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 who wish to be considered for an award will not ordinarily be required to sit additional tests, beyond those required for entry into the school as part of our standard application process. When completing the application form, applicants will have the option to indicate whether they would like to to put themselves forward for contention for one or more of our awards.
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:
To recognise the commitment of those who apply earlier in the academic year, prospective applicants who submit their application prior to midnight of Sunday 29th November will be eligible to receive a 50% concession on the entry deposit payment amount. If successfully admitted into the School, this typically amounts to a saving of £500.