Thanks to the support of donors throughout our history, many students have been provided with the opportunity of a St Leonard’s education. Through our Leonardian, Global Citizen and Indigenous Scholarships, young people whose life circumstances present barriers to success have enjoyed the benefits of a first-class secondary education at St Leonard’s. These life-changing scholarships open doors for students and equip them to create change for themselves, their families, their communities and their world.
“I am really thankful to all the staff of St Leonard’s who gave me such a good opportunity in terms of my education. When I finish my year 12 I want to be an engineer, nurse, builder or manager.” – Mustafa, Global Citizen Scholarship recipient
“The best thing about being a St Leonard’s student is that I feel connected to others and can learn in a very good education system. My plan is to study hard…because I would like to be a dentist after finishing year 12.” – Amira, Global Citizen Scholarship recipient
As a very fortunate community, we are aware that with great privilege comes great responsibility. We are committed to extending opportunities to more young women and men who have not enjoyed the favourable life circumstances of most within our community. A gift to the Scholarship Fund is an investment in the life of a young person and their future and will leave a lasting legacy for years to come.
Our Scholarship Programs
Leonardian Scholarships may be awarded to prospective students presently at a government school entering year 5 and years 7 to 11 who demonstrate sound academic ability and community spirit.
Students who face ongoing financial difficulties or other life circumstances which have prevented them from realising their goals, dreams and aspirations are encouraged to apply for these awards.
Global Citizen Scholarship
These awards provide support for prospective students who have recently immigrated to Melbourne with their families. Students in year 8 and above with sound academic ability and the desire to contribute to the St Leonard’s College community will be considered. The College has a close relationship with the Noble
Park English Language Centre but welcomes applications from all eligible families.
St Leonard’s College is committed to increasing the number and ensuring the success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in secondary education. Indigenous Scholarships may be awarded to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander prospective students entering years 7 to 11.
Scholarship Donation Form
Please complete the form below to make a gift to the Scholarship Fund. You will then be directed to our secure payment portal to finalise your donation. Thank you for your generous support of the St Leonard's College Foundation.