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Joining Wimbledon High School

Joining Wimbledon High School

We are delighted that you are interested in your daughter joining Wimbledon High School!

Admissions Process

Entry into Wimbledon High School is by assessment. The main entry points are the start of Junior School (Reception), Senior School (Year 7) and Sixth Form, although as families may relocate out of London or the UK for work reasons, we do sometimes have Occasional Vacancies in other years. 

Joining Reception (4+)

Joining Year 7 (11+)

Joining Sixth Form (16+)

Occasional Vacancies

2025 Entry

Registration for entry into Reception is currently open.  Registration for Year 7 and Sixth Form entry in September 2025 opens on Friday, 25 April 2024 at 12.00 noon.  

2024 Entry

Registrations for entry into Reception, Year 7 and Sixth Form in September 2024 are now closed

Late applications for Sixth Form 2024

Whilst our formal application process for Sixth Form entry in September 2024 has now closed, please do get in touch with Head of Admissions, Bronagh Preston, who will be happy to discuss late enquiry options with you: [email protected].

Please contact the Admissions team for more information on these and other entry points into the School: Junior School Admissions      Senior School Admissions


Open Events

We hold a large number of open events throughout the year during our Autumn, Spring and Summer Terms and strongly encourage families to visit the school before they make an application for their daughter - please visit our Open Day page for more information on our forthcoming events. 

Tier 4 Visa Sponsorship

Please note that we are able to sponsor a small number of pupils to study at Wimbledon High School on a Tier 4 Student VISA in the Sixth Form only, however, we require students to be living in London with a parent.

We are not able to accept applications from students who will be living with other relatives or hosted/home-stay families.

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