Scholarships - Academic and Music

Jesuit schools have a tradition of assisting in the education of students who would not otherwise have access to an Ignatian education. In this tradition Saint Ignatius’ College pursues its mission of attracting a diverse range of students.

 

Scholarships for Entry in 2021

Saint Ignatius’ College offers academic and music scholarships to students who are able to display established excellence or significant promise in a range of academic areas, as well as those who have most appropriately demonstrated the application of an Ignatius education.
 

Academic Scholarships

Applications are now open to apply for ACER Academic Scholarship Tests for students who in 2021 will enter Year 7, Year 8, Year 10 or Year 11.

  • Click here to apply for a Level 1 Scholarship Test if your child will enter Year 7 or 8 in 2021.
  • Click here to apply for a Level 2 Scholarship Test if your child will enter Year 10 in 2021.
  • Click here to apply for a Level 3 Scholarship Test if your child will enter Year 11 in 2021.

Applications will close at 11:30pm CDT on Thursday, 23 January 2020.

The ACER Academic Scholarship Tests will be held on Saturday, 8 February 2020 at the Senior School, Athelstone.

Successful applicants will be notified in March 2020.

 

Music Scholarships

Applications are now open to apply for a Music Scholarship for students who in 2021 will enter Year 7, Year 8, or Year 9. 

  • Click here to download a Music Scholarship application form.

Applications will close at 11:30pm CDT on Monday, 10 February 2020.

Music Scholarship Auditions will be held on Tuesday, 18 February 2020 at the Senior School, Athelstone.

Successful applicants will be notified in March 2020.

 

Enquiries

For enrolment, admission or scholarship enquiries please contact the College Registrar,
Mrs Monica Klingberg on 8334 9348 or email:
registrar@ignatius.sa.edu.au  

 

Ignatius students benefit from an excellent education rich in Jesuit values and Christian spirit, and enrich the College community as well as the wider community throughout their lives. “These young men and women will always carry the gift of an Ignatian Education.”