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St Hilary's School goes from strength to strength with best scholarship results ever!


The Year 6 girls at St Hilary’s School in Godalming have just achieved the best set of scholarship results in the school’s history, obtaining 24 scholarships to senior schools for September 2016. 12 academic, two academic (maths), two music, three art, two sport and three drama scholarships were gained at a wide range of schools including, Farnborough Hill, Farlington, Frensham Heights, Guildford High School, King Edward’s, Prior’s Field, St Edmond’s and St Teresa’s.

The girls and their associated scholarships include Annabel, sport scholarship at Prior’s Field, Imogen W, art scholarship at St Edmond’s, Tamsin, academic scholarship at Guildford High School and also at Prior’s Field, Matilda, academic (maths) scholarship at Prior’s Field, Ella, academic scholarship at Farnborough Hill, academic scholarship and an exhibition in English at Prior’s Field, Funto, academic and sport scholarship at Prior’s Field, Zara, academic scholarship at Guildford High School and also at Prior’s Field, Isabelle, academic scholarship at King Edward’s and academic (maths) scholarship at Prior’s Field, Megan, drama and music scholarships at Frensham Heights and a drama scholarship and exhibition for music at Prior’s Field, Kelsie, drama scholarship at Prior’s Field, Sophie, music scholarship at Prior’s Field, Libby, academic scholarship at St Edmond’s, Emily, academic and art scholarships at Farlington and an academic scholarship at St Teresa’s, Clemence, academic scholarship at King Edward’s and art scholarship and exhibition for drama at Prior’s Field and Flora, academic exhibition at Prior’s Field.

Mrs Jane Whittingham, Headmistress says “We are absolutely thrilled with these wonderful results, which show each pupil’s excellent progress and achievement. As a non-selective school, we are pleased that these results testify how effective the prep school model is. Specialist subject teaching from a young age gives our pupils a solid grounding in an extensive range of subjects enabling parents to have the widest possible choice for their girls at age eleven. Not only am I very proud of our girls but also our staff, as I have no doubt that the results are testament to the exceptional teaching and care the pupils have received.”

Published: March 11 2016

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