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The Creese Scholarship

The generosity of one of Beaconhills College’s founding families will allow the school to offer a new 2024 senior scholarship for a deserving local student.

After launching our inaugural Foundation Scholarship campaign this year to mark the College’s 40th Anniversary, the call went out for donations towards the $40,000 scholarships, funded under the College’s Beacon of Hope Foundation.

But the campaign received an unexpected $40,000 boost from Stephen Creese, whose father Nigel Creese AM (1927–2018) has strong historical ties to the school.

The search is now on to find a deserving student recipient of the first new scholarship, who is ready to join the College in 2024.

The Creese Scholarship will support a student who cannot access a Beaconhills education due to financial disadvantage and covers the cost of a full scholarship at the College’s Pakenham Campus starting in Year 10, 2024.

This is the first scholarship launched under the school’s Beacon of Hope Foundation. The Foundation scholarships are separate to the school’s annual scholarship offerings and honour the vision of its founders and the spirit of giving which defines Beaconhills.

Visit our website for information on selection criteria and how to apply.

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