Sacré Cœur is offering Music Scholarships for students not currently attending Sacré Cœur who will be entering Years 9 and 10 in 2014.
All applications will be assessed on the basis of this application, an audition, school reports and an interview. Applications from students involved in Brass, Woodwind and Lower Strings are encouraged.
Students invited for audition will be required to perform two contrasting works. One work must be accompanied by piano. An accompanist is required and Sacré Cœur can arrange this if necessary. Technical work, aural tests and sight reading may also be included at the discretion of Music Staff. Documentary evidence is required to verify performance standards, including a copy of the required level’s examination results and examiner’s comments.
Year 9 and Year 10 Music Scholarships provide partial remission of tuition fees and music tuition on the student’s chief instrument until the end of Year 12, subject to their continuing superior performance, active participation in relevant ensembles and excellent attendance.
To apply for a Music Scholarship, please complete the application which can be downloaded from the link below. Applications will be considered as received.
Sacré Cœur is offering Academic Scholarships for students not currently attending Sacré Cœur who will be entering Years 9, 10 and 11 in 2014.
All applications will be assessed on the basis of their application, an interview and school reports.
Academic Scholarships provide partial remission of tuition fees (subject to the Principal’s discretion) until the end of Year 12, subject to their continuing superior performance and active participation in school life.
To apply for an Academic Scholarship, please complete the application which can be downloaded from the link below. Applications will be considered as received.
Academic and Music Scholarships do not include:
Applications are invited for scholarships to commence at Sacré Cœur at Year 5 2014.
Academic scholarships are based on examination and interviews and are open to students currently attending Sacré Cœur and students attending other schools. Candidates shortlisted for interviews on the basis of their examinations will be asked to submit their most recent school report and a reference from the applicant's School Principal or a character reference from a referee of their own choice.
All scholarships are tenable until the end of Year 6 only and are awarded at the discretion of the Principal. There are clear expectations with regard to students’ attitude and effort to ensure that scholarships are maintained. Applicants will have the opportunity to reapply for scholarships which will be offered from Year 7 2016.
The School will not enter into discussions concerning reasons for not awarding scholarships to unsuccessful applicants.