As part of the College’s strategic initiative to grow the Music Program in our school we offer Music Scholarships to students in Years 7-10 with a love of music. Students in other year levels who meet the criteria are also invited to apply and will be considered on an individual basis. Students who are already recipients of the scholarship may reapply.
About the Music Scholarship
This scholarship may be offered to a student who is a capable musician. They should be enthusiastic to undertake or continue music lessons on their chosen instrument or voice. The student must display:
• A history of commitment to their current chosen instrument / voice;
• A willingness to participate in the extra-curricular activities associated with the music program at the College; and
• A willingness to adhere and uphold the ethos of the College.
Students in Year 9 and above are expected to study Music as an elective at the College.
The scholarship is for one year’s full payment of musical tuition on a designated instrument or voice with a College endorsed tutor. Reapplication each year is possible.
All scholarships will be at the Music Coordinator’s recommendation and determined by the Principal.
The selection process will consist of completion of the application package by the candidate followed by an audition on the designated instrument or voice and an interview with a panel.
The audition will consist of:
1. Performance of one piece of prepared repertoire (please provide 3 copies of the music being presented)
2. Aural testing
3. Interview with selected questions before a panel
Further information can be obtained by contacting Mrs Danae Callister on (08) 9593 9560 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who will be in Year 7 or Year 10 in 2023 may apply for scholarships offered for a three-year period (Years 7 to 9 or Years 10 to 12, over the 2032/2024/2025 school years).
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence as determined by individual student results in the scholarship examination.
The examination is provided as part of the Australian Council for Educational Research’s (ACER) Cooperative Scholarship Testing Program (CSTP). It will be held at Living Waters Lutheran College on Saturday 19th March 2022.
Scholarships will be awarded when results are made available to schools. The number of scholarships offered will be dependent upon the number of applicants and their ability to meet the selection criteria. Scholarships offered can cover full or partial remission of tuition fees.
Successful applicants’ eligibility is reviewed annually to ensure scholarship winners continue to meet required standards.
HOW TO APPLY
Please note applications for the scholarship test must be made online at:
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Level 1 – if your child is in Year 7 in 2023
Level 2 – if your child is in Year 10 in 2023
Parents should read the ACER SCHOLARSHIP TESTS – INFO FOR PARENTS at the ACER website, before completing the registration. Of particular note are the sections on Test date, General FAQs, Preparing for the test and Results. Cost to register your child is $100 (including GST).
We commend the scholarship selection program to you and should you choose to apply, we wish your son or daughter all the best with their application. Further information about any aspect of the scholarship selection program or the College can be obtained by contacting Mrs Danae Callister on (08) 9593 9560 or by email at email@example.com
Please note that online registration closes at 9pm AWST on Wednesday 9th March 2022.
No late applications can be accepted.