Haileybury Foundation Scholarships
Due to the incredible generosity of donors from within the Haileybury community, Haileybury Foundation Scholarships are now availiable for students who would not have otherwise have had an opportunity to attend Haileybury.
Class of 1988 Scholarship
Haileybury Foundation’s Class Giving program aims to provide scholarships to a student who would not ordinarily be able to attend Haileybury. Scholarships are funded by alumni peer year levels, comprising of individuals within that particular year group. Haileybury is proud of its alumni and our former students are well engaged and connected with each other.
Our Class Giving scholarships provide our alumni with an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy and one that will change lives forever.
Class Giving Scholarships can be awarded to a Victorian student who is entering Year 7, 9 or 10 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.
- Is an all-rounder, possessing sound academic results and one or more interests in community service, drama, music, or sport.
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 2-3 members of the Class of 1988.
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 be required to meet with members of the Class of ‘88 at least once per year to discuss the benefits the scholarship is providing to the individual’s growth and scholastic success.
How to Apply
All applications must be emailed to the Director of Development and Alumni Relations with the following attachments:
- The Class of 1988 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 August 2019
Applications Close: 6 September 2019
No late applications will be accepted.