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Worthing High School

Worthing High School

End of Autumn 1 - half term


Transfer From Primary to Secondary School

Although Worthing High School is an academy, admissions are still the responsibility of West Sussex County Council.

Applications can be made either on-line or through their offices at:

Pupil Admissions Admissions Office
Centenary House
Durrington Lane
West Sussex
BN13 2QB

Telephone: 0845 075 1007

Under the Education Act parents or carers can express a preference for any school but do not have the right to choose a school. West Sussex Education Authority does however make every effort to meet parental preference where possible. 

The application process for children due to transfer to secondary school starts in September each year. All West Sussex resident parents must complete an application for a secondary school place by the closing date detailed on the West Sussex County Council admissions page.

Full details of how to apply, including deadline dates, a link to the on line application process can be found on the West Sussex County Council website CLICK HERE .

Please note that parents resident outside West Sussex will need to apply direct to the relevant local authority for their home address.

For in year admissions, outside of the usual Year 7 admission process please feel free to contact the school directly for guidance.

School Visits

Worthing High School is keen to welcome prospective new students to tour the school by individual appointment, please email to arrange.

We also host schedule of open evenings and school tours throughout the academic year, for more details of these, please see our Events and News pages. 

Waiting Lists

In the event of oversubscription, Worthing High School will maintain waiting lists for all year groups in accordance with the school's oversubscription criteria. Please refer to our Admissions Policy below.


Admission Appeals will be considered by an Independent Appeals Panel organised by Worthing High School in association with WSCC.