The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Music Scholarship - Applications now open

We are excited to announce that applications for the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Music Scholarship are now open. The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Music Scholarship (The Scholarship) was established in 2017 to support students who excel in both performance and the study of music and who personally make or will make a significant contribution to the life of St Andrew's Anglican College through music. Funded by the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation along with contributions donated to the College's Scholarship Fund, The Scholarship's aim is to make instrumental lessons available to students whose parents are able to provide a St Andrew's education but not able to fund the additional opportunities that exist in the area of Music.

Two scholarships will be offered to current St Andrew's students in Years 9, 10 and 11 who are eligible to apply, for commencement in the following year. The Scholarship will cover the cost of instrumental music lessons for the period of one school year along with the Music levy charge and instrument hire if required.

Recipients of The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Music Scholarship will be male or female students entering Year 10, 11 or 12 in 2019, who have displayed excellent aptitude and attitude towards their Music Studies. The students should have a proven desire to be actively involved in school life through participation in extra-curricular and service activities and show a passion in the study of Music. The students will recognise that their commitment will be ongoing through the term of The Scholarship and that they will participate in additional ensembles and performances in addition to lessons, as appropriate.

Applications will be due by 4:00pm on Friday October 26. Parents must complete an Application Form and a Financial Declaration Form and students must write a letter of application.

For more details regarding the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Music Scholarship click here.

We thank the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation for their generous support of Music at St Andrew's.