Scholarships

John Paul College offers a range of scholarships to support students in their area/s of personal talent. Scholarships are available for current and new, domestic Middle and Senior School students; and are awarded for excellence in Academics, Performing Arts and Sport.

 

Academic Scholarships

Academic Scholarships at John Paul College are awarded on a range of criteria.

To be eligible for consideration of an Academic Scholarship, both current and external students in Year 6 and Year 9, 2017, must register for the College’s Scholarship Testing.

Scholarship testing was conducted on Saturday, 25 February.

Registration for academic scholarship testing for 2018 has closed. 

Details for next year’s academic testing will be made available during Term 4, 2017.

 

Excellence Scholarships

Current and external students in Year 6 and Year 9 2017, demonstrating excellence in Academics and Performing Arts, or Academics and Sport, or Performing Arts and Sport are invited to apply for an Excellence Scholarship.

Students wishing to apply for an Excellence Scholarship (and for whom, academics is an area of excellence) are encouraged to register for the College’s Scholarship Testing.

 

Performing Arts

Interested applicants in Year 6 to Year 10 2017 demonstrating advanced skills in one or more of the following areas are encouraged to apply:

  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Music (Vocal, Instrumental – AMEB Grade 5 standard)
  • Cheerleading

For further information regarding Performing Arts Scholarships, please visit Performing Arts Scholarships.

 

Sport

Interested applicants in Year 6 to Year 10 2017 who have gained representative selection, to a minimum standard of regional level may apply.

 

Scholarships for Future Students

John Paul College will continue to offer a range of scholarships to support students in their area/s of personal talent. Scholarships will be available for current and new, domestic Middle and Senior School students; and awarded for excellence in Academics, Performing Arts and Sport.

 

Academic Scholarships

To be eligible for consideration of an Academic Scholarship, both current and external students in Year 6 and Year 9 will be required to register for the College’s Scholarship Testing.

Scholarship testing is usually conducted in February of each year.

Students will also be required to submit a folio, displaying copies of reports, certificates, photos and so on, that provide evidence of the child’s whole, school life including:

  • a personal introductory letter drafted by the student
  • examples of personal achievements (including two years of school reports, NAPLAN results, competition results such as ICAS, workshop/s);
  • examples of co-curricular commitments;
  • evidence of community involvement;
  • evidence of any other significant achievements (leadership, creativity, initiative, self-motivation, reasoning, resilience, responsibility).

Interviews will be conducted with shortlisted students.

 

Excellence Scholarships

Current and external students demonstrating excellence in Academics and Performing Arts, or Academics and Sport, or Performing Arts and Sport may apply for an Excellence Scholarship.

Students wishing to apply for an Excellence Scholarship (and for whom, academics is an area of excellence) are encouraged to take part in the College’s Scholarship Testing.

Students are also required to submit a folio, as outlined above, in Academic Scholarships.

Interviews and auditions, where appropriate are conducted with shortlisted students.

 

Performing Arts Scholarships

Interested applicants in Year 6 to Year 10 demonstrating advanced skills in one or more of the following areas may apply:

  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Music (Vocal, Instrumental – AMEB Grade 5 standard)
  • Cheerleading
  • Circus

Students will also be required to submit a folio.

Interviews and auditions, where appropriate are conducted with shortlisted students.

 

Sport

Interested applicants in Year 6 to Year 10 who have gained representative selection, to a minimum standard of regional level may apply.

Students will also be required to submit a folio, as outlined above, in Academic Scholarships.

Interviews are conducted with shortlisted students.

 

For further information, please contact the Registrar’s Office (Ph: 07 3826 3305), or via email at lstrudwick@jpc.qld.edu.au