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Applications for 2026 entry open in November.

Discover Scholarship Opportunities at Camberwell Girls

What We Offer

Camberwell Girls Grammar School offers a range of scholarships to aspiring and talented young women in Years 5 and 7 through to 11. Scholarships are awarded on merit and exceptional potential, and include Academic, Music/Academic, Means-Tested, and Principal’s Scholarships. Recipients exemplify a strong commitment to making a positive impact on others’ lives, engaging in service learning, and nurturing spiritual growth that reflects our core values.

Scholarships are awarded at around 50 per cent reduction in tuition fees for the duration of the student’s time at the school.

Highly Sought After

Our scholarships are highly sought after, with all applicants evaluated based on the strength of their scholarship application, previous school reports, participation in the Scholarship Interactive Session, and performance in the scholarship exam. Shortlisted candidates are subsequently invited for an interview, during which we further evaluate their eligibility for the scholarship and alignment with our values.

A Camberwell Girls Education

A Camberwell Girls education inspires students to become motivated learners, embracing challenges with curiosity and courage. Our students gain a deep understanding of essential skills for their future endeavors, fostering a commitment to lifelong learning and leadership. Upon graduation, our students emerge as global citizens, driven by compassion and dedicated to fostering a more equitable and sustainable world.

Available Scholarships

Camberwell Girls offers the following range of Scholarships. Further information for 2026 entry will be made available from October 2024.

To register for a reminder of when our 2026 Entry Scholarships open, please fill out our online form.

Scholarship NameEntry Year
Means- TestedEdutest ExamScholarship Interactive
AcademicYears 5, 7 to 11NoYesYesn/a
Principal’s ScholarshipYears 7 to 11NoYesYesn/a
Means-TestedYears 7 to 11YesYesYesn/a
Music/ AcademicYears 5, 7 to 11NoYesYesYes
Full details available here.
Years 7 to 11n/an/an/an/a
*For us to get to know candidates and their broad range of skills, all candidates are required to attend the Scholarship Interactive Session as part of our scholarship process. During the session, senior members of the Leadership Team will observe candidates working to problem solve, communicate and collaborate with other applicants.

If you have any further questions about our Scholarships please contact our Admissions Team on +61 3 9813 1166.

Indigenous Scholarships

Applications are open all year round by direct application to the Head of Admissions.

Camberwell Girls 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 Camberwell Girls.

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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