Hurst offers a range of Scholarship awards for various aspects of school life. Award holders are valued at Hurst, not only for what they can achieve, but also as role models for others and for their ability to support and lead others. Being an award holder is not only an honour and a privilege, but also a responsibility.
Awards come with expectations and it is important that these are recognised by those who hold them. Award holders are expected to set a good example and, in the unlikely event that they may transgress any of the school rules, they will lose their award.
Financial support in the form of means-tested bursaries may be available for parents of children who have been awarded a scholarship but are unable to afford the standard fees. Academic potential and welfare needs will always be taken into account but, in general, applicants for academic awards will be expected to have a non-verbal (NVR) and verbal (VR) reasoning score of 130+ and applicants in other categories a NVR and VR score of 120+ in order to qualify for bursarial support.
All applications for bursaries must be submitted on the College’s standard form.