To formally register for a possible place at Mill Hill School, please complete and return the Registration Form to the Admissions Office, together with the £150 registration fee (£200 for overseas applicants). The form can be downloaded , or you can request a copy from the admissions office by email or telephone 020 8959 1221.
The registration fee can be paid by cheque or direct bank transfer, but we regret that it is not possible to receive payments electronically or by bank cards. If paying by direct bank transfer, please include a copy of the bank transfer document with the registration form. The School’s bank details can be found on the form.
We strongly advise that all parents and prospective pupils pay a personal visit to the School so that they can see the School’s facilities and meet the Deputy Head (External Relations), Tony Binns. It would also give them an opportunity to meet current pupils.
When to Register
Early registration is strongly recommended. Registrations will be considered in the order in which they are received and are subject to availability. The Admissions Process starts in the Autumn Term preceding the year of entry and therefore registration forms should be received well before the Entrance Examinations which are held in January preceding the year of entry. You are also advised to register early for 16+ entry to get the best opportunity of AS subject combinations.
For 13+ entry, once registered, candidates are invited to attend interviews and will also need to sit our entrance examinations in Mathematics, English, Science, French and Latin. We would also request a confidential reference from the child’s present school which we use together with the interview and examination results as the basis to decide whether we can offer your child a place or not. Please refer to the Admissions Calendar for Examination dates.
For 16+ entry, once registered, each applicant is required to come to the School for interviews: one with the Head and one with a Deputy Head. We will also request a confidential reference from the child’s present school which we use together with the interview and predicted GCSE results as the basis to decide whether we can offer your child a place or not. Offers at Mill Hill are conditional on achieving a minimum of 2 A grade and 3 B grade passes at GCSE (or international equivalent). In addition, each AS subject has specific GCSE grade requirements, which are set out in the Sixth Form Curriculum Guide.
Awards & Bursaries
Please see our Awards & Bursaries section for full details and a downloadable application form.
Information & Assistance
For further information or to obtain sample examination papers for 13+ admissions or Scholarship examinations, please contact the Admissions Office on 020 8959 1221.