Queen's College, London

Queen's College, London

Queen's is a leading independent day school for girls between the ages of 11 and 18, occupying four large historic houses on Harley Street in central London. We have been at the forefront of education for nearly 175 years. Established in 1848, Queen’s was the first British educational establishment to give academic qualifications to women. We are now one of the most high-achieving, diverse and forward-looking girls’ schools in London.

Type of school

Secondary

Head of school

Mr Richard Tillett MA (Cantab)

Age range of pupils / Total number of pupils

11-18

415

No. of pupils per class / Gender of pupils

1:22

Female

Fees

£6,895 per term

Admission procedures

Applicants for admission into Year 7 should register by completing an online registration form and paying the non-refundable £150 registration fee. We recommend that parents attend one of our Open Days before registering. The application deadline is mid-November, the online assessment must be taken before mid-December. Interviews take place in early January with offers being made in early February. Deadline for acceptance is early in March.

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