Whole School
  • The Scarborough Scholar – Annually, the College may award up to a 100% reduction in fees in connection with a new pupil’s entry into Years 7 – 9 of the Senior School.  The Scarborough Scholar Assessment Day takes place in November.  You can submit an application via the Admissions Team. This award includes a means-testing process.  Please look for more details on the Scarborough Scholar website page.
Years 7 – 11                               

Academic ScholarshipWorth up to a maximum of a 20% reduction in fees for the duration of the pupil’s time at the school up to Year 11.

Music Scholarship – A maximum of a 15% reduction in fees for the duration of the pupil’s time at the school up to Year 11.  This scholarship includes free music tuition for one instrument,

Sport Scholarship – Up to a maximum of a 20% reduction in fees for the duration of the pupil’s time at the school up to Year 11.

All-rounder Scholarship – Worth up to a maximum of a 20% reduction in fees for the duration of the pupil’s time at the school up to Year 11.

Overseas students

Maths Scholarship – A reduction of £500 per term.

Hartford Scholarship – Available to students aged 11-16 applying from the EU and Overseas, representing a reduction of £100 per annum.

Alderson Scholarship – Specifically designed for international students presently within Year 11 and wishing to remain at Scarborough College.  This is an academic scholarship worth up to a maximum of £2,000 per annum.


Financially assisted places and bursaries

Financially assisted places and bursaries are means tested and the following criteria apply:

  • An acceptable standard in the entrance assessments,
  • Satisfactory school reports,
  • Evidence of enthusiasm and commitment in the extra curricular arena, e.g. sport, music, drama, etc.

Financial assistance can be very substantial.  This means we means test applicant families to ensure that we award places fairly.  We reserve the right to review the level of assistance annually.  Pupils in receipt of a financially assisted place must also maintain the highest standards of conduct, endeavour and commitment.

How to apply for a financially assisted place or scholarship

In order to apply for either a Scholarship or an Assisted Place you must submit a full application and Registration Form.  You must also complete the £75 Registration Fee.  If you wish to apply for a scholarship, we would like to ask you to complete a Scholarship Application Form. 

Scholarship Application Form (entry September 2022 – please refer to the 2022 Scarborough Scholar application and page) Please note that we are no longer considering scholarships for September 2022 entry.  For immediate enquiries about Scholarships, Bursaries or Assisted Places please contact our Registrar or the Admissions team directly.  

Further information about Scholarships

If you require more information or clarification, please contact the Registrar or the Admissions team.  The Scholarships and Bursaries Committee, who review all applications, meet once every half term, so on occasions an immediate answer may not be possible, but we will always do our best to let families know as soon as possible the outcome, following the submission of an application and all scholarship exams and assessments have been undertaken.

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