Scholarships | Moreton Bay Boys' College

Applications for a 2023 Scholarship are now closed

At Moreton Bay Boys’ College, we provide an outstanding educational experience that develops the talents and strengths of each individual student. Each year a limited number of scholarships are awarded to students entering Year 5 to Year 11, who are demonstrating excellence and who will support the values of our College. The awarding of scholarships is determined by results in the scholarship examination and a successful interview. Many of our scholarship recipients have gone on to excel in their studies, careers and chosen fields. Scholarship opportunities may be offered to current students at the discretion of the CEO and Executive Principal and/or the Principal. 


The Moreton Bay Colleges’ Foundation offers several Bursaries based on financial need to students who are excelling and would not otherwise be able to enrol and avail themselves of the opportunities presented, to attend our Colleges.  

JENNIFER HAYNES BURSARY - applications now open

JENNIFER HAYNES BURSARY - applications now open

The Jennifer Haynes Memorial Bursary provides for girls and boys who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend Moreton Bay College or Moreton Bay Boys' College. 

Jennifer Haynes was the Principal of Moreton Bay College from 2006 to 2011 and then Executive Principal of the amalgamated colleges until 2014. She was deeply loved and respected by students, staff and the community. Jennifer is remembered as a strong advocate for the education of girls and for the development of boys to be gentlemen in the fullest sense of the word. Sadly, Jennifer is no longer with us. However, her legacy lives on in the contribution she has made as an educator and the future educational opportunities she has built through the Bursary. 

Applications are now open for one student to commence Year 7 at MBBC in 2022.  Find out how to apply here.


The Quentin Bryce Bursary provides girls from socially disadvantaged backgrounds, who demonstrate potential to achieve high academic success, the opportunity of a secondary school education at Moreton Bay College. Social disadvantage refers to any girl whose family circumstances means that she could not otherwise afford an education of the kind offered by MBC. Family circumstances, accident or illness, dislocation, migrant status or economic hardship are considered. Girls of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent are encouraged to apply.

The Bursary fund is named in honour of Dame Quentin Bryce AD, CVO, former Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and past student of Moreton Bay College.

Currently there are no places available for this Bursary.