St Columban's bursaries
allow young people from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to study in a
vibrant community that upholds Catholic ideals, and provides them with more
options for academic,
vocational development. For many parents, choosing the right
secondary school to send their children to can be a difficult and confusing
experience, but Principal Mike Connolly offers some sage advice for
parents “consider a College where there is ample choice for students for their
academic and vocational pathways that provide as many options as possible for
The Bursary Program offers assistance for students to attend the College.
It is offered for prospective Year 7 students for 3 years, with the choice
to apply to further their Columban's education when reaching Year
10. Students must complete a Level One ACER test to qualify for consideration
of a bursary. The bursary exam is held in May/June each year for
the following academic year.
St Columban's College Bursary Exam
For more information on the exam and
upcoming dates please go to:
note: The 2020 Bursary Examination has been cancelled due to COVID-19
6 and Year 7 students will be able to sit the exam in 2021.
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