Dr Challoner’s High School welcomes applications for admission, please view our Admissions Policy for 2017.
Further information can be found below and, for admission into Year 7, on the Buckinghamshire County Council Website.
Dr Challoner’s High School is a fully selective grammar school for girls. Pupils are only admitted to Year 7 after sitting a Transfer Test (Eleven Plus). This test is taken in the September of the year in which the applicant is in Year 6.
Applications for admission to Dr Challoner's High School at the start of Year 7 are administered by Buckinghamshire County Council on behalf of Dr Challoner’s High School. If you are interested in making an application further details can be found via the Admissions Form.
For details about applying to our Sixth Form please see our sixth form prospectus.
To apply for Sixth Form at Dr Challoner's High School please complete our online application form.
Dr Challoner's High School can occasionally take students into Years 8, 9 and 10 if a place becomes available. There are no admissions made to Year 11 or Year 13 as GCSEs and A Levels respectively are two-year courses.
For information about the appeals process please reference the Appeals Timetable and Evidence Checklist.
All students applying for late entry into Dr Challoner's High School will be required to sit a transfer test.
The process for gaining admission is different for each year group and specific guidance is offered below. Should you have any queries please contact the School Admissions Dept.