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Seminars and Interview Sessions

23/11 Thursday

5:00PM - 7:00PM

King’s High School Warwick

King’s High School Warwick

Type: Virtual Interview & Recruitment Day (Boarding School)
Target: Boarding Students from F.6 to F.7, Day Students from F.1 to F.7
Location: British United / Join from Home
Termly Boarding Fees in 2023/24 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - - - £13314

King’s High School Warwick is a girls’ day and boarding school in the midland town of Warwick and is now part of the Warwick Schools Foundation. The School moved to its new campus in its current address in 2019, right next to Warwick School. Public exam results are consistently outstanding, with GCE A-levels A*-B rates ranging between 86% to 90% in the two years before the pandemic (2018-2019), putting it among the top 50-100 independent schools in the UK. Every year around 70% to 80% of graduates would continue their education in Russell Group research-intensive universities. Popular choices include University of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds, Warwick and York. According to latest statistics, the class of 2019 produced five Oxbridge graduates and four medical school students, while as a whole around 60% went on to study STEM subjects.

King’s High School Warwick will start providing boarding from 2023/24, starting with just 15 beds. The girls’ boarding house Way House is located within Warwick School’s junior school campus, which is just six-minute walk away from the girls’ school. Breakfast and dinner are set in Warwick School’s dining hall, while lunch are served in the girls’ school.

66% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2022)
88% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2022)
78% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2022)
97th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2019)

You are registering for:

  • Event: King’s High School Warwick
  • Date: 23/11(Thursday)
  • Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
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