Scholarships

​​​​​​As a Catholic College in the Marist Tradition, Trinity College is committed to providing accessible Catholic Education for all students regardless of individual family circumstances.

From the 2021 Academic year, the college will provide a limited number of Scholarships to both students already attending Trinity College, and to students wishing to attend the College. These Scholarships are designed to identify and celebrate students who have strengths and expertise in their chosen field.

​​Applications for 2021 scholarships (Years 7 to 11) open on Monday 4 November 2019​ and close Friday 5 April 2020. Academic applicants will be required to sit the ACER Scholarship Exam on Saturday 16 May 2020. Please read more about all the scholarship categories below. 

Learn more about the Acer Scholarship Exam and registration process.

Scholarship Opportunities

Trinity College offer three categories of scholarships:

  • Academic Scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated a high achievement in academics.
  • - Academic Scholarship applicants are required to sit the ACER Scholarship Exam.
  • ​​ Sports Scholarships are awarded to students who have achieved a high level of representation in their chosen sport.
  • Arts Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate a high level of skill and creativity through performance and portfolio work.
    Minimum requirements for Arts Scholarship submission:
    - Awards or study completed in at least one artistic pursuit
    - Level and extent of participation and achievement in performance including pertinent details (e.g. instrument played, lead roles in productions, level of performance etc.).
    - Visual Art or Media applicants are required to submit of a portfolio of your work (digital acceptable)
    - Portfolios, including USB if required, should be forwarded to the Enrolments Secretary, Trinity College, Scott Street, Beenleigh 4207 before the closing date.

Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible for a Scholarship at Trinity College, all prospective families must take the following into consideration:

  • Assistance is provided on the understanding of the obligation of strict confidentiality on both the incumbent and the College Scholarship Committee.
  • Prospective students must complete both an Enrolment Application as well as the Scholarship Application Form.
  • Scholarships do not cover any additional expenses incurred whilst representing the college i.e accommodation and sundries.​

Scholarship Expectations

  • All scholarship recipients are expected to contribute to the college community and also possess qualities compatible with the values and ethos of the college.
  • Scholarship recipients are expected and encouraged to be a leader in the life of the school, participating fully in all school activities and demonstrating pride and loyalty to the college.
  • It is a clear expectation that scholarship recipients will participate in college activities before club competitions and other commitments.
  • Scholarship recipients should demonstrate achievement and a commitment to improving performance in both their chosen vocation and academics.
  • Music scholarship recipients are expected to participate in music-related school activities such as Awards Nights, Celebration of the Arts, assemblies, rehearsals and other activities as notified.
  • Parents or guardians of scholarship recipients are expected to support the college by volunteering to assist in school activities where possible.
Scholarship Application Form


All Scholarship Applications should be submitted to:

Admissions
Trinity College
Scott Street
Beenleigh QLD 4207​

For further information, please contact:
Ms Dana Fusi | Enrolments Secretary
P: 07 3442 5250 | E: dfusi@bne.catholic.edu.au

More Scholarship Questions?

If you have any further questions regarding the Scholarship Program, please contact our Enrolment Secretary on 07 3442 5250 or by email at dfusi@bne.catholic.edu.au.


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