Admissions


Every year, Queen's College accepts approximately 120 students who were the top performing students at the National Grade Six Assessment. These students enter Grade 7 and continue to Grade 11 after which they can reapply to enter into Sixth Form. Additionally, students who have written the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations or its equivalent can apply to the two-year Sixth Form programme. Students desirous of attending the College outside of the above-mentioned provisions can apply through the Ministry of Education.

National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA)

The NGSA is Guyana's local Secondary School Entrance Examination that is written by primary school students in Grade Six. Students are awarded schools based on their performance. The College's minimum admission score at the NGSA has historically been the highest in the country.

Required Documents

  • Passport-sized picture
  • Copy of pass slip
Complete the NGSA admission form >

Sixth Form

The Sixth Form is a two-year programme through which students are prepared to sit the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and may receive an Associate's Degree after their studies. Interested students who have excelled at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations can apply to Sixth Form through the Ministry of Education.

Required Documents

  • Passport-sized picture
  • Copy of CSEC results slip
Complete the Sixth Form admission form >

Transfer

Students who wish to switch schools may write the entrance examination through the Ministry of Education.

Required Documents

  • Passport-sized picture
  • Copy of slip from Ministry of Education
Complete the transfer admission form >

Remigration

Returning students may apply through the Ministry of Education.

Required Documents

  • Passport-sized picture
  • Copy of slip from Ministry of Education
Complete the remigration admission form >