and evidence of participation in school music programs, and by audition. Current and new students are eligible to apply; but only short listed candidates are invited to auditions at Roseville College on Monday 4 March, from 3.30pm (candidates will be notified of audition times).

The minimum standard (AMEB Grade level or equivalent) suggested for audition selection is:

  • Students in Year 6 (2019) – An A grade pass in: Grade 6 Piano, Grade 6 Strings, Grade 5 Wind/Brass/Percussion
  • Students in Year 9 (2019) – An A grade pass in: Grade 7 Piano, Grade 7 Strings, Grade 6 Wind/Brass/Percussion
  • Students in Year 10 (2019) – An A grade pass in: Grade 8 Piano, Grade 8 Strings, Grade 7 Wind/Brass/Percussion

Scholarships cover tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by parents at the full rate. Full or part remission of fees may be offered. The remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the completion of Year 12, subject to satisfactory academic progress and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review. Music scholars are also required to undertake elective Music studies to HSC level and to be involved in a range of music activities, as instructed by the Head of Music.

All Rounder Scholarships - for entry to Year 7 and Year 10

All Rounder Scholarships are awarded on the basis of all round excellence, including assessment by the Academic Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services) held at Roseville College. Supporting documentation, including school reports and references, is required. This Scholarship is offered to a girl who shows all round ability and a willingness to actively involve herself in the co-curricular life of the school, coupled with a demonstrated involvement in community service and/or student leadership programs.

All Rounder Scholarship candidates must submit a covering letter addressed to the Principal (written by the student), a copy of their last two school reports and a three (3) minute video supplied on a USB. The video should highlight achievements and contributions within their school and the community including Christian/Community Service, Leadership, Performing/Creative Arts, Public Speaking and Sport. Please note, we expect the video to be prepared by the student. Videos longer than three (3) minutes will not be considered. Short listed candidates only will be interviewed by the Principal.

Scholarships cover tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by parents at the full rate. Full or part remission of fees may be offered. The remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the completion of Year 12, subject to satisfactory academic progress, on-going commitment to the School’s co-curricular program and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review.

Foundation Scholarship

The Foundation Scholarship is open to students who do not currently attend Roseville College, who wish to attend for Years 10, 11 and 12.

It is based on academic merit and financial need.

Foundation Scholarship applications for 2019 have now closed.