High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
High March School : Beaconsfield : Bucks
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Our motto is "kindness and friendship is the rule" and this permeates all aspects of school life at High March.

We are a very happy and thriving independent day school in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire for girls, aged from rising 3 to 11 years old, in which every child is truly valued for her contribution and encouraged to grow in confidence.

Scholarships are available: the Robert Anderson academic scholarship, The Anderson Family Music and Drama Scholarships and the Del Anderson poetry scholarship, which are open to applicants in Years 3, 4 and 5 respectively. Means tested bursaries are also available, further details of which are available from the Financial Officer.

High March has a strong academic tradition with an excellent record in the County Selection 11+ examinations and in the entrance examinations to a wide range of independent Senior Schools. Our aim, above all, though, is to produce confident, well-rounded girls ready for the next stage of their education. We are extremely proud of our current Year 6 girls who have achieved an outstanding qualification rate of 79% in the county selection tests (February 2017).  

There is no substitute for a personal visit to a school. Please contact the Registrar, Mrs Sue Dunster, on 01494 685743 or by emailing sdunster@highmarch.bucks.sch.uk and she will arrange for you to visit. We look forward very much to meeting you.

 

Exceptionally, we have a place available for entry in Year 4 in September 2017. If you are interested in this possibility, please contact Mrs Dunster on 01494 685743 as soon as possible. Thank-you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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