Each year, we offer a number of scholarship places to exceptionally talented individuals. Successful candidates are awarded a discount on fees – usually between 10 and 20%. However, the main purpose of a Strathallan Scholarship is to nurture talent and promote achievement.
Scholars have access to a range of opportunities, like extra support to develop skills in their area of focus. In return, they are expected to contribute to and enhance our academic, musical, sporting and arts programmes, supporting and encouraging their peers to do the same.
Scholarships are awarded in open competition to individuals who demonstrate a very high level of achievement and potential in the following categories:
Third Form & Sixth Form Scholarships
- Design Technology
- Performing Arts
Riley (Junior) Awards
Academic Scholars are expected to achieve top grades in all their exams and gain entry to the most competitive universities.
Successful scholarship candidates in sport, music and performing arts will normally have achieved at least representative honours and be performing at a standard beyond that expected of a normal school team or group.
In addition, total commitment, an exemplary attitude and high levels of achievement will be expected throughout their school career.
Scholarship applications are assessed in a number of ways depending on the area of focus and the age of candidates.
For more information, download our scholarship assessment guide.
Scholarship assessments are on the following dates. You should notify your interest to email@example.com at least four weeks before.
- Sixth Form – TBC
- Junior – TBC
- Third Form – TBC
Candidates will receive a timetable indicating which days they need to attend.
Where possible, all scholarship assessments take place at Strathallan School. If this is not feasible, academic exams can be taken in your child’s school or in the offices of one of our educational partners, under exam conditions.
Please contact our Admissions team if you would like some more information about scholarships at Strathallan School:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0)1738 812546