The College offers a number of scholarships each year to girls entering Years 7 to 11. For further details about each scholarship offered please follow the links below:
- Junior Academic Scholarship (Year 7)
- Performance Scholarship – Music (Year 7)
- Performance Scholarship – Sport (Years 7 to 11)
- All-rounder Scholarship (Years 7 to 11)
- Alanda Clark, Jane Gay and Prudence Papworth Boarding Scholarship (Year 7)
- Senior Academic Scholarship (Year 11)
- Ex-Students’ Union Scholarship (Year 11)
- Indigenous Scholarship (Years 7 to 11)
- Barbara Mary Nippress Memorial Scholarship (Year 7)
New Boarding Scholarships from 2019
As of 2019, the College will offer the equivalent of two additional Boarding scholarships for students from rural Australia. Boarding has always been fundamental to the College – in fact one-third of our foundation year students were Boarders from country areas. These days, although our proportion of Boarders in relation to the entire student body is much smaller, our Boarding community is still considered to be the heart of the College. We hope the additional scholarships for country girls will help bring some relief to Australian families affected by the drought and we look forward to sharing more details about these opportunities shortly.
Indigenous Scholarships 2019
Applications for 2019 Indigenous Scholarships are now closed. Applicants will be contacted by the College over the coming months.
General Scholarships 2019 and 2020
Registration for the 2019 Performance Scholarship – Sport, the 2019 All-rounder Scholarship and other 2020 Scholarships is now open via the link above.
The deadline for applications is Friday 12 October 2018 or Friday 5 October 2018 if candidates are sitting the test remotely. Additional forms and portfolios for Performance Scholarships must be posted or delivered to the College before Friday 12 October 2018.
The scholarship examination for girls entering in 2019 and 2020 will be held on Saturday 20 October 2018 at Pymble Ladies’ College, beginning at 8.30am and finishing at approximately 12.30pm.
On the day of the examination, all candidates are required to assemble on Marden Lawn in the Secondary School at 8.15am. A map with further details will be sent to all applicants prior to the exam. All candidates should wear neat casual dress and students should bring two blue or black pens and morning tea. The examination will conclude at approximately 12.30pm.
The auditions for the 2020 Performance Scholarship – Music will be held on Saturday 3 November 2018.
For further information about scholarship opportunities at Pymble, please email Mrs Rebecca Pearce, Enrolments Manager 7-12 at firstname.lastname@example.org