ACE Exclusive Year 7 Scholarships

Is your child a gifted musician, a scholar in the making, or a future leader?

They may be eligible for our Exclusive Year 7 Scholarship. The Association for Christian Education is offering six places for motivated students who will be commencing in Year 7 in 2021.

The places are valued at 40% off tuition fees and are open to students demonstrating excellence in music, academic achievement, or Christian leadership. 

More information, including eligibility criteria, is available in the Application Form below:

Principal's Scholarships

We are pleased to offer a number of Principal’s Scholarships to students newly enrolled at Rehoboth.

Scholarships are intended to assist families in transitioning to the College and to encourage a commitment amongst our students to achieve their best. 

Round 1 applications normally open in September each year, and are available to new students entering Years 6-12.

The Principal’s Scholarship is merit-based and applicants will be asked to demonstrate their high achievement in one of a number of areas as well as demonstrating how Jesus is real in their life and express what it means to be a Christian.

Scholarships usually take the form of a reduction in tuition fees. Enquire with our Enrolments Officer to find out more.

Existing families are encouraged to discuss these opportunities with friends and family who may interested in enrolling at Rehoboth. We are happy to forward them a Prospectus and scholarship pack.

Trainee Teacher Scholarships

We run an innovative program offering a number of teacher training scholarships for Year 12 students.

Current Year 12 students who intend to study teaching at a tertiary level and who have a desire to return to Rehoboth as a teacher at the conclusion of their studies may apply for a scholarship to help offset tuition fees. Some conditions apply.

Ready to Start the Enrolment Process?

Partner with us to develop the whole child, which includes their spiritual, moral, and academic growth, and their personal and social development.

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