2022 Gabriel Foundation Scholars' Program - Scholarships

Each year, we offer eight scholarships for girls from Year 5 to Year 10. Scholarships are not means-tested, and once granted, are effective for the remainder of the recipient's enrolment, provided they meet the requirements of the Gabriel Foundation Scholars’ Program. In addition to the tuition remission, the Standard Family Contribution (SFC) is waived for all scholarship recipients.

At Canberra Girls Grammar we offer the following scholarships to students:

Vivien Gough Memorial Music Scholarship

The Vivien Gough Memorial Music Scholarship is open to girls entering Year 5 and Year 7. The scholarship enables students with an outstanding aptitude in music to develop their musicianship and benefit from a Canberra Girls Grammar School education.

Apply for the Year 5 Vivien Gough Memorial Music Scholarship

Apply for the Year 7 Vivien Gough Memorial Music Scholarship

Janine Murphy Memorial Scholarship

The Janine Murphy Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students who aim to use their sporting talents, leadership, cultural and community experiences to make a positive contribution to school life.

Apply for the Year 7 Janine Murphy Memorial Scholarship

Gabriel Academic Scholarship

The Gabriel Academic Scholarship is open to girls entering Year 5 and Year 7. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence and show a consistent and sound academic history.

Apply for the Year 5 Gabriel Academic Scholarship

Apply for the Year 7 Gabriel Academic Scholarship

Principal’s Scholarship of Excellence

The Principal's Scholarship of Excellence is open to girls in Years 7-11 and recognises students who have the potential to become part of the next generation of brave-hearted leaders.

Apply for the Principal’s Scholarship of Excellence

Indigenous Day Student Scholarship

The Indigenous Student Scholarship is open to girls in Years 7-11 and offers local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families the opportunity to send their daughters to CGGS and a day student and gain a world-class secondary education.

Apply for an Indigenous Day Student Scholarship