Scholarships

Haileybury Foundation: Gary Bailey Memorial Scholarship

This Haileybury Foundation Scholarship is in memory of Gary Bailey (OH ‘82) who sadly passed away in 2009. Gary commenced his schooling at Haileybury in Year 7 in 1977 and departed Haileybury in 1980 after completing Year 10.

This scholarship can be awarded to a Victorian student who is going into Year 7 in 2020 at any of our Victorian based campuses and;

  • would not ordinarily be able to attend Haileybury based on their current financial situation
  • is a positive contributor the community in which he/she lives.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview with a member of the School’s Senior Executive and a member of the Foundation’s Board.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia within the meaning of the Australian Citizenship Act 1948. The recipient must also satisfy the "equity" requirement of the Rules of the Haileybury Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will go through to and include Year 12, and can be awarded as required and if funds are available.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • Gary Bailey Memorial Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns.

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 16 March 2019

Applications Close: 27 April 2019

Haileybury Foundation: Robin Fildes Scholarship

Robin Fildes OAM completed his schooling at Haileybury in 1957 before joining the family business. Robin is now Chairman of the Fildes Group, which includes companies specialising in labels, packaging, printing, consumables and software support programs to Australian pharmacies, hospitals, commercial kitchens and retail packaging.

In addition, Rob has achieved a number of important roles in both business and sports administration. Rob became the International Senior Vice President of the world’s leading chief executives’ organisation, YPO, with headquarters in Washington DC.  In sports administration he was a Trustee of the Melbourne and Olympic Park Trust 1995-2001; Chairman of the Australia Masters Games, Melbourne 1995; received an OAM for sports administration 1998; President and Chairman of Athletics Australia 2005-13; Member of International Association of Athletics Federation 2009-12; and, Patron of Portsea Surf Life Saving Club 2015.

This scholarship can be awarded to a Victorian student who is going into Year 7 in 2020 at any of our Victorian based campuses and;

  • would not ordinarily be able to attend Haileybury based on their current financial situation
  • is an outstanding all-rounder, possessing excellent academic results and one or more drama, musical or sporting talent.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview with a member of the School’s Senior Executive, a member of the Foundation’s Board and Robin Fildes.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia within the meaning of the Australian Citizenship Act 1948. The recipient must also satisfy the "equity" requirement of the Rules of the Haileybury Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will go through to and include Year 12, and can be awarded as required and if funds are available. The recipient will have the opportunity to meet with Robin Fildes once per year.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • Robin Fildes Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns.

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 16 March 2019

Applications Close: 27 April 2019

Haileybury Foundation: Ian W. Cox Scholarship

Ian Cox’s (OH ’47) contribution to Haileybury was lifelong and unstinting. During his final years of schooling he was School Captain and Senior Cadet Lieutenant. Following his school days, and while conducting a busy city legal practice, he provided magnificent service to the School in a variety of roles from 1953 through to 1974.

The Ian W. Cox scholarship can be awarded to a Victorian student who is going into Year 9 in 2020 at any of our Victorian based campuses and;

  • Has shown a strong commitment to the community in which they are associated with
  • Has demonstrated significant contribution to social justice
  • Whose family would not ordinarily be able to send their child to Haileybury.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview with a member of the School’s Senior Executive and a member of the Foundation’s Board.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia within the meaning of the Australian Citizenship Act 1948. The recipient must also satisfy the "equity" requirement of the Rules of the Haileybury Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will go through to and include Year 12, and can be awarded as required and if funds are available. The recipient will have the opportunity to meet with members of the Cox family once per year.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • Ian W. Cox Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns.

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 16 March 2019

Applications Close: 27 April 2019

Haileybury Foundation: G & A McGeary Scholarship

Geoff (OH ’59) and Anne McGeary both grew up in Bayside and together they built Australian Pacific Touring, a family business that is still proudly Australian owned and is now a global travel company. Both Geoff and Anne are actively involved in charity work, and both have been recognised for their contribution over many years

The G & A McGeary Scholarship can be awarded to a Victorian student who is going in to Year 7 in 2020 at any of our Victorian based campuses and;

  • Has shown a strong commitment to the community in which they are associated with
  • Has demonstrated significate contribution to social justice
  • Whose family would not ordinarily be able to send their children to Haileybury.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview with a member of the School’s Senior Executive and a member of the Foundation’s Board.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia within the meaning of the Australian Citizenship Act 1948. The recipient must also satisfy the "equity" requirement of the Rules of the Haileybury Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will go through to and include Year 12, and can be awarded as required and if funds are available. The recipient will have the opportunity to meet with members of the McGeary family once per year.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • G & A McGeary Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns.

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 16 March 2019

Applications Close: 27 April 2019

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

The G & A McGeary Scholarship (in memory of Russell McLean Howard) has been kindly donated by Geoff (OH ’59) and Anne McGeary.

Russell McLean Howard was a much loved man. Born in 1948, with an acquired brain injury from birth, Russell grew to be a contributing member of society. Hard working and remarkably brave, Russell was stoic in the way in which he faced the adversities in his short life. He found work in his local community and was able to support himself and live independently.

The G & A McGeary Scholarship (in memory of Russell McLean Howard) can be awarded to a Victorian student who is going in to Year 7 in 2020 at any of our Victorian based campuses and;

  • Has shown a strong commitment to the community in which they are associated with
  • Has demonstrated significate contribution to social justice
  • Whose family have experienced adversity
  • Whose family would not ordinarily be able to send their children to Haileybury.

Short listed candidates will be contacted for an interview with a member of the School’s Senior Executive and a member of the Foundation’s Board.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia within the meaning of the Australian Citizenship Act 1948. The recipient must also satisfy the "equity" requirement of the Rules of the Haileybury Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will go through to and include Year 12, and can be awarded as required and if funds are available. The recipient will have the opportunity to meet with members of the McGeary family once per year.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • The G & A McGeary Scholarship (in memory of Russell McLean Howard) Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns.

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 16 March 2019

Applications Close: 27 April 2019

General Excellence Scholarships

Students currently in Year 6 and 9 at any school are invited to apply for a General Excellence Scholarship.  These scholarships are for a 2020 entry at our Keysborough, Brighton, Berwick and City campuses. Additional Year 5 Scholarships for a 2020 entry are also available at the Berwick campus.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • General Excellence Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent school reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 1 March 2019

Applications Close: 30 April 2019

Socio-Economic Scholarships (SES)

A number of means-tested SES Scholarships (for 2020 entry) will be awarded each year to students entering Haileybury at Year 7 whose annual family income is below $80,000. These scholarships are awarded to students for entry into Year 7 at our Middle Schools at Berwick, Brighton, City or Keysborough (Newlands), and are awarded on the basis of school reports, NAPLAN results, school reference and interview.

SES Scholarships are tenable until the student has completed Year 12 for as long as the means test is satisfied. If family income rises above $80,000 in any financial year, the scholarship for the following year may be reduced at the discretion of the School.

The value of the SES Scholarship is determined by the School according to its assessment of the family's ability to pay, and may be as much as 90% of the School's tuition fee. The Haileybury entrance fee is waived, however the administrative charge and any levies are still payable.

Proof of income will be required. 

There are limited SES positions available.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • Socio-Economic Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent School Reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Two most recent tax returns

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 1 March 2019

Applications Close: 30 April 2019

Indigenous Scholarships

Haileybury is pleased to offer a small number of scholarships each year to Indigenous students who would otherwise be unable to attend the School.

These scholarships cover up to 90% of the School's Tuition Fees to the end of Year 12 and are available for entry into Years 5-7 at the Keysborough, Brighton, Berwick and City campuses.

Applications should be in writing, addressed to the Head of Admissions, and should include:

  • A completed Haileybury Application form (no Application Fee is payable),
  • Two previous school reports and NAPLAN results, and
  • Certificate of Aboriginality

Every application will be considered on its merits by the Principal and Haileybury's Scholarships Committee.

There are limited Indigenous Scholarships available for 2020 entry.

How to Apply

All applications must be emailed to the Head of Admissions with the following attachments:

  • Indigenous Scholarship Application Form
  • Two most recent school reports
  • Two most recent NAPLAN results
  • Certificate of Aboriginality

All application forms must be downloaded and completed in the Adobe PDF software. If not your application maybe delivered incomplete and you will be asked to resubmit.

Please note that no hard copy applications will be accepted.

Applications Open: 1 March 2019

Applications Close: 30 April 2019

For further information on any of the above scholarships please contact the Head of Admissions on the following:

T: +61 3 9904 6110

E: karen.whitten@haileybury.vic.edu.au