|Opening date:||31 July 2017|
|Closing date:||8 September 2017|
What is the Rick Pemberton Scholarship?
The Rick Pemberton Scholarship was established in June 2017 in recognition of the 60-year association Rick has had with Brighton Grammar School as both a student and teaching member of staff. Rick came to BGS in 1957 in Prep and was ultimately School Captain in 1971. In 1975 Rick joined the Junior School staff, served in many roles including Deputy Head of Junior School from 1998 to 2014.
Rick is much-loved by the boys he taught, parents and colleagues, and embodies absolutely our School motto: ‘Let us follow better things.’
Are you eligible to apply?
Applicants for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
- A boy entering Year 9 or Year 10 in 2018, or Year 10 or 11 in 2019
- A boy without the financial means to attend the School
This scholarship is not open to boys who are currently attending the School.
How to apply
All scholarships are at the discretion of the Headmaster; academic scholarships cover a percentage of the tuition fees.
The Rick Pemberton Scholarship does not cover:
- The cost of books, stationery or uniforms
- Consolidated charge
- Discretionary charges such as overseas trips.
Selection will be based on a boy being of good character who can demonstrate he will embrace the spirit and culture of BGS and benefit from a BGS education taking into account:
- School reports
- Demonstration of participation and contribution to the community
- The scholarship is means tested and requires parents’ financial disclosure.
Boys entering Years 9 and 10 in 2018, or Year 10 or Year 11 in 2019
The Rick Pemberton Scholarship holder is expected to complete their secondary education at BGS
The Rick Pemberton scholarship holder is expected to:
- maintain a high standard of academic achievement
- Contribute positively and enthusiastically to school life. Progress and contribution to school life are reviewed annually.
A scholarship may be withdrawn if the Headmaster is not satisfied with the diligence or conduct of the holder. Failure to pay fees may also lead to withdrawal. The School reserves the right not to award any or all of the scholarships available. No boy may hold more than one scholarship.