SCHOLARSHIPS

The following Scholarships for 2021 are available at Trinity Anglican College. Applications close Monday 9 March 2020.

Academic – Click here to REGISTER to sit the Academic Test. Click here to SUBMIT your CV and supporting documents

Citizenship & Service  – Click HERE to apply

Performing Arts – Click HERE to apply

Sporting – Click HERE to apply

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW

  • Scholarships are offered at the discretion of the Principal.
  • If there is no applicant considered worthy, a scholarship does not have to be offered.
  • In the annual review, scholarship recipients are required to submit a short report on what they have done and why they should keep the scholarship.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP

Nature:

Academic Excellence. The recipient must be an outstanding academic and show strong commitment to his/her studies. He/she will be able to detail achievements in areas outside and inside the academic program.

Application:

The applicant must:

  • register online for the academic test with AAS and pay the registration fee ($125),
    early term 1
  • sit the academic test on the given date,
  • submit a Letter of Introduction and a detailed curriculum vitae addressing the criteria
  • submit a mid-year and yearly school report from the previous year, and
  • be prepared to attend an academic scholarship interview, at which a Portfolio of Evidence will be presented and discussed.

The success of applicants will be based on their written application, the interview and their performance in the academic test.

Tenure:

Available to students entering Years 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11, in the year following application. Tenable for the remaining years at Trinity Anglican College if scholarship criteria are maintained. (An annual review is conducted on all scholarship holders.)

Value:

25%-50% (Minor) or 100% (Major) remission of tuition fees for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College.

Criteria:  

Criteria and (evidence) required for award:

  • Excellent performance on the AAS Academic test
  • Demonstrated academic commitment (i.e. school reports and NAPLAN results)
  • Demonstrated history of achievement at school or in the community (i.e. awards or certificates received)
  • Personal qualities (school reports or references)
    • Honesty
    • Trustworthiness
    • Punctuality
    • Cooperation
    • Commitment
  • Ability to contribute to the co-curricular program at Trinity Anglican College

CITIZENSHIP AND SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP

Nature:

The recipient need not necessarily be an outstanding academic, but must show a strong commitment to his/her studies. He/she will be able to detail achievements in areas outside and/or inside the academic program that clearly demonstrate outstanding citizenship and/or service.

Application:

The applicant must:

  • submit a Trinity Anglican College Citizenship and Service Scholarship online application form by the closing date
  • pay the application fee ($50)
  • submit a letter of introduction and a detailed curriculum vitae addressing the criteria
  • submit a mid year and yearly school report from the previous year
  • be prepared to attend a scholarship interview, at which a Portfolio of Evidence in support of the application will be presented and discussed.

The success of applicants will be based on their capacity to meet the criteria, their written application and their interview.

Tenure:

Available to students entering Years 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11, in the year following application. Tenable for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College if scholarship criteria are maintained. (An annual review is conducted on all scholarship holders.)

Value:

15-40% remission of tuition fees

Criteria

Criteria and (evidence) required for award:

  • Demonstrated academic commitment (i.e. school reports and NAPLAN results)
  • Demonstrated history of achievement at school or in the community (i.e. awards or certificates received)
  • Personal qualities (i.e. school reports or references)
    • Honesty
    • Trustworthiness
    • Punctuality
    • Cooperation
    • Commitment
  • Ability to contribute to the co-curricular program at Trinity Anglican College
  • Proven record of commitment and contribution to community events and activities.

PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIP

Nature:

Music, Drama or Dance Excellence. The recipient must be an outstanding performer within their chosen field. They will have experience performing at a high level either as a soloist or in a recognised group/ensemble. They must show a strong commitment to his/her performing arts field. He/she will be able to detail achievements in their chosen genre.

Application:

The applicant must:

  • submit a Trinity Anglican College Performing Arts Scholarship online application form by the closing date
  • pay the application fee ($50)
  • submit a letter of introduction and a detailed curriculum vitae addressing the criteria
  • submit a mid-year and yearly school report from the previous year
  • be prepared to attend an audition and a scholarship interview, at which a Portfolio of Evidence in support of the application will be presented and discussed.

The success of applicants will be based on their ability in performing arts, written application and their audition and interview.

Tenure:

Available to students entering Years 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11, in the year following application. Tenable for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College if scholarship criteria are maintained. (An annual review is conducted on all scholarship holders.)

Value:

15-40% remission of tuition fees for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College.

Criteria

Criteria and evidence required for award:

  • Demonstrated academic commitment (i.e. school reports and NAPLAN results)
  • Demonstrated achievement in chosen performance field, at school or within the community (i.e. awards/certificates/selections received)
  • Personal qualities (school reports or references)
    • Honesty
    • Trustworthiness
    • Punctuality
    • Cooperation
    • Commitment

Ability to contribute to the performance co-curricular program at Trinity Anglican College.

SPORTING SCHOLARSHIP

Nature:

Sporting Excellence. The recipient must be an outstanding sportsperson in their chosen field. They will have represented or achieved at, at least regional level. They must show a strong commitment to his/her sport. He/she will be able to detail achievements in their chosen sport.

Application:

The applicant must

  • submit a Trinity Anglican College Sporting Scholarship online application form by the closing date
  • pay the application fee ($50)
  • submit a Letter of Introduction and a detailed curriculum vitae addressing the criteria
  • Submit a mid-year and yearly school report from the previous year.
  • be prepared to attend a scholarship interview, at which a Portfolio of Evidence in support of the application will be presented and discussed.

The success of applicants will be based on their sporting results, written application and their interview.

Tenure:

Available to students entering Years 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11, in the year following application. Tenable for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College if scholarship criteria are maintained.  (An annual review is conducted on all Scholarship holders.)

Value:

15-40% remission of tuition fees for remaining years at Trinity Anglican College.

Criteria:

Criteria and evidence required for award:

  • Demonstrated academic commitment (i.e. school reports and NAPLAN results)
  • Demonstrated achievement in chosen sporting field, at school/in the community/at state or national level (i.e. awards/certificates/selections received)
  • Personal qualities (i.e. school reports or references)
    • Honesty
    • Trustworthiness
    • Punctuality
    • Cooperation
    • Commitment
  • Ability to contribute to the sporting co-curricular program at Trinity Anglican College.