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The George William Rummery Music Scholarship

Portrait of school boy

George William Rummery, September 1981

The George William Rummery Music Scholarship is an initiative of the family of George Rummery, Class of 1986, whose life ended tragically in 1982 when he was in Year 8, and in whose memory a plaque can be found in the College Chapel.

George showed great musical talent, and for this reason the Scholarship is awarded to students of the College who display particular aptitude and interest in music. George’s family established a Scholarship Fund not long after his death, the capital of which is now sufficient to support an ongoing music scholarship in his name. The scholarship assists with music tuition fees and instrument hire on an ongoing basis for a student from Year 7 to 12, with one scholarship to be awarded annually.

In Memory of George William Rummery

Members of the Class of 1986 or any other year group who may wish to contribute to the George William Rummery Music Scholarship fund to further the study of music at the College are invited to contact the College via the Development Manager on 02 9369 0753.

The scholarship is awarded annually.