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Harrow School

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Full Boarding

Harrow On The Hill

Middlesex

Harrow School

Introduction

Harrow School was founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I. It is located in a leafy 300-acre estate, encompassing much of Harrow on the Hill in northwest London. As stewards of many cherished traditions, today’s Harrovians follow in the footsteps of The Giants of Old, united by strength of character, lasting friendships and the desire to be of good influence.

Contact Details

School

Jim Hawkins

Telephone

5 High Street
Harrow On The Hill
Middlesex
HA1 3HP

Admissions

Email

Dr Eric Sie

Entrance Requirements

Each year, the School admits about 160 boys into Year 9, in the September following their 13th birthday, and up to 20 boys, normally aged 16, into the Sixth Form (Year 12).

In line with our admissions policy, we welcome applications from boys who:

- will thrive in a full-boarding environment and make the most of the opportunities offered at Harrow;

- will make a positive contribution to the life of the School, both inside and outside the classroom;

- are talented in their academic studies, or in sport, the arts or in other areas; and

- have a good behavioural record and the potential to show leadership.

In addition to these attributes, suitable Sixth Form applicants are likely to be predicted at least seven or eight passes at GCSE (or equivalent) to grade A*/A standard.

Each year, the School admits about 160 boys into Year 9, in the September following their 13th birthday, and up to 20 boys, normally aged 16, into the Sixth Form (Year 12). In line with our admissions policy, we welcome applications from boys who: will thrive in a full-boarding environment and make the most of the opportunities offered at Harrow; will make a positive contribution to the life of the School, both inside and outside the classroom; are talented in their academic studies, or in sport, the arts or in other areas; and have a good behavioural record and the potential to show leadership. In addition to these attributes, suitable Sixth Form applicants are likely to be predicted at least seven or eight passes at GCSE (or equivalent) to grade A*/A standard.

Key Facts

Boys Start Age
13
Boys End Age
18
Girls Start Age
Girls End Age
Fees per Term
£
12850
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Fees per Year
£
38550
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Results

GCSE

A/A*
Grade Boundary 9-7

85%

A - C
Grade Boundary 6-4

%

A Level

A/A*

65%

A - C

%
NB: Overall Grade Boundaries vary between Examining Boards and Subjects. Percentage grades are rounded up to full numbers.

Further Information

Boy/Girl Mix
Boys Only
Religious Affiliation
All Faiths
School Setting
Suburban
Out of Sequence Entry
Financial Assistance
Language Assistance
Special Needs Assistance
Bus Service

Headmaster / Headmistress

Jim Hawkins

Out of Sequence Entry

Pupils can join Harrow School in out of sequence years, such as Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

Financial Assistance

Harrow School offers , and you should contact the school to see if you are eligible.

Special Needs Assistance

Harrow School Website

For more in-depth information about Harrow School you can visti their website.

Out of Sequence Entry

Pupils can join Harrow School in out of sequence years, such as Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

Financial Assistance

Harrow School offers , and you should contact the school to see if you are eligible.

Special Needs Assistance