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Scholarships

St Mark’s College offers scholarships for students going into secondary schooling. The scholarships are based on leadership, sporting endeavour and involvement in academic and community life.

2022 Scholarships applications

Scholarship Applications for
tuition commencing in 2022
have now closed. 

Contact the College for further information about 2023 scholarship opportunities.

Scholarship categories

St Mark's College offers scholarships in the areas of Boarding, Indigenous, Academic and Agriculture.

To apply complete and return and Application Form with your written application (as detailed in the Application Form). If you are a new applicant to the College, you will also need to complete the College Enrolment Form as part of your application.

Year 12 students at the College are encouraged to apply for the Elsa Chilvers Scholarship and the RSL Education Bursary. Information about applying for the scholarships will be provided at school.

$5,000 per year for 2 years

  • 1 x Scholarship available at Year 7 or 8
  • 1 x Scholarship available at Year 10

Awarded to a student based on financial need, academic endeavour, leadership, contribution to Parish, school and community life. 

$2,500 per year for 6 years

  • 2 x Scholarships available for Year 7 - 12 student

Awarded to Indigenous students based on leadership, sporting endeavour and involvement in academic and community life.

$2,500 per year for 2 years

  • 2 x Scholarships available at each of the following year levels: Year 7, Year 9 and Year 11. One scholarship at each year level will be awarded to a new enrolment, the other will be awarded to a current College student.

Awarded to students based on financial need, academic endeavour, leadership, contribution to Parish, school and community life. 

$1,500 per year for 2 years

  • 1 x Scholarship available for a Year 7 - 12 student

Awarded to a student based on a commitment to the agricultural industry and contribution to community life.

The Elsa Chilvers Scholarship is awarded in memory of Mrs Elsa Chilvers, a former teacher of St Mark’s. The scholarship is for Year 12 students at St Mark’s College.

The scholarship of $200 is for a student intending to study at Adelaide University, Flinders University or The University of South Australia. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist students financially as they commence tertiary study.

The selection panel will access applicants on their academic performance during Year 12 and their contribution in a positive manner to the life of the College.

Written applications indicating how you meet the assessment criteria should be forwarded to the Principal during the first week in November of each year.

We congratulate our 2019 recipient Crenie Kumar.

This scholarship donated by the Port Pirie RSL is to the value of $1000. The purpose of the award is to assist a Year 12 student to achieve their academic endeavours during their final year at school.

Applicants are invited to apply by submitting a CV detailing their academic history, involvement in the community/school activities, their goals and aspirations for the future. Applications will be accepted at the beginning of each year and the successful candidate will be advised during ANZAC week.

We congratulate our 2018 recipients Jessie LaForgia and Cooper Lane

For further information please contact the Year 12 Coordinator or the RSL www.rslsa.org.au.

We congratulate Sophie Millard, 2020 recipient of the Elsa Chilvers Scholarship

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Administration
455 The Terrace, Port Pirie South Australia 5540
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E info@smc.catholic.edu.au

Absentees
Benedict 08 8633 8802
Bosco 08 8633 8801