St Hilda's School
Application for Scholarships and Bursaries for entry into Years 5 – 11 in 2022
Friday, 26 February 2021

Payment is made at the end of this registration process online. If payment is not made, your registration WILL NOT be valid.

Friday, 19 February 2021
Saturday, 20 February 2021

Applications received on or after this date will be charged the Late Fee rate.

Monday, 22 February 2021


·        2022 Scholarship and Bursary registrations open:

o   Monday 12 October 2020


·        2022 Scholarship and Bursary supporting documentation and portfolios due:

o   Prior to Friday 19 February 2021


·        2022 Scholarship and Bursary Testing:

o   Friday 26 February 2021

o   8.45am to 12.00pm

o   Location: St Hilda’s School

o   Remote testing can be arranged – please see details at the bottom of the page


·        2022 Music Scholarship Auditions:

o   Friday 26 February 2021

o   From 3.30pm (appointment times will be allocated to each candidate)

o   Location: St Hilda’s School


·       If you are not a current student or already enrolled at St Hilda’s School, please submit an Application for Enrolment via our Online Application 


·        All Scholarship and Bursary candidates:

In addition to registering to sit the Scholarship and Bursary Edutest, please also provide the following documents in support of your application prior to Friday 19 February 2021.

o   Cover letter with a statement, written by the student explaining why they would like to be considered for the Scholarship or Bursary

o   Semester 2, 2019 School Report

o   Semester 1, 2020 School Report

o   Semester 2, 2020 School Report (when available)

o   Year 3, 5, 7 & 9 NAPLAN reports (as applicable)

o   Any additional supporting results and achievements (e.g. ICAS, academic competitions, extra-curricular recognition and contributions)


·        Sports Scholarship Portfolio:

o   Curriculum Vitae of the candidate’s sport/s and performance/achievement levels

o   a list of representation at Regional, State and National levels

o   information about participation in special sports or coaching programs

o   Two relevant references


·        Music Scholarship Portfolio:

o   Curriculum Vitae of the candidate’s musical involvement and achievements over the past two years including the instrument/s played, level achieved, their teacher/s, and musical participation (eg. bands, ensembles, choirs)

o   Photocopies of achievements/awards (eg. Music Exam results, Eisteddfod Prizes etc).

o   Two relevant references


·        All-Round Excellence Scholarship Portfolio:

o   Details on community involvement; academic achievement; sporting, music, art, and/or other co-curricular achievements

o   Two relevant references

REMOTE TESTING: If you wish to organise to sit the test at a remote venue (e.g. other than at ST HILDA'S SCHOOL), please contact: IMMEDIATELY upon completing your registration.  Remote online testing incurs an additional fee.

All requests must be received by 19/02/2021. After this date, remote sitting requests may only be accepted at the discretion of Edutest and would then incur a fee of $150 in addition to the remote testing fee.

See - Remote Overseas and Interstate Testing