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Instrumental Music Scholarship Application

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Learning a musical instrument at school opens up a whole new world of opportunities. Studies have shown that students that participate in a music program have higher resiliency, more social connections and achieve higher academically. Students who learn an instrument become part of a large group of students from Years 7 to 12 who work together to create art and perform.
Instrumental Music Scholarship Application 2022

In an attempt to build the instrumental and ensemble program, Sandringham College is offering instrumental tuition scholarships to students in Year 7 for 2022 on the following instruments:

  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Alto Saxophone
  • Tenor Saxophone
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Tuba
  • French Horn
  • Euphonium
  • Percussion
Scholarship Application

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Scholarship students will receive:
• free instrumental lessons on their allocated instrument for 2 years with the ability to extend if offered.
• Subsidised instrument rental of $130 per year to cover maintenance and costs.


Year Level (2022)
7

Please indicate your child's previous music experience:
My child is currently enrolled in instrumental musicMy child has never had instrumental lessons beforeMy child has had / is having instrumental lessons elsewhere





To be eligible for a music scholarship in 2022, students must:
• Enrol in Year 7 at Sandringham College
• Pass the music aptitude test (No prior music knowledge necessary)
• Commit to learning music for a minimum of 2 years (end of 2023)
• Commit to weekly music lesson attendance and ensemble attendance

Parent Acknowledgement: YesNo

Student Acknowledgement: YesNo


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Amy Porter, College Principal