Awards Programmes 2021-22
*award programmes are subject to change each year
Through Harrow Nanning Awards Programme we seek to recognise and celebrate the exceptional achievements of Harrow students, not simply their academic results, but also their individual’s passions, genuine commitment to continuous improvement and a willingness to take on challenges. As well as being an inspiration to others through these personal traits, Scholars are expected to be proactive, taking the initiative to be leaders in their area of interest, passing on the love of their subjects, their sports, their artistic or creative endeavours and developing the talents of others.
In all respects, Harrow scholars are expected to model and personify our motto: Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership,
John Lyon Scholarship
The School is providing a unique opportunity for gifted students from G5 onwards who excel both academically and in the fields of either sport or creative arts to receive prestigious recognition for their talents. With a rigorous application and selection process, receiving a John Lyon Scholarship is a rare honour, and one that will highlight exceptional talent not only academically, but also in their chosen scholarship field(s).
John Lyon 100% Scholarship
John Lyon 50% Scholarship
- Requirement: Excelling in academics plus two other fields(Creative Arts and Design/Sports) are eligible.
- Requirement: Excelling in academics plus one field（Creative Arts and Design/Sprots） are eligible.
The School is providing a unique opportunity for gifted students from G1 onwards to receive prestigious recognition for their talents. With a rigorous application and selection process, receiving a Founder’s Scholarship is a rare honour, and one that will highlight exceptional talent in the chosen scholarship field.
10 Founder’s scholarships per grade are awarded annually and are worth up to 10% of the school fees.
Creative Arts Fields
include Music, Art and Design, and Drama
The School is seeking applicants with a strong desire to immerse themselves into the creative life of the school. Above all else we are seeking candidates who are passionate about creative arts and are keen to continue their improvement.
The School is seeking applicants who are high level athletes with a strong desire to compete and immerse themselves into the sporting culture of the school. Above all else we are seeking candidates who demonstrate exceptional talent or potential in at least one sport in which they would make a significant contribution to School life. This is not an ‘all-rounder’ award but an award for excellence in a particular sport.
Named after Huang Danian, a Nanning local. The School is seeking applicants who show strong academic ability or potential.
Awarded：Up to 30% of the total school fees.
Used to meet the cost of fees for students who would be unable to attend the School without this financial assistance. Awarded for one year and worth up to 30% of the total school fees.
Only families with a relatively low household income are likely to receive sponsorship assistance. In making its decisions, the School considers a wide range of appropriate matters including, but not limited to, parental/guardian income (from all sources), assets (including personal property) and other matters that are particular to the pupil, such as family circumstances. If parents indicate that they are likely to need sponsorship support, they will be asked to complete a strictly confidential form in order to assess their financial circumstances and establish the level of assistance that the School believes is required.
Pupils who receive sponsorship may also apply to receive assistance with the funding of ‘extras’ such as uniform, Music instrument lessons and School trips. The award of a bursary does not preclude pupils from holding a scholarship award.
Awards Application Process
Awards applications are welcomed from both enrolling students and those currently on roll unless otherwise stated. Please contact the Admissions team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on how to apply.
All pupils applying for a awards are expected to satisfy the School’s academic entrance requirements and if the demand exceeds the number available, awards are granted with reference to performance in the Entrance Examinations.