Four Academic Scholarships will be awarded for Year 9 students starting their journey at the College in 2019. The primary criterion for these awards is a student's performance in the College's Scholarship Examinations. Each Academic Scholarship covers a maximum of 50% of the College's annual tuition fees for five years. Please note that all those sitting the Academic Scholarship Examination will be expected to pay a $100 processing fee, which should be forwarded with the completed application form.
More information on the Year 9 Academic Scholarships for 2019 can be found here.
Music scholarships and bursaries
Candidates for these awards will be auditioned by the Head of Music and will need to show proficiency (Grade 4 or higher) in one or more instruments. The Music Scholarship covers a maximum of 50% of the College's annual tuition fees for five years. Scholarship winners will be expected to take an active and willing part in performance music at the College.
More information on music scholarships can be found here.
Scholarships are available for students with exceptional all-round ability. These may be awarded to students entering at any level. The extent of these awards depends on the funds available.Download a Sports Scholarship application form
A number of Boarding Bursaries are awarded each year. These awards cover up to 100 per cent of the College's annual boarding fees for five years and will be given to boys with strong all-round ability. Boarding Bursaries do not cover tuition costs.Download a general Boarding Bursary application form
James Webster Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship has been set up by King’s College in conjunction with the Webster family in memory of the late James Webster who was a student of the College. It is intended that the fund will increase over time to endow a scholarship to enable a boy or girl who would otherwise not be able to attend King’s College, to enter the College from outside Auckland as a boarder. Preference will be given to a student who could contribute to the Chapel Choir and/or community service programmes.Download a James Webster application form
L V Bruce Bursaries for Sons of Old Collegians
Funds are available to assist sons of Old Collegians in cases where there is financial need. These bursaries contribute up to $6,000 per annum for up to two years, with the option to renew for a further year.Download an LV Bruce Bursary application form
Peter W Wilson Boarding Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a good, all-round student who would benefit from an education at King’s College and will contribute to the life of the College. Preference will be given to a Year 9 Boarder in School House, and who would not be able to attend king’s College without the support of the scholarship. This scholarship was awarded for the first time in 2014 and increases by one each year.Download Peter W Wilson application form
Phil Ryall Bursary
This bursary is awarded to an applicant from rural New Zealand, preferably from a part of the country which does not have easy access to secondary schooling.Download a Phil Ryall application form
Roger Bartley Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship has been established by King’s College, in conjunction with the family of the late Dr Roger Bartley and the Rotary Club of Otahuhu. It commemorates Dr Bartley’s selfless service to the community and his strong association with both the College — as a student, school doctor, parent and grandparent; and with the Rotary Club of Otahuhu — as a member and President. The intention is to grow the fund so that from 2014 it can endow a scholarship for a promising all-round student who would benefit from an education at King’s College. Preference will be given for a student who is a resident of South Auckland and who would not be able to attend the College without the support of the scholarship.Download a Roger Bartley Memorial aplication form
William Thode Memorial Scholarship
PLEASE NOTE THIS SCHOLARSHIP IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR 2019.
This scholarship was set up in memory of William Thode, a King’s College Year 9 student who died in 2010. It was awarded for the first time in 2013. It is intended that the fund will continue to grow through donations and that the income earned from the investment will provide a bursary to a student entering the College at Year 9 who is a good all-rounder and who would not otherwise be able to attend King’s College.
For information on how to apply for the William Thode Memorial Scholarship, please contact our Head of Admissions, Graeme Syms: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ian Kirkpatrick Rugby Scholarship
The Ian Kirkpatrick Rugby Scholarship assists an all-rounder with exceptional rugby skills to attend King’s College as a boarder. Recipients of the scholarship may not otherwise be able to attend King’s without the financial assistance of this scholarship.Download a Ian Kirkpatrick Rugby application form
Bradley Fenner Scholarship
PLEASE NOTE THIS SCHOLARSHIP IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR 2019.
The Bradley Fenner Scholarship was established in honour of one of our past Headmasters (2009–14) with the broad purpose of supporting students who would not otherwise be able to attend King’s College as boarders. Preference is given to a student who demonstrates leadership potential and is from outside Auckland.Download a Bradley Fenner application form
Mr Stride, a King's College Old Collegian, has generously created a scholarship for boys from King's School who are entering the College, but demonstrate a need for financial support. Each scholarship is valued at up to 50 percent of the annual tuition fees for five years. Where there are more candidates than scholarships available, both the need and merit of each individual candidate will be taken into account.Download a Stride Scholarship application form
Mark and Angela Clatworthy Scholarship
Since 2014 Old Collegian and Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon Mr Mark Clatworthy (Averill, 1978-82) and his wife Angela have chosen to provide yearly boarding scholarship solutions for promising students as their focus. Up to five scholarships can be awarded to students of Māori or Pacific descent who have a strong academic and/or sporting ability or who because of financial disadvantage might otherwise have been unable to receive an education at the College.Download a Mark and Angela Clatworthy application form
Note: all scholarships and/or bursaries are subject to annual review and may be withdrawn where performance is unsatisfactory. Some scholarships may not be available in certain years.
If you need more information on eligibility criteria, please contact our Head of Admissions, Graeme Syms: email@example.com.