Carey offers Academic Scholarships each year to students in Years 7, 10 and 11.
Current and prospective students can apply.
Scholarships usually cover 50% remission of tuition fees. They do not cover the cost of application and entry fees, books, uniform, computers or the consolidated fee (which covers camps and excursions).
Applications for all scholarships can be lodged online through the School website from 16 October 2023 – please read through the information on this page and apply through the links below.
Year 7 Academic Scholarships
Year 10 and Year 11 Academic Scholarships
* Incurs late fee of additional $150.00
** Incurs fee for supplementary exam service of additional $130.00
The registration fee for 2025 scholarship applications is $95.00. Late applications will incur a late fee rate of $245.00 ($95.00 plus $150.00 late fee). Parents requesting the supplementary sitting service will incur a $130.00 fee in addition to the standard registration fee. Fees may change year to year without notice.
Scholarship testing will take place on Saturday 3 February 2024 at the School. The examination for Year 7 scholarships will take place in the morning and the examination for Year 10 and Year 11 scholarships will take place in the afternoon.
Once you have registered online you will receive more information about the day closer to the testing period.
For students who are unable to attend on this date, a supplementary examination will be held at another venue (not at Carey) on Wednesday 7 February 2024 at 9.15am. Please note there is an additional fee for parents who request the supplementary sitting. To register for the supplementary sitting, please contact Edutest directly on +61 3 9014 1411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
addition to the online application, all applicants must also send a copy of
their latest school report to the Admissions Office at Carey. We also request a
copy of Year 9 NAPLAN results for all applicants for Year 11. Please send
Attention: Admissions Manager
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by the relevant School Section Office to arrange an interview. Unsuccessful candidates will receive notification once the selection process has been finalised, along with a copy of the test results. This process can take several weeks to complete. If your child was unsuccessful in gaining an Academic Scholarship they can apply again in the future, if they will be entering Year 7, Year 10 or Year 11.
For further information about the scholarship examination, please contact Edutest on +61 3 9014 1411 or email email@example.com
Practice test papers may be purchased from the Edutest website at www.edutest.com.au
If you have further questions about Academic Scholarships please contact our Admissions Team on 03 9816 1242.