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Years 11–13 Sports and Cultural Foundation Scholarship Form

The College Board offers Middle School and Senior College scholarships annually.

Academic tuition fee reductions are available to students of outstanding sport or cultural ability, supported by sound academic progress. These scholarships are offered to incoming students in Years 11, 12 and 13

Form of Scholarship

Academic tuition fee reductions are available to students of outstanding ability in cultural or sporting areas, and supported by favourable academic progress and achievement, who are not already attending St Andrew’s College.

All scholarships represent a subsidy on tuition fees. The amount of fee reduction will depend on the all-round or specific qualities of the applicant and will be in the form of an offer made, in writing, by the Head of the Secondary School. There is no charge for applying for a sporting/cultural scholarship, but there is a $1400 acceptance fee, which is applicable to all students entering the Secondary School, including scholarship winners.

The successful candidates for cultural scholarships in Music will be expected to take Music as a subject as part of their academic programme in Years 12 and 13.

The sporting/cultural scholarship decision made by the College is final.

Targeted Sports

Winter: basketball, football, hockey, netball, rugby
Summer: cricket, rowing, tennis, volleyball
Additional ability in athletics, golf or touch will also be taken into consideration.

Please note:

  • In order to apply for a St Andrew’s College Middle School Scholarship, you must complete the Application for Admission Form by clicking here.
  • Applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand.

2020 Years 11–13 Sports and Cultural Foundation Scholarship Application Closing Date:  Sunday 1 September 2019

Interview

All shortlisted applicants will be required to attend an interview in late September and early October 2019. The date and time of the interview will be advised by the Registrar. A staff member of the College may also watch the applicant’s performance in their field of excellence,  i.e. strongest sport/cultural discipline.

A questionnaire will be sent to shortlisted applicants to be completed before their interview and to be discussed at the interview.

Review of Scholarships

Parents are advised that all scholarships are subject to yearly review, in order to ensure that a student’s performance, both in co-curricular and academic progress, is in line with the conditions of the award.


Years 11–13 Sports and Cultural Foundation Scholarship Application Form

For students entering Years 11, 12 or 13. (To be completed by scholarship applicant).

Applicant's Details:

Gender:

Parents/Caregivers' Details:

Sporting Activities

We are interested in your sporting interests and achievements, either as an individual or in a team, over the past two years. Include your position/role in the team, where applicable, and any representative achievements and relevant leadership positions.

Will you be attending Winter Tournament?

Cultural Activites

We are interested in your cultural interests and achievements, either as an individual or in a group, over the past two years. Include your position/role, where applicable, and any other achievements and relevant leadership positions.

Academic

National Certificate of Educational Achievement

  –   If you have already been assessed at NCEA Level 1, please upload a copy of your results.

Independent Reference

  -  Please supply the name of a person whom we may approach if necessary for an independent reference.