MGGS encourages academic excellence and diversity. To support this, we offer a number of academic, music and boarding scholarships each year.
Individuals are assessed based on performance in an academic examination conducted by Academic Assessment Services, audition (music only) and interview with the Principal.
Scholarships (other than the Boarding Scholarships) cover academic tuition fees for the student’s entire schooling, subject to the student’s commitment to her educational priorities and to MGGS’ vision and values namely: Courage, Integrity, Compassion and Self-discipline.
Scholarships do not cover additional costs such as uniforms, textbooks and equipment, camps and excursions or any other co-curricular activities such as music and sporting lessons, unless specified. Normal enrolment fees apply.
In all instances, candidates must sit the appropriate examination and should register online to receive important information regarding submission deadlines, examination dates and results announcements. A single registration fee covers all scholarships for which a candidate is eligible.
Applications for 2018 Scholarships are now closed
Academic Scholarships are available to:
- Year 5 in 2018
- Year 7 in 2018*
- Year 9 in 2018
These scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the academic examination and at the discretion of the Principal.
*One of the Year 7 Scholarships listed above is provided due to the generosity of the Doris Sala bequest.
Boarding Scholarships are available to boarders entering Years 7 – 9 in 2018. These scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the academic examination and at the discretion of the Principal.
A small number of indigenous scholarships are awarded at the Principal’s discretion. The next intake will be for entry into 2018.
Further details about these scholarships will be published mid-2017.
Music Scholarships are available to students entering Year 7 in 2018. All candidates must sit the Academic Examination and selected candidates will be required to audition for the Director of Music.
Candidates should complete the Music Scholarship Applicant’s Form (downloaded by candidates at the time of registration) and provide requested supporting documentation.
The Director of Music will assess all required documentation and select the candidates that she wishes to audition. Candidates selected for audition will be contacted by telephone and/or email.
The successful recipients of Music Scholarships will be the candidates who have successfully auditioned for the Director of Music and have achieved outstanding results in the Academic Examination. These are awarded at the Principal’s discretion.
Minimum AMEB Requirements
To be considered for audition, the following minimum AMEB Grades must have been achieved:
- Woodwind/Brass – Grade 3
- Strings – Grade 5
- Piano – Grade 6
Applications close: Friday 24 February 2017
Examination Date: Saturday 4 March 2017
Scholarship interviews will be conducted on Saturday 25 and Monday 27 March 2017.
Old Grammarians Society Bursary
The Old Grammarian Bursary is available to a student entering Year 9 in 2018 who is the daughter of an Old Grammarian. The Scholarship of approximately $2500 per annum, will be awarded on the basis of the Academic Examination and an interview with the Principal.