Scholarship Information

At Moriah we offer Academic and Music Scholarships, which recognise talent, potential and an enthusiasm to participate in co-curricular opportunities and school life.


Applications for 2023 Academic Scholarships are now closed. 

Moriah College offers academic scholarships to students entering Year 7, who are able to display established academic excellence or significant promise in a range of academic areas.
Academic scholarships for students entering Year 7 will cover full or partial tuition fees from Year 7 until the end of Year 12.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of the candidate's achievement in specially designed diagnostic tests, and an interview with shortlisted candidates, provided that all other conditions of enrolment have been satisfied. 

For more information please contact Enrolments on (02)9375 1600 or

In exceptional circumstances, the College may offer Scholarships to students in other Year groups.


Applications for 2023 Music Scholarships are now closed. 

A number of Music Scholarships are available for selected applicants entering Years 7, 8, 9 and 10, in 2023, who demonstrate instrumental excellence.

Education in Music has benefits that reach far beyond the musical domain.
The world class Music Program at Moriah College provides students with every opportunity to develop the skills essential for building a foundation for learning and lifelong success. Moriah’s Music students have access to world renown tutors, the opportunity to perform locally and internationally, the encouragement to achieve success in external instrumental examinations, the chance to participate in musicals and showcases, and the opportunity to be involved in a fully immersive annual Music Camp.

Music Scholarships cover up to 50% of tuition fees as well as up to 50% of Music Camp fees for the duration of High School.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate high levels of achievement in AMEB or equivalent examinations on their principal instrument, and will be required to attend an audition. 

For further information please contact Amanda Cardiff, (02) 9375 1600