Scholarships and Bursaries
The College offers a range of scholarships to students who display commitment and motivation in the areas of learning, creativity, leadership, collaboration and community.
Inspired by Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, the College also offers Bursaries (monetary assistance) to enable students to attend our College when they might otherwise not have been able to do so.
2023 MADALAH Indigenous Bursaries
The College is committed to providing educational opportunities to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from Year 7-12 by offering MADALAH Secondary Education Scholarships.
MADALAH Limited is a not-for-profit organisation that offers secondary and tertiary education scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from remote and regional communities to Western Australia’s leading schools.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who enrol at the College for 2023, or who are already enrolled at the College can apply for these Scholarships.
These Bursaries are open to Indigenous students who demonstrate commitment and motivation in areas of learning, leadership and community. It is renewable every year up to Year 12, subject to positive application and effort.
Who can apply?
Students who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. The level of financial contribution is determined on an individual and confidential basis.
Value of scholarship:
50% to 100% of tuition fees for the remaining duration of schooling at Our Lady of Mercy College.
Applications for Year 7, 2023 Academic Scholarships and Bursaries have now closed. All applicants have been contacted about the outcome.
Applications for 2024 Scholarships and Bursaries will open in Term 2. Please keep an eye out on our Facebook page and website.