Scholarships

Years 7 and 11 Scholarships 2022

Thank you for your interest in an Academic and/or Music Performance Scholarship for students entering Years 7 or 11 in 2023.

Frederick Irwin was established in 1991 and in 2021 has 1580 students from Kindergarten to Year 12.

The School has a commitment to academic excellence and academic achievement, cultural and sporting pursuits. The awarding of Academic and Music Performance Scholarships for students is an expression of that commitment.

Frederick Irwin is an Anglican School that operates along traditional lines. All students wear school uniform and, within a disciplined, structured environment, all students are supported and encouraged to achieve their potential.

In the first three years of Secondary, students are offered a broad range of courses including Japanese and Music. A wide range of WACE courses is offered in Senior Secondary. Students are taught in modern, purpose-built facilities and all of the classrooms are air-conditioned.

A number of Academic and Music Performance Scholarships will be awarded in 2022 for students entering Years 7 and 11 in 2023.

Academic Scholarships - 

The Scholarships are designed to support students of high academic ability and achievement during their years of Secondary education.  Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of a common test, and a student’s past and present performance at school.

More information on this opportunity will be made available in Term 4, 2021. You are welcome to register your interest by emailing admin@fias.wa.edu.au or call (08) 9537 0000.

Music Performance Scholarships - 

The Scholarships are designed to support students with musical talent, and good academic ability and achievement during their years of Secondary education.  Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of an instrument performance, and a student’s past and present performance at school.

More information on this opportunity will be made available in Term 4, 2021. You are welcome to register your interest by emailing admin@fias.wa.edu.au or call (08) 9537 0000.