Rouse Hill Anglican College

Rouse Hill, NSW 2155

Scholarships Offered

Music/Creative/Performing Arts Scholarships – Year Seven and Year Eleven

Music/Creative/Performing Arts Scholarships of varying values will be offered for entry into Year Se...

Music/Creative/Performing Arts Scholarships of varying values will be offered for entry into Year Seven and Year Eleven. Applicants are required to submit a Scholarship Application, including transcripts of most recent music achievements.

Applicants must display an outstanding commitment to, and involvement in their current school’s music programme.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to undertake an interview and audition, involving the performance of two contrasting works, and a brief aural examination.

Applicants are required to complete a Scholarship Application. An Enrolment Application is also required for students not already enrolled or waitlisted.

Academic Scholarships – Year Seven and Year Eleven

Academic Scholarships of varying values will be offered to suitable candidates for entry into Year S...

Academic Scholarships of varying values will be offered to suitable candidates for entry into Year Seven and Year Eleven. Academic Scholarships are awarded to candidates based on achievement and performance in the ACER Scholarship test, and commitment to their school’s co-curricular and leadership programs.

Applicants are required to complete a Scholarship Application and an Enrolment Application for students not already enrolled or waitlisted.

Important dates

Feb 26th 2022

Scholarship Testing Day

About Rouse Hill Anglican College

The Principal’s vision for Rouse Hill Anglican College (RHAC) is:

to be a Christian learning community committed to taking opportunities, serving and achieving

As a Christian school, RHAC is committed to the values of character, care and courage through Christ. Students have opportunities to study the Bible to help them understand the Christian faith and develop personal qualities that families from a range of backgrounds would support.

The College believes in positive relationships where students feel emotionally confident to focus on learning and consistently improve their academic results.

RHAC is committed to providing students with opportunities beyond the mandatory curriculum to explore areas of interest that they may pursue into their adult lives.

The College is thoroughly committed to students developing strong literacy, numeracy and critical thinking skills and acquiring knowledge in a range of areas of learning. This provides a firm foundation for students to successfully pursue further study when they finish school and equips them to perform well in their future careers. This foundation should enable students to achieve strong HSC results so that they will have a range of post-school options to choose from after Year 12.

While RHAC is deeply concerned for the emotional well-being and academic achievement of each student, as a Christian school the College believes that students should have opportunities while they are at school to look beyond themselves and serve others. This service could be caring for others in the school community, in the broader local community or by participating in an overseas service trip.

The College warmly welcomes scholarship applications from students who believe that meet the application criteria and can meaningfully contribute to RHAC.

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