The standard tuition fee for full-time enrolment at Harrow School Online is £5,250 per term.
Bursaries & Scholarships
Up to 1 in 5 pupils at Harrow School Online benefit from our funding programmes. We are committed to ensuring a Harrow School Online education is open to the most talented pupils, no matter their financial circumstances.
Prospective pupils demonstrating outstanding potential may be considered for a scholarship. Our scholarship allocation funds up to 25% of the tuition fee for those that qualify in each admissions window. Scholarships are awarded primarily on academic merit, however we also reserve a limited number of exhibition awards for high-achieving pupils in sports, music or the arts.
Pupils may apply for both a talent exhibition and the academic scholarship but please note that the School will not grant multiple awards to the same pupil.
Our bursaries can be worth up to 100% of tuition fees. They are means-tested and available to pupils based in the UK only. Pupils must first gain a place at the school through academic merit.
After the offer of place has been made, we ask the parents/guardians of bursary applicants to complete a confidential statement of financial circumstances in order for us to establish the level of assistance that may be necessary.
The standard tuition fee to study one to three Individual A Level subjects at Harrow School Online is £1,575 per subject per academic term. To study Maths and Further Maths in conjunction, the standard tuition fee is £2,100 per academic term. See here for details about the individual course experience.
Harrow School Online does not offer scholarships or bursaries for Individual A Level study.
Pupils studying one or more Individual A Levels at the School can also experience the School's richly rewarding non-academic programme by participating in the Enrichment Programme. This programme enables a pupil to develop deeper relationships with school friends from around the world and to enjoy the wider aspects of being part of the School's community. A pupil in the enrichment programme can attend: