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Roseville College

Roseville, NSW 2069

Scholarships Offered

  • Academic Scholarships - Years 7, 10 and 11

    The School offers Scholarships to current and new students entering Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11 in 2019. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, as determined by requested supporting documentation (including school reports, external competition reports and references) and the Academic Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services and held at Roseville College).

    Short listed candidates only will be interviewed by the Principal.

    Academic Scholarships cover part or full remission of tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by the student’s family or sponsor at the full rate. The scholarship and applicable remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the competition of Year 12, subject to advanced academic progress and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review.

  • All Rounder Scholarships - Years 7 and 10

    Roseville College offers an All Rounder Scholarship to current and new students entering Year 7 or Year 10 in 2019. The Scholarship is awarded on the basis of all round excellence. Applicants for the All Rounder Scholarship are required to provide requested supporting documentation (including school reports and references), and must sit the Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services and held at Roseville College).

    Each candidate must evince an all-round ability and willingness to actively involve herself in the co-curricular life of her school, coupled with a demonstrated involvement in community services and/or student leadership programs. Her application must include:

    • A covering letter to the Principal (the applicant’s own words)
    • A copy of her last two school reports
    • A portfolio (display book only, prepared by the applicant alone) demonstrating achievements and contributions within her school and community, including, but not limited to, Christian/Community Service, Leadership, Performing/Creative Arts, Public Speaking, Sport.

    Shortlisted candidates only will be interviewed by the Principal.

    All Rounder Scholarships cover part or full remission of tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by the student’s family or sponsor at the full rate. The scholarship and applicable remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the competition of Year 12, subject to satisfactory academic progress, ongoing commitment to the School’s co-curricular program and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review.

  • Music Scholarships - Years 7, 10 and 11

    Roseville College offers Music Scholarships to current and new students entering Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11 in 2019. Applicants for the Music Scholarship are required to provide requested supporting documentation (including school reports and evidence of participation in school music programs), and must sit the Scholarship examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services and held at Roseville College). Shortlisted candidates only are invited to audition at the College and will be notified of their audition time.  A minimum standard (AMEB Grade level or equivalent) suggested for audition selection is:

    • Students seeking Year 7 entry in 2019
      An A grade pass in: Piano (Grade 6), Strings (Grade 6), Wind/Brass/Percussion (Grade 5)
    • Students seeking Year 10 entry in 2019
      An A grade pass in: Piano (Grade 7), Strings (Grade 7), Wind/Brass/Percussion (Grade 6)
    • Students seeking Year 11 entry in 2019
      An A grade pass in: Piano (Grade 8), Strings (Grade 8), Wind/Brass/Percussion (Grade 7)

    Music Scholarships cover part or full remission of tuition fees only. All other expenses are to be met by the student’s family or sponsor at the full rate. The scholarship and applicable remission of tuition fees will be maintained until the competition of Year 12, subject to satisfactory academic progress and exemplary behaviour, as determined by an annual review. Music Scholars are also required to undertake elective Music studies to HSC level and be involved in a range of music activities and leadership opportunities, as instructed by the Head of Music.

Important Dates

  • Dec 1st 2017
    Applications Open

Roseville College is an established Anglican independent day school for girls; well-regarded for its good character, its ability to lead and inspire young women as learners and leaders, and its welcoming school community for students and their families alike.

Foremost, Roseville College is a learning community of more than 900 girls in Kindergarten to Year 12. The School’s size privileges its teachers and support staff to know and care for each girl, partnering with each girl to ensure her learning pathway is rigorous and personalised; yet broad, and balanced with healthy relationships and pastoral care, a positive – even ambitious attitude to learning, and inspirational leadership underpinned by timeless Christian values and Biblical truth.

Founded in 1908, the College ranks among NSW’s leading schools in HSC achievement, while also delivering world-class learning initiatives such as the IB Primary Years Program and Cambridge Courses in Years 9–10.

Alumni credit the School with having a significant role in helping girls develop indispensable and commendable qualities such as self-confidence, optimism, a spirit of inquiry and wonder, wisdom and personal accountability, a concern for others, and the courage and confidence to “have a go”. In essence, this is the character of a Roseville Girl.

SCHOLARSHIPS ON OFFER FOR 2019 ENTRY:
Academic Scholarships (Years 7, 10 and 11)

All Rounder Scholarships (Years 7 and 10)

Music Scholarships (Years 7, 10 and 11)

Details pertaining to each scholarship available for 2019 entry will be published on the College website – www.rosevillecollege.com – at the time applications open on 1 December, 2017.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE:
Applications close late February (date to be confirmed), 2018, with scholarship testing to take place on a Saturday in early March (date to be confirmed), 2018, conducted by Academic Assessment Services.

To complement its academic program, the College provides a well-developed and age appropriate K- 12 co-curricular program and a vibrant and challenging Outdoor Education program. The School boasts exceptional participation rates by girls of all ages in its sports program. Regardless of whether a girl aspires to represent Australia or simply wants to join a school team to have fun with friends, the College encourages and guides them towards their personal goal in sports such as swimming, athletics, cross country, field and court events, rowing, gymnastics, football and equestrian.

Integral to each girl’s time at Roseville College is leadership development and service learning. Students are given diverse opportunities to develop these skills and are challenged to examine issues of social justice so they can be empowered to contribute to a better world.

Outside school hours, students are also encouraged to extend themselves and explore areas of interest, with numerous co-curricular opportunities available. Among these are: Antipodeans Abroad, Community Service and Charity groups, Crusaders, Dance, Debating and Public Speaking, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Drama and Musical Productions, Languages, Mock Trial, Music Tuition and Performance, Bands, Technology, Sport, Student Representative Council, Photography and Creative Arts.

“At Roseville College, our teachers make the measurable difference. They are professionals who seek to stay at the cutting edge of educational developments and research, while working diligently to help each girl accomplish her best. Our aim is to offer the best possible learning experiences and achieve the best possible learning outcomes for your daughter in every facet of school life,” says Principal Ms Deb Magill.

“As she learns, and underpinned by the Christian faith, Roseville College aims to guide your daughter as she makes decisions about the woman she will become, how to define herself and what she will do next. Together with you, her family, we hope to empower her on life’s journey so she is equipped and ready to make her own, positive stamp on the world when the time comes.”

Centrally located in Roseville on Sydney’s North Shore, our School is an easy commute via arterial roads or train lines from the Upper and Lower North Shore areas, as well as from Ryde, Lane Cove and Manly Warringah. Our 1.9 hectare campus features a new Junior School Complex, Middle School Technology Complex, Senior Girls’ Study and Recreation Area, an innovative Library and Learning Enrichment precinct (officially opened March 2013), the elegant Joy Yeo Centre (a performing arts and educational facility featuring a 350 seat auditorium, drama and recording studios), a Multi-purpose Hall and Chapel, a Creative Arts Centre, a heated swimming pool and multi-purpose outdoor courts.