Up to four scholarships are awarded each year to prospective students of Maori and/or Pasifika heritage who are joining us in Year 7. These scholarships provide support right through her school years.
Our current head girl, Tiana Willis-Baker, is a proud Endeavour Scholarship recipient and embodies the spirit of the Endeavour programme. She has added richness to life at St Cuthbert’s, through sharing her Samoan and Tokelauan cultural heritage and insights with the students, teachers and those who will follow in her footsteps. We also offer a number of St Cuthbert’s scholarships.
Endeavour Scholarship criteria
Students should be actively participating in their culture and able to share their skills and knowledge with the wider St Cuthbert’s community.
- Scholarships are awarded on the results of a competitive examination and a personal interview for short-listed candidates
- Active participation in cultural activities, overall ability and previous school achievements are taken into account
- Candidates will sit examinations in English and Mathematics
- Based on the results of the scholarship examination and application, a short-list for interview will be established.
- The value of each scholarship is a minimum of 25% of tuition fees each year, for the duration of the student’s St Cuthbert’s education. Greater support, up to the maximum value of 100% of tuition fees and provision for associated costs, is available if financial need is demonstrated. If you choose to apply for greater financial assistance, an assessment of financial position is undertaken by an evaluator independent of the college, at no cost.
- There is an annual review of the performance of the scholarship holder against attitude and commitment criteria. Students are expected to participate in and share their culture with the college community.
- All scholarships are open to prospective students. Students must be New Zealand citizens or hold New Zealand residency visas. Students currently attending St Cuthbert’s College are not eligible to apply.
- In the event of there being no candidates, who reach a sufficiently high standard, scholarships may not be awarded.
- The decision of the Principal is final and no correspondence will be entered into.