For a new student entering Year 10 or 11 in 2017
The Belinda Phillips Goldman Sachs Memorial Scholarship
This new scholarship will be awarded to a student who is an 'all-rounder'; that is, that they have passion for both the academic and the sporting fields.
Students currently studying Year 9 or Year 10 who would like to finish their schooling at Lauriston are welcome to apply.
The senior years of school are paramount and at Lauriston we nurture girls’ interests across the specialised VCE or through the broader International Baccalaurate program. In 2015, Lauriston students achieved a median ATAR score of 89.05. Students have the opportunity to compete across a range of different sports and are given well being and emotional support along the way. If you’d like to continue to develop your capacity to learn as well as play in a Lauriston GSV team, the School welcomes your application.
Candidates need to demonstrate their academic ability by sitting a test on July 16 at Lauriston and by sending in some information about their sporting interests and goals. We’d also like candidates to explain why they want to become a Lauriston girl.
- Scholarships are available to current Lauriston students and new students entering Lauriston
- Overseas students on full fee paying student visas are not eligible to apply for these scholarships
- All applicants must sit the annual scholarship exam. Scholarships are awarded based on several factors which may include performance in the annual scholarship exam, interview with the Principal, review of academic results and provision of a portfolio of work
- Scholarships are partial scholarships and scholarship exam results from other schools are not able to be transferred to Lauriston’s Scholarship program
- All scholarships are awarded on the basis that the scholarship recipient will complete their education at Lauriston Girls' School. If a student is withdrawn from the school early all scholarship funds awarded must be repaid in full. The Principal may reconsider this requirement if the student withdrawal is the result of circumstances beyond the family’s control
- All scholarships are subject to annual review to confirm that the high academic and behaviour standards expected of a scholarship student have been maintained. Failure to meet school expectations in either academic performance or behaviour may result in the discontinuation of the scholarship. Please note that an invitation to attend a scholarship interview or participate in an audition does not necessarily mean that the candidate is offered a scholarship
- For more information on scholarship applications, please contact the Registrar’s Office on T: 03 9864 7555 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org