Opportunities
for All

Open to All

Scholarships for 2023 entry are now closed.

Applications for scholarships for 2024 entry open in November.

Indigenous Scholarship applications are open all year round.

Our graduates leave as global citizens

CGGS is delighted to offer a range of scholarships to aspiring, talented young women on annual basis. A CGGS education is one that inspires young people to be motivated learners and respond to challenges with curiosity and courage. So much in the world is changing and we want young people to thrive, so being intentional about our design of education matters.

CGGS students experience, understand, value and develop the skills needed for their future. When our girls graduate, they leave as global citizens who are lifelong passionate learners, compassionate leaders and catalysts for building a more just and sustainable world.

Candidates can apply for one scholarship only. A candidate applying for a Music / Academic or a Principal’s Scholarship will also be considered for an Academic Scholarship.

We are delighted to offer a huge range of scholarships.

Our scholarships offered on an annual basis include:

Academic
Scholarships

Music / Academic
Scholarships

Means-Tested
Scholarships

Principal's
Scholarships

Indigenous
Scholarships

Academic
Scholarships

Music / Academic Scholarships

Means-Tested
Scholarships

Principal's
Scholarships

Indigenous
Scholarships

Key Information

Scholarships for 2023 entry are now open.

Scroll down to discover more about each of our scholarships, alternatively click below to see an overview.

Academic Scholarships for 2023
Entry into Years 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Requirements

1. In participation with Edutest, Academic Scholarship candidates apply online via the ‘Apply Edutest’ button below and sit the Scholarship Exam.

2. Complete the ‘Academic Scholarship Form’ online and submit with requested supporting documents (see below) at the time you apply online for the scholarship exam.

3. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by the school for an interview following the testing.

Further information is available on our Academic Scholarship Fact Sheet.

Our graduates leave as global citizens

We recognise the importance of enabling our students to be in charge of their own learning, to work on  creating their tomorrow and have the determination to pursue their dreams. With an unwavering conviction for preparing girls for the future, we constantly build new programs, experiences and opportunities in and out of the classroom.

Camberwell girls experience, understand, value and develop the skills needed for their future. When our girls graduate, they leave as global citizens who are lifelong passionate learners, empathic leaders and catalysts for change in the world.

A CGGS education is holistic, highly personal and a world-class experience, offering an outstanding education that is the foundation for life.

Music / Academic Scholarships for 2023
Entry into Years 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Requirements

1. In participation with Edutest, Music / Academic Scholarship candidates apply online via the ‘Apply Edutest’ button and sit the Scholarship Exam.

2. Complete the ‘Music / Academic Scholarship Audition Form’ online and submit with supporting documents (see below) at the time you apply online for the scholarship exam.

Further information is available on our Music / Academic Scholarship Fact Sheet.

Means-Tested Scholarships for 2023
Entry into Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Camberwell Girls Grammar School offers a limited number of Means-Tested Scholarships to eligible families who are on a limited income.

Requirements

1. In participation with Edutest, Means-Tested Scholarship candidates apply online via the ‘Apply Edutest’ button below and sit the Scholarship Exam.

2. Contact the Admissions Manager to request a copy of the Confidential Statement of Financial Circumstances Form.

3. Complete the Confidential Statement of Financial Circumstances Form and return it with a Covering Letter and supporting financial documentation to the Finance Manager at  financemanager@cggs.vic.edu.au

4. Provide academic documentation by email to the Admissions Manager at admissions@cggs.vic.edu.au

Further information is available on our Means-Tested Scholarship Fact Sheet.

Principal’s Scholarships for 2023
Entry into Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Camberwell Girls Grammar School offers Principal’s Scholarships for applicants who are able to demonstrate the school’s values of Integrity, Commitment, Respect, Hope and Courage in their co-curricular and community involvements.

At CGGS, we aim to inspire students to make a difference by contributing to the building of a more just and sustainable future.

Applications for the Principal’s Scholarship are welcome from candidates who can display a significant and enduring commitment and contribution to the wider community in line with the School’s motto “Utilis in Ministerium” – Useful in Service.

Requirements

1. In participation with Edutest, Principal’s Scholarship candidates apply online via the ‘Apply Edutest’ button and sit the Scholarship Exam.

2. Complete the ‘Principal’s Scholarship Form’ online and submit with supporting documents (see below) at the time you apply online for the scholarship exam.

Further information is available on our Principal’s Scholarship Fact Sheet.

Indigenous Scholarships for 2023
Entry into Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11

Camberwell Girls Grammar School (CGGS) offers Indigenous Scholarships by direct application to the Admissions Manager.

CGGS is a Christian school in the Anglican tradition valuing diversity and inclusiveness.

We are committed to learning about indigenous people and culture as we recognise them as the traditional custodians of the land. We demonstrate respect through our relationships with indigenous people including elders and students and families, by Acknowledging Country at key events, celebrating culture during significant weeks such as Reconciliation Week, create displays in the school and fly the Aboriginal flag with the Australian Flag at the front of our school.

We are proud to work closely with Murrundindi, ngurungaeta of the Wurundjeri people, participate in sporting and cultural events a Worawa Aboriginal College in Healesville and partner with the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School in Richmond to enable indigenous students to attend CGGS.

Learning about indigenous culture is a major focus of our Year 8 Service Learning program and in recent years we have participated in the Mungo Youth Project and are developing a Living Culture Immersion Program with Indigenous elders at Mungo and the Rick Farley Reserve.

For further information, please refer to our Indigenous Scholarship Fact Sheet.

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