We expect our Scholars to set a healthy example to others through their conduct and their pursuit of excellence, whether that be in Music, Arts, Sport or a specific area of the Curriculum.
We offer Academic, Music and general Excellence Scholarships at Cranbrook – each recognising the skills, character and promise we champion at our School. These awards recognise talent, further potential and a positive and generous approach to School life.
Our Scholarship programmes offer particularly talented individuals an opportunity to learn and flourish within our community.
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. If you have any questions regarding the Scholarship process, please reach out to our Admissions Team via Enrol@cranbrook.nsw.edu.au or call us on +61 2 9327 9000.
Academic & Music Scholarships
Year 7 2024 Academic and Music Scholarships Now Open
Please be advised that submissions for our Year 7 Academic & Music Scholarships for 2024 are now open and will close on 20 January 2023.
Application dates and timelines are available in the Academic & Music Scholarship Programme.
Please click the link below to register your details.
Martin Pitt Scholarship
Martin Pitt was at Cranbrook for almost 60 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 sportsman.
Matt Street Scholarship
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 Year 12.
Please be advised that submissions for our Martin Pitt and Matt Street Scholarships for 2023 have now closed.