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Admission limit: 

  7 8 9 10 11 Sixth Form 
2018/19 196 196 196 196 196 300
2019/20 226 196 196 196 196 300

To apply for a place for your child at our School, Parents should apply through Southend Borough Council. For more information about school admissions visit

Please see our full Admissions Policy below:

Admissions Policy

In-Year Admissions (Years 7-11)

Please complete the documents below and return to Chase High School where your application will be dealt with in a reasonable time. Once a decision has been made we aim to complete the application within 5 school days. 

In-Year Admission Application Part 1

Please send to admissions(at)

In-Year Admission Application Part 2

Please send to previous school (where appropriate)

Secondary school appeals

Please download the below document relating to admission appeals. If you have any queries, please contact admissions(at)

Appeal Template 2018/2019

Sixth Form admissions

Prospective Sixth Form students are encouraged to visit the school in the Autumn Term. Application details, including a prospectus, can be obtained from the school office. The closing date for applications is April 30th, although late applicants can be considered any time up to September 30th. Prospective Sixth Formers will be invited to attend an induction programme in the Summer Term. 

Students should complete the appropriate application form and return it to the school. Up to an extra 30 students can be accepted into the Sixth Form from other schools, in addition to those already attending Year 11 in this school who achieve the Sixth Form entry requirements detailed below. The Sixth Form does not give priority to applicants from pupils enrolled at particular schools.

Places on Level 2 and Level 3 courses can normally be offered to applicants who meet the minimum course requirements. Our Sixth Form entry requirements are as follows: 

Level of course



Agreements for appeals

Should there be more candidates of the required level than places, selections will be based on GCSE performance, with priority being given to Children in Public Care.

If it is not possible to offer your child a place, details of the appeals process will be forwarded to you by the school. 

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