Up to three Governors’ Academic Scholarships are awarded to current Wolverhampton Grammar School students entering the Sixth Form. Students must demonstrate the highest levels of academic endeavour and achievement in order to be considered for these awards. Each academic Scholarship is worth 17% of the annual school fee.
The Sixth Form Music Scholarship provides 25% remission plus free music tuition on the instrument of your choice, up to and including Grade 8. The student who is awarded the music Scholarship must meet the Sixth Form academic entrance requirements and should be working at Grade 6 standard (and should be looking to reach Grade 8 standard in the Sixth Form). Music scholars are expected to make a significant contribution to musical life whilst they are at the school.
The Old Wulfrunian (OW) Sports Scholarship will be offered to a student (or students) living in the Wolverhampton postcode (WV) area, who joins the school at age 16, and who have strong sporting ability demonstrated through one of the following:
- County/Regional/National representation at their chosen sport
- Member of Elite group and / or Academy linked to a professional sporting club or organisation
- National ranking in their chosen sport
The OW Sports Scholarship is a means tested award and is equivalent to one full fee paying place to be offered to a student (or students) who fulfil the above criteria. Awards may vary according to the level of family income, however to be considered for the OW Sports Scholarship, as an indicative guideline the family’s household income should be in the region of £60,000 per annum.
The student who is awarded the OW Sports Scholarship must fulfil the criteria for entry into the Sixth Form and undertake an interview with the Head of Sixth Form and the Head of Boys’ and/or Girls’ Games as appropriate.
The OW Sports Scholar will be expected to make a significant contribution to the sporting life at the school and to be available to represent his/her school in competitive matches and for relevant training sessions as required.
For further information on fees and the range of support available, please contact Jane Morris, Admissions Registrar on 01902 421326 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org