Students from St John Bosco College and other schools are able to apply for a scholarship supported by the Governors or members of the SJBC Foundation. Students making good progress at SJBC will be invited to join the programme at an early stage. This will enable them to access activities such as conferences and seminars during Year 11.
Scholars will be expected to be:
Outstanding ambassadors for the Sixth Form.
Provide mentoring and leadership to younger students in the school as part of their community engagement
Take part in specific Scholarship Events such as the annual Scholars Reception as well as speak at the annual Awards Evening.
Trips and Events may include:
Visits to Oxford and Cambridge Universities, including our partner colleges
Conferences focusing on applications to top universities
Black and Minority Ethnic conferences on applying to university
Speaker events at the school
Prestigious addition to a UCAS application
Scholars will be awarded a bursary of £400 which will be paid in December of Year 12. This award requires a minimum point score of 52 points (equivalent to seven or more A/A* grades / 9 or 8 grades (English and Maths) at GCSE.
Scholars will be awarded a bursary of £300 which will be paid in December of Year 12.This award requires a minimum point score of 50 points (equivalent to 5 or more A/A* grades / 9 or 8 grades (English and Maths) at GCSE.
Eligibility for the Scholarship Programme depends upon students’ point scores from their GCSE grades.