For many years Chengelo has operated an Assisted Places and Bursaries Scheme. This has provided some support to parents involved in full-time Christian work, those working in the local farming community or those experiencing some temporary financial difficulties caused by issues such as bereavement.
We are delighted to be able to extend these schemes this year with our new Scholarship Programme. For the first time students will be able to access assistance with Chengelo School fees by virtue of their own merit.
Scholarships will be available for students with exceptional aptitude in academics, sports, Christian leadership or music and drama.
Academics: All applicants to Chengelo School sit standardised assessments as part of the enrolment process. Exceptional scores in these tests alongside excellent school reports over the previous two years, will entitle students to apply for an Academic Scholarship.
Sports: Students applying for this award must be regular participants in their school sports teams and have participated in at least one sport at a national level.
Christian Character and Leadership: In line with the school’s vision to develop future Christian Leaders, students who have a record of leadership in their churches or church youth groups and schools may apply for this scholarship.
Artistic Talent in Music or Drama: Students applying for this award must have recorded evidence of their performances both within school and beyond, showing regular evidence of exceptional talent in at least one area.
Terms & Conditions
- To apply for a scholarship, applicants must express their interest at the time of applying to enrol at Chengelo School.
- All applications must be submitted by the end of July in the year before students wish to begin their studies.
- The Scholarships Committee will review applications by the end of September prior to the new academic year in January.
- Applicants may be required to attend an audition or additional interview.
Please note: At this stage, scholarships are only available for new Secondary and Sixth Form Students.