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Newhaven College offers scholarships to students who demonstrate exceptional aptitude in academic or music abilities.
MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 2024
Newhaven College offers Music scholarships for applicants entering Years 5, 7, 9 and 11 in 2024 who are passionate and dedicated to music and demonstrate strong musical potential. The recommended minimum standard will vary dependent on the instrument. Music Scholarships include individual tuition and academic tuition fee reductions for the duration of the student’s enrolment at Newhaven College, subject to satisfactory progress.
The College will award scholarships to talented and dedicated students of music who demonstrate strong musical potential. The is a recommended minimum standard of;
- Year 5 – a high pass in Grade 2 AMEB or equivalent
- Year 7 – a high pass in Grade 4 AMEB or equivalent
- Year 9 – a high pass in Grade 5 AMEB or equivalent
- Year 11 – a high pass in Grade 6 AMEB or equivalent
To apply for a Scholarship, please:
- Complete the enclosed application form
- Attach a copy of the applicant’s latest school report if available, not necessary for current students.
Music Scholarship Application 2024
Applications close Friday 23 June. No Late applications will be accepted.
For any enquiries about the scholarship, please contact Head of Music, Matthew Goss on 5956 7505 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please address all applications to:
Mrs Belinda Manning
1770 Phillip Island Rd
Phillip Island, VIC 3923
Or email to email@example.com
GENERAL EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP
Newhaven College offers scholarships for applicants in Secondary School at any level who are able to demonstrate outstanding abilities across a broad range of areas including academic, sporting, performing arts, leadership and community involvement. They are awarded on the basis of application and interview.
Applications for 2024 are now closed and will open again in 2024 for 2025 scholarships.
Please send any questions regarding scholarships to Mrs Belinda Manning on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 5956 7505.