About Brighton College
Everything done at Brighton College can be traced back to the desire to create a climate where pupils are happy. That's why young people are encouraged to follow their curiosity and explore all aspects of school life. The teachers inspire excellence in the classroom, the co-curricular activities enable pupils to immerse themselves in the arts and in a huge variety of sports and their social enrichment programme helps bring meaningful change to the world around the students.
Boarding has never been so popular, and Brighton College are delighted that the number of boarders has trebled in ten years. For full and weekly boarders, Brighton College is a home away from home. All boarders benefit from state-of-the art facilities, warm relationships with those in their house "families", a rich programme of clubs and activities, and all that the College has to offer.
Recently named United Kingdom School of the Decade by The Sunday Times, the school is one of the country’s leading independent schools and regularly achieves the best A level and GCSE results of any co-educational school.
International Full Boarding 2023-24
Year 9 - 4th Form
Year 10 - Lower 5th
Year 11 - Upper 5th
Year 12 - Lower 6th
Year 13 - Upper 6th
International deposits required:
- £10,000 for Lower School
- £22,000 for Senior School (inc. Sixth Form) Boarding Pupils
The buildings have won numerous architectural awards for their innovative designs and help make Brighton College the most forward-thinking school in Britain. An arts centre, library, music school and recital hall and pavilion are just a few of the the various dedicated buildings on Brighton Colleges campus.
Boarding houses have been designed to ensure a sense of community and comfort during and after school. The award-winning Simon Smith Building becomes a social space for boarders in the evening, with a stylish cafe, outside theatre space and study stations. The girls' boarding house, New House, was awarded a RIBA architectural prize and was longlisted for the prestigious Stirling Prize.
For those who enjoy competitive sport and games, Brighton College has produced over 30 Brightonians who have represented their country in a variety of sports in the last 10 years. Their world-class sporting facilities and dedicated coaches enable pupils to discover new interests and refine their techniques. With the opening of the School of Science and Sport there are even more possibilities than before.
Brighton College never forget that there is a whole world beyond the classroom, and they encourage pupils to remember that they are a part of the world - not apart from it. From beach volleyball to board games, and coding to chapel choir, there is an opportunity for every pupil to get involved in the rich co-curricular life of the College. Pupils can choose from a range of activities - and will find support in starting a new club if they desire.