Scholarship Fund

Through the establishment of the Foundation’s Scholarship Fund, Haileybury is committed to extending the enriching opportunities of a Haileybury education to deserving young Australians from all walks of life.

The Values of Haileybury promote academic excellence, social justice and equality. Haileybury attracts and retains students from all backgrounds who aspire to achieve these Values and the highest academic and non-academic standards through a Haileybury education.

Every donation to the Haileybury Scholarship Fund will help make a difference to the education of these young people.

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Meet our 2020 Haileybury Foundation Scholarship Beneficiaries

This year we have 13 Haileybury Foundation Scholarship students, five of whom are new to the School. Meet our 2020 scholarship recipients …

Alicia Lewis: Yr 9, Berwick

G & A McGeary Scholarship

In 2020, Alicia has undertaken many new and interesting subjects and particularly enjoys Visual Communication Design. Alicia enjoys participating in a range of activities including the Big Science competition; Debating; Contemporary Singers and Symphony Orchestra; and Musicianship via Haileybury’s online classes on Tuesday mornings.

Alli Charles: Year 12, Berwick

William Buckland Foundation Scholarship

Alli is a valued member of the Year 12 cohort who loves participating in the Social Justice Club and social justice activities saying “it gives me a chance to help give back to the community and meet more inspiring people to learn from. I have volunteered for our local soup kitchen, Red Cross and in Term 1A, I had all my hair shaved off for charity, donating it to make wigs for people with breast cancer, raising over $600.”

Caden Ong: Year 10, Keysborough

Class of 2007 Scholarship

Caden commenced his second year on Scholarship in 2020 due to the wonderful support of the Class of 2007 / Melbourne Foundation donors. Caden enjoyed the challenge of online learning in his chosen subjects during Term 2. Caden participated in Golf, Beach Volleyball and soccer earlier this year and is keen to resume sporting activities as soon as we are able to.

Charlie Gillott: Year 10, Brighton

Ian W Cox Scholarship

Charlie is the recipient of the Ian W Cox Scholarship (in memory of) Alumnus Ian W Cox (OH 1947). Charlie has been loving his subjects this year, in particular VET subject Music Industry. So much so that over the COVID quarantine period, Charlie and his family set up a home music studio. What’s more, he’s now a member of a band.

Faith Kauseni: Year 7, City

Haileybury Staff Giving Scholarship

Faith is the inaugural recipient of the Haileybury Workplace Giving Program. She comes to us from Zambia and has already demonstrated her resilience and incredible commitment to both community social justice activities and educational success. Faith is a huge fan of AFLW and loves to play whenever she has the opportunity.

Hannah Chard: Year 7, City

Class of 1988 Scholarship

Through the generous support of members from the Class of 1988, Hannah commenced in 2020 and says “Moving to Haileybury has been the biggest change of my life. It’s been challenging, but an unbelievably rewarding experience. I couldn’t imagine where I would be without this scholarship, I have learnt so much and made so many amazing friends.”

Harper Quinn: Year 7, Keysborough

G&A McGeary Scholarship (in memory of Russell McLean Howard)

Harper has been loving his Haileybury journey so far, making new friends and enjoying his subjects, in particular Science and science experiments - even those conducted at home! Harper loves School and community sport, he learnt to play Touch Rugby in Term 1 and will play his absolute favourite sport, Basketball, later this year.

Kayla Salmons: Year 12, City

Rob Fildes Scholarship

Thanks to the generosity of Alumnus Rob Fildes (OH 1958), Kayla was excited to commence her final year at Haileybury. Kayla says “During the pandemic, I have come to realise how fortunate I am to be a student at Haileybury. Without Haileybury’s commitment and dedication to its students I wouldn’t be in such a great position heading towards my final exams, feeling confident and capable in completing Year 12 as best I possibly can.”

Kennedy Jacoby: Year 7, Brighton

1892 Club Scholarship

The 1892 Club is made up of a group of generous donors who have contributed or pledge to contribute, $500 or more over 3 consecutive years. Scholarship recipient Kennedy has loved his start to the year, learning new skills and languages such as cricket and Chinese! Kennedy loves sport and designing spaces so he is keen on a career that will combine his love of maths, sport and design.

Ryan Zhang: Year 8, City

Gary Bailey Memorial Scholarship

Ryan is the beneficiary of the Gary Bailey Memorial Scholarship, a bequest in memory of Gary Bailey (OH 1982). Ryan is a vibrant member of the City community, participating in Music, Drama and sports. He made such an impression in his first year that Ryan was chosen as Boys Middle School Captain for 2020.

Tyrone Foster: Year 12, Brighton

HPFC Scholarship

The Haileybury Parents and Friends of Castlefield were the first P&F group to support a scholarship, which enabled Tyrone to complete his schooling at Haileybury. Tyrone has taken on the challenge of online learning during his final year and believes that his drive and determination will be a huge asset as he goes on to achieve great things after leaving Haileybury.

Vinith Imayavasan: Year 9, Berwick

Douglas Travis Scholarship

Vinith Imayavasan is the recipient of a scholarship gifted by an old Haileyburian and former AMA President Dr Douglas Travis (OH 1974). Vinith commenced in Year 9 at Berwick and has made a tremendous start. He enjoys being part of the Year 9 cohort saying, “the teachers and students across all campuses have made me feel like I belong, and that I had a role in this vast community”.

Zack Charles: Year 11, Berwick

William Buckland Foundation Scholarship

Zack and his sister Alli are recipients of William Buckland Foundation Indigenous Student Scholarships. William Buckland (OH 1940) is an Old Haileyburian and wonderful supporter of Haileybury.

Zack has found this year very different due to these unprecedented times and online learning but says “Being at Haileybury and having access to all my amazing teachers who are willing to help me is great. I’ve got so much support around me.”

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