Frequently Asked Questions
Year 7 – Academic, Music and Trinitarian (all-round)
Year 10 – Trinitarian (all-round)
Year 7 – February the year preceding entry
Year 10 – May the year preceding entry
Applications can be submitted online on the Trinity website for Year 7 applications, but for Year 10 applications the form is downloaded from the website and completed manually. The application links will only be available once scholarship applications open each year.
The assessment agency will notify you about assessment requirements shortly after applications have been submitted. Students are not allowed to bring any tablets, smart phones or smart watches into the examination.
Exams are usually held at our Summer Hill campus on a Saturday morning. However, the assessment agency will notify you about examination times and location.
A shortlist of candidates will be selected for interview three to four weeks after the academic assessment for Year 7 scholarships, and two weeks after the closing date for Year 10 Scholarship applications.
Successful candidates will be notified one week after the interview.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and demonstrated exemplary conduct and excellence in sport, co-curricular, community service and leadership. Music scholarships are also subject to a successful audition. The allocation of scholarships is determined by the standard of applications as well as the number and quality of other successful candidates. The decision of the Head Master is final.
Yes. Should a scholarship recipient not meet the terms of their scholarship, the award can be revoked.