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Admission Procedure

We are delighted that you’re considering Wembley College for the next stage of your child’s education. 

Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions that you make for your child and our Registrar would be delighted to hear from you if you are considering Wembley College as an option. Of course, coming to see the school and meeting the scholars and staff is by far the best way of knowing whether Wembley will be the right place for your child, and we would be very happy to arrange a visit.

To book a visit please contact the Office on (033) 413 2677 or alternatively Email us at

Start your online application now!


As an alternative first step, please download the forms below and return them to us via email or drop them off at our school office for processing. We hope that these forms will give you a good guide to the admissions process.

We kindly ask you to provide us with the following documents when applying to Wembley College:
1. Application for Admission  
2. Boarding Indemnity and Consent Form (if applicable) 
3. A copy of parent and child ID document / birth certificate or passport
4. Agreement to pay school fees
5. School Indemnity and Consent Form


Each new applicant entering into the Senior Primary Phase or the High School will write an entrance test. This test will assess if the applicant’s language and mathematical skills are at an acceptable level to benefit from the academic programme offered at Wembley. Before entering Wembley College it is important that the applicant pay the previous school’s fees. Scholars that have been expelled or asked to leave because of unacceptable behaviour will not be accepted by Wembley College.


All prospective scholars and their parents are interviewed. Members of the Junior Primary staff interview Junior Primary applicants. All other applicants are afforded an interview with the headmaster. This time is invaluable to both parties; particularly to prospective parents whom might have numerous questions to ask in respect of the quality and diversity of education offered by Wembley. 

Subsequent to the interview, Wembley will inform prospective parents via email of the outcome of the interview. Successful applicants will then receive a clothing list, stationary list, book list and other correspondence via email. Telephonic contact by the relevant Head of Department will be made with each successful applicant.


A limited number of scholarships are available to both boarders and day scholars. Details will be provided on enquiry.