Scholarships
Harrisdale Campus

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Scholarships

GATE Program and Scholarships

Secondary School Only

Our Program provides gifted and talented students with a stimulating and challenging STEM learning environment, designed to cater to their academic and developmental needs.

The Program incorporates 21st Century learning strategies, focusing on project/problem solving inquiry-based learning where students are encouraged to excel in their areas of academic talent and develop a love of learning.

Students enter the GATE STEM Program in Year 7 and continue in the program until the end of Year 10. 

Applicants will be required to sit the academic test.

Applications for the 2020 Program have closed. An application form for the 2021 Programs will be available in early 2020 for Year 7 2021. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook for updates.

Music Scholarships

GATE Program and Scholarships

Secondary School Only

Our Gifted and Talented Entrance (GATE) Music Pathway provides students with the opportunity to participate in Carey’s Specialist Music Program.

Students enter the GATE Music Program in Year 7 and continue in the program until the end of Year 10. In Year 11 and 12, students can continue with Music as an ATAR subject.

Entrance to this selective program and the offer of scholarships is awarded based on musical excellence and performance in the academic test.

Applicants will be required to sit the academic test and participate in an audition.

Applications for the 2020 Program have closed. An application form for the 2021 Programs will be available in early 2020 for Year 7 2021. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook for updates.

The William Carey Scholarship

Secondary School Only

The William Carey Scholarship was created to offer educational opportunities for students who are either first-generation descendants of a refugee or are refugees themselves. It is a means-tested scholarship for eligible families on a limited income.

This scholarship is named after the pioneering Baptist missionary William Carey, who famously urged, ‘Expect great things from God. Attempt great things for God’. Carey is remembered as a father of modern missions, a gifted linguist and educator and was responsible for translating the Bible into 44 different languages and dialects.

Carey Right Track Scholarship

Secondary School Only

The purpose of Carey Right Track Foundation Scholarship is to empower future indigenous leaders through educational opportunities at Carey Baptist College. The scholarships are awarded to indigenous students displaying leadership potential and a commitment to being positive role models within and beyond the Carey Community.

The vision of the Carey Right Track Foundation is to increase educational, leadership and community service aspirations and ability in young indigenous and remote people through developing their natural talents, leadership capacity and academic potential in the context of a Christian witness and community.

The Carey Right Track Scholarship is a means-tested scholarship for eligible families on a limited income.

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