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Admissions

Choosing the perfect school is a life-forming and life-enhancing decision. You will want to be confident that your choice is the right one. As one of the 26 schools of the Girls' Day School Trust, we can provide benefits for your daughter not just throughout her school life, but for a lifetime. 


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Open Days

Would you like to come to one of our Junior and Senior School open day or mornings?

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Private Tour

Would you like a private tour of the school and one-to-one with the Head?

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Joining Us

Applications are accepted for all year groups and girls can join us at any point during the academic year, depending on availability. If you are interested in applying for Year 7 and Year 9 entry but have missed any deadlines, please contact the Registrar to discuss availability. To learn more about our typical entry points please select an option below:

Woodland Pre-Prep Admissions

Junior School Admissions

Senior School Admissions

Sixth Form Admissions

Request a Prospectus

Request the latest Ipswich High School for Girls prospectus and learn more about our tailored and bespoke all-girls education.

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View our Admissions Guide

Download our admissions guide for further information and application forms.

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Fees and Financial Support

Our school fees are highly competitive and we believe represent exceptional value for money.

Our scholarships are for those students we believe to be of an exceptional standard and are awarded on the basis of ability and potential. Bursaries are awarded to talented girls whose families would otherwise be unable to afford the school fees. 

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International Students

Ipswich High School is registered as a Tier 4 Child Sponsor with UK Visas and Immigration. We can admit international students from all over the world.

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100%

A Level pass rate 2016. Our results are consistently outstanding and place us top of the leagues for quality.

5 times

as many GDST pupils as the national average go on to take degrees in Medicine.

58.6%

of all A level results 2016 were graded A*-B

Top 40

Independent Girls' School for 2016 GCSE results as rated by The Times.