2020 Academic Scholarships

Central Coast Adventist School will offer a limited number of Academic Scholarships to Year 7 students in 2020.

Scholarship applicants and their families are also invited to arrange a visit to our campus to discover more about our school. There will be a Campus Open Afternoon on Wednesday, 27 March 2019 from 3:30-6:00pm for families who wish to discover more about the school.

Scholarship Applications for Year 7 2020 are now open and will close on Friday, 29 March 2019.

Scholarship Applicants will be contacted in early April 2019 with further details about the process.

Scholarship exams will be held during the week of 6-10 May 2019 (day and time to be confirmed). Following testing, applicants will be contacted from mid Term 2, 2019.

Submit Expression of Interest for Year 7 2020 Academic Scholarship

Awarding of Scholarships

  • Scholarships of up to 100% of tuition fees (elective and other fees are still payable) are generally available to those students offered a scholarship.
  • Scholarship exams are open to all students who will be in Year 7 in the following year.
  • A $70 fee is payable prior to sitting the exam.
  • All scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Scholarships Committee.
  • The conditions below are guidelines for the minimum expected standards to be considered for a scholarship offer.
  • In order to maintain a scholarship, recipients must maintain minimum standards of behavior, academic results, involvement in school life and achievement.
  • Subject to meeting the conditions to maintain a scholarship, it is expected that the scholarship will remain in place until the student leaves Central Coast Adventist School upon graduating from Year 12.
  • If the student leaves the school prior to graduating from Year 12, the school may, in some instances, require repayment of scholarship benefits already awarded.

Requirements and Conditions placed on Scholarship Holders

In order to maintain a scholarship students must:

  • demonstrate high standards (As or Bs) in relation to application and behaviour.
  • demonstrate high standards of behaviour in the school community at all times.
  • demonstrate a positive influence in the school community.
  • demonstrate high standards in relation to attendance and uniform.
  • achieve high standards in their reports (A’s or B’s).

Cancellation of Scholarships

A scholarship may be cancelled if:

  • the recipient fails to maintain the high standards and expectations as set out above.
  • the recipient is suspended or excluded from the school.
  • the student leaves the school.