Boys starting Year 7 in 2015 are eligible to apply for the six-year scholarship, which is worth almost $150,000.
Headmaster Garth Wynne said the opportunity, which was extremely rare because most scholarships covered only 50 per cent of fees, would be offered to a student on the basis of financial need.
‘Thanks to the generosity of donors within the Christ Church community, this scholarship presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a worthy boy who for financial reasons would not otherwise be able to attend the school,’ Mr Wynne said.
Year 9 student Josh Collier, of Bertram, received a fully-funded scholarship in 2011 after the school received a generous donation from a patron.
The 14-year-old, who catches the train to school every day, said the scholarship enabled him to take part in exceptional experiences like sailing on the Leeuwin for his Year 8 camp and studying app development.
‘I was always quite lucky and won little things but I never won anything like this before,’ Josh said.
Applications for the scholarship close on April 28.
For more information, visit the Christ Church Grammar School website or call Andrew Baird on 9442 1528.