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Enrol Your Child at Woodleigh School

Please Note: 

The Woodleigh School Enrolments Office will continue to operate through the current COVID-19 school closure period.

Please call us on 5971 6100 or email enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au for information.

Selecting the school that’s right for you is an important process. Our Enrolments team is committed to making your experience as personal and enjoyable as possible.

Thank you for your interest in Woodleigh School!

Woodleigh School is a place which affirms openness, independence, creativity, self-motivation and initiative; elements which you can sense as soon as you enter the school. Woodleigh School is entirely coeducational and committed to the belief that this is the only suitable setting to educate both boys and girls for adult life.

Applications for Enrolment may be submitted at any time throughout the year, and early applications are encouraged, to increase the likelihood of securing a place for your child in your preferred year of entry.

Whilst an application itself does not guarantee your child a place, it does ensure they are added to the enrolment list and considered for their desired year of entry.  Applications are ordered by date of receipt, with consideration given to current families and children of past students.*

To apply, complete the relevant ‘Application for Enrolment’ form and forward, together with the non-refundable Application Fee (of $100 including GST per child) to the Director of Enrolments, Sally Hicks – for positions at Minimbah, Penbank and Senior Campuses.

Please also include a copy of your child's Birth Certificate, and for ECC applications, a copy of the child's current Immunisation History Statement.

Please note that it is a requirement of the enrolment process that all families will have attended an Information Session before being invited for interview.

*Other levels of priority exist. Please call Sally Hicks, Director of Enrolments for further information 5971 6100.

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Enrolment Information Sessions

​Enrolment Information Sessions are presented regularly at our Senior Campus. These sessions give a full and broad understanding of the ethos and philosophies of the school as a whole.

Sessions include information about our academic curriculum, sport, the arts, Camps and Activities programs, and exchange opportunities. These sessions offer an invaluable insight into life at Woodleigh, both in the primary and secondary years. Evenings conclude with a Q&A session, providing parents with the opportunity to ask directly of the Principal any questions they may have.

Enrolment Information Sessions are currently being held via Zoom.

Bookings for Information Sessions are required. Please register your attendance by filling out the form below.

We also offer regular group tours of the Minimbah, Penbank and Senior Campuses. Click here to book a Campus Tour.

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Information Sessions and COVID-19

We thank you for your interest in booking to attend an Enrolment Information Session at Woodleigh School. Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will be running our Enrolment Information Evenings via Zoom. 

We are continuously monitoring government and health agency advice regarding the safety of public gatherings. When we are able we will invite families back to our lovely campus for these sessions.

You are welcome to still make a booking and we will be in contact to confirm details prior to each scheduled date.

Thank you for your support and understanding, and we look forward welcoming you to Woodleigh School in the near future.  

Sally Hicks
Director of Enrolments

Enrolment Information Session Booking

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Campus Tours

At Woodleigh School we have a zero tolerance for child abuse and are committed to acting in children’s best interests and keeping them safe from harm. The School regards its child protection responsibilities with the utmost importance and as such, is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child protection laws and regulations and maintain a child safe culture.

In booking this campus tour, you and those attending with you, agree to abide by the Child Safety Code of Conduct at Woodleigh School.

Campus Tours and COVID-19

Thank you for your interest in booking to attend a Woodleigh School Campus Tour. 

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are unable to offer tours at this time. Instead, we welcome you to complete the below form, and our Enrolments Team will be in contact to arrange a Private Tour when government advice deems it safe to do so. 

Thank you for your support and understanding, and we look forward to welcoming you to Woodleigh School.  

Sally Hicks 
Director of Enrolments

Private Campus Tour

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MINIMBAH CAMPUS

Minimbah Campus Tours focus on ECC-Year 6 programs at the School and depart from Reception.

Minimbah Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with Rod Davies, Head of Minimbah Campus. Call 9788 6488 to make an appointment.

PENBANK CAMPUS

Penbank Campus Tours focus on ECC-Year 6 programs at the School and depart from Reception.

Penbank Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with Vivienne Wearne, Head of Penbank Campus. Call 5978 8425 to make an appointment.

SENIOR CAMPUS

Senior Campus Tours focus on Year 7-12 programs at the School and depart from Reception.

Senior Campus Tours may also be held at other times by arrangement with Sally Hicks, Director of Enrolments. Call 5971 6100 to make an appointment.

Confirmation of your booking may take up to ten seconds. Thank you for your patience.

Woodleigh Fees

Application for Enrolment

An Application for Enrolment form may be submitted at any time. The application is not binding, and enables your son or daughter’s name to be placed on the waiting list for the appropriate year and level.

No place is guaranteed until after interview and a Letter of Offer received by you and the Terms of Business and Student Entry Fee returned to the School. The application form must be accompanied by a payment of $100.00. 

Student Entry Fee

A Student Entry Fee is payable prior to the commencement of each child at Woodleigh School. No place is considered reserved until the non-refundable Student Entry Fee is paid.

Entry to the School is available only to children with reserved places. A reservation will not be confirmed until a written offer of a place is made by the School and the Student Entry Fee has been paid.

The Student Entry Fee is a non-refundable amount of $900.00.

Woodleigh School Fees for 2020

MINIMBAH CAMPUS

YEAR LEVEL

TUITION FEE

CONSOLIDATED CHARGE

3 Year Old
ECC3

$7,982 

$114

4 Year Old
ECC4

$12,572

$298

Foundation

$13,558

$1492

Year 1

$14,895

$1492

Year 2

$16,529

$1492

Year 3

$19,482

$1,996

Year 4

$20,888

$2,224

Year 5

$21,409

$3,712

Year 6

$21,560

$4,285

PENBANK CAMPUS

YEAR LEVEL

TUITION FEE

CONSOLIDATED CHARGE

3 Year Old
ECC3

$7,982

$114

4 Year Old
ECC4

$9,429

$298

Foundation

$13,558

$1492

Year 1

$14,895

$1492

Year 2

$16,529

$1492

Year 3

$19,482

$1,996

Year 4

$20,888

$2,224

Year 5

$21,409

$2,224

Year 6

$21,560

$5,429

SENIOR CAMPUS

YEAR LEVELTUITION FEECONSOLIDATED CHARGE

Year 7

$24,253

$3,476

Year 8

$24,375

$3,459

Year 9

$25,237

$4,076

Year 10

$26,138

$3,550

Year 11

$26,939

$2,392

Year 12

$27,346

$1,984

* The Tuition Fee and Consolidated Charge for year levels 3-Year-Old ECC to Year 11 will be charged in four (4) equal instalments (January, April, July, September) and Year 12 in three (3) equal instalments (January, April, July). Fee statements will be sent out two weeks before the commencement of each term. 

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Building Levy

A Building Levy of $675.00 per family will be charged in four (4) equal instalments.

Notes

  1. Tuition Fees for each academic year will be set by the School Board and notified to parents in the preceding year.
  2. The School Board reserves the right to alter Tuition Fees and Consolidated Charges during the course of the academic year. Any such increase shall come into effect 28 days after written notification of any such increase has been provided to parents.
  3. Further accounts will be issued during each year for costs and incidental charges that accrue during the course of each term, for example, costs associated with the Activities Program, Activities Weeks, Camps, and some other elective programs.
  4. ECC Minimbah Campus: The 4 Year Old program operates four days per week (currently Monday to Thursday, 9am to 3pm). 
    1. The 3 Year Old program operates two days per week (currently Thursday and Friday, 9am to 3pm). 
  5. ECC Penbank Campus: The 4 Year Old program operates three days per week (currently Tuesday to Thursday, 9am to 3pm). 
    1. The 3 Year Old program operates two days per week (currently Monday and Friday, 9am to 3pm). 
  6. Children commencing during term will be charged on a pro-rata basis for tuition only. The Consolidated Charge and Building Levy will be charged at the term rate.
  7. Sibling discounts: A reduction of 5% is given on Tuition Fees for the second child, 25% for the third child and 50% for the fourth and subsequent children who are at the School at the same time. 
  8. A full term’s notice of withdrawal from the School is required, otherwise a term’s fees will be charged in lieu of such notice. 

Payment of Fees

Fee accounts must be paid by one of the following methods:

  • Prepaid Yearly Tuition Fees - A discount of 2.5% is granted to any family wishing to pay the year’s tuition in one instalment. This payment is due for payment prior to Friday 13 December 2019. Please contact the Finance Office to organise the relevant paperwork.
  • Payment in full within 14 days of the issue of the account. This payment may be made by BPAY, credit card or cheque.
  • By eleven monthly payments (February to December) either by direct debit authority from your credit card or bank account, processed on the 15th day of each month. If you wish to pay your account monthly, please contact the Finance Office. Email arand@woodleigh.vic.edu.au, or call (03) 5971 6100. Applications must be received by Friday 17 January 2020.

Books and Stationery

Students at Woodleigh will be expected to purchase some of their basic textbooks and all of their stationery requirements, using booklists prepared by the School.

Scholarships

For Entry into Year 7, 2021

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER 2020

General Information

As a result of two of our Community Scholarship awardees graduating at the end of 2020, the Woodleigh School Board is pleased to be able to offer two Community Scholarships to students of Sudanese origin. The Scholarships are for entry into Year 7, 2021, for students who do not currently attend the school, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Community Scholarship

Woodleigh School welcomes applications from students of Sudanese heritage, who feel that they have much to offer our school community. The Community Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn and the willingness to fully participate in the co-curricular life of the school. A strong connection to their heritage, leadership skills, citizenship qualities, and a commitment to community service, are all key selection criteria. Students applying for the Community Scholarship are required to submit a portfolio providing evidence of their academic engagement, participation in local sport or community groups, their desire to serve others and of their efforts to make a positive contribution to their wider school community.

Boarding and homestay facilities are NOT available, so it is expected that applicants will live with their families/guardians within a commutable distance of the school.

Applications

Applications for the Year 7, 2021 Community Scholarships are now open and close on Friday 23 October 2020.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Completed Application for Enrolment (no application fee is required)
  • A copy of the student’s Birth Certificate or Passport
  • Evidence of the student’s Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements including a photograph of the student
  • Semester 1, 2020 full school report
  • Semester 2, 2019 full school report
  • Year 5 NAPLAN test results
  • Year 3 NAPLAN test results
  • Letter of recommendation from the student’s School Principal or Year 6 teacher
  • Other documents providing evidence of the candidate’s commitment to and involvement in their local community

The candidate should also submit a written piece (no longer than 500 words) introducing themselves and telling us about their family or community. How would they make a positive contribution to the Woodleigh community?

Supporting documentation will not be returned, so please do not supply originals. Documents should be clearly named and A4 in size. Documents should be submitted to the Director of Enrolments, Woodleigh School, 485 Golf Links Road, Langwarrin South, 3911, by the closing date of Friday 23 October 2020. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Alternatively, documents can be emailed to enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by 5pm on Friday 23 October 2020. Supporting documents will not be considered after this time.

Inclusions & Expectations

Community Scholarships cover 100% of Tuition Fees and Consolidated Charges and are tenable through to the end of Year 12. The Student Entry Fee ($900.00) is waived for the successful applicants. Extra costs such as: PE/Sport uniforms, Activities weeks camps over $650 (negotiable) and optional fee charged Activities are not a part of the Tuition Fees, and are not covered by the scholarship, unless otherwise stated. Books and some music lessons are covered. The scholarships are awarded with the intention that the successful candidates will continue through to the end of Year 12 and is subject to annual review by the Principal.

If it is felt that the student’s work, behaviour, or attendance is below standard or inappropriate, the Principal reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship with reasonable notice. Applications for this Community Scholarship are only open to students not currently attending Woodleigh School, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Results

Shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with one of the School’s Community Scholarship liaison officers.

Final round applicants will be interviewed by the Principal.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. No correspondence will be entered into. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact the Enrolments Office.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au.

Download Community Scholarship Information

Download Application For Enrolment Form

For Entry into Year 7, 2021

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER 2020

General Information

As a result of two of our Community Scholarship awardees graduating at the end of 2020, the Woodleigh School Board is pleased to be able to offer two Community Scholarships to students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin. The Scholarships are for entry into Year 7, 2021, for students who do not currently attend the school, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Community Scholarship

Woodleigh School welcomes applications from students of Indigenous heritage, who feel that they have much to offer our school community. The Community Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn and the willingness to fully participate in the co-curricular life of the school. A strong connection to their heritage, leadership skills, citizenship qualities, and a commitment to community service, are all key selection criteria. Students applying for the Community Scholarship are required to submit a portfolio providing evidence of their academic engagement, participation in local sport or community groups, their desire to serve others and of their efforts to make a positive contribution to their wider school community.

Boarding and homestay facilities are NOT available, so it is expected that applicants will live with their families/guardians within a commutable distance of the school.

Applications

Applications for the Year 7, 2021 Community Scholarships are now open and close on Friday 23 October 2020.

Supporting Documentation

The following documents are required for each scholarship candidate:

  • Completed Application for Enrolment (no application fee is required)
  • Cover letter outlining the student’s qualities and achievements including a photograph of the student
  • Semester 1, 2020 full school report
  • Semester 2, 2019 full school report
  • Year 5 NAPLAN test results
  • Year 3 NAPLAN test results
  • Evidence of Aboriginality
  • Letter of recommendation from the student’s School Principal or Year 6 teacher
  • Other documents providing evidence of the candidate’s commitment to and involvement in their local community

The candidate should also submit a written piece (no longer than 500 words) introducing themselves and telling us about their ‘mob’, family or community. How would they make a positive contribution to the Woodleigh community?

Supporting documentation will not be returned, so please do not supply originals. Documents should be clearly named and A4 in size. Documents should be submitted to the Director of Enrolments, Woodleigh School, 485 Golf Links Road, Langwarrin South, 3911, by the closing date of Friday 23 October 2020.
Applications will not be accepted after this date.

Alternatively, documents can be emailed to enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by 5pm on Friday 23 October 2020. Supporting documents will not be considered after this time.

Inclusions & Expectations

Community Scholarships cover 100% of Tuition Fees and Consolidated Charges and are tenable through to the end of Year 12. The Student Entry Fee ($900.00) is waived for the successful applicants. Extra costs such as: PE/Sport uniforms, Activities Weeks camps over $650 (negotiable) and optional fee charged Activities are not a part of the Tuition Fees, and are not covered by the scholarship, unless otherwise stated. Books and some music lessons are covered. Each Aboriginal student is entitled to one fully-funded visit to one of our partnership remote communities. The scholarships are awarded with the intention that the successful candidates will continue through to the end of Year 12 and is subject to annual review by the Principal.

If it is felt that the student’s work, behaviour, or attendance is below standard or inappropriate, the Principal reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship with reasonable notice. Applications for this Community Scholarship are only open to students not currently attending Woodleigh School, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

Results

Shortlisted applicants will be required to meet with one of the School’s Community Scholarship liaison officers.

Final round applicants will be interviewed by the Principal.

Scholarship offers are strictly confidential and are made at the discretion of the Principal. No correspondence will be entered into. All applicants will receive communication from the school advising the outcome of their application.

Further Information

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Scholarships, please contact the Enrolments Office.

03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au.

Download Community Scholarship Information

Download Application For Enrolment Form

2020 Adventurous Minds Scholarship

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

A message to all scholarship applicants and their families.

Due to the current COVID-19 lockdown in place across Metropolitan Melbourne, we have moved to an online testing model, facilitated by Edutest Pty Ltd, to enable us to continue with our testing date on Saturday 12 September.

If you have any questions about the scholarships application process, please contact our enrolments team at enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au or call 5971 6100.

Scholarship Applications OPEN: Monday 13 July 2020 
Scholarship Applications CLOSE: Friday 4 September 2020 
Examination Day: Saturday 12 September 2020 (ONLINE TESTING)

General Information

Scholarship applications for entry into Years 5 & 7 in 2022 will open on Monday 13 July 2020. This year we are also offering a limited number of scholarships for entry into Years 5 to 12 in 2021. The total number of scholarships offered is dependent upon the quality of applicants and the availability of places. Applicants are advised to only apply for either the 2021 Homestead Scholarship or the 2022 Scholarship.  Applications can be made at this time via the link on the Woodleigh School website.

Adventurous Minds Scholarship applications are submitted via this website and we welcome applications from all talented girls and boys who feel they have much to offer our school. All students applying for an Adventurous Minds Scholarship are required to sit the scholarship examination on Saturday 12 September 2020. Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Principal, whose decision is final. Please note we do not share our results. 

Years 5 to 12 in 2021

Homestead Scholarships

Homestead Scholarships are only open to students who do not currently attend Woodleigh School. Applicants should have sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn, and the willingness to give their best to Woodleigh’s extensive co-curricular programs. We seek young leaders, who are committed to our community and work to better themselves and their peers through active contribution and service. Students who display a particular talent in the Visual or Performing Arts, Music or Sport, are all encouraged to apply. Homestead Scholarship applicants are required to sit the scholarship test and submit supporting documentation providing evidence of their engagement with their studies, participation in local sport or community groups, their desire to help others and of their efforts to make a positive contribution to the wider school community. 

Years 5 & 7 in 2022

Academic Scholarships

Academic Scholarships are open to current Woodleigh students, and to students who do not currently attend Woodleigh School. Academic Scholarships are awarded to the most highly-able students. Students who display outstanding academic ability on the scholarship test will be invited to an interview with the Principal. Supporting documentation should include evidence of the student’s particular academic talents and other notable interests and achievements. 

Music Scholarships

Music Scholarships are open to current Woodleigh students, and to students who do not currently attend Woodleigh School. Students applying for a Music Scholarship are required to sit the scholarship test. However, the most weight will be placed upon evidence of a high degree of talent in their chosen instrument/s. It is expected that applicants are able to perform to a minimum standard of AMEB Grade 2 for Year 5 entry or AMEB Grade 3 for Year 7 entry, or a comparable level. Shortlisted students will be invited to audition before the Director of Music, where they will be asked to perform two contrasting pieces of music on their chosen instrument/s and to demonstrate their ability to sight-read. Not all Music candidates will be invited to audition. 

Principal’s Scholarships

Principal’s Scholarships are open to current Woodleigh students, and to students who do not currently attend Woodleigh School. Principal’s Scholarships are awarded on the basis of sound academic potential, a strong desire to learn and the willingness to fully participate in the co- curricular life of the School. Leadership skills, citizenship qualities, a commitment to community service, and a particular talent in Visual or Performing Arts, Music or Sport, are all key selection criteria. Students applying for a Principal’s Scholarship are required to sit the scholarship test and to submit supporting documentation providing evidence of their academic engagement, participation in local sport or community groups, their desire to serve others and of their efforts to make a positive contribution to their wider school community. 

Testing

All candidates applying for a Woodleigh School Adventurous Minds Scholarship are required to sit the scholarship test. Testing will occur in the morning of Saturday 12 September 2020 and be conducted by Edutest Pty Ltd. As a result of the current restrictions surrounding public gatherings in Victoria, the test will be conducted ONLINE. The test is broken up into four subsets – Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Mathematics. Students will have 2.5 hours in which to complete the tests. An outline of the recommended testing environment and the conditions under which the testing must be undertaken, will be provided to families the week prior to testing.

Applications

Scholarship applications will open on Monday 13 July 2020 and close on Friday 4 September 2020. Testing and application closing dates will be advertised on the School’s website and in the local press. 

Applications must be made online by following the ‘Scholarship Program’ link available on the ‘Enrolment’ page on the school’s website (www.woodleigh.vic.edu.au/enrol) - available only whilst applications are open.

A non-refundable application fee is charged to cover administrative and testing expenses and must be paid at the time the application is lodged. The application fee for this testing is $95.00, including GST.

Please Note: 

  • Should Woodleigh School be forced to cancel our Scholarship Testing Program due to COVID-19 restrictions, all applicants will be refunded 100% of their $95 application fee.  
  • Should Woodleigh School be forced to reschedule the Scholarship Testing Program and an applicant is unable to sit on the new date, they will receive a 75% refund. (Edutest charge a 25% admin fee).

Applications will not be accepted after Friday 4 September 2020.

Supporting Documentation

Supporting documentation for all scholarship candidates (including current Woodleigh students) must be provided as below. Specific scholarship types require additional supporting documentation to be provided. Please read through the list carefully to ensure that you supply all the documentation as requested.

Documents should be emailed to enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au by 5pm on Friday 4 September 2020. Supporting documents will not be considered after this time.

All candidates to provide (including current Woodleigh students)

  • Student Overview – Will be emailed to the family upon receipt of the scholarship application. 
  • A copy of the candidate’s Birth Certificate.
  • A passport sized photograph of the candidate.
  • A copy of the candidate’s full Semester 1, 2020 school report.
  • A copy of the candidate’s full Semester 2, 2019 school report.
  • A copy of the candidate’s last two NAPLAN test results. 
    (Year 5 2021 candidates are only required to provide their Year 3 results).
    (Year 5 2022 candidates will be unable to provide any NAPLAN results due to the cancellation of 2020 NAPLAN testing).
    (Year 7 2022 candidates are only required to provide their Year 3 results due to the cancellation of 2020 NAPLAN testing).
  • We recommend the inclusion of a Teacher/Principal/Coach or Mentor reference to support your application.

Homestead Scholarship candidates - Years 5 - 12, 2021

  • Evidence of a particular academic talent or participation in academic pursuits, e.g. Tournament of Minds, Da Vinci Decathlon, UNSW ICAS.
  • Evidence of participation in academic enhancement programs or academic awards, e.g. debating, Chess Club, Faculty Awards.
  • Evidence of a particular talent in Visual or the Performing Arts, e.g. Music exams, theatre or dance productions, samples of artwork. 
  • Evidence of a particular talent in sport or a physical pursuit, e.g. football, netball, swimming, triathlon, equestrian, snow sports. 

Academic Scholarship candidates - Years 5 & 7, 2022

  • Evidence of a particular academic talent or participation in academic pursuits, e.g. Tournament of Minds, Da Vinci Decathlon, UNSW ICAS. 
  • Evidence of participation in academic enhancement programs or academic awards, e.g. Debating, Chess Club, Faculty Awards. 

Music Scholarship candidates - Years 5 & 7, 2022

  • Evidence of varying solo or ensemble performances.
  • Duration of study.
  • Examination gradings.
  • The ability to perform on more than one instrument.
  • Candidates may also like to include a reference from their music teacher. 

Principal’s Scholarship candidates - Years 5 & 7, 2022

  • Evidence of a particular academic talent or participation in academic pursuits, e.g. Tournament of Minds, Da Vinci Decathlon, UNSW ICAS. 
  • Evidence of participation in academic enhancement programs or academic awards, e.g. debating, Chess Club, Faculty Awards.
  • Evidence of leadership skills, citizenship qualities or involvement in any community or service groups, e.g. School or House Captain, Scouting, St John’s, Surf Life Saving, participation in community fundraisers.
  • Evidence of a particular talent in Visual or the Performing Arts, e.g. Music exams, theatre or dance productions, samples of artwork. 
  • Evidence of a particular talent in sport or a physical pursuit, e.g. football, netball, swimming, triathlon, equestrian, snow sports. 

Inclusions and Expectations

The 2020 Adventurous Minds Scholarships will range between 20% and 50% remission of Tuition Fees but may be for differing amounts. Additional costs, such as the Enrolment Application Fee, Student Entry Fee, Consolidated Charge, some camps, Private Music lessons, uniforms and books are not part of the Tuition Fees and are not covered by the scholarship unless otherwise stated.

All Woodleigh School Adventurous Minds Scholarships are awarded with the intention that the successful candidate will continue through to the end of Year 12, and are subject to annual review by the Principal. If it is felt that the student’s work or behaviour is below standard or inappropriate, or in the case of a Music Scholarship, where the student withdraws from studying their specified instrument, the Principal reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship with reasonable notice. 

Results

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview with the Principal and/or an audition with the Director of Music. Being invited to an interview or audition is not a guarantee of a scholarship offer.

Unsuccessful applicants will be advised via email at the conclusion of the selection process. This process can take several weeks to complete. Testing results will not be released or shared with other schools. 

Further Information

We very much hope that the scholarship program will proceed as planned and welcome your application at this time. We will be in touch with all applicants closer to the testing date as government guidelines for this period are confirmed.

Additionally, It is an expectation that families whose children are applying for a scholarship will have attended one of the school’s regular Enrolment Information Sessions, and completed a Campus Tour. While tours are not possible at the moment, bookings can be made for our Enrolment Information Sessions further up this page.

If you have any further questions regarding Woodleigh School Adventurous Minds Scholarships, please feel free to contact the Enrolments Office on 03 5971 6100 or enrol@woodleigh.vic.edu.au.

SALLY HICKS 
Director of Enrolments

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Virtual Tours

Please click here to access a tour of our Minimbah Campus.

Please note that tours of our Penbank and Senior Campuses will be completed after the Stage 4 lockdown restrictions are lifted.