At Glennie, we take care to ensure our fees are competitive and represent real value for a quality education. Our fixed fee increases for boarding offer financial peace of mind for rural families.
Through our scholarship program, we make a Glennie education a reality for as many girls as possible.
Comprehensive fees. No surprises.
Wherever possible, we present our fees in a way that clearly outlines the total outlay required for your daughter’s schooling during the year.
Fee schedules for the upcoming year are released in Term 4 of the preceding year.
Kindergarten parents with a health care card may be eligible for fee assistance - find out more.
For more information on our fees schedules, please contact our Registrar, Mrs Karen Morris on +61 7 4688 8807 or email email@example.com.
Glennie offers a number of scholarships, across different categories, providing part remission for tuition fees (up to 50%). In some cases, part remission for boarding fees may also be provided.
Glennie scholarships are generally offered to girls entering Years 7 and 10 and are based on the results achieved in testing. Scholarships are initially offered for three or four years and following a successful review, are continued until the end of Year 12.
Students may apply for more than one category, however, only one scholarship will be awarded per girl. All scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Principal, are subject to an annual review and must be kept confidential.
Applications open in September or October each year with testing taking place in February for admission in the following year.
Scholarship testing is administered by The Australian Council for Education Research (ACER) and supervised by Glennie teachers on test day.
The Glennie School does not publish or share examination results with applicants. The Glennie School does not provide nor endorse any service provider offering practice exams for the ACER scholarship tests.
To register for the ACER scholarship test, please visit https://scholarships.acer.edu.au
Academic scholarships are awarded based upon academic reports and the results of the scholarship test.
The Glennie Old Girls' Association (GOGA) and Glennie Parents and Friends' Association each sponsor an academic scholarship awarded to applicants based on the results of the ACER test.
Sports/Arts/General Ability scholarships are based on all-round ability (a combination of academic, sporting and or cultural talents and evidence of leadership roles) with applicants taking the scholarship test and providing supporting evidence of other abilities to assist their application.
Isolated Children's Parents' Association (ICPA) scholarships are available to the daughter of a current financial member of the ICPA. The applicant is also required to sit the scholarship test. These scholarships are awarded to girls entering Years 7 and 10.
In addition to sitting the scholarship test, GOGA scholarship applicants are required to show a previous family connection with the School. For example, the applicant’s mother or grandmother was a past student.
Boarding students who apply for one of our scholarships can also be considered for a boarding scholarship. These are awarded at the discretion of the Principal.
The Helene Orton Performing Arts Scholarship is based on talent in the performing arts and results. Students are not required to sit the scholarship test however may be asked to demonstrate their music and drama ability by audition and by providing supporting documentation of their achievements. Not all girls will be successful in gaining an audition.
Applications for the Helene Orton Performing Arts Scholarship can be made using this form.
Chaplaincy scholarships are awarded to one practising Anglican student per year and are open to girls in Years 7 to 10. Applications require a written reference from the Parish Priest.
Applications for the Chaplaincy Scholarship can be made using this form.
Financial need scholarships are available to students who, because of financial circumstances would otherwise be unable to attend The Glennie School. Students sit the scholarship test and will be assessed on academic performance and general ability. Documentation certifying the family’s financial circumstances is also required. This information is treated in confidence.