Public Education Foundation (NSW Department of Education)
The Public Education foundation is an organisation dedicated to providing life changing scholarships to young people in public education. They currently provide three scholarships for primary school students. For more, see the Public Education Foundation’s scholarship page.
GO Foundation Primary School Scholarships
The GO Foundation offers a number of scholarships to high schools. Their main primary school partnership is with La Perouse public school, but is also partnered with a number of independent high schools. Outside of these partnerships, they may also offer scholarships at their own discretion. For more, see the GO Foundation scholarships page.
The Hank Young Foundation
The Hank Young Foundation provides educational scholarships to students of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent. Currently the Hank Young Foundation is providing Indigenous education scholarships to students enrolling at Rivermount College, Yatala Qld from prep to Year 12. For more, see The Hank Young Foundation’s scholarship page.
International Grammar School (IGS)
The IGS Indigenous Scholarships Program is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students whose family circumstances would otherwise preclude them from attending IGS on a fee paying basis. The program is offered to Kindergarten students, and continues until Year 12. For more, see the IGS scholarship page.
Catholic Education Foundation
Sydney The Catholic Education Foundation offers an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bursary, which is open to all 13 year levels, from Kindergarten to Year 12. This applies to all Catholic Schools in the Sydney region. For more, see the Catholic Education Foundation’s scholarship page.
Assistance for Isolated Children (AIC)
This type of assistance is for children that cannot go to an appropriate state school due to geographical isolation, disability or special health needs. For more, see the AIC scholarship page.
Victorian student scholarships
The Victorian state government provides more than 25 different student scholarships, and a total of 250 scholarship places for students from grade four, for those enrolled in a registered Victorian school. For more, see the Victorian student scholarships page.
St Columba Anglican School Indigenous Scholarship
The St Columba Anglican School in Port Macquarie offers scholarships to Indigenous students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. For more, see the St Columba Anglican School’s Indigenous scholarships page.