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St Augustine's College

An education in the marist tradition

Scholarships & Academic Award Scheme

St Augustine’s has a long tradition of educating boys from diverse backgrounds and has established scholarship programs to support students and their families.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

The Gildas Scholarship

The St Augustine’s Gildas Scholarship is available to one student entering Year 11, either as a day or boarding student. The scholarship is tenured from the commencement of Year 11 until the end of Year 12.  The Gildas Scholarships is awarded based on an academic test conducted by ACER, an interview and the report card from the student’s present school. It covers 100% of tuition fees and is conditional on continued academic success. 

Acer Scholarship Registration 2021

The Heavey Scholarship

The St Augustine’s Heavey Scholarship is available to one student entering Year 7 and is tenured from the commencement of Year 7 until the end of Year 10. The Heavey Scholarship is awarded based on an academic test conducted by ACER, an interview and the report card from the student’s present school. It covers 100% of tuition fees and is conditional on continued academic success. 

Acer Scholarship Registration 2021

Music Scholarship

The St Augustine’s Music Scholarship is offered to Year 7 music students who currently play a music ensemble instrument. It is awarded based on an audition and interview. The Music Scholarship covers 100% of tuition and music fees for the duration of the student's enrolment. It is tenured from the commencement of Year 7 until the end of Year 12 and is conditional on participation and success in music ensembles, as well as continued enrolment in Music as an academic subject.

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FIRST NATIONS SCHOLARSHIPS

St Augustine's College proudly collaborates with two organisations committed to increasing access to education for First Nations students: the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) and The Smith Family's Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP).

The AIEF provides scholarship funding for First Nations students to complete Year 12 or tertiary studies, with career support to help the successful transition to employment.

The IYLP offers scholarships and leadership opportunities to young First Nations students.

For further details, please contact our Indigenous Liaison Officer on 07 4052 9176 or email us.

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Each year in August, the College holds its Cerise and Blue Open evening. It is recommended that prospective families attend this event, walk through the grounds, meet the staff, and find out more about the College.

Cerise and Blue College Open Evening

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GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE SCHEMES

  • Transport Assistance - schooltransport.com.au
  • Living Away from Home Allowance Scheme [LAFHAS]. Contact should be made with Education Queensland on 1800 248 997
  • Assistance for Isolated Children Scheme [AIC]. Contact should be made with Centrelink on 13 23 18
  • ABSTUDY – Phone 13 23 17