Each year we are proud to award scholarships to talented pupils in Academia, Sport, Art, Music and Drama.
Each year, we are proud to award Scholarships to pupils who are capable of extremely high levels of achievement and who we believe will make a significant contribution to the life of the school.
Scholarships are offered at entry into Years 7 through to 12 and existing pupils can also apply in Year 9. Awards vary from a minimum of 5%, with the top award of 50% for exceptional potential and achievement; they are dependent on a variety of factors, including references and assessment performance. Once awarded, they will continue for the duration of the pupil’s time at Lincoln Minster School.
Scholarships are available across a variety of subjects
Academia – Assessed based on examination
Sport – District or County level
Art – Outstanding artistic ability and commitment
Music – Musicians with a minimum standard required per age group, assessment based on audition
Drama – Assessment based on audition
For more information about Lincoln Minster School scholarships, or to register your interest, please complete the form below.
Take the next step to success.
New applicants can apply for Scholarships all year round using the form below. The selection process may include an interview and either an assessment, audition, or evidence of achievement - depending on the subject areas. Academic Scholarships are assessed on an annual basis on our Scholarship Assessment Day. The process of evaluating results commences immediately. Pupils may apply for more than one discipline.
A number of families benefit from bursaries and other support.
Lincoln Minster School seeks to promote accessibility by making alternative payment submission options available with both our Scholarship programme and means tested Fees Assistance if appropriate.
We offer year-round Scholarship Assessment for Sport, Art, Music and Drama.
Our Academia Assessment Day for 2019 has not yet been announced, please use the form below to register your interest and you will be contacted with the date.
Please register your interest below.
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