Boys’ Prep Entry Process

RECEPTION ENTRY – SEPTEMBER 2021 – LIMITED AVAILABILITY

  • We have limited availability in our Reception class for September 2021 entry. To apply for a place, please complete an application form as soon as possible.
  • Registration for entry to Reception at our Boys’ Prep School needs to be completed to allow us to process your application. On receipt of a completed application form you will have a Reserved Place. A formal confirmed offer will follow and a deposit will be required to secure your place. On receipt of the acceptance form and payment of the non-refundable £1000 deposit, it will become a Confirmed Place. When confirmed pupil numbers reach our maximum class size, we will then add your son’s details to our waiting list.

RECEPTION ENTRY – SEPTEMBER 2022 ONWARDS

  • Registration for entry to Reception at our Boys’ Prep School for 2022 onwards can be made at any time (but not before birth). On receipt of the completed application form and the non-returnable fee of £100 you will receive written confirmation of your son’s Reserved Place, providing no waiting list is in operation.
  • A formal confirmed offer will follow in the February of the year prior to entry and a non-refundable deposit will become due by 28 February. On receipt of the acceptance form and payment of the £1000 deposit, it will become a Confirmed Place. When confirmed pupil numbers reach our maximum class size, we will then add your son’s details to our waiting list and a confirmed place will be offered, where possible, after the acceptance deadline.

ENTRY INTO OTHER YEAR GROUPS

Owing to a small number of families relocating, we occasionally have spaces that become available in other year groups. Please contact the Admissions Department to ascertain the availability in the relevant year group before applying  – admissions@surbitonhigh.com. Candidates applying outside of standard entry points are required to sit an age-appropriate assessment.

Surbiton High Boys’ Prep did wonders for my son. It provided a holistic approach to education which not only emphasised on excelling in academic ability but also provided an extremely nurturing environment for him to develop and grow.

Boys’ Prep Parent