Fees and Deposits
Fees for 2023/24
Termly fees are £16,850 and include board, tuition, textbooks, a stationery allowance and laundry, and are paid in advance by the first day of term. For any subject requiring additional tuition, there is an extra charge.
Our registration fee is £350 (non refundable).
Entry Deposit (UK and overseas)
An applicant who is offered and accepts a place at Harrow is asked to pay an Entry Deposit of £3,000: £1,500 is returned at the end of his first term, and the remaining £1,500 is deducted from his final bill.
In Year 9, if an applicant fails the Common Entrance or Academic Scholarship examinations, or is advised by his prep school to withdraw in the expectation that he will not reach the required standard, his Entry Deposit will be refunded in full.
Additional Deposit (overseas only)
An applicant who is offered and accepts a place at Harrow, and who has at least one parent residing overseas, is asked to pay an Additional Deposit of one full term's fees in advance: this sum is refunded in full on his final fee bill.
If an applicant withdraws having given a full term's notice before his year of entry, his Additional Deposit will be refunded in full.
A Year 9 applicant who secures his place at Harrow by passing the Common Entrance or Scholarship examinations is charged an Acceptance Fee of £500 on his first bill (received in the July preceding his September start at Harrow).
To exercise your right to cancel, you must inform the Admissions Office of your decision to cancel this contract by a clear statement (e.g. a letter sent by post to the Registrar, 5 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex HA1 3HP, or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org) before the cancellation period has expired. You may use the model cancellation form or your own wording, if you prefer. You do not have to provide a reason for cancellation when information the School.
The School maintains an anti-money laundering (AML) policy and as part of our normal procedures uses a third-party service to check the names of parents and/or fee payers (including those holding offers and all those in the current offer process) against databases that cover UK, EU and US AML requirements.