Scholarships

Christ Church offers a variety of scholarships including academic, music, drama, boarding, general excellence, financial need, Old Boys’ Association (OBA) and Indigenous. The award of a scholarship is at the discretion of the Headmaster, and not all scholarships are awarded each year. Boys must have Australian residency or citizenship. Online applications open in mid-January and close at the end of April each year.

Online application process

On completion of the online application, and payment to AAS finalised, the following documents should be submitted to the Admissions Office, Christ Church Grammar School, PO Box 399, Claremont, 6910 as soon as possible but no later than the end of April each year.

  1. Scholarship cover sheet
  2. A copy of the receipt/invoice, generated by Academic Assessment Services;
  3. Christ Church Application for Admission form (only if the applicant is not yet registered at the School, no application fee payable). 
  4. A copy of the applicant’s birth certificate.

Online questions

The online application involves a series of questions to be completed by a boy’s parent or guardian and a series of questions for students to complete. It takes up to 30 minutes or more to finish and can be revisited and amended once the application fee has been paid and password access is emailed to you. It is very important to answer the questions as comprehensively as possible. It may be useful to prepare the answer in a Word document before copying and pasting into the relevant text box.

Scholarship examination

All applicants for Year 7 academic, regional residential (boarding), music and drama scholarships are required to sit a scholarship examination.  The scholarship exam is administered by a third party - Academic Assessment Services (AAS), based in Sydney. The application fee of $100 covers the scholarship examination and all Christ Church sponsored scholarships.

Overseas, regional and interstate applicants

If a student lives far enough away from Christ Church, either overseas, interstate or in regional/remote Western Australia, then he may be able to sit the exam at his current school. If this is the case, AAS will advise and instruct on the procedures to be followed.

Scholarship results

The scholarship process includes an individual assessment report generated by AAS that will be posted to parents within a few weeks of the examination. At the same time, parents of successful applicants will be contacted and interviews with the Headmaster arranged. The scholarship process concludes by mid-June with the successful applicants being published on the school website. 

Tuition fees for scholarship recipients

A scholarship recipient receives a reduction on school fees to varying degrees. In general, this is to the value of 50% of the normal tuition fees. However, it is worth noting that school fees at Christ Church are inclusive and comprehensive and cover many aspects of a boy’s schooling including textbooks and course materials; software and the provision of the latest ICT equipment; study skills support; camps and excursions; and school publications. Family access to the School’s gymnasium, swimming pool and library is also included.