How do I register for a PLC Scholarship?

Head to the PLC website and navigate to the scholarship of interest.  Please ensure that you read through everything thoroughly and apply for the correct scholarship.

Do I have to sit the exam at PLC?

Candidates must sit the exam at the school nominated as their first preference. Special arrangements can be made for candidates who live over 400 km from Perth or are overseas. If you wish to sit the exam at an alternative venue, you must apply for the remote scholarship when registering online. Some additional expenses such as courier fees will be incurred by the candidates.

I am applying for a Music Scholarship, do I have to sit the exam?

Yes, applicants for the Music Scholarship must register for and sit the testing.

Applicants for the Music Bursary do not need to register or sit the testing. Application forms for bursaries can be found on our website.

When are the Music auditions?

Music auditions will be held on Thursday 3 March 2022.

When do applications close?

Applications for candidates sitting exams at PLC will close on Friday 18 February 2022, however, late registrations will be accepted up until the day before the exam (except for those who are unable to sit their exam at PLC and those applying for either a General Excellence or Music Scholarship). An additional late fee of $50.00 will be charged by AAS.

Candidates sitting their exam overseas will need to submit their application on or before 5.00 pm  Friday 11 February 2022.

When will I find out if I have received a scholarship?

Candidates invited to interview will be contacted by PLC after Tuesday 22 March 2022. Interviews will be held at PLC between Thursday 24 March and Thursday 7 April 2022.

Can I have a copy of my daughter’s scholarship results?

PLC does not release scholarship results to parents.

What is the remission if I am awarded a Scholarship?

Scholarships offer a partial remission off tuition fees, and boarding and music fees if applicable.

All successful applicants will be means tested to determine the percentage of the scholarship to be offered. Scholarships will cover between 5-95% of tuition fees, depending on need.

Where can I find out more information about the exam?

Our provider is Academic Assessment Services (AAS) and their website contains useful information.


Do all scholarship candidates have to sit the AAS testing?

No, candidates applying for Indigenous or Foundation Scholarships do not need to sit the testing.