Awards and Scholarships for Students

  • Alma Lily Stackhouse Scholarship
    The Alma Lily Stackhouse Scholarship is awarded annually in celebration of the life of Tasmanian Aboriginal Elder, Mrs Alma Stackhouse and her commitment to the education of young Aboriginal people.
  • The Frank MacDonald Memorial Prize
    Open to all Year 9 students in Tasmanian schools, the Frank McDonald Memorial Prize has been established to honour Tasmania’s last World War 1 veteran, Frank MacDonald MM.
  • The Ray Richardson Tasmanian University Scholarship in Education
    This scholarship is awarded each year to a Year 10 student educated in north-east Tasmania, namely Scottsdale High, St Helens District High, Winnaleah District High or Port Dalrymple High, and who is commencing a course with the University of Tasmania that will lead to a career in teaching.
  • Tasmanian Training Awards
    The Awards recognise, reward and honour the achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students for their endeavours in gaining the highest standards of knowledge and skills within their industry.
  • What Matters? Tasmania 2020
    What Matters? is a writing competition that gives Tasmanian Year 5-12 students the opportunity to write about what matters to them in society today.
  • WorldSkills Australia
    WorldSkills mission is to challenge young people, their teachers, trainers and employers to achieve world class standards in work skills and to promote the status of vocational education and training across Australia.
  • Young Archies Awards
    The awards are presented in year categories for the best portrait of a man, woman or child, created by a student in a Tasmanian government school or college, during the 12 months before the closing date. Portraits submitted can be created in any 2D media, such as a drawing, painting or collage, and must be of someone personally known to the student