Academic Scholarships are offered to students entering Years 7 to 11 who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of examination success and demonstrated academic achievement and entitle the recipients to part remission of tuition fees to the end of Year 12. All other expenses must be met at the full rate.
These scholarships are offered to students entering Years 9 – 11 who demonstrate a particular flair in their artistic and/or design ability. Students applying for this scholarship will demonstrate a creative ability as well as the potential to achieve excellence scholastically in areas of Art and Design. It is assumed that any applicant will be proactive in developing their practical skills and understanding of Art and/or Design history/theory. The Scholarships entitle the recipients to part remission of tuition fees to the end of Year 12. All other expenses must be met at the full rate.
Music Scholarships are offered for students entering Years 7 to 11, who demonstrate outstanding music achievement or potential. The Scholarships entitle the recipients to part remission of tuition fees to the end of Year 12. All other expenses must be met at the full rate.
Equestrian Scholarships are offered to applicants demonstrating excellence in at least one equestrian discipline.
These scholarships aim to provide financial support to students excelling in their chosen sport, acknowledging the significant cost to families associated with travel and supplies for students competing at representative levels.
Due to a generous donation from an Old Girl of NEGS who has shown a continued passion for the School, we are now in a position to offer a scholarship to a current Year 4 student entering Year 5 2020. The scholarship will be awarded for the duration of Year 5 in 2020 and Year 6 2021, valued at $1000 per year ($500 a semester) toward tuition fees.
The scholarship is named the Aneeta Sundararaj All Rounder Scholarship and recognises, love of learning, demonstrated cultural awareness and involvement, sporting and leadership achievements by a student who is currently in Year 4. Applications are welcome from both new applicants and current NEGS students. The scholarship is intended for those students who are committed to continuing their education through to the completion of Year 12 at NEGS.
Indigenous Scholarships are offered to Indigenous girls with leadership potential.
These Scholarships are funded by the Indigenous Youth Leadership Program run by The Smith Family and all applications are submitted and assessed by their representatives.
The Forster Music Scholarship is an Instrumental/Vocal Scholarship valued at $1000.00 per annum that is awarded annually to cover the cost of instrumental/vocal tuition for an applicant that demonstrates potential.
Boarding Bursaries are offered to boarding students who have a strong desire to attend NEGS, demonstrate significant potential to contribute to the boarding and general life of NEGS and demonstrate genuine financial need. The Bursary entitle the recipients to part remission of boarding fees to the end of Year 12. All other expenses must be met at the full rate. Bursaries are reviewed annually and the School reserves the right to withdraw a bursary from any holder.
The Aberbaldie Trust was established by Stephen Scammell (UK) in association with Bob Hyman (Tamworth) to provide bursaries for students whose family is principally involved in the agricultural sector.
NEGS are pleased to announce a new bursary to ease the financial burden for any families suffering the direct or indirect effects of the continuing drought. The adverse economic conditions associated with the drought period are being felt far beyond the drought regions therefore NEGS welcomes applications for this bursary from all families who are experiencing economic hardship but still care about quality education. The names of families who apply and receive this bursary will be kept completely confidential.
The Assistance for Isolated Children Scheme is a group of payments for parents and care-givers whose
children can’t go to their local government school because they:
Jean Newall All-Rounder Scholarships are offered to students who demonstrate high levels of academic achievement, evidence of leadership or community service, significant co-curricular participation and will contribute to the life of the School. The Scholarships entitle the recipients to part remission of tuition fees to the end of Year 12. All other expenses must be met at the full rate. The School reserves the right to withdraw a scholarship from any scholarship holder.
The Lisa Cameron Bursary was established in memory of Lisa Elaine Cameron, a NEGS Old Girl who attended NEGS from 1941-1943.
The bursary is awarded to families in need of financial assistance who will benefit from a NEGS education and make the most of the opportunities the school provides.
Every year, the Armidale branch of the NEGS Old Girls’ Union raises funds to support the relative of a NEGS Old Girl who would benefit from a NEGS education.
Recipients of this Bursary must be a boarder, and have a demonstrated financial need for support.
Each year, our generous Queensland Old Girls’ Branch donate funds towards a bursary in support of a student who would benefit from a NEGS education but requires financial support to do so.
Recipients of this Bursary must be boarders with a demonstrated financial need, and descendants of NEGS Old Girls are encouraged to apply.
Each year, our generous Sydney Old Girls’ Branch donate funds towards a bursary in support of a student who would benefit from a NEGS education but requires financial support to do so. Recipients of this Bursary must be boarders with a demonstrated financial need, and descendants of NEGS Old Girls are encouraged to apply.
The Bush Children’s Education Foundation of NSW (BCEF) provides assistance to families who live in remote rural locations with restricted financial resources so that their children can attend a rural boarding school for their secondary schooling.