The Class of ’99 Memorial Scholarship has been established to honour the memory of Daniel Groves, Blair Hibbert and Timothy Noble who lost their lives in a tragic car accident in Frankston on 21 November 1998. At the time of the accident the boys were approaching the end of Year 11 and would have otherwise joined their classmates who subsequently became the Class of ’99. Daniel, Blair and Timothy were highly regarded by our community, they took full advantage of all that our school offers. This scholarship is partly funded by the generous investment of parents from the graduating Class of ’99.
This scholarship is awarded annually to a student whom otherwise would not have the opportunity to attend Peninsula Grammar. Family finances will be a consideration when bestowing this scholarship.
The scholarship is a general excellence scholarship. The recipient need not necessarily be an outstanding academic, but must show a strong commitment to his/her studies. In addition, he or she will be able to detail achievements in areas outside the academic program, such as music, sport, drama or debating.
The scholarship is awarded to a student entering Year 10 or 11 and includes full remission of tuition fees for Years 10, 11 and 12 as applicable.
Further enquiries can be made by contacting Registrar Debra de Belle via email email@example.com or +61 3 9788 7702.