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Scholarships available to Year 9 Students

Scholarships ranging in value from $350 to $1,000 are available to support current Year 9 students who will be continuing secondary school next year. Applicants are encouraged to apply for as many scholarships that they may be eligible for.


E C James Scholarship for Year 9 students


Scholarship details
  • Sponsored by the Police Association
  • Valued at $900
  • Available for one year
  • One scholarship awarded each year

Who can apply?
  • Students who are completing Year 9 in 2021 in a registered Victorian school
  • Only students with a parent/guardian who is a member of the Victorian police force, a retired member or a police widow are eligible
  • Students involved in school and community activities

What documentation you need to provide?
  • Applicant's 2021 end-of-year academic results
  • Evidence that the parent/guardian is a member of the Victorian police force, a retired member or a police widow - member details required
  • Statements confirming the applicant’s involvement in school and community activities

    NOTE: Students with limited access to face-to-face school and community activities due to COVID-safe settings should include details of previous involvement in school and community activities, or school and community activities undertaken via online or virtual platforms such as Zoom

Application Closing Date
  • 28 February 2022

Further information
  • This scholarship is awarded in memory of the late E C James for his bravery and devotion to duty


John and Maud Askew Secondary Scholarships for Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 students


Scholarship details
  • Sponsored by Equity Trustees
  • Valued at $1,000 each
  • Available for one year
  • Multiple scholarships will be awarded in 2021

Who can apply?
  • Students completing Year 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 in 2021 in a registered Victorian government school
  • Students involved in school and community activities
  • Families or students who demonstrate financial need

What documentation you need to provide?
  • Applicant's 2021 end-of-year academic results
  • Statements written by the applicant confirming the their involvement in school and community activities. This section must be completed by the student
  • Evidence of the applicant's parent/guardian holding a valid Health Care Card (for those students under the age of 16 years) or a Low Income Health Care Card or a Pensioner Concession Card, or the applicant receiving the Youth Allowance (Centrelink Reference Number required)

NOTE: Students with limited access to face-to-face school and community activities due to COVID-safe settings should include details of previous involvement in school and community activities, or school and community activities undertaken via online or virtual platforms such as Zoom

Application Closing Date
  • 28 February 2022

Further information
  • John and Maud Askew bequeathed funds for the benefit and advancement of Victorian government primary and secondary school students