Scholarships are available to girls wishing to join the Senior School in Year 7. We welcome applications from prospective students who can demonstrate significant potential in Art, Drama, Music or Sport.
Performance in the Entrance Assessment determines which students are offered St Mary’s Academic Scholarships.
Miss Comrie Scholars are held in high regard and are awarded following their meeting with the Principal and an independent panel, to those who have the potential to make a substantial contribution to the life of the school.
There is no financial assessment for St Mary’s Scholarship applicants. All Scholarships are awarded solely on merit and in open competition, and there is no set limit to the number of Scholarships that may be offered in one year of entry.
Scholarships attract a fee remission, at the discretion of the Principal.
Scholars act as role models and leaders to other students and as ambassadors for St Mary’s. They are encouraged, and expected, to make the most of the wealth of educational opportunities available to them to extend, broaden and strengthen their aptitudes and talents, and to gain valuable experience that will stand them in good stead for the future.
You can find out more about St Mary’s Scholarships at our Open Mornings, or by contacting our Registrar on 01206 594180 or at email@example.com
*The deadline for 2021 admissions is 9 October 2020
Further information on St Mary’s Scholarships can be found in our Scholarships Guide.
A Bursary is a discount on fees which could make it more affordable for some parents to finance their child’s education at St Mary’s, and may be offered to assist the parents of prospective students who would benefit from all that St Mary’s has to offer.
The award of Bursaries at St Mary’s is decided on a case-by-case basis by the school’s experienced Bursary Committee. Bursaries are subject to an annual review; however they may be reviewed sooner when the School is informed of a change in a family’s financial circumstances.
Parents are required to complete a Bursary Application Form, which is available from our Registrar.