Scholarships (25% discount on tuition fees) are awarded at the end of each year for the following school year to learners in Grades 6-11 in the following areas:

  • Outstanding academic achievement (the top four learners with above 90% overall average)
  • Outstanding overall performance (a total of four scholarships)
  • Outstanding performance in music, arts or sport (a total of four scholarships)

Candidates are nominated by their respective class teachers, who give a brief motivation, at the reports conference. As of 2017, learners who feel they are eligible for one of the scholarships may apply via their class teacher.

DSK Ubuntu Talent Fund

The DSK started the DSK Ubuntu Talent Fund to support our learners from low-income backgrounds.
It is our aim to give more children the opportunity to follow their passion and support them in their pursuit of interests they otherwise couldn’t afford.

The Ubuntu Talent bursary programme kicked-off in the school year of 2020. Space is limited and so are the funds – therefore, the more funds we collect each year, the more children will benefit from it!

Follow this link for more info on how to apply for the DSK Ubuntu Talent Fund programme 2020

If you are interested in supporting this good cause financially, please read through the various development programmes and donation options: Info flyer.

If you have any further questions, please contact Helga Ewers on bursar@dsk.co.za