Applications are now closed.
Academic Scholarships are available to students entering Year 5, 7 and 10 at CGS at the beginning of the school year and will apply for the duration of the student's time in their relevant sub-School:
- Primary School (Years 5-6)
- Junior Secondary (Years 7-9)
- Senior Secondary (Years 10-12)
Academic Scholarship applicants will be required to sit the academic test which is provided by a national testing body and is used to identify academically able students for the award of a scholarship. The test is not based on the school curriculum or the ability to retrieve learned information. Instead it is designed so that applicants are required to demonstrate skills in areas such as the ability to interpret, infer, deduce and think critically.
This scholarship provides up to 50% reduction of tuition fees and is awarded annually to the highest achieving student in each applicable entry level who meets the academic criteria. The scholarship requires ongoing acceptable academic achievement which will be reviewed annually.
Who can apply:
This scholarship is open to current Court Grammar School students as well as potential future students. Students in Year 4, 6 and 9 in 2023 can apply to sit the academic testing for 2024 entry.
How to apply:
Complete section 1 and 2 of the Scholarship & Bursaries document and return to the school by the closing date below. If external students wish to apply, a School application form must be submitted at the same time.
All scholarship application forms and School application (where applicable) must be submitted to the School no later than Friday 18 August, 2023
Return forms in an envelope (marked "Confidential") addressed to:
Court Grammar School
Attention: Enrolments Officer
Locked Bag 1
MUNDIJONG WA 6123
Return to Administration Office addressed to Enrolments Officer
Date of Testing: Thursday 21 September
Cost: There is an application fee of $100 per student for the Academic Scholarship testing.
Number of Scholarships available (up to):