Farnborough Hill

Scholarships

FOR GIRLS ENTERING YEAR 7
Academic Scholarships worth up to 20% of fees are awarded on the basis of performance in the entrance examination followed by two further examination papers and interview. One of the scholarships is reserved for a Roman Catholic pupil; all other scholarships are open. 
Music Scholarships, worth up to 20% of fees, are awarded on the basis of audition following success in the entrance examination. Eligible pupils will usually have attained a Grade 4 level in their chosen discipline but all-round musicianship is perhaps the more important consideration. 
Sports Scholarships, worth up to 20% of fees, are awarded on the basis of assessments following success in the entrance examination. Eligible pupils will usually be competing at club level in their particular sport and will have the potential to contribute to the School's overall sporting achievement. 
Art and Design Scholarships, worth up to 20% of fees, are awarded on the basis of tests and the current Head’s recommendation following success in the entrance examination. 

The above scholarships are tenable for seven years, subject to a satisfactory annual review of progress, with the exception of the Art  and Design Scholarship which is reviewed at the end of Year 8, when Art as a compulsory subject finishes.  If Art is not studied as a subject when options are chosen from Year 9 then the scholarship and its associated funding will end. Only one scholarship can be awarded to a girl in Year 7.

 

FOR GIRLS ENTERING THE SIXTH FORM
Academic Scholarships 

Worth up to a maximum of £3000 per annum, Academic Scholarships are awarded based on performance in an open examination.  

Sport and the Creative and Performing Arts

A pupil may be awarded only one Sixth Form Scholarship. Sixth Form Scholarship status may be awarded in addition to earlier Academic, Music or Sports Scholarships held since Year 7. However, the total scholarship award will be up to a maximum of 25% of fees.

The value of all scholarships will be deducted from school fees. If a pupil is awarded a scholarship and is in receipt of a Bursary, then the value of the Bursary will be reviewed.