Process for the Grade 8 2020 Scholarship applications. 

The following scholarships are made available at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee:

  • Academic Scholarships:
  • Cultural Scholarships: Music, Drama, Dancing, Visual Art, Chess, Debating.
  • Sport Scholarships: Hockey, Cricket, Netball, Golf, Soccer, Athletics, Equestrian,Rugby, Swimming, Water Polo, Tennis, Squash.

Scholarship Applications for grade 8 2020 may be submitted as from 21 January 2019.

The closing date to submit an application for a scholarship will be Friday 15 February 2019.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Criteria applied for the selection of the listed scholarships:

Academic Scholarships:

Candidates must have achieved an aggregate of at least 80% or more in Grade 6.

The scholarship examination will be written on Saturday 9 March 2019.

Cultural Scholarship:

Music: To qualify candidates need to play an instrument at Grade Three level or be a member of a youth orchestra.

Drama/Choir or Art: Candidates must have achieved at Diploma level in a regional Eisteddfod.

Dancing: Candidates must be a member of a dance studio and have participated in examinations for at least 3 years or have participated at Diploma level in a regional Eisteddfod or similar competition.

Candidates applying for cultural scholarships MUST write the scholarship examinations.

Where necessary, the College may invite the candidates for additional skills tests. This will be by invitation only.

Sport Scholarship:

Candidates may only apply for a Sport Scholarship if they represent one or more sports at District or Provincial level. The sport of choice should fall within the sports offered at Beaulieu College.

Candidates applying for sport scholarships MUST write the scholarship examinations.

Where necessary, the College may invite the candidates for additional skills tests. This will be by invitation only.

To apply for a scholarship, forward a Beaulieu College application form together with a detailed CV and a scholarship application form containing the following:

  • pupil’s personal details
  • address
  • current primary school
  • contact telephone details of parents/guardians
  • copies of all the pupil’s certificates obtained or examination results completed (e.g. dancing,)  pupil’s latest grade 6 report.

Should the applicant be applying for a Sport or a Cultural Scholarship, the candidate’s CV must include a brief description of the candidate’s participation level.

CVs may be emailed to: admissions@kyalamischools.org and must be submitted with the following 2 forms which are downloadable from the following links:

pdfScholarship-Application-Form-2020.pdf  AND   pdfKyalamiSchoolsApplicationForm_copy.pdf

Alternatively, a hard copy may be delivered to the College at 107 Maple Road, Kyalami, for the attention of Mrs Bernene Ward. The CV must be submitted with the 2 forms which are downloadable from the links above: 

PLEASE NOTE:

No original certificates must be included in the CV.  Kindly supply copies only. CVs and supporting documentation will not be returned to the applicants. No late applications will be accepted.  

No letters of recommendations from the Head of the School, Grade teacher or Sports Manager are required at this stage.  The College will make the necessary enquiries with the relevant departments.  All queries may be directed to Mrs Bernene Ward – 010 591 5004 or electronically to:
admissions@kyalamischools.org