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2021/2022 Academic Session
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Harrow School Online is a new kind of school that brings the richness of a Harrow School education directly into the homes of ambitious girls and boys, aged 16-18 years-old, wherever they are in the world, via the internet.
The school will combine rigorous full-time studies with live online teaching, plus co-curricular activities, with the flexibility of a modern learning method to prepare students for success at university and beyond.
Pupils work either at home or in a location of their choosing and are in charge of daily timetables. They build their skills of initiative and self-management within an environment that provides personalised attention and support.
Harrow School Online girls and boys attend regular online meetings with a House tutor, as well as fortnightly meetings with a Success Coach, in which plans are formulated for university and beyond.
An optional summer programme will bring pupils together at Harrow School in London prior to the start of term. Combined, these elements shape each Online Harrovian's development as a whole person and will have a life-long impact.
The school teaches globally-recognised Pearson Edexcel International A Levels: Chemistry, Economics, Maths, Further Maths and Physics, and prepares pupils for entrance into Cambridge, Oxford, Ivy League and other world-leading universities.
Pupils can elect to attend the school full-time, or to study individual A level courses in addition to studying at their regular school.
What information do I need to complete the application form?
A photocopy of the passport, or national ID card, of the pupil, and all parents/guardians.
A passport-style photograph of the pupil taken within the past 3 months.
Names and attendance dates for all of the schools that the pupil has attended in the past 2 years.
A copy of the pupil’s last 2 school reports - these must be in English. These must include the full name of the pupil, the full name of the teacher, the report date and the official logo of the school.
If applicable, a copy of the certificate of any recent international, national or state exams, that the pupil has taken in the past 2 years e.g. International GCSEs.
If English is not the pupil’s native language, you will need a copy of their PTE-A, IELTS, TOEFL or UKiset report/ score.
If applicable, reports stating the pupil’s special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) - these must be in English.
The contact details of a teacher at the pupil’s current school who will provide a reference for the pupil. We will only accept an official institutional email - we do not accept personal emails such as “@gmail.com” or “@yahoo.com”.
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