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  1. Girls. Boarding. Small. Academic. Welcome to the website of St Marys School Ascot, a leading Roman Catholic boarding school for girls aged between 11 and 18 years. St Marys is a warm and caring community where we are passionate about bringing out the full potential of each of our 380 pupils.

  2. St Mary's School Ascot is a Roman Catholic independent day and boarding school for girls in Ascot, Berkshire, England. It is a member of the Girls' Schools Association. It was named 2015 "Public School of the Year" at the annual Tatler Schools Awards. It was ranked No. 1 in the U.K. by The Daily Telegraph in the 2018 GCSEs.

  3. 18 de mai. de 2024 · Admissions - St Mary's School Ascot. The school accepts about 65 pupils each year. Entry is at 11+ (our main intake), 13+ or 16+ and is by the school’s own entrance examination, an interview and a report from the current school. About 40 pupils are admitted to Year 7 (11+), 20 to Year 9 (13+) and about 5 to the Sixth Form (16+).

  4. Applying to St Marys. Admissions; Open Mornings; Scholarships and Bursaries; Working at St Marys; Information about St Marys. School Information; Examination Results; Development; Public Benefit; Staff List; The Board of Governors; Policies & Reports; Contact St Marys

  5. An Academic Community. Academic life at St Marys is not confined to the classroom. We are proud of having a vibrant, varied, pupil-led programme of events that is constantly responding to the needs and interests of the pupils and the world in which we live.

  6. We are proud of our wide-ranging and stimulating curriculum across the full range of academic subjects. There are also many opportunities to explore more deeply, and develop skills and interest through co-curricular activities, interdisciplinary projects, trips, speakers, and departmental clubs and societies.

  7. What's St Mary's Ascot like? Academically selective and highly sought after, St Marys Ascot is awash with accolades that sing of its excellence. Originally a convent run by the Sisters of Loretto, IBVM, the school remains one of the foremost Roman Catholic Girls’ schools in the country.