2019 Nga Tawa Old Girls Association Scholarship
A scholarship for a student enrolling in Year 9 as a full boarder in 2019. The scholarship has a total value of $50,000 for the full duration of the student’s time at Nga Tawa. This is to be paid at $10,000 per annum.
The recipient of this scholarship will demonstrate the Nga Tawa values of courage, integrity and respect. She will be an enthusiastic learner who will grasp the opportunities on offer at Nga Tawa. This scholarship may also be awarded to a student who requires financial assistance to attend Nga Tawa.
Closing date: Friday 3 August 2018
Click here to download the Old Girls Association Scholarship information sheet.
For further information or any questions relating to enrolment or scholarships please email Nga Tawa Enrolments Officer, Tracey Brannelly or phone 06 327 6429.
Mihingare (Anglican) Secondary School Scholarships
Provided by the St Stephen’s and Queen Victoria Schools Trust Board.
The Mihingare (Anglican) Secondary School Scholarships are for Maori secondary school students who demonstrate financial need, leadership qualities/potential and a satisfactory educational background, and who will benefit from additional financial support for their secondary schooling. Each year, a maximum of 30 scholarships worth up to $10,000 each are offered.
You can find further information at https://www.ssqv.co.nz/scholarships
The Henry & William Williams Memorial Trust Scholarship
The scholarships are for Maori secondary school students, who are commencing year 9 of their education, who demonstrate leadership qualities/potential, a satisfactory educational background, and who will benefit from financial support to access quality educational pathways.
The scholarship is for $8000 per annum and may be continued for successful applicants for up to 4 years, subject to evidence of satisfactory progress.
Applicants must be of Maori descent and who are members of the Anglican Church.
For an application form click here: The Williams Trust Scholarship Application Form
Ministry of Education Boarding Allowances
A boarding allowance can help students in remote areas or facing other barriers, board from home and focus on their studies. Parents or caregivers have to apply for this allowance and funding is paid directly to schools.
If you are a parent or caregiver, you can find further information here: https://parents.education.govt.nz/secondary-school/your-child-at-school/boarding-allowances