Cranbrook is a distinctive school with a unique ethos. We believe in equipping young people with confidence in their pursuit of excellence as we celebrate the creativity and diversity of human capacity.
Our plans for the future of this great school are motivated by a resolution to renew our core ethos and develop so that Cranbrook can flourish as it meets twenty-first century challenges and opportunities.
Our Annual Giving Appeal is an opportunity for the Cranbrook community to show their support for our school’s core belief. The programmes you support help shape the destiny of our students and influence their impact upon wider society.
We are renewing and rebuilding our school, and this Annual Giving Appeal is a very important part of that process. The plans for the future of Cranbrook are exhilarating and are based purely upon providing future generations of Cranbrookians with the best of chances as they head out into an increasingly adventurous, challenging and demanding world.
Any gift, however modest, will help us advance our plans enormously, and will set current and future Cranbrookians up for the challenges and chances to come.
This fund will support the renewal of the Senior School Bellevue Hill campus and our Wolgan Valley property which will realise teaching spaces that will inspire all who work in them.
At the Headmaster’s Discretion
Donations will be directed to the area most in need whether that is our programmes or facilities; all will have a direct impact on the opportunities we can offer our students.
Digitising the Archives/Cranbrook Library Fund
Ensuring Cranbrook’s history remains intact and accessible to our community. Through this digitisation, one hundred years of stories will not go untold and will remain for generations to come.
In the life cycle of any vibrant Music Department, there is the need to continually plan for the renewal of our instrumental inventory. As our programme grows there will be an increasing need for more specialised and diverse instruments.
This scholarship will assist indigenous students whilst ensuring our broader community have the opportunity to learn from, and develop friendships with Indigenous Australians.
Martin Pitt Scholarship
The Martin Pitt Scholarship is designed to support recipients from a rural community and who shows potential as a leader, is a talented and passionate sportsman and displays a real desire to reach his full potential in all areas.
Matt Street Scholarship
The criteria for the awarding of this scholarship is that the recipient, who is entering Year 11, clearly displays community awareness and a keenness for sport. Without this financial assistance they would be unable to attend Cranbrook School as a day or boarding student.
This scholarship is awarded to a boy based on merit and reason of equity who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend Cranbrook School. For donations to the OCA Scholarship fund, please make cheques payable to the Old Cranbrookians’ Scholarship Pty Ltd. For further information please contact Mr James Bush, Director of Alumni, by phoning +612 9327 9418 or emailing email@example.com.