The Kilvington Scholarship Program
It is an expectation that successful candidates will participate fully in school life and commit to the School through to the end of Year 12. Scholarships are tenable up to and including Year 12 and are open to prospective and current students. All scholarships are offered at the Principal’s discretion.
In addition to our Application and Enrolment fees, the School requires a Holding Fee of $2,000 per scholarship place. This fee will be credited against Term 2 tuition fees in the year of entry. Should the student not take up the place, the Application, Enrolment and Holding fees are non-refundable ($3,000.00 in total).
Please note, should the Principal offer your child a scholarship, acceptance of the scholarship is required within two business days of the offer together with payment in full of the Application, Enrolment and Holding fees.
Applications for our 2019 Scholarship Program will open in October/November 2017.
See Kilvington’s 2016 VCE & NAPLAN Results.
Academic Excellence Scholarships
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of the independent academic examination and an interview.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of a music audition, an interview and the independent academic examination. Candidates must show musical promise and display an obvious commitment and willingness to participate in school music activities. Prerequisite skill levels required are a minimum of AMEB Grade 4 level for Years 5 & 6 entry, AMEB Grade 5 level for Year 7 entry and AMEB Grade 6 level for Year 9 entry.
A portfolio containing the candidate’s two most recent school reports, NAPLAN results, music examination reports and information including levels of achievement in any other activities they are involved in, must be submitted to the Director of Admissions prior to the academic test date.
General Excellence Scholarships
General Excellence scholarships are awarded on the basis of the independent academic examination, an interview and evidence of the candidate’s active participation in a range of activities (for example, sport, music, creative arts, and programs that benefit the community). These activities may be school or community-based.
A portfolio containing the candidate’s two most recent school reports and information including levels of achievement in any other activities they are involved in, must be submitted to the Director of Admissions prior to the academic test date.
For further information, please contact our Director of Admissions, Ms Liz Chegwin, on 03 9578 6231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.