Cannon Hill Anglican College is pleased to offer a number of Academic Scholarships for boys and girls entering the College in Year 7, affording partial remission of tuition fees. All students, including those already enrolled for Year 7 at Cannon Hill Anglican College, or at other schools, are eligible to apply to sit for the Scholarship Exam.
The scholarship examinations are held at the College in early March, each year, in conjunction with the College's Open Day. The examination dates are advertised in local media and are on the College website under Events. The next exam will be held on Saturday 7 March 2020 for Year 7, 2021 students. Registrations will open early in 2020 (date subject to change).
To register for the Scholarship Exam, please visit this website in early 2020.
Offers of scholarships for successful candidates are based on the scholarship examination results, previous school performance and an interview with the Principal.
Scholarships apply in the first instance for Years 7 to 10. A review in Year 10 determines the possible continuation of a Scholarship for Years 11 and 12 based on the following criteria:
- adherence to the College ethos
- commitment and contribution to the broader life of the College
- excellent behaviour
- a high level of academic achievement.
For further information on the Scholarship Exam, please contact our Secondary Enrolments Registrar.
CHAC provides specialist programs for students who are capable of achieving at very high levels in one or more aspects of the College curriculum. The focus in the Senior School is to challenge individuals and take them out of their comfort zone to facilitate capabilities awareness and academic potential.
CHAC offers students the opportunity to be involved in a range of extra-curricular programs, which helps them to gain confidence, experience new activities, enhance their learning, enjoy broader social networks and feel a belonging to a community.
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