Stuartholme School scholarship and bursary program is designed to recognise girls who have excellence and expertise in a variety of areas, providing opportunities for girls to develop and be challenged.
Stuartholme offers part remission of fees to students who meet the criteria set out for each individual scholarship or bursary category. Stuartholme has a strong commitment to assisting students who would greatly benefit from a Stuartholme School education, but who, without financial aid, would be unable to attend.
The Stuartholme Sacré Coeur Association (SSCA) also offers a Bursary to daughters and grandaughters of Alumnae. To find out more about this bursary please visit the Stuartholme Sacré Coeur Association website.
For more information on Stuartholme Scholarships and Bursaries please contact enrolments.
Stuartholme offers two Scholarships and Bursaries:
Sister Mary Brennan Scholarships of Excellence
The Sister Mary Brennan Scholarships of Excellence are available for new students commencing entry into Years 7, 10 and 11. The Scholarships provide 50 percent remission of tuition fees (not including boarding fees), for the duration of your daughters schooling. Scholarship-holders are expected to maintain academic excellence which will be monitored each semester throughout their years of schooling at Stuartholme. Awarding the Scholarships is based on the ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research) Scholarship Test results.
Sister Mary Brennan rscj was recognised for her scholarship and leadership. As such, scholarship-holders are expected to maintain high standards of academic excellence, to participate positively in the Co-curricula Program and to support the Goals of Sacred Heart Education. Stuartholme offers a limited number of bursaries for current families experiencing financial difficulty. For more information on Stuartholme Scholarships, please contact enrolments.
Scholarship applications for 2021 are now closed. The ACER Scholarship Test for 2021 applicants will be held on Saturday 29 February 2020.
Registrations will open for 2022 applicants at the end of 2020.
Centenary Boarding Bursary
Stuartholme School is pleased to announce the launch of our Centenary Boarding Bursary for 2020 entrants to coincide with our 100 year celebrations.
The Bursary is designed to assist families who live more than 200 kilometres away from the school and would be unable to consider Stuartholme School due to financial reasons.
This Bursary is open to new year 7 and 9 students wishing to commence at Stuartholme School.
2020 Applications are now closed. Applications will open for 2021 students in Term 2, 2020.
Please click here to complete an expression of interest form and we will contact you once applications open.
2020 Special Circumstances Funding - Drought
To assist the Bursary Committee in its deliberations we request that you please complete this document and attach supporting documentation. Providing this information will assist the School in understanding your circumstances and assessing your application.
Please attach copies of the following supporting documentation with your Bursary Application:
- Copy of your latest tax return/s
- All payslips coming into the household including Centrelink payments statement (last 3 months)
- Rent or mortgage bank statement
- Statement for any investment properties in your name or Family Trust
- Any other information that you feel needs to be considered in assessing your application
Bursaries are considered where a family can show genuine financial hardship.
Applications close 1st May 2020 and successful applicants will be confirmed by 1st June 2020.
As part of the Bursary Application Process Stuartholme School asks you for certain personal information. Such information will be used to assess your application. The personal information may be stored electronically or in paper files.
We take all reasonable steps to ensure that information held in paper and/or electronic form is safe and secure, and protected from misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. We take all reasonable steps to ensure that personal information is only used by staff for the purpose of assessing your application.