College Awarded Scholarships
Mountain View Adventist College believes in the development of the whole individual in a Christ-centred, service focused and caring environment. Our scholarships are designed for students who demonstrate high levels of excellence in one or more aspects of life. We encourage students to not only develop their personal skills but to also be an active participant in building a positive community.
Each scholarship provides up to 100% on the tuition component of a student’s school fees. Scholarship applications are available to new students who are enrolling into Years 5, 7, 9 or 11 at Mountain View Adventist College in 2021 and are eligible to study in Australia. Scholarships do not apply to Full Fee Paying Overseas Students (FFPOS).
Mountain View Adventist College offers a range of scholarships including:
- Service (Micah 6:8)
- All Rounder
- First Nations
Please download the Scholarship Outline document for further details along with the relevant scholarship application form found below. Scholarship applications for 2022 close on Friday 25 June 2021.
Academic scholarships are awarded to students of high academic excellence based on external assessment and past academic achievement.
Leadership scholarships are awarded to students with proven leadership in their school and/or local community, and a desire to lead at Mountain View Adventist College.
Service (Micah 6:8) Scholarships
Service Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate a desire to serve others and uphold the school ethos to, “Act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8).
All Rounder Scholarships
All Rounder Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate a commitment to all aspects of school life and achievement in a variety of areas such as music, drama or sport and a growth mindset.
First Nations Scholarships
Scholarships are offered to First Nations students from both the local community and regional areas. Students and their families are invited to partner with the College to support the aspirations of First Nations Students.