The cost of stationery, exercise and text books and external examinations is included in the tuition fee. Parents may wish to consider covering School fees by means of insurance schemes.
Fees are due on the first Friday of each term and are paid by Direct Debit.
If your child is successful in their entrance assessment we will send you an offer letter asking for acceptance of the offer in writing within 14 days, together with a deposit of £800. This can be paid by cheque, credit/debit card or bank transfer.
This amount is returned when your child leaves the school, in the event of a pupil not taking up their place, the deposit will only be returnable under special circumstances at the discretion of the Headmaster and Governors.
Nottingham High School operates a bursary support scheme for pupils entering the school at age 11 (Year 7, Senior School).
Bursaries are means-tested and can provide help up to full fees depending on parental income. Awards of Bursaries will be calculated on an annual basis and parents will be required to submit details of their finances each May or June. Parents who wish their child to be considered for assistance must be prepared to provide confidential information concerning their financial situation.
Nottingham High School operates a scholarship scheme for pupils entering the school at age 11 (Year 7, Senior School).
We offer Academic Scholarships which are automatically awarded to the top performing students in the Year 7 entrance exam and cannot be applied for.
We also offer Music Scholarships that Year 7 applicants can apply for by ticking the box on their registration forms. If a child passes the exam and is of the standard indicated on the form (usually Grade IV and above) they would be invited in for an audition at the time of their interview. There are not currently scholarships available for any other subjects or activities other than music.
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