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Box Hill School Scholars

Some of our Scholars

Music Scholar: Krystal

Throughout her early school life, she has always been selected for solos, representing her primary school and now Box Hill School playing the piano. She gained her first solo when she was just in Reception, then every year thereafter up to her leavers’ show in Year 6. In a world of possibilities, Krystal plans on being a high level athlete, as well as a singer songwriter.

Sports Scholar: Luca

Luca has had a love for all sports from a very early age. Football has always been his biggest passion, but he has the ability and desire to play a majority of sports to a good level, a true all-rounder. Luca is also a keen golfer, being previously selected for Surrey golf, although he dedicates his time mostly to the Dorking Wanderers Youth Development football squad. He is a determined sportsman and shows great desire to be the top of his game and progress into the sports industry.

Drama Scholar: Ruby

Ruby started on stage at the age of five singing and dancing to It’s a hard knock life from Annie. Since then, she has been involved in various productions with her performing arts school. More recently she has performed in The Snow Queen at The Hawth Theatre. Described by her theatre school teacher as a ‘triple threat’ as she is equally strong in all three disciplines of acting, singing and dancing. She has participated in every school production, and is a member of dance and musical theatre club.

Music Scholar: Archie

Archie started playing the drums at a young age and was a member of ACM and Rockademy. He started playing the trumpet, at his junior School – he was inspired by his older cousin who has travelled around the world playing the trumpet with his Jazz group. Archie continues to enjoy playing in the school Jazz Band. Recently he performed The Last Post at the school remembrance service in 2021. Archie loves all kinds of music, and has written the soundtrack to a film that he made. He would love a career in the performing arts.

Sports Scholar: Maia

Maia is one of our Year 8 Sports scholars. Maia started gymnastics when she was 3 years old and started competing in artistic gymnastics when she was 5 years old. She then transitioned to TeamGym when she was 10 years old at her current club, Leatherhead & Dorking, where her team hold the current British TeamGym championships title. Maia has won various medals and trophies in her journey in the sport including winning the National Milano Trios. Maia aspires to be part of Team GB, hopefully in time for the Olympics in 2028!