Tries from wing Tom Fowlie (2), centre Brett Herron, flanker Andrew Hughes, scrum-half Stuart Townsend (2), centre Nick Tompkins (2) and fly-half Josh Sharp set up the victory while Herron added six conversions.
The hosts got off to a dream start and were ahead with just two minutes on the clock - aggressive running created an overlap and Fowlie went over in the corner.
England added their second try of the afternoon after 24 minutes after elusive running and some deft offloads created space and Fowlie was given the ball 10 metres out to dive over for his second try.
The hosts went over for their third shortly afterwards as Herron showed good strength to shrug off a couple of challenges before touching down between the posts and the London Irish back converted his own try to make it 17-3.
The tries kept coming and England scored again minutes later as good work from the pack eventually freed up space for flanker Andrew Hughes to dot down.
And there was still time for England to score their fifth before the break. Good pace from wing Tom Howe set up Townsend to score and Herron made no mistake with the conversion.
Scotland started the second-half positively and had their first try two minutes after the restart as a strong rolling maul was eventually touched down by lock Neil Irvine-Hess. But England hit straight back and Townsend showed good strength to touch down over the line.
England's seventh try came after 56 minutes as a nice step from replacement scrum-half James Mitchell freed up the impressive Nick Tompkins to touch down for a deserved try.
Scotland never let up though and had their second try with ten minutes left to play. Smooth passing from the backs eventually created space for replacement wing Iain Sim to score in the corner to make it 43-13.
But England kicked on again and Tompkins' second try came minutes later. Sharp then picked-up a loose Scotland pass to run in from over halfway with the final play of the game. Herron converted to secure the 57-13 win.
Captain James Chisholm said: "We're delighted to get the win, to score nine tries is a credit to the guys and I think we deserved it for the way we played. Scotland never let up though and fair play to them, it was a tough Test match."
Points: Fowlie 2T, Herron 1T, Hughes 1T, Townsend 2T, Tompkins 2T, Sharp 1T; Herron 6C.
15 Howard Packman (Moulton College & Northampton Saints)
14 Tom Howe (Shiplake College & London Wasps)
13 Nick Tompkins (Oaklands College & Saracens)
12 Brett Herron (Wellington College & London Irish)
11 Tom Fowlie (St Paul's Catholic College & London Irish)
10 Josh Sharp (Oaklands College & Saracens)
9 Stuart Townsend (Ivybridge Community College & Exeter Chiefs)
1 Luke Chapman (Truro College & Exeter Chiefs)
2 Jack Walker (Prince Henry's & Leeds Carnegie)
3 Paul Hill (Prince Henry's Grammar & Leeds Carnegie)
4 Jordan Onojaife (Stowe & Northampton Saints)
5 Charlie Ewels (Bryanston School & Bath Rugby)
6 Andrew Hughes (Hartpury College & Sale Sharks)
7 Andrew Boyce (Kings Worcester &Worcester Warriors)
8 James Chisholm (c) (Brighton College & Harlequins)
16 Sam James (Bishop's Stortford & Saracens) on for Jack Walker
17 George Edgson (Hartpury College & London Wasps) on for Luke Chapman
18 Neale Farthing (Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth College & Leicester Tigers) on for Paul Hill
19 Charlie Hewitt (Ivybridge College & Exeter Chiefs) on for Jordan Onojaife
20 Josh Peters (Oundle School & Northampton Saints) on for Andrew Hughes
21 James Mitchell (Lymm School & Sale Sharks) on for Stuart Townsend
22 Josh Skelcey (Moulton College & Northampton) on for Tom Fowlie
23 Louis Clayton-Molloy (Harrow School & London Wasps) on for Howard Packman