Scholarships

How to apply for Year 9 Scholarships for 2018

We know that parents work hard to be able to send their boys to our school. It’s something we never take for granted and we are always looking for ways to support this investment through our Scholarship Programme. Approximately 25% of our boys at Christ’s College benefit from some sort of scholarship. We believe our Scholarship Programme helps to ensure we have an increasingly diverse school community that reflects life beyond the school gates.

All of the scholarships have been made possible by the generous gifting of Old Boys, parents and friends of College. 

Most of our scholarships that are awarded offer 50% of Tuition Fees.

Scholarship Application Form CLICK HERE

6 ACADEMIC

All applicants will need to sit an Maths and English exam on 8 June
CLICK HERE for information on these exams.
We do not give out past papers.

6 CULTURAL  
2 DRAMA

CLICK HERE for information on the drama workshop audition on 9 June

2 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

CLICK HERE for information on the music audition process auditions held on 8 & 9 June

2 CHORAL MUSIC

CLICK HERE for information on the music audition process auditions held on 8 & 9 June

4 SPORT  
3 GENERAL EXCELLENCE

All applicants will need to sit an Maths and English exam on 8 June
CLICK HERE for information on these exams
We do not give out past papers. These scholarship applicants need to show other
aspects of General Excellence aswell as their academic achievements

1 CHRIST'S COLLEGE
OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION

The Old Boys' Association Scholarship is a 33% reduction of tuition fees
for the academic year commencing in 2018.
CLICK HERE for information

REGIONAL BOARDING
SCHOLARSHIPS

We offer a number of boarding scholarships, these include:
- Regional Scholarships (reflecting regional New Zealand)
- Old Boy’s Scholarships (available to sons of Old Boys)
- Ex-pat Old Boy’s Scholarships (available to sons of Old Boys living overseas)

10 EXECUTIVE PRINCIPAL
SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships are awarded using all round excellence criteria, and support
families who are not in a position to afford a College education for their son
without some financial assistance. The number and value of these scholarships
will vary from year to year.

Please note: for Executive Principal Scholarships, we require the above
information plus a declaration of earnings for both parents.

ASPIRE SCHOLARSHIPS

Government scholarships are available for students from low income families who
wish to attend a private secondary school.

For more details visit www.minedu.govt.nz/aspire

Student profiles to be submitted by Friday 12 May to Sarah Fechney, Admissions Registrar - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please complete Scholarship Application Form with your application.