Visiting the school
We welcome informal visits throughout the year. To arrange a visit, please telephone: 01732 352793 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our annual Open Events take place in the autumn each year. More details can be found on our Open Events page.
Please note that a Supplementary Information Form is not required for admission to Hillview School for Girls.
To find out more about how to apply to Hillview School for Girls, please refer to our full Admissions Policy and Procedures document below.
In Year Admissions
Applications for In Year Casual Admissions to Years 7 to 11 should be made on the form available to download from Kent County Council website via this link.
Application forms should be sent directly to the Admissions Officer at Hillview School for Girls.
In the event places are not available, applicants will be placed on a waiting list held by the school and ordered according to the over-subscription criteria.
Performing Arts places 2019 – APPLICATIONS CLOSED 4 OCTOBER 2018
Hillview is a specialist school for the Performing Arts and 10% of places (20) will be allocated on the basis of aptitude in the Performing Arts disciplines of Dance, Drama or Music.
This Is assessed through tests carried out at the school, overseen by an independent assessor. To apply please view our application form by clicking here.
These places are not subject to the restrictions of the general over-subscription criteria listed in the admissions policy below, except in the case of children in local authority care. These places are very sought-after and we would request that parents do not apply for them if they are likely to gain a place according to the normal criteria (e.g. sibling or closeness to the school).
Full details of our Admission Policy 2019-20 has now been determined by the Governing Body and can be found below. For personal advice on your particular situation please email email@example.com for the attention of the Admissions Secretary or ring on 01732 352793 ext 173.
To view the area of admissions by distance for previous years please click on the links below.
We are ideally placed for excellent transport links. Last year we were able to offer places to children who live up to approximately 8 miles from the school, including Sevenoaks and Ightham, Tunbridge Wells, Edenbridge and Kings Hill. However, our ‘catchment area’ varies each year, depending on the number of applications.
Some of the main bus links can be found by clicking the following map: Map-bus-routes.
Kent County Council Journey Planner is a useful tool for planning your journey to school. Further information can be found via the following links: