Harrow School Online brought to you in partnership with Harrow School and Pearson
Harrow School Online brings together the richness and heritage of a Harrow School education with leading online learning technology and teaching practices. We are a fully online global sixth form, delivering an A Level education to young adults aged 16-18 preparing pupils for the world’s top universities and beyond, with rigorous academic studies combined with a diverse range of extra-curricular opportunities to develop character and foster friendships with peers across the world.
Our purpose at Harrow School Online is not only to help pupils achieve academic excellence and fulfil their ambitions of attending the world’s top universities. We also seek to develop independent thought, intellectual curiosity and other qualities towards a life of leadership and personal fulfilment.
We welcome strong applicants with one or all of the following attributes:
- An academically-minded pupil who wants to stretch themselves to the best of their ability, with a willingness to work hard and an ambition to be part of one of the world’s greatest institutions.
- A pupil who would benefit from a more flexible school schedule, gaining a top-class education while pursuing a passion in sports, philanthropy, business or the arts.
- A pupil who needs flexibility of location as they will be relocating during their sixth form education, or would like to be able to split time between different countries or spend time travelling during their A level studies.
- A pupil whose individual style of learning is not well-suited to the traditional classroom and who would thrive in a more personalised setting.
We require pupils to be dedicated, focused and organised, and will reward them with an education like no other.
Harrow School Online’s Sixth Form core programme features Pearson Edexcel International A Level courses in Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish and Economics. Schedules vary by pupil and by subject combination, but full-time pupils will be required to commit at least 25-30 hours a week to their studies.