SCHOLARSHIP

Pelkhil School is a centre for broad-based education that leads to the full development of every child. To cultivate a good atmosphere for academics, we provide full or partial scholarships to academically deserving candidates. If you have a candidate, please submit your application to:

administration@pelkhil.edu.bt / admissions@pelkhil.edu.bt
Terms for 100% Scholarship:
Class VII: Should have scored 90% in the written exam in the Class VI Board exams.
Class IX: Should have scored 85% in the written exam in the Class VIII Board exams.
Class X: Should have scored 85% raw marks in the Class VIII Board exams.
(This means excluding continuous assessment marks.)
XI Science: Applicants should have scored the following in the written exam and CA marks. For 90%+ All free. For 80%+ in science subjects, 100% scholarship. For 75%+ in science subjects, 50% scholarship. For 70%+ in science subjects, 25% scholarship. Scholarship discounts are based on only the tuition fees.
For promising candidates in Judo, we also provide scholarships to candidates selected and nominated by Bhutan Judo Association. Selected candidates can study for free from Class VII to XII so long as they meet the requirements of BJA.

Pelkhil School scholarships have served as life-changers for many students over the past 13 years. Without Pelkhil School scholarships, many of the students who benefited from it would have ended their educational careers at grade 10. But many of them were even able to complete college. And many others have established careers in sports and entertainment.

CONDITIONS

Pelkhil School scholars must:

  • Maintain the standards for which they were awarded the scholarship. Academic scholars must maintain their marks as evidenced through the 4 main exams of the year. Sports scholarship recipients must be active in school and inter-school programs and maintain passing marks.
  • Display the best in student behavior both on and off campus.

NOTE  Academic performance has rapidly improved over the years and 80% is quickly becoming commonplace. So the bar for scholarships eligibility will also be continually raised.