Scholarships and Bursaries for 2023 enrolment are now closed. 

Scholarships

Snowy Mountains Grammar School offers a limited number of Scholarships in the Middle and Senior School each year to students commencing in Years 7 to 11. Scholarships are typically offered for the duration of a student’s remaining years at Snowy Mountains Grammar School until completion of Year 12, subject to periodic review based on behaviour, general application and continuation of the selected area of meritorious performance. These Scholarships range from Academic Excellence, Science and Innovation, the Arts, Citizenship and General Excellence.

Academic Scholarships
 
All students wishing to apply for an academic scholarship must sit the ACER Scholarship Test either at SMGS or at another testing location.
 
Learn more about the ACER Scholarship Test here: https://www.acer.edu.au/scholarship .
 

Bursaries

SMGS also considers and provides for a limited number of bursaries for families who otherwise could not attend the School. These are means-tested and reflect the circumstances of the individual family situation involving financial hardship. 

View and download the Scholarship & Bursary booklet here.

Available Scholarships and Bursaries

  • Academic Excellence 
  • General Excellence Merit 
  • Music and Arts
  • Snowy Monaro Community Excellence
  • Snowy Monaro Community Citizenship
  • Excellence or Innovation in Science and Technology
  • Rural Farming
  • Boarding

Timeline for Academic Scholarships

Timeline for all other Scholarships and Bursaries

How to Apply

If you require more information or have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact Snowy Mountains Grammar School’s Registrar, Bronwyn Canham.
Phone: 02 6457 1022
Email: registrar@smgs.nsw.edu.au .

External Scholarship Organisations

BCEF (Bush Children’s Education Foundation of NSW)

The Bush Children’s Education Foundation of NSW Inc. (BCEF) was established in 1965, and has provided financial assistance to thousands of young people in the bush whose educational opportunities are limited due to isolation and economic circumstances.