Snowy Mountains Grammar School offers a limited number of Scholarships in the Senior School that are made available each year to students commencing in Years 7 to 11. Scholarships for Senior School students commencing in Years 7 to 11 are offered for the duration of a student’s remaining years at Snowy Mountains Grammar School until completion of Year 12.

We are delighted to announce that from 2017, we will also now offer Junior School scholarships for students entering Year 5 or 6 including students commencing in these year levels in 2017.

Scholarships in the Junior School are for a one-year (Year 6 student) or a two-year (Year 5 student) period. Students continuing their education in the Senior School at Snowy Mountains Grammar School will then be eligible to apply for a scholarship within this period for Year 7 for a further six-year period.

For further information on Scholarships, please use our online enquiry form or contact:

Angela Dutch
Registrar

Click Here to Enquire Online
info@smgs.nsw.edu.au
(02) 6457 1022

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN

Academic Excellence Scholarships

Academic Excellence Scholarships
Year 5 or Year 6

Academic Year: 2017
Open To: Years 5 & 6
Closing Date: Closed for 2017

Open to new and current students entering Year 5 or Year 6 offering a limited number of scholarships within the Junior School providing up to 50% remission of academic tuition fees. Continuing students are then eligible to apply for a Scholarship in the Senior School, for the duration of schooling.

  • Applicants are required to provide their most recent 3 Semester School Reports (18 months), most recent NAPLAN results and may include external testing competition results (i.e.: ICAS or equivalent) or other supporting relevant documentation
  • Applicants should include a cover letter outlining suitability to be considered for the scholarship (max. 350 words)
  • All shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with the Principal
  • Applications for 2017 close 4pm Wednesday 14 December, 2016.

Closed for 2017

Academic Excellence Scholarships
Year 7 to Year 11

Academic Year: 2018
Open To: Years 7 to 11
Closing Date: Closed for 2017

Open to new and current students entering Year 7 or Year 11 offering a limited number of scholarships providing up to 50% remission of academic tuition fees for up to a six-year period, subject to annual review.

  • All applicants are required to complete the external ACER scholarship entry examination (see below for further information). For 2018 scholarships, the ACER exam will be held at Snowy Mountains Grammar School on Saturday 25 February, 2017.
  • Applicants are required to provide their most recent 3 Semester School Reports (18 months), most recent NAPLAN results and may include external testing competition results (i.e.: ICAS or equivalent) or other supporting relevant documentation.
  • Applicants should include a cover letter outlining suitability to be considered for the scholarship (max. 350 words).
  • All shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with the Principal.
  • Applications are open for the 2018 academic year

Closed for 2017

ACER Scholarship Examination

Examinations for Years 7 to 11 Academic Excellence scholarship testing will be held at Snowy Mountains Grammar School on the morning of Saturday 25 February 2017, with registrations opening in mid-September 2016. An application fee of $110 is required when registering with ACER. Applicants register online through the ACER site before the closing date. https://www.acer.edu.au/scholarship

General Excellence Merit Scholarships

A range of Merit Scholarships are also available. See below for further information.

General Excellence Merit Scholarships
Year 5 or Year 6

Academic Year: 2017
Open To: Years 5 & 6
Closing Date: Closed for 2017

Open to new and current students entering Year 5 or Year 6 offering a limited number of scholarships providing up to 40% remission of academic tuition fees. Continuing students are then eligible to apply for a Scholarship in the Senior School for the duration of schooling. Merit Scholarships are for areas of general excellence including sporting, musical/vocal performance as well as involvement in a wide range of other relevant activities including public speaking, debating, drama or art.

  • Applicants must be performing at a very high level in relevant (to SMGS) sporting performance in at least one sport (i.e.: ideally participating at National level) or multiple sports if at a lower level, and provide details including substantiation if required; or,
  • Actively involved in learning an instrument /voice demonstrating a commitment to further developing such as receiving lessons, regular practice, and participating in performances or examinations
  • Applicants are required to provide their most recent 2 Semester School Reports (12 months) demonstrating a strong commitment to academic learning, and include the most recent NAPLAN results
  • Applicants should include a cover letter outlining suitability to be considered for the scholarship (max. 350 words)
  • Submit a video of one solo performance piece in the area instrument / vocal area of specialisation (max 5 minute) (for those applying with this as their area of Merit)
  • All shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with the Principal
  • Applications for 2017 close 4pm Wednesday 14 December, 2016.

Closed for 2017

General Excellence Merit Scholarships
Year 7 to Year 11

Academic Year: 2018
Open To: Years 7 to 11
Closing Date: Closed for 2017

Open to new and current students entering Year 7 to Year 11 offering a limited number of scholarships providing up to 40% remission of academic tuition fees for a six-year period, subject to annual review. Merit Scholarships are for areas of general excellence including sporting, musical/vocal performance as well as involvement in a wide range of other relevant activities including public speaking, debating, drama or art.

  • Applicants must be performing at a very high level in relevant (to SMGS) sports, in at least one sport (i.e.: participating at national level) or multiple sports if at a lower level, and provide details, including substantiation if required; or being actively involved in learning an instrument /voice demonstrating a commitment to further development, such as receiving lessons, regular practice and undertaking AMEB examinations or equivalent.
  • Applicants are required to provide their most recent 2 Semester School Reports (12 months), demonstrating a strong commitment to academic learning; provide the most recent NAPLAN results, and may include external testing competition results (i.e.: ICAS or equivalent) or other supporting relevant academic documentation.
  • Applicants should include a cover letter outlining suitability to be considered for the scholarship (max. 350 words).
  • Applicants should submit a video of one solo performance piece in the instrument / vocal area of specialisation (max 5 minutes) (for those applying with this as their area of Merit).
  • All shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with the Principal
  • Applications are open for the 2018 academic year

Closed for 2017

Other Scholarships

Snowy Monaro Region Community Merit Scholarship
2017

Academic Year: 2017
Open To: Years 7 to 11
Closing Date: Wed 31 May 2017

This is awarded to a student entering Years 7 to 11 who demonstrates outstanding commitment to their chosen area of excellence and is already pursuing this with great determination, passion and commitment.

This can be in academic excellence or in general excellence areas. This scholarship provides up to 100% remission of the tuition fee for up to a six-year period, subject to annual renewal. This scholarship is available to be awarded to a student currently residing in the local Monaro region.

  • Applicants must be performing at a very high level (i.e: national level or equivalent) in their chosen activity in an area relevant to SMGS
  • Applicants are required to provide their most recent 2 Semester School Reports (12 months), most recent NAPLAN results
  • Applicants should include a cover letter outlining why they would like to be considered for the scholarship (max. 600 words)
  • Parents may be required to provide some relevant financial evidence to support the application criteria
  • All shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with the Principal
  • Applications are currently open
How To Apply