Scholarship Applications for 2020 entry are now open
Loreto Toorak invites students to apply for the following listed scholarships for entry into the 2020 school year. All candidates are required to demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to the values of our school.
How to apply:
Candidates should submit applications online via the appropriate scholarship links below. Students may apply for multiple scholarships.
All students will be required to complete the application outlined below by the due date 8 February 2019. Candidates will be required to attend and complete scholarship testing administered by Edutest at Loreto Toorak on Saturday 16 February 2019. Short listed candidates will be contacted to attend an interview and will be required to bring with them NAPLAN reports and their two most recent school reports. Candidates will have the opportunity to discuss their academic performance and interests with members of our school leadership. Academic/Mathematics Scholarships and the Sr Ruth Winship Means Tested Scholarships will be awarded based on merit, Edutest results and an interview.
Music students will also be required to complete the scholarship testing and attend an audition on either 22 or 25 February 2019. Scholarships for these candidates will be awarded on the following criteria, music audition, academic Edutest results and interview with members of our school leadership group.
Applicants will be advised if they are successful or unsuccessful via email and their Edutest results will be forwarded within eight weeks of completing the scholarship testing.
Applications for all Scholarships close 8 February 2019
Key dates for the 2020 Scholarship program:
Applications close Friday 8 February 2019
Academic testing Saturday 16 February 2019 from 8.30am –12.00pm at Loreto Toorak
Music Auditions will be held on Friday 22 February or Monday 25 February 2019
Terms and Conditions
All Scholarship holders are expected to complete their secondary education at Loreto Toorak, to maintain a high standard of academic achievement, and to contribute positively and enthusiastically to school life. If a student is withdrawn from the school early, all scholarship funds awarded must be repaid in full.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.
Music Scholarship recipients are expected to perform in Loreto Toorak ensembles/choirs and attend performances. They are also expected to undertake Music, as an elective subject and VCE Music Performance at Years 11 and/or 12.
Each Scholarship holder's progress is 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.
A student may hold only one Scholarship.
Students must either be Australian citizens or holders of a PERMANENT Resident’s Visa at the time of this application. If you are uncertain as to the status of your visa, please contact the school to confirm your eligibility.