Hale School’s Scholarship Programme supports a culture of excellence and diversity on campus. A robust Scholarship and Bursary Programme is necessary to attract students of academic and musical talent, as well as enabling enrolment for boys who would otherwise be unable to receive a Hale School education.
The Scholarship Programme is underpinned by financial support from the Hale School Foundation which operates together with support from generous donors across the Hale community.
Academic and music scholarships
Through the generosity of the Hale School community and our many benefactors, the Hale School Foundation offers a comprehensive scholarship programme to current and prospective students of Hale School.
Fundamentally, the aim of the programme is to allow boys who would otherwise be unable to attend Hale School an opportunity to benefit from a Hale education.
Beyond the recognition of excellence, the Hale School Foundation acknowledges that the invitation of exceptional students into our student body benefits our entire school. To learn more or apply for a Foundation Scholarship, please click HERE.
Hale School has a long history of positive mutual engagement with Indigenous people – via our curriculum, our relationships with WA Indigenous communities, our Hale School Indigenous Scholarship programme, and through extensive staff learning focused on Indigenous ways of knowing and being.
The Indigenous Scholarship programme has been operating at Hale School since 1998 when the first boys were interviewed for the programme. Since then, 119 students from across Western Australia have been enrolled at Hale. The School maintains a close relationship with many communities and families, particularly with the Warmun Community, from where the first boys and 8 in total have come to receive a Hale School education.
Boys involved in the Indigenous Scholarship Programme receive the full support of a dedicated Co-ordinator of Indigenous Students as well as careful planning for options for study, training and work options during school and after graduation. To learn more or apply for a Hale School Foundation Indigenous Scholarship, click HERE.
In addition to scholarships directly supported by the Hale School Foundation, specific named scholarships are funded by donations from individual or collective donors to the Hale School Foundation.
Please contact us if you are interested in establishing a Hale School Scholarship, named or unnamed, which will help a new generation of boys to benefit from a Hale School education.
JB Craig Scholarship
The JB Craig Scholarship is awarded to the Year 10 student achieving the highest examination marks across the year, and covers 100% of tuition fees for Years 11 and 12. The scholarship was inaugurated in 1988 with funds donated by Dr J B Craig (1935).
Hale Kee Bundu Scholarship
Inaugurated with its first recipient in 2022 (Josh Hill, pictured right) this scholarship covers full and ongoing boarding and tuition for an Indigenous scholar. The scholarship is awarded by the School pursuant to all normal criteria for Indigenous scholars and is funded in its entirety by KeeBundu Pty Ltd, a group supported by a current Hale family.
Ronald Younger Filmer Scholarship
The Ronald Younger Filmer Scholarship was made possible from the bequest of the late Joan and Ronald Filmer (1934). The scholarship recipient is selected by the Headmaster and awarded to a student who would enrich the Hale School community, but whose family are unable to meet all education expenses. This scholarship will be inaugurated in 2023.
Lister Drake Scholarship
The Lister Drake Scholarship commenced in 1995, and is sponsored by the Old Haleians’ Association with assistance of funds bequeathed from the estate of former Deputy Headmaster, Mr Lister Drake.
You can read more about the Lister Drake Scholarship and how to apply HERE.
Fine Art@Hale Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a Year 11 student of ATAR Visual Arts to cover 25% of tuition fees for Year 12. The scholarship recipient is selected by Art Department staff and the scholarship is funded by the Fine Art@Hale committee. The scholarship was established in 2003 to encourage student participation in this demanding ATAR subject. You can read more about the scholarship HERE.
Scholarships have the power to be life changing. If you are interested in helping realise a Hale School education for a young student, please get in touch with the Hale School Foundation.
You can also make a tax-deductible contribution directly to the Scholarship Fund using the link below. Please select Scholarship Fund when you are completing the online form, or contact the Foundation office to learn more.