Our scholarship and bursary program rewards students who are high-level academic achievers and will be entering Years 7 to 12 the following calendar year. Both future and current students are welcome to apply.
LORDS awards scholarships and bursaries based on the results of our scholarship examinations which are held twice a year in March and again in September. Students only need to sit one exam per year.
Exam results, in consultation with a Principal’s interview and previous school reports, may result in a scholarship or bursary being offered for the following academic year.
2023 Testing Dates:
In 2023, testing will be held on Saturday, March 4 at LORDS. The closing date for applications is a week before the exam; Friday, February 24, 2023. Applications received after this date will be charged a late fee.
The exam starts at 8.30am and concludes between 11.30 and 11.45am.
To register your child for the next scholarship exam sitting, please click the button below.
The discount and number of scholarships offered is dependent on the number and quality of applicants in each year and the final decision is at the discretion of the Principal. In most cases, the discount is between 30-50 percent of Tuition Fees. There is no reduction in levy costs. Scholarships remain current to the end of Year 12 subject to continued strong academic performance and conduct.
The discount and number of bursaries offered is dependent on the number and quality of applicants in each year and the final decision is at the discretion of the Principal. In most cases, the discount is between 15-25 percent of Tuition Fees. There is no reduction in levy costs. Bursaries are for a 12 month period and reviewed annually by the Principal based on the student’s conduct and academic performance.
LORDS utilises the Edutest Scholarship Tests which requires students to demonstrate a range of skills such as the ability to interpret, infer, deduce and think critically with LORDS staff supervising students on examination day.
All scholarships and bursaries are awarded at the discretion of the Principal and must be kept strictly confidential.