The academic achievement of the boys at the Under School almost always enables our pupils to gain acceptance to the senior school of their choice and a great many of our leavers reach a standard that allows them to receive a scholarship or award of some description. You can find details of the senior schools chosen by our leavers for past years below.
Our 67 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 59 Eton : 8
This year, again, has been an exceptional year despite the obvious difficulties caused by the pandemic. 59 boys go on to Westminster, of which an outstanding five of them become Queen’s scholars out of eight available. In addition, there are two honorary scholarships and three exhibitions.
Of our boys going to Eton, two received King’s Scholarships.
Our 57 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 44 Eton : 10 Winchester : 3
Common Entrance exams were suspended due to the pandemic.
10 boys moved from WUS to Eton College, one with a King’s Scholarship and 3 boys moved to Winchester College. The remaining 44 boys of our boys went to Westminster School, two with a Queen’s Scholarship. Honorary Scholarships were not awarded in 2020.
Our 59 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 49 Eton : 8 Dulwich : 2
We are very proud of this year’s leavers: once again six of the eight Queen’s Scholars come from WUS, and this year our boys also won four Honorary Scholarships, three Exhibitions and the Edlin Mathematics Prize.
We congratulate two of our boys on winning King’s Scholarships to Eton; two of our Common Entrance candidates were also awarded Starred Passes, placing them in the top thirty boys who gained places at Eton.
Our 67 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 57 Eton : 8 Winchester : 1 Harrow : 1
Exceptionally strong academic standards have been maintained with WUS being awarded six of the eight Queen’s Scholarships for Westminster School for the third year in a row. Three of the non-boarding boys received Honorary Scholarships and one also received the Richard Edlin Maths Prize.
At Eton one of our boys was awarded the King’s Scholarship and of the four boys who took the Common Entrance examination, all received starred passes.
Our 65 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 54 Eton : 8 Rugby : 1 Winchester : 2
Boys taking the Westminster Challenge matched last year’s results with six of our boys being awarded only eight available Queen’s Scholarship places. Four Honorary Scholarships were also awarded to boys who did not wish to board. Additionally, three boys gained Exhibitions and one boy was also awarded the Richard Edlin Maths Prize.
At Eton two of our boys were awarded the King’s Scholarship.
Our 66 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 54 Eton : 8 Winchester : 3 Harrow : 1
This was a bumper year for the Under School. For the first time ever, six of our Under School boys gained places for only eight Queen’s Scholars at Westminster School. Three non-boarding boys also won Honorary Scholarships, results which meant that, in effect, all of the top nine performers in the Challenge came from the Under School. Thirteen boys in all won awards at Westminster.
News from Eton was also extremely good: one King’s Scholarship was gained with an additional Oppidan scholarship while another boy was placed in the small Proxime class. Our boy who applied for Harrow came top in their examinations out of everyone in the country who applied that year.
Our 66 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 58 Eton : 7 Winchester : 1
Five of our pupils again became Queen’s Scholars at Westminster Great School, three of the non-boarders earned Honorary Scholarships and Exhibitions and one took the Edlin Maths Prize. There were six Westminster Music Scholarships awarded.
For the small number of boys joining Eton, one gained a King’s Scholarships along with two boys who gained music scholarships.
Our 69 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 57 Eton : 10 Winchester : 2
Twenty-one of those leavers gained a scholarship or exhibition. Five pupils became Queen’s Scholars at Westminster Great School, four earned Honorary Scholarships and Exhibitions, another five gained Music Scholarships or Exhibitions and one took the Edlin Maths Prize.
Pupils joining Eton took up three King’s Scholarships, two Oppidan Scholarships and two music exhibitions; and both of the leavers who went to Winchester gained a Music Scholarship or Exhibition.
Our 57 leavers joined the following senior schoolsWestminster : 47 Eton : 8 Winchester : 1 Dulwich : 1
10 of those leavers gained a scholarship or exhibition. Five pupils became Queen’s Scholars at Westminster Great School, one earned an Academic Scholarship and two gained Music Exhibitions.
Three pupils took King’s Scholarships from Eton while a further two earned starred CE entry.