UK Boarding Schools
Dauntsey’s School was founded in 1542 as one of the first independent schools in the UK to go fully co-educational in 1976. The school provides a great environment for future mathematicians, scientists, and linguists. Read our full boarding school review here.
Downe House School students are known to “Work Hard – Aim High”, which results in 93% getting their first choice university. These universities are some of the UK’s most prestigious universities such as Oxbridge, Imperial, UCL, many other Russell Group universities, and even overseas ones.
Woldingham School is one of the UK’s leading and oldest girls’ schools. Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat founded the school in 1842 as the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Initially a full boarding school, Woldingham has now extended to accommodate more than 600 pupils with multiple boarding and day options. Woldingham School is part of the global Sacred Heart Network with members in over 30 countries.
Eastbourne College is located in a seaside town only an hour and a half from London. On the base of 150-year old flint buildings is a modern school with new classrooms and sports facilities. One of the top senior independent schools in the UK, its location gives its pupils the perks of enjoying a national park, an international tennis venue, a county cricket ground, two challenging golf courses and more, just a 6-minute stroll away.