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Scholarship Programme 2024-25

No Longer accepting applications for 2024-'25

Academic & Sports Scholarship Programme

The aim of the Stonehill International School Academic and Sports Scholarship Programme is to foster and celebrate excellence in academics and sports. Scholarships are awarded to candidates who demonstrate outstanding academic and sports abilities, based on aptitude and potential.

The Stonehill Advantage

Stonehill students have the advantage of individualised college counselling and guidance

 The graduating class of 2023 has gone to universities in 19 different countries

200+ on-campus visits by prestigious global universities every year

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Stonehill students have received acceptances from universities such as:

Stanford University I Massachusetts Institute of Technology I London School of Economics I University of Cambridge I Dartmouth College I New York University I University of British Columbia I  University of California, Los Angeles

Academic Scholarships are awarded at the following grade levels:

  • Grade 9 (M4) -   Age 14+ (Max. age limit: 15 years)
  • Grade 10 (M5) - Age 15+ (Max. age limit: 16 years)
  • Grade 11 (D1) -  Age 16+ (Max. age limit: 17 years)

Sports Scholarships are awarded at the following grade levels:

  • Grade 8 (M3) -   Age 13+ (Max. age limit: 14 years)
  • Grade 9 (M4) -   Age 14+ (Max. age limit: 15 years)
  • Grade 10 (M5) - Age 15+ (Max. age limit: 16 years)

Graduation 2023

Placements 2023

Testimonials from Scholarship Students


The University of British Columbia

Class of 2020


The University of Michigan

Class of 2020


George Washington University

Class of 2021

Who May Apply?

  • Students who are seeking admissions in Grade 8 to 11 in the academic year 2024-25 should apply for the scholarship programme.
  • Students who have a parent or guardian employed by a company that pays or reimburses their employees’ school fees are only eligible to apply for an Honorary Scholarship.
  • Similarly, existing Stonehill students are also eligible only for the Honorary Scholarship.

Scholarship Details:

  • Scholarships with a tuition fee concession
  • Scholarships with a boarding fee concession of 50%
  • Honorary Scholarships with no tuition or boarding fee concession
  • Scholarships are determined in open competition at a fixed level set by the school and are non-negotiable
  • Scholarships are made at the discretion of the Head of School
  • The number of scholarships can vary from year to year depending upon the calibre of candidates who apply
  • Sport focused scholarships will be awarded to applicants who show excellence in both sport and character, and will be expected to participate in leadership roles for Stonehill sport teams.  The applicant will need to demonstrate athletic ability through sport specific skill assessment on the Scholarship Assessment Day.
  • All scholarships are reviewed on a quarterly basis to assure that attainment and commitment are being maintained at the standard expected of an academic and sports scholar. Scholarships may be withdrawn at any time if a scholar does not maintain the expected standards
  • A Stonehill Scholarship is a prestigious award and unashamedly targets the very best scholars and scholar-athletes. As a step to an excellent university, it is of significant benefit to a student.

Last Day to apply - 27th October 2023

No Longer accepting applications for 2024-'25


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