At Cranbrook we offer Academic and Music Scholarships: these awards recognise talent, further potential and a positive and generous approach to school life.
We expect our scholars to set a healthy example to others through their conduct and their pursuit of excellence, whether that be in Music or a specific area of the curriculum.
The awarding of a scholarship will be dependent upon academic results from the Cranbrook School Scholarship Examination (conducted by Academic Assessment Services), submission of supporting material and an interview. All scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of the Headmaster. Scholarships are awarded for entry into Year 7 and are only awarded to Australian citizens.
Thank you for your interest in a scholarship at Cranbrook School. Applications for scholarships in 2019 are now open.
To celebrate Cranbrook’s 100 years of history, this year we have introduced the Centenary Scholarship.
This is available to students not currently enrolled at Cranbrook School and eligible for entry to Years 7-11 in 2018 or 2019. Students must be able to demonstrate sound values and celebrate the Cranbrook ethos. They will be generous of spirit, and open to Science and Literature, Sport and Art, Service and Adventure, as well as a keenness to contribute to the strong community of our school.
This is a means-tested scholarship, and is set aside for families and students who would otherwise be unable to attend Cranbrook School. Supporting financial details will be requested from the parents of short listed applicants.
This Scholarship is only open to applicants who are Australian Citizens or permanent residents of Australia.
Applications opening soon.
Martin was at Cranbrook for almost sixty years. He was the heart and soul of the School. To commemorate Martin’s commitment and contribution to the life of Cranbrook, his family and the School established The Martin Pitt Scholarship.
To qualify for this scholarship, your son should be able to display a real desire to attend our school, show potential as a leader and be a talented sportman.
The Matt Street Scholarship was established by Old Cranbrookian Philip (Hooky) James Lee Street (1948) in memory of his youngest son, Matthew Lee Street who boarded at Cranbrook from 1970 to 1977.
The requirements for the awarding of this scholarship is a boy who shows community awareness and a keen sportsman. He will be entering Year 11 or 12.