Scholarships and Prizes

In addition to the school’s own academic scholarships and academic prizes there are a number of generous Trust wide competitive scholarships and awards.

In 2015, Bromley High girls won The Johnston Memorial Scholarship and the Nomura Scholarship and Pearson and Silver Awards. The school has its own very generous travel award – offered by the parents of Heather Lawes in memory of Heather who was Head Girl in 1993-94 and died tragically in 2000. It is allocated annually to a student planning an extended travel experience, usually during a GAP year - former students have travelled to Russia, Sri Lanka and other exotic destinations.

Sixth Form culminates in a Graduation Ceremony where every individual’s qualities and aspirations are recognised in a celebration of their unique contribution to the long history of Bromley High School.

GDST Prizes and Awards

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GDST Scholarships Brochure

GDST Travel Scholarships For Year 13 students intending to take a Gap year or planning to travel in the summer before their university course.
Johnston Memorial Scholarship For Year 13 students intending to read Law at university.
Minerva Prize For Year 13 students.  The prize is awarded for all-round achievement
Pearson and Silver  Awards For Year 12 students. The awards provide financial help towards the cost of attending meetings or  courses or carrying out projects with a classical content.
Nomura GDST Scholarship

An opportunity for Year 13 students to win a scholarship and secure a place on Nomura’s highlycompetitive two week Immersion programme.

Frederica Lord University Scholarship

For Year 13 students pursuing a recognised course of academic study at oneof the universities specified by the founder

Laurie Magnus Poetry Prize For students from all age groups with an interest in poetry
Somerville and Gurney Awards, incorporating Henriette Dent and Dame Kitty Anderson. For Year 12 students after sitting a two and a quarter hour general exam paper.