Brighton College

Brighton College


Type: Day / Boarding / Co-ed
Age Range: 3-18
Head's Name: Richard Cairns
Address: Eastern Road
Brighton
BN2 0AL
United Kingdom
Phone: 01273 704200
Fax: 01273 704204
Website: www.brightoncollege.org.uk
Division: South East

School Profile

Brighton College is one of Britain's leading schools; indeed, in November 2011 Brighton was awarded the most prestigious accolade of the UK schools world when it was named Sunday Times Independent School of the Year.  Academic results consistently place Brighton among the top 10 schools for boys and girls in England; provision for art, music, dance and drama is exceptional, and the College's sporting prowess is nationally renowned.

Our teaching body ranks among the best in England.  Every year, more and more of Brighton's pupils secure places at the UK's most esteemed universities, particularly Oxford and Cambridge.  The College's former pupils number amongst Britain's foremost business, professional and political leaders; they entrance the nation with their sporting, creative and artistic talent; they are busy shaping the future for generations to come.

All of these are hugely important factors that parents describe as having influenced them in choosing Brighton College for their son or daughter. But above all else, parents remark upon the warm, happy, vibrant and positive atmosphere that struck them the moment they entered through the school's gates. First and foremost, Brighton College offers a caring, supportive and tolerant environment in which children thrive and love to learn.

Educating boys and girls aged 3 to 18 years, Brighton College, together with its prep and pre-prep schools, is wonderfully situated at the heart of Brighton's Kemptown, just a short walk from the sea yet only minutes away from the beauty of the South Downs National Park. London is less than an hour away by train.  Brighton College's superb reputation draws pupils from across Sussex and, with full and weekly boarding available from age 13, from across London and the South East, the UK and the world.

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