Conducted by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate

‘Come, learn what you are in the eyes of God’

Mazenod College offers two scholarships per year level at approximately half tuition fee each. Academic scholarships are available to students in each year level. Students must also have demonstrated a significant contribution to the Mazenod community.

  • The Most Outstanding Academic Student
  • The OMI Medal - Leave Nothing Undared

Most Outstanding Academic Student.

This scholarship (Years 7-10) is awarded to the student who achieves the highest average across the five core subject areas; Religion, Mathematics, English, Science and Humanities and Social Science. It is awarded for the period of one academic year and recipients may receive it more than once in their time at the College. The final grade average over the student’s entire program of study may also be considered.

The Year 12 scholarship is awarded to the Year 11 student with the highest projected Australian Tertiary Admission Rank. Satisfactory performance in Religious Education is also considered.

The Oblates of Mary Immaculate medal - “Leave Nothing Undared” 

“Leave nothing undared” is a core value of Saint Eugene de Mazenod encouraging students to pursue personal excellence, actively contribute to the College community and demonstrate the values of the College including Respect and Dignity, Courage and Passion and Compassion and Charity.  Each scholarship is named after a past Rector of the College. It is awarded for the period of one academic year and recipients may receive it more than once in their time at the College.

Year 7 - Fr Patrick Dwyer OMI Medal

Year 8 - Fr John Cranley OMI Medal

Year 9 - Fr Ian MacKintosh OMI Medal

Year 10 - Fr Kevin Davine OMI Medal

Year 11 - Fr Peter Daly OMI Medal