Surrey school places for pupils who miss out on their first-choice secondary school

Many parents have researched the best secondary schools in Surrey to send their children to. On National Offer Day they will find out if they have received their first-choice school. Now, however, there is more competition for places at the best schools in Surrey than ever before due to an increase in population and capacity. Sadly, this means many will miss out on their first or even second or third choices. If this is the case, then all is not lost. King’s InterHigh is the UK’s leading online school, providing a first-class British education regardless of where you live.

This page is for people who have missed out on their first choice school in Surrey, including St John the Baptist School, St Andrew’s Catholic School, All Hallows Catholic School and Gordon’s School.

One of the top independent schools in Surrey online

It can be very frustrating and unsettling if you have been unsuccessful in securing a place at one of the top schools in Surrey for your children. Any subsequent schools you are offered could also be some distance away from where you live, adding extra disruption to your daily routine and travelling costs. The standard of education at your offered schools may also not be the same as in some of the outstanding secondary schools in Surrey that you had in mind. King’s InterHigh offers quality education wherever there is an internet connection. Studying at King’s InterHigh therefore not only offers your child a higher standard of education, but saves you time, travel and the expense of taking your child to a school you didn’t want them to go to in the first place.

About King's InterHigh

Formed in 2005, King’s InterHigh has over 1,000 students across the world, some of whom live in Surrey. We teach the National Curriculum for England at King’s InterHigh from Year 7, right the way through to IGCSE, AS and A Levels. Real-time, interactive, live online lessons are led by our expert faculty Monday to Friday. Students can access a wide range of resources including the school’s online library, common room and 24/7 lesson archive to prepare for homework and exams or simply to catch up.

Smaller class sizes

There are many advantages to studying at an online school. Pupils at King’s InterHigh receive a more personalised education with class sizes kept to a maximum of 18 pupils for IGCSEs and 15 for A Levels. The fact we are online also means that teachers can concentrate on teaching for the entire length of the lesson without the usual disruption and distractions you may get at a traditional mainstream school. King’s InterHigh is also able to offer a more flexible style of learning than mainstream school due to our online status.

Pupils can make rapid progress

We have found that pupils make rapid progress following our revolutionary teaching model. Pupils follow an engaging syllabus for each subject and are deliberately taught no more than two subjects every day, to help consolidate learning. We encourage independent learning which gives our pupils good preparation for the style of education they will encounter if they decide to go on to further and higher education. On average, King’s InterHigh pupils graduate with a second-class degree or higher at University.

Hear what our pupils have to say

King’s InterHigh School is a vibrant community where pupils make new friends from all over the world. Find out what some of our past pupils have to say about why they chose King’s InterHigh and how they found the experience.

Learn more about our online curriculum

King’s InterHigh offers a full British secondary curriculum in a wide range of subjects online. As pupils progress through the school, they can study a full range of IGCSE, AS and A Level courses.

As a parent what do I need to know?

Our British Curriculum, offering a wide range of Key Stage 3 subjects right through to IGCSE and A Levels, provides the perfect foundation for future studies. Our revolutionary teaching model allows pupils to make excellent progress in rapid time.

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