The pre-university Pre-U training program is available at the school only on the subject "Art". This is a modular full course, designed for 2 academic years.
The school year in the school is divided into traditional British trimesters:
The cost of the academic year (grades 7-13) is 10,500 £ for a term, or 31500 £ for the year.
One of England's oldest schools, which celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2011, is actively involved in educational reforms. Charterhouse school supported the introduction of the alternative A-level - Pre-U, and subsequently IB. The scheme became known as "a direct examination road to the university." More than 400 years the school functions as a well-established precision mechanism. Applicants who want to enter here are becoming more and more, the results of the exams contribute to raising the school's rating.
Charterhouse School is very different from most similar institutions, first of all, a demonstration of excellent taste in everything. The exterior of the college is an elegantly decorated campus area with an ideally smooth cricket pitch, gothic spiers, turrets of masonry shells. Each building of the school is of historical significance.
Separate schooling replaces the joint. In the 6th grade, girls residing in residences and students of academic literacy begin classes in the boys' corps.