Cultural Scholarships

Redhill School is pleased to offer a limited number of Cultural Scholarships to current, as well as prospective, students entering the High School in Grade 8 2019.  Scholarships are awarded on the condition that the recipient will at all times honour the Vision, Mission Statement and Values of the School.

Recipients of a Cultural Scholarship are further expected to contribute, as and when needed, to cultural activities undertaken by the School. They will also be required to continue (both studying and performing) in their chosen discipline for the duration of the Scholarship. It is expected that successful candidates participate in the wide range of opportunities available at the School.

Scholarships may be granted to those applicants who demonstrate outstanding performance ability by meeting the following criteria (required from ALL applicants):

 

Music

The applicant’s standard of performance must be at or above (UNISA/ABRSM/Trinity):

  • Gr 3 in their Grade 7 year
  • Gr 4 in their Grade 8 year
  • Gr 5 in their Grade 9 year
  • Gr 6 in their Grade 10 year

 

  • The applicant must display the potential to act as a positive role model to fellow students and in all musical programs
  • The applicant must supply evidence of current (within the past two years) in-school and out of school musical achievements as well as consistent ensemble
  • Please list all achievements and upload documentary evidence. For example a photocopy of certificates, citations and medals
  • Applicants will be required to perform an audition.

 

Dramatic Arts/Dance

  • The applicant must display the potential to act as a positive role model to fellow students and in all Dramatic Arts/Dance programs
  • Students wishing to apply for a Dramatic Arts/Dance (performance) scholarship will be required to produce a portfolio summarising their performance and/or examination history. The applicant must supply evidence of current (within the past two years) in-school and out of school performance
  • Please list all achievements and upload documentary evidence. For example a photocopy of qualifications, certificates and medals
  • Applicants will be required to perform an audition.

Short-listed candidates will be invited to an audition and will be invited to attend an interview with the Executive Head, Head of High School and the Director of Visual and Performing Arts. However, attending such an interview does not constitute an offer of a scholarship.

 

Scholarship Applications for 2019 are now closed. Please contact the Admissions department for more information.

Read more on our Enrolment Process here.