- Head Mrs Dorothy MacGinty
Kilgraston is a world class boarding and day school, offering education for boys and girls from five to twelve and girls only from twelve to eighteen. We have an enviable record of academic achievement at the highest levels.
Our ambition for each child is to stimulate and develop individual character and personality. Our teaching is rich in resources and inspires and challenges our pupils to aim at the highest level and enables them to attain it.
Our curriculum is broad, and our approach to intellectual development is inclusive and supportive of every child from Reception to Sixth Form. Our fundamental believe is that each child must feel valued, respected and emotionally secure. We therefore work hard to ensure that each pupil matures intellectually and personally through all their years at Kilgraston.
Our aim is straightforward: each pupil will leave us with the potential to be the best they can be.
The distinctive Kilgraston experience is designed to develop young people who have a thirst for life-long, independent learning and a vital commitment to making a real difference to the world around them.
- Age range 5 - 18
Day / Boarding
- Full Boarding
- Weekly Boarding
- Flexi Boarding
- Religious affiliation Catholic
- 16+ Scottish Highers
- Fees (per term) August 2021 - August 2022
- £4,080 - £5,425 per term
- £6,935 - £12,800 per term
- £6,935 - £12,800 per term
- Find out more about fees >
Bursaries & Scholarships
All scholarships are honorary and are made on the basis of competitive examinations or assessments. Once an award is made it will apply for the duration of the pupil’s career at Kilgraston, subject to continued performance and general good conduct.
A candidate may sit for a scholarship once at each school phase;
- Juniors (U3) (Yr7 / P7)
- Senior School (L4-U5) (Yr8 – Yr11 / S1 – S4)
- Sixth Form (L6) (Yr12 / S5)
All scholarship candidates are expected to demonstrate a high level of commitment and must maintain top grades in all examinations to maintain their scholarship awards.
Entry to Upper 3 (P7)
All applicants will be asked to sit an English, Mathematics and Non-Verbal Reasoning Paper.
Entry to Senior School
All applicants will be asked to sit an English and Mathematics Paper as well as a Non-Verbal Reasoning Paper.
Entry to Sixth Form
All applicants will be asked to sit papers chosen from the following subjects: Biology & Human Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Drama, English, French, Geography, German, History, Latin, Mathematics, Modern Studies, Physical Education, Physics, RMPS and Spanish.
Non-Verbal Reasoning Paper
The Non-Verbal Reasoning Paper is a short problem solving paper based around pictures, diagrams and shapes, and assesses critical
thinking and logic.
We do not give out sample NVR papers. We do, however, have sample papers for Academic subjects to give candidates an idea of the style and length of the examination paper. These are available on request.
Scholarships for Art, Music, Sport, All-rounder and the Headmistress’ Special Award are also available. Candidates may also be interviewed by the Headmistress if applying for the Headmistress’ Special Award.Find out more >
- Academic scholarships
- All Rounder awards
- Art scholarships
- Bursaries for new entrants
- HM Forces discounts
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
- Music scholarships
- Sibling discounts
- Sixth Form scholarships
- Sport scholarships
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.