Upper School Scholarships
Mulgrave School offers full and partial scholarships for local students entering Grades 8-11.
It is our goal to continue to attract a diverse student body united in our shared passion for international education, global citizenship, the arts, and/or athletics.
Community Scholarships are awarded to local (North Shore/Vancouver) students with exceptional academic and personal achievements who would not be able to attend Mulgrave without full or partial scholarship support.
We have generous scholarships, which include up to a 100% reduction in tuition fees until graduation and a waiver of the family deposit.
As a university-preparatory school, Mulgrave offers a stimulating IB programme that helps prepare students for post-secondary education and beyond. Our graduates are supported by three full-time university guidance counsellors, and in 2018, Mulgrave graduates earned over $1.5 million in merit scholarships to the schools of their choice.
Eligibility criteria for an entrance scholarship includes:
- A record of strong academic achievement
- A commitment to service, the fine arts and/or athletics
- Excellent SSAT results
- A successful interview with the Director of Admissions, Principal or Head of School.
Applicants must follow the regular application procedures; you will be asked to provide additional information in support of your application if you indicate that you wish to be considered for the Mulgrave Upper School Entrance Scholarship.
This scholarship is not open to students or the siblings of students currently enrolled at Mulgrave School.
For further information about our Senior School Entrance Scholarship, please contact our Admissions Office.
- Click the 'Apply' button and submit a general
Indicate on the application that you wish to be considered for the Senior School Entrance Scholarship. You will be asked to provide additional information in support of your application.
Separate from the general application, candidates must submit the student questionnaire.
In addition to the questionnaire, candidates must submit a short essay, outlining goals for their time at Mulgrave and beyond.
The SSAT must be completed as results will be considered as part of the application process.
If offered a scholarship, you will be required to submit financial information to an independent assessor to determine the level of scholarship award.