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What Are The Orthodontic Scholarships?
The Orthodontic Scholarships are two prizes of up to $10,000 towards orthodontic treatment at McIntosh Dental or Fraser Dental. The prizes are awarded to two deserving students attending selected West Auckland and West Harbour schools. Students can be nominated by friends, family and members of the community. The two winners are selected by our scholarship committee including Dr Alex McIntosh and Dr Milan Raniga.
How Does It Work?
During the nomination period (1st August to 31st August), we will be accepting applications for nominees. After applications close, the scholarship committee will select finalists to attend McIntosh Dental or Fraser Dental for a complimentary orthodontic consultation. Following this consultation, the committee will select the scholarship winners by the end of September. The winners will each receive a prize of up to $10,000 towards orthodontic treatment at McIntosh Dental or Fraser Dental. See the full terms and conditions for more information.
Who Is Eligible To Enter?
Eligible students must be from Years 7 – 13 and currently enrolled at:
- St Dominic’s College (Henderson)
- Liston College
- ACG Sunderland
- Massey High School
- Henderson High School
- Rutherford College
- Waitakere College
- Henderson Intermediate
- Te Atatu Intermediate
- Hobsonville School
- Whenuapai School
- Rangeview Intermediate
- Bruce McLaren Intermediate
- Middle School West Auckland
- Hobsonville Point Primary School
- Hobsonville Point Secondary School
- Marina View School
- West Harbour School
What Are You Looking For In A Nominee?
We are looking for deserving students who would benefit greatly from orthodontic treatment. In particular, we are looking for achievers. To assist our committee’s decision, you can provide information on the nomination form about any of the following:
- Achievement in the arts or cultural activities
- Achievement in the sporting arena
- Academic achievements
- Community involvement
Ideally, the nominee will excel in at least one of these key areas.
Who Can Nominate A Student?
Parents, guardians, whanau, teachers, other students and peers of the nominee are all welcome to submit nominations.
What Information Should I Include In The Nomination?
Include everything! The more great stuff you can tell us about your nominee, the better their chances of being selected for the scholarship. In the last box labelled “TELL US ANYTHING ELSE THAT WILL HELP” make sure you include anything you think is important for us to know about this nominee’s circumstances. Students that have been nominated by more than one person have a better chance of being selected, so spread the word and get nominating!
Please read the terms and conditions on our website before nominating.