At The Mount Senior School we offer a number of Scholarship Awards to girls who show excellence and potential in a range of disciplines. These currently include: Academic, Art, Drama, Music, Performing Arts and Sport.
Mount School Scholarships
Scholarships are available for entry into Year 7, Year 9 and Year 12. Apart from Music Scholarships all Scholarships are honorary, however all Scholarships including Music can be applied for a means-tested bursary.
Read more about Scholarships and the application process by clicking on the below link.
Limited Music Scholarships available for September 2020 – contact our Admissions Team
Music Scholarships, with up to 50% fee remission are available on entry into the Senior School and will be awarded to girls of outstanding musical ability or potential. They are awarded based on performance in a live audition and tests, and a good performance in general School entrance assessments. To find out more about the application and audition process please click on the link below.
Scholarships for Sixth Form College Entry (External Applicants)
We offer a means-tested Academic Scholarship/bursary for applicants from maintained schools who achieve 7+ Grade 7/8/9 at GCSE. Scholarships are offered on predicted GCSE grades and secured after the public examination result in August. Please contact our Admissions Manager to find out more.
Senior School Bursaries
The Mount School has a long history of providing financial assistance to pupils and their families through bursaries. The awarding of bursaries is embedded in The Mount School’s culture and is something in which we passionately believe. Bursaries are available for entry into Year 7 and above. It is our aim to reach out to those children whose families cannot meet the cost of fees unaided and offer them the opportunity to receive a Mount School education in the Senior School years.
Bursaries are available for UK applicants on entry into Year 7, Year 9 and Sixth Form College. Bursaries are intended to provide financial support for lower-income families so that their daughters may benefit from a Mount School education.
A bursary is means-tested, so the value of the bursary is relative to the financial resources of the pupil’s family. A bursary is expressed as a percentage of the standard day fee and will reduce the termly bills proportionately.
To find out more about Bursaries and the application process please click on the link below or alternatively you can contact the Finance Department.
Discounts of 5% are available for pupils who are members of a Quaker meeting, or whose parents are current members of the armed forces.
Siblings of a current pupil will receive a 5% discount, for as long as the older sister remains in the School.
Pupils moving into Year 7 from the Junior School and into College from Year 11 will receive a discount of 5% as a loyalty bonus for the first term only.