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How to Apply

The High School of Glasgow is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational school with a Christian background and seeks to foster traditional standards and values.

Applications are welcomed throughout the year with entrance tests typically taking place in January. 

For candidates who apply after our January entrance tests, our admissions team will advise families on available space in relevant year groups and can work with you to arrange suitable times for entrance tests.  

Please read our full admissions policy before completing and returning our application form. 

Application Forms should be returned by post to: Admissions Team, The High School of Glasgow, 637 Crow Road, Glasgow, G13 1PL or scanned and emailed to:

When to apply?

  • Kindergarten and Junior School Applications may be submitted throughout the year, and will be considered based on relevant year group space. 
  • Applications for entry to Transitus to Senior 4 may be submitted at any time up to mid-January for enrolment the following August.
  • Applications for entry to Senior 5 and Senior 6 may be submitted at any time.

Entrance Tests for Junior 2-Senior 4 are held towards the end of January, but interviews for Kindergarten and Junior 1 take place from early January onwards. For further information regarding our entrance test procedures please contact our Admissions Team. 

Further information

We aim to make the admissions process as relaxed and helpful as possible. Our Admissions Office will be your main point of contact throughout the process and are very happy to answer any questions that you may have along the way.

Please contact our Admissions Team - 0141 954 9628; Email -



Please note:

The High School operates an Accessibility Policy and the organisation of Entrance Tests/Assessments may be adapted to ensure that pupils with a disability are not disadvantaged unfairly. For this purpose, parents receive a Personal Information Form prior to their child’s Entrance Test/Assessment.

Any pupil’s continued attendance at the School will be dependent on satisfactory progress and behaviour complying with the rules and regulations of the School. The School operates a Suspensions and Expulsion policy which may be applied if the School’s code of behaviour is breached. On signing the School’s Enrolment Form, parents accept their contractual obligation to the regular payment of school fees.

This Admissions Policy is regularly monitored and reviewed and may be subject to change.


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