Scholarships

Scholarship Information 

Peter Carnley Anglican Community School offers a number of scholarships to current and prospective students.

THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIPS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED.

The John Moody Scholarship for Excellence in Sport (Closed)

This scholarship is awarded to current or prospective students who demonstrate outstanding sporting ability, general academic excellence and are a positive and active ambassador for Sport in their School community.  The value and duration of the Scholarship is at the discretion of the Principal.  Students from different year levels will be considered for this scholarship.  Application for this scholarship is by written application form and interview.  

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM

The Grace and Truth Scholarship (Closed)

This scholarship is awarded to current or prospective students who face economic, social or other disadvantage, which would make enrolment at Peter Carnley Anglican Community School very difficult.  The value and duration of the Scholarship is at the discretion of the Principal.  Students from different year levels will be considered for this scholarship.  Application for this scholarship is by written application form and interview.     

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM


THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIPS WILL OPEN EARLY 2019:

The Archbishop Dr Peter Carnley Scholarship for Academic Excellence

This scholarship is awarded to current or prospective students who demonstrate outstanding Academic Excellence. The value and duration of the Scholarship is at the discretion of the Principal and is subject to the student maintaining a high level of academic achievement.  Students from different year levels will be considered for this scholarship.  Application for this scholarship is by written application form, Academic Examination and an interview.   

The Bishop David Murray Scholarship for Leadership / Citizenship

This scholarship is awarded to current or prospective students who demonstrate the values of the School: Spirituality, Excellence, Honesty, Respect, Acceptance and Justice.  The selected student also demonstrates a positive contribution to the School and the wider community.    The value and duration of the Scholarship is at the discretion of the Principal. Students from different year levels will be considered for this scholarship.  Application for this scholarship is by written application form, Academic Examination and an interview.   

All-rounder Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to current or prospective students who add value to the life of the School in areas of service, culture, sport and academia. All round excellence will benchmark this student. Characteristically, this student will be a strong academic achiever, with demonstrated strengths across a number of areas, such as sport, drama, music, visual arts and language.  The value and duration of the Scholarship is at the discretion of the Principal.  Students from different year levels will be considered for this scholarship.  Application for this scholarship is by written application form, Academic Examination and an interview. 

The Lindbeck Family Scholarship

This scholarship is open to current students, and is awarded at the discretion of the Principal rather than by direct application. The Lindbeck Family Scholarship is awarded to a student in Year 11 for the duration of one academic year.   The recipient will have demonstrated sound academic achievement, a positive attitude and strong leadership, will have complied with the standards and expectations of the School and will be an exemplary role model.

Scholarship Examination

The School engages an external service provider who specialises in the examination of academic scholarship applicants. Academic Assessment Services will conduct the School’s Scholarship Examinations at a cost of $100.00 per student.  This cost will be paid by the applicant. It is important to note that Peter Carnley Anglican Community School does not deliver, compile or participate in the marking of the examination.  Academic Assessment Services will provide the School with a detailed report outlining student achievement at the conclusion of the process.