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2018 Year 10

Music Scholarship
Current Students

These scholarships are awarded on the basis of above average results achieved in the annual scholarship examination, school reports, NAPLAN results, an audition and an interview. The final decision is made after all factors, including the audition and interview, are taken into consideration.

Students applying for a Music Scholarship must be studying at least one instrument at the following minimum grade:

  • AMEB Grade 7 (or equivalent) for Piano and Violin
  • AMEB Grade 6 (or equivalent) for other instruments
  • One piece at approx. AMEB Grade 3 for Voice

Completion of an AMEB examination is not necessary to gain a Music Scholarship, but students need to present a repertoire of the appropriate standard at their audition.

Auditions require the student to:

  • perform two contrasting works no easier than the minimum standard for their main instrument and year level
  • perform one piece on their second instrument (if applicable)
  • complete sight reading and aural tests
  • provide copies of AMEB certificates and/or other documentation.

Music Scholarship students must also commit to participate and perform in the Lauriston ensembles and/or choirs.

Applications close: Monday 27 February 2017 (applications after this date will attract a late fee)
Scholarship test: Monday 6 March 2017
Audition: Tuesday 7 March 2017

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High Achiever Scholarships
Current Students 

Past achievements and future promise are considered when awarding High Achiever scholarships. Applicants should have strong academic ability and must display qualities consistent with the ethos of the school. Students who excel in an area such as visual and creative arts, performing arts and music, sport, leadership/community or general academic excellence are encouraged to apply.

These scholarships are awarded on the basis of above average results achieved in the annual scholarship examination, school reports, NAPLAN results, an interview and additional information as required during the application process.

Applications close: Monday 27 February 2017 (applications after this date will attract a late fee)
Scholarship test: Monday 6 March 2017

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