Bolton School Sixth Form Girls

Admissions

  • Admissions

    How to Apply The minimum requirement for entry from outside Bolton School into the Sixth Form is at least six passes at Grade A*-B or Grades 6, 7, 8 or 9 at GCSE or an equivalent qualification. External candidates must have at least a Grade C or Grade 4 in English, Mathematics and Science (whether Trilogy or one of the single science subjects.)...

  • Why Choose Bolton School's Sixth Form

    An Academic Education We have years of academic tradition and excellence, which provide a perfect foundation for Advanced Level examination success. You will be able to follow examination courses of your choice, in small teaching groups with teaching staff who have the skills and expertise to help you fulfil your academic potential. You will work...

  • Fees and Funding

    Entry to Bolton School is on a fee paying basis. Fees are kept as low as is consistent with maintaining the school's high standard of educational provision.  You can find out more about the current fees here. Funding is available to help finance your Sixth Form education. Indeed, more and more bursaries are becoming available to Sixth Form...

  • Request A Prospectus

    You can view our new Sixth Form Girls' digital prospectus here. For a hard copy of our joint prospectus, further information and an application form for entry please contact Mrs Julie Holland, on 01204 840201, or by email: seniorgirls@boltonschool.org  You can also request a brochure online or download it here. I decided to come to Bolton...

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about Bolton School Girls' Division's Sixth Form. Why should I join Bolton School's Sixth Form? If you are a bright, enthusiastic and dedicated student you should give the Sixth Form at Bolton School some serious consideration. We have everything in place here to help you achieve your dreams...

  • Why I Chose Bolton School Sixth Form

  • A Head Girl Reflects

    Having joined Bolton School at the age of four, it’s difficult to imagine that I will soon be leaving. In my first assembly in Year 7, the Headmistress spoke of the difference between attending a school, and belonging to that school. It is only in the last few years, and even more so with hindsight, that I have truly understood the...