Academic Scholarship

Awarded to students who demonstrate high levels of academic ability and who will benefit from and contribute to the extra-curricular life of the School. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of the Scholarship Examination and online application.

Academic Scholarships are open to both current King David School Students and non-enrolled students who are in Years 6, 8, 10 & 11.

For further information on Academic Scholarships please click HERE

Academic Scholarship Application requirements:
  • submit copies of the 2 most recent school reports (part of KDS online application).
  • most recent Naplan results (part of KDS online application).
  • complete the King David online application HERE
  • register with Edutest (link to Edutest will be provided once an online application has been made to The King David School)
  • an interview with the Principal, Marc Light.
  • you are encouraged to attend a Discovery Tour. Please click here for bookings.

All applicants must submit an online Scholarship application made directly to The King School as well as an application directly to Edutest.  Applications close on Friday 8 February 2019 and the Scholarship exam is Sunday 24 February 2019.

Once the Admissions Department has received your application, you will be invited to attend an interview with Principal, Marc Light.

Instrumental Music Scholarship

A number of Instrumental Music Scholarships are available to both prospective and current students of The King David School who are entering Years 6 through 11 in 2020. These scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate promising musical ability. Instrumental Music Scholarships are offered only for a year at a time and are subject to an annual audition and engagement in all the relevant School musical events.

As part of the audition, candidates are expected to perform two pieces of contrasting style on their major instrument or voice. Candidates may also be examined on some technical work, general knowledge, aural tests and sight reading. Besides ability, other factors may contribute to the panel’s decision to award scholarships. These could include the instrumental requirements of the School’s larger ensembles. Holders of Music Scholarships are expected to make progress in keeping with such an award and to substantially contribute to music within the School. Regular daily practice on the instrument is essential and a positive attitude and commitment for other student musicians to follow. Scholarship students are expected to play in the School ensemble program and perform at School events, assemblies and musical productions, as directed by the Head of Music. Scholarships are reviewed annually by the Principal and the Head of Music to ensure that the above conditions are fulfilled.

Download the Music (Instrumental) Scholarship Application Form  here

For further information on the Instrumental Music Scholarship please click HERE

Applications Are Now Closed

If you have any questions about any of the Scholarships, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions department on 9527 0102 or  For more information about Edutest please refer to their website: