David Game College Liverpool is proud to announce the launch of a new and exciting A-Level Scholarship Programme, in partnership with and thanks to a generous donation from the world-famous Steven Gerrard Academy.

This innovative scholarship programme will focus on providing opportunities for Merseyside-based young people who have the talent, ambition, and potential to succeed beyond the many challenging circumstances that can hold our best and brightest back.

Scholarships worth £25,000 each will be awarded to two exceptional students who meet the selection criteria. These will be centred around experiences and situations which can have a limiting impact on student progression, for example: having had free school meals, receiving means-tested benefits, or having been in the care system.

Applicants should also live in the Merseyside area and be aged between aged 16 – 18 and take the following 3 A-Levels with David Game College Liverpool starting in September 2022: Biology, Psychology and Sociology.

This Scholarship will provide the two recipients with the power and opportunity to change and enhance their future. David Game College has over 40 years of collective experience helping students to exceed what they thought was their maximum potential.

We have an exceptional success rate in supporting students into successful careers or university courses, with over 70% of our students progressing to their first-choice Russell Group University. Our small-group-focused teaching and support, and enhanced pastoral care system together with our exceptional extra-curricular programme are proven to deliver results.

Do you have the ambition and curiosity to move beyond what you thought was possible? Then we want to hear from you. To see the full eligibility criteria, or to submit your application. You must make sure your application is submitted before the closing deadline of Friday 19th August 2022.

If you want the opportunity to grow your talent and potential in the unique learning environment offered by David Game College, please email