A number of Scholarships are available to current students.  Information regarding how and when to apply for these scholarships is communicated through In Touch.
For further information, contact Anita Sawyers on 03 983 3726 or email

McRae Peacock and Janice Perry Scholarships

  • McRae Peacock Scholarship, up to $4,000
  • Janice Perry Scholarship, up to $1,000

These scholarships, which are funded by legacies, are awarded in general to students entering Year 12, but may go to someone in Year 13, who has achieved a high standard of academic work and who has contributed in various ways to school life and would benefit from this financial assistance.

Applications for the 2017 awards are now closed.

Jessie Cook Music Scholarship

The Jessie Cook Music Scholarship is awarded annually as a result of a legacy to the school from Jessie Cook, who was a student at Rangi Ruru in 1908.

The scholarship will be given to a student in either Year 12 or 13 who shows musical promise and contributes significantly to co-curricular music activities at Rangi Ruru.  Preference will be given to students taking Music as a full subject.  Except in exceptional circumstances, the Jessie Cook Music Scholarship will be awarded to a girl not holding a Rangi Ruru Music Scholarship.  The value of the scholarship is $2,000; either awarded as one $2,000 or two $1,000 scholarships.

Applications for the 2017 awards are now closed.

The St Andrew’s at Rangi Ruru Organ Scholarship

The St Andrew’s at Rangi Ruru Organ Scholarship is awarded annually thanks to the generous support of the St Andrew’s at Rangi Ruru Parish. The Scholarship provides for weekly organ lessons by Russell Kent, as part of the ITM programme. The value of the scholarship is $1,000 per annum.

The successful applicant will be a girl who:

  1. is a current Rangi Ruru student from Year 9 and above
  2. is a competent pianist to at least Grade 5 level and who shows musical promise
  3. has the intention to keep on with her piano lessons in addition to the organ lessons.

Applications for the 2017 awards are now closed.

The Gibson-Webb Exhibitions

The Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ Association offers the Gibson-Webb Exhibitions to direct decedents of Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ who are currently attending the school in Years 12 and 13. Nominations are made by staff during Term 1 and final selection is made for the awards by the Old Girls’ Executive. Three Exhibitions of $750 each are made annually. The Exhibitions are awarded to those girls who demonstrate endeavour, good citizenship and make positive contributions to the school. At least one of the three awards will be made to a Boarder.

Applications for the 2016 awards have closed.

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