Mill Hill School was founded in 1807 and is only 16 kilometers from the center of London. It is a spacious, well-groomed, green and quiet campus that takes students from around the world from 13 to 17 years of age to study.
Special attention is paid in the curriculum to artistic subjects such as music and drama. Famous graduates include actor Harry Melling (known for his role as Dudley Dursley from the Harry Potter films) and Patrick Trauton, famous for his role in the cult series Doctor Who.
Mill Hill School forms a rich, balanced curriculum that harmoniously combines academic studies and sports, recreational activities and cultural development. Employees of the school strive to educate strong, independent and self-confident leaders, to the extent of self-critical, who are able to form and defend their own point of view. The school was founded by a Christian community of nonconformist persuasion, therefore the traditional values of Christianity are still very strong here: virtue, tolerance, philanthropy, a passion for justice and mercy.
According to 2013 data, 45% of students passed A-level exams to A * -A marks: articles such as physics, mathematics (including higher education), history, economics and business were particularly successful. Graduates for continuing education are most often chosen by the universities of Birmingham, Manchester, Bath, Durham, Leeds, enter the University of Art London, the Royal Conservatory (Scotland, Glasgow), as well as the legendary Cambridge and Oxford.
The curriculum of this program is based on the following postulates:
Students attend several compulsory courses - these are the fundamental subjects of the secondary school program, as well as selected elective disciplines: they can be chosen on their own, taking into account their interests, talents and abilities. Also, all schoolchildren must attend physical education and sports, extra-curricular and leisure activities, and spend a lot of time on social and moral development.
The list of compulsory disciplines includes:
You can choose the interesting electives for yourself from a fairly extensive list:
The training program is designed for 2 years: the first students study 4 subjects, the second they have only 3, and they are subject to examination. Each student attends special classes aimed at creative, personal and personal development. In addition, you can qualify for the EPQ by completing your own research project and presenting its commissions.
The list of subjects for study (at the student's choice) is as follows:
Comfortable residences (each for 45-50 people) are equipped for schoolchildren. Participants in the GCSE program occupy rooms for 3-4 people, more adult students A-level - single and double rooms. Each residence has its own library (Internet access), laundry facilities, kitchens, gaming halls, cozy living rooms for recreation.
Eating, tasty and balanced, organized on the principle of full boarding - three times a day the students gather in a spacious common dining room.
The students devote a lot of free time to sports and active recreation. Among the available and popular types of physical activity are:
Do not stand aside and creatively gifted students. Mill Hill School operates a beautiful music school and its own theater, a major center for design and art: all studios are well equipped and equipped, they have all the required materials and equipment, they work with experienced and professional teachers. Students take part in major festivals, competitions, competitions (one of the most famous is Edinburgh), go on European tours, go on thematic and educational tours (for example, visit Venice).
On the campus of the school (the total area of which reaches 120 acres!) It's nice to live, have fun and learn - it's a beautiful, well-groomed place: there are ancient, majestic buildings decorated with white columns and huge windows, with a delightful interior decoration, and modern A building of urban type of stone and glass, with the latest design and unique technical equipment. On the campus there are a huge number of parks and gardens, green lawns and lawns, convenient walking paths are organized. It has its own scientific school, a library with a vast collection of sources and publications, a modern medical center and a cozy student café where students like to gather after school after a cup of tea.
The journey to London takes about half an hour (to the center of the capital only 16 kilometers), to Heathrow International Airport - about 40 minutes: it greatly facilitates transfer and travel, sightseeing tours and walks.
Mill Hill School has a modern and diverse sports infrastructure: there are fields and grounds for individual lessons and team games, a hockey field (all-weather), tennis courts, a modern fitness center, a gym and a sports complex, As well as a spacious indoor swimming pool. The campus is home to the London Golf Academy. The pupils of the school regularly go to international competitions and bring home prizes and awards of winners: the geography of the competitions includes China, Africa, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain and other countries around the world.
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