At Carshalton High School for Girls we offer Sport Scholarship and Music Scholarship Programmes.
Students are able to apply to the school and be selected based on their sporting aptitude and their musical aptitude.
Scholarship students will take priority over some other admissions criteria as these applications will be considered under Priority 3.
A maximum of the equivalent of 10% of our admissions number per year group (currently 24 students) will be designated for Music or Sport scholarships which qualify for entry to the school.
Once at the school students will access a bespoke programme of support and development that will stretch and challenge them. More details on each scholarship can be found in the links below.
Applications for our scholarships are now open, use the link below to apply:
The deadline for applications is midnight on
Wednesday 4th October 2023.
Those applicants who are unable to apply online can contact the school office for a copy at email@example.com
All students will be invited to attend an assessment early in the Autumn Term. The assessment will give them the opportunity to demonstrate their potential and aptitude in either Music or Sport. Parents or Carers will be notified of the results of the assessment within 5 school days of the assessment taking place. However, success in the assessment does not automatically mean girls will be offered a place at CHSG. If a girl is accepted onto the scholarship list, Carshalton High School for Girls must be named as a preference on the Common Application Form.
The dates for the Sport and Music aptitude assessments for entry in September 2024 are as follows:
Sport - Saturday 14 October 2023
Music - Wednesday 18 October 2023
Assessment Procedure for Sports Scholarship
Assessment activities are organised by the PE department and overseen by staff from the senior leadership team.
Assessment lasts for approximately 1 hour during which time each student will work alongside other applicants on a variety of skill and fitness related tasks.
Assessment Procedure for Music Scholarship
Assessment activities are organised by the Music department and overseen by staff from the senior leadership team and an independent assessor.
- Two performances on their chosen instrument(s) and/or vocal
- Musical aptitude test
Full details of the scholarship application process can be found in our Admissions Policy Appendix 1.