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TOP-100 private schools in England for foreign students learning English

Education information

The section private schools in England and the United Kingdom provides a detailed description of the educational specifics, as well as a list of advanced and elite private schools, their education programs, prices, benefits and reviews.

100 best British private schools and colleges for girls, for boys and providing joint education are also brought to your attention. For talented students with good academic performance, leading private boarding schools and day schools in England are happy to offer lower prices! The amount of scholarships and discounts in elite United Kingdom schools can be as high as 50% of the cost of education, which will save you up to 30 000 GBP for two-year studies.

Most popular cities in the United Kingdom for education are:

  • Cambridge
  • Oxford
  • London
  • York
  • Brighton

SMAPSE will also tell how to enter inexpensive public schools and colleges in the United Kingdom, which offers educational services at a price between 17 000 and 19 000 GBP per academic year with accommodation and meals (or just education for 9 000 – 10 000 GBP) after 16 years old.

Don't hesitate to address the samples of entrance tests for admission to private boarding schools in the United Kingdom, which you can complete in our office without visiting the school itself. Our services regarding admission are also free.

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Main tips to enter 100 best private schools in England for foreign students

Firstly, most often, parents who are planning to give their child a higher education in the United Kingdom are wondering at what age it is better to send the child to school? Actually, everything depends on the individual characteristics of the student. It's essential to make a real brainstorm considering the education at schools and colleges in England as a pre-university stage.

It is believed that the optimal age for starting studies abroad is 11, 12 and 13 years old. According to psychologists, it is much easier for teenagers to part with their parents than for younger children. On the other hand, children who began to study abroad at the age of 7, 8, 9, 10 years old, adapt more quickly to the new linguistic, cultural and academic environment. Concerning statistics, in the final year of the school they also speak English as good as the native speakers.

It is worth noting that for full adaptation of the foreign students, it is also recommended to go through an additional vacation course. For example, to study in England in summer, enroll in a summer camp or spend winter vacations in the United Kingdom: this will help a child quickly adapt to the linguistic and learning environment.

Secondly, an important issue for parents is the choice of a good institution. A great deal of parents are focused on the ratings of private boarding schools or private day schools of Great Britain. Naturally, parents often stick to the options from the TOP-10 list. However, parents need to know that it could become rather difficult to enter one of these institutions. The problems don't touches only the education fees, but also strict competitive basis. There is a waiting list for enrollment, which may take several years. Before choosing the school or college from the TOP-10 list, it's significant to analyse particular chances of entering such kind of educational institutions. Perhaps this is the only disadvantage of the private boarding schools and day schools of England in addition to their price.

Private schools in England

British private elite schools and boarding schools of joint education listed in the TOP-100 ratings have numerous advantages. Therefore, they attract a great deal of international students from the whole world. Among such educational institutions there are old colleges that differ from elite ones. They aren't a part of the promoted brands and their graduates still successfully enter prestigious universities and show high results on the entrance exams.

Thirdly, it's important to be focused on the time of documents submission, as well as the preparation for entrance examinations in educational institutions. For your attention there are samples of entrance exams for foreign students in various subjects. It is recommended to submit your documents at least a year before enrollment. In addition, it is worth submitting documents to several places. This will ensure that the child enters a private boarding school or private day school and receives a top-quality secondary education in the United Kingdom.

Quality education at UK private schools

Private boarding and day schools, as well as colleges in England, generally accept students of 14, 15 years old. They are given 1-2 years to receive a certificate of incomplete secondary education (General Certificate of Secondary Education). After that they follow the so-called 6th Form - senior classes (16, 17 years) with A-level programme, Foundation programme or International Baccalaureate programme.

British private boarding schools and day schools can have different priority areas of study: with an art focus, with an emphasis on business and economics, technical, medical, engineering, music focus and others.

In the United Kingdom, the academic year lasts from September to July and consists of 3 terms, called trimesters. The first and the second are separated by the Christmas holidays, the second and the third – by the Easter.

Private schools in England

Education at 100 best private boarding schools in England and the United Kingdom is conducted by use of intensive programs. It is worth noting that students life is formed by a certain schedule. It includes academic lessons, sports and creative coteries, time for self-training and education, leisure time and entertainment. The schedule should be obeyed by all students.

The special feature of the programs at the private boarding schools is the increased attention to the physical training of students. Actually, the sport is no less important than the general disciplines. Each student chooses 1-2 priority sport activities for themselves. The list of sport sections is usually not limited to ten. Students can take football, tennis, swimming, golf, cricket, rugby, horse riding and much more.

In addition, there are also coteries for a balanced and thoughtful development of personality. Practically, every institution has its own choir, an orchestra, a jazz band and a dance group. Creative children can be engaged in design, drawing, modeling, etc.

After dinner children can enjoy their free time and complete their homework. Bed time may vary depending on the age group between 22:00 – 23:00.

Accommodation at private schools in England

Private boarding schools in England mostly accept students on a boarding basis: children are offered rooms in the residence on campus. Students of the primary education live in rooms for 4-10 people.

All dormitories are spacious, all rooms are separated by partitions. In residences each student has his own corner with a bed, a desk, a small closet for storing personal belongings, shoes, clothes. Senior students are accommodated in double and single rooms.

Nutrition for children of all ages is provided three times a day. The menu, as a rule, includes meat dishes, vegetarian dishes, and fish. Each meal implies several dishes.

It goes without saying that the territory of the private boarding school is under protection at all times. It is forbidden for children to leave the campus without permission and escort.

Private schools in England

Tuition fees at TOP-100 private schools in Great Britain

Tuition fees at private boarding schools and day schools, colleges may vary depending on the rating of the institution, the results of the graduates' exams, the prestige level of the school, its history. The average cost of studying in England is: at schools and colleges 14 000 GBP – 25 000 BGP per year (full-time - without residency), living in the residence (full-board) – from 30 000 GBP to 50 000 GBP per academic year in the most expensive educational institutions.

What documents are required to apply for British private boarding schools?

The list of documents varies slightly between private boarding schools and day schools due to small differences in the work of the admission committees of educational institutions in the United Kingdom. However, the basic list of documents that are required by every independent boarding school includes the following documents:

  • Annual school reports containing grades for academic years for the last 2 or 3 years of study;
  • A copy of the student's passport or ID card;
  • Several recommendation letters from maths teachers and English teachers, as well as from the representatives of school administration (directors, deputies, etc.), written in free form with translation into the English language;
  • A certificate of language proficiency in English (an optional requirement for British private boarding schools and day schools as there is a school entry test of their own);
  • Several private boarding schools and day schools in Great Britain may require a unified test called Ukiset that is to be taken before the application documents are submitted to the school for consideration by the selection committee;
  • School registration forms (which SMAPSE experts will help fill in);
  • Skype interview with the applicant.

General statistics on education in the UK - ratings, specialties, universities

Best schools in England and UK according to Smapse Education

1 Cardiff Sixth Form College
2 Sevenoaks School
3 Queen Ethelburga's College
4 Brighton College
5

The National Mathematics and Science College NMSC

6 Concord College
7 Westbourne School
8 Wellington College
9 Rossall School
10 d'Overbroeck's College
11 Dulwich College
12 Fettes College
13 Stonar School
14 Wycliffe College
15 Lucton School
16 King's School Canterbury
17 ACS School Cobham
18 Hurtwood House
19 Uppingham School
20 Scarborough College
21 King's College St Michael’s
22 Mill Hill School
23 Windermere School
24 Clifton College
25 Badminton School
26 Oakham School
27 Oundle School
28 Stowe School
29 Cheltenham College
30 Bromsgrove School
31 Sidcot School
32 Prior Park College
33 Millfield School
34 Oswestry School
35 Caterham School
36 City of London Freemen’s School
37 Buckswood School
38 Brooke House College
39 Taunton School
40                   St Clare's Oxford
41 Repton School
42 Royal Russell School
43 King's Ely
44 Leys Cambridge
45 Leighton Park
46 Bedford School
47 Fyling Hall
48 Royal Hospital School

Best boarding schools in England and UK 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 88.92 Westminster School Both Co-ed (Boys Only 7-16) 29,709 39,252
2 88.68 Cardiff Sixth Form College Both Co-ed 16,600 42,750
3 83.54 Oxford International College Both Co-ed 21,000 42,000
4 83.06 Brighton College Both Co-ed 24,420 44,460
5 81.43 Concord College Both Co-ed 14,280 39,900
6 71.25 Ruthin School Both Co-ed 14,000 34,500
7 64.12 City of London Freemen's School Both Co-ed 18,279 30,816
8 64.11 Oundle School Both Co-ed 23,505 36,690
9 61.74 Marlborough College Both Co-ed   37,815
10 60.87 Rugby School Both Co-ed 22,437 35,760
11 60.00 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580
12 59.06 Caterham School Both Co-ed 18,900 36,570
13 58.33 Hurtwood House Both Co-ed 28,950 43,428
14 58.22 Epsom College Both Co-ed 25,266 37,263
15 55.71 St Peter's School Both Co-ed 18,075 32,280
16 54.80 Uppingham School Both Co-ed 26,313 37,590
17 54.17 Bellerbys College Cambridge Both Co-ed 27,060 38,940
18 53.71 Abbey College Cambridge Both Co-ed 29,000  
19 53.40 Bishop's Stortford College Both Co-ed 19,839 31,923
20 53.37 d'Overbroeck's Oxford Both Co-ed 23,850 38,700
21 53.19 Canford School Both Co-ed 27,723 36,420
22 53.00 Christ's Hospital Both Co-ed 23,310 35,850
23 52.01 Ashford School Both Co-ed 16,800 37,500
24 51.14 Dean Close School Both Co-ed 24,600 37,413
25 51.00 Monkton Senior School Both Co-ed 20,910 33,345
26 49.50 Dauntsey's School Both Co-ed 18,990 36,300
27 48.51 Cheltenham College Both Co-ed 28,575 37,770
28 48.43 West Buckland School Both Co-ed 15,060 33,660
29 48.06 Wells Cathedral School Both Co-ed 18,801 31,464
30 47.66 King's Ely Both Co-ed 21,459 39,441

IB rankings of small schools in England 2019

AVG. Points Name DAY/BOARD BOY/GIRL DAY GBP BOARD GBP Cohort size
36.7 Westbourne School Both Co-ed 14,010 35,850 11
36.5 Sherborne Girls Both Girls 21,975 37,050 17
34.1 Gresham's School Both Co-ed 27,000 37,890 16
32.1 International Community School Day Co-ed 27,540   14
31.0 Ellesmere College Both Co-ed 18,990 34,533 12
28.0 Buckswood School Both Co-ed 13,950 29,700 18

Top boy's schools rankings 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 86.44 Winchester College Boarding Boys   38,100
2 84.73 St Paul's School Both Boys 25,032 37,611
3 80.12 Eton College Boarding Boys   40,668
4 68.48 Tonbridge School Both Boys 30,342 40,446
5 65.00 Harrow School Boarding Boys   40,050
6 62.62 Dulwich College Both Boys 20,448 42,681
7 62.21 Abingdon School Both Boys 19,950 39,750
8 60.68 Radley College Boarding Boys   38,325
9 55.08 Warwick School Both Boys 13,194 28,758
10 53.15 Whitgift School Both Boys 20,640 40,140
11 50.85 Merchiston Castle School Both Boys 24,210 32,910
12 47.89 Loughborough Grammar School Both Boys 12,549 28,752
13 43.46 Monmouth School Both Boys 15,816 32,061
14 43.40 Sherborne School Both Boys 30,375 37,500
15 41.00 Reed's School Both Boys(Co-ed 6th form) 24,675 31,800
16 38.46 The Oratory School Both Boys 24,966 34,299
17 36.69 Bedford School Both Boys 19,842 33,558

A-level rankings 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 88.92 Westminster School Both Co-ed (Boys Only 7-16) 29,709 39,252
2 88.68 Cardiff Sixth Form College Both Co-ed 16,600 42,750
3 84.73 St Paul's School Both Boys 25,032 37,611
4 84.30 Wycombe Abbey School Boarding Girls 29,205 38,940
5 83.54 Oxford International College Both Co-ed 21,000 42,000
6 83.06 Brighton College Both Co-ed 24,420 44,460
7 81.43 Concord College Both Co-ed 14,280 39,900
8 80.12 Eton College Boarding Boys   40,668
9 76.17 Highgate School Day Co-ed 20,970  
10 71.79 St Mary's School - Ascot Both Girls 27,630 38,790
11 71.25 Ruthin School Both Co-ed 14,000 34,500
12 70.39 University College School Day Boys (Co-ed 6th form) 20,328  
13 68.74 Hampton School Day Boys 20,055  
14 68.48 Tonbridge School Both Boys 30,342 40,446
15 66.78 Downe House School Both Girls 27,495 37,530
16 66.55 St Catherine's School - Guildford Both Girls 18,375 30,285
17 65.00 Harrow School Boarding Boys   40,050
18 64.11 Oundle School Both Co-ed 23,505 36,690
19 62.62 Dulwich College Both Boys 20,448 42,681
20 62.21 Abingdon School Both Boys 19,950 39,750
21 62.00 Benenden School Boarding Girls   37,950
22 61.74 Marlborough College Both Co-ed   37,815
23 61.15 Woldingham School Both Girls 23,190 38,040
24       60.87 Rugby School Both Co-ed 22,437 35,760
25 60.68 Radley College Boarding Boys   38,325
26 60.00 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580
27 59.68 Mayfield School Both Girls 21,000 33,900
28 59.06 Caterham School Both Co-ed 18,900 36,570
29 58.33 Hurtwood House Both Co-ed 28,950 43,428
30 58.22 Epsom College Both Co-ed 25,266 37,263

IB rankings of large schools in England 2018

AVG. Points Name DAY/BOARD BOY/GIRL DAY GBP BOARD GBP Cohort size
40.2 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580 96
39.4 Sevenoaks School Both Co-ed 27,585 42,084 224
38.6 Whitgift School Both Boys 20,640 40,140 40
38.0 Ardingly College Both Co-ed 23,985 37,800 45
37.5 Bromsgrove School Both Co-ed 17,085 38,220 45
37.4 Headington School Both Girls 19,905 40,185 36
37.0 Fettes College Both Co-ed 29,925 36,495 40
36.9 Marymount International School Both Girls 24,985 42,305 36
36.5 St Clare's Both Co-ed 19,878 41,375 102
36.2 Haileybury Both Co-ed 26,646 36,144 50
35.6 Stonyhurst College Both Co-ed 20,550 37,350  
35.4 Oakham School Both Co-ed 21,360 35,010 63
35.1 Brentwood School Both Co-ed 19,800 38,799 33
34.7 King Edward's Witley Both Co-ed 21,285 34,050 127
34.5 Worth School Both Co-ed 24,570 35,220 39
34.3 Bedford School Both Boys 19,842 33,558 28
34.1 Christ's Hospital Both Co-ed 23,310 35,850 28
33.9 Windermere School Both Co-ed 18,300 32,280 34
33.8 Felsted School Both Co-ed 24,495 37,485 29
33.6 Charterhouse School Both Co-ed 33,630 40,695 58
33.0 St Leonards School Both Co-ed 15,474 37,452 61
32.7 King William's College Both Co-ed 23,250 34,250 55
32.3 Taunton School Both Co-ed 20,070 37,380 24
32.2 Bryanston School Both Co-ed   39,693 24
32.0 ACS Hillingdon International School Day Co-ed 25,890   22
31.9 ACS Cobham International School Both Co-ed 27,650 47,870 78
31.0 Box Hill School Both Co-ed 20,220 36,450 24
31.0 Rossall School Both Co-ed 13,740 35,085 20
31.0 Scarborough College Both Co-ed 15,282 30,165 20

Rankings of schools in England by GCSE 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 97.85 St Mary's School - Ascot Both Girls 27,630 38,790
2 97.33 Westminster School Both Co-ed (Boys Only 7-16) 29,709 39,252
3 96.14 St Paul's School Both Boys 25,032 37,611
4 95.75 Eton College Boarding Boys   40,668
5 95.20 Wycombe Abbey School Boarding Girls 29,205 38,940
6 93.56 Hampton School Day Boys 20,055  
7 92.45 Highgate School Day Co-ed 20,970  
8 92.00 Sevenoaks School Both Co-ed 27,585 42,084
9 91.11 Winchester College Boarding Boys   38,100
10 90.44 Brighton College Both Co-ed 24,420 44,460
11 88.01 University College School Day Boys (Co-ed 6th form) 20,328  
12 87.43 Concord College Both Co-ed 14,280 39,900
13 87.29 Badminton School Both Girls 16,425 37,575
14 87.25 Tonbridge School Both Boys 30,342 40,446
15 87.00 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580
16 84.88 St Catherine's School - Guildford Both Girls 18,375 30,285
17 84.55 Downe House School Both Girls 27,495 37,530
18 84.44 Dulwich College Both Boys 20,448 42,681
19 84.00 Harrow School Boarding Boys   40,050
20 83.79 Headington School Both Girls 19,905 40,185
21 83.70 Abingdon School Both Boys 19,950 39,750
22 83.12 City of London Freemen's School Both Co-ed 18,279 30,816
23 82.17 Oundle School Both Co-ed 23,505 36,690
24 81.75 Rugby School Both Co-ed 22,437 35,760
25      80.42 Caterham School Both Co-ed 18,900 36,570
26 80.26 Benenden School Boarding Girls   37,950
27 78.31 Warwick School Both Boys 13,194 28,758
28 77.07 Epsom College Both Co-ed 25,266 37,263
29 77.04 Radley College Boarding Boys   38,325
30 75.72 Ardingly College Both Co-ed 23,985 37,800

Best boarding schools in England by GCSE 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 97.33 Westminster School Both Co-ed (Boys Only 7-16) 29,709 39,252
2 6.14 St Paul's School Both Boys 25,032 37,611
3 95.75 Eton College Boarding Boys   40,668
4 95.20 Wycombe Abbey School Boarding Girls 29,205 38,940
5 92.00 Sevenoaks School Both Co-ed 27,585 42,084
6 91.11 Winchester College Boarding Boys   38,100
7 90.44 Brighton College Both Co-ed 24,420 44,460
8 87.43 Concord College Both Co-ed 14,280 39,900
9 87.29 Badminton School Both Girls 16,425 37,575
10 87.25 Tonbridge School Both Boys 30,342 40,446
11 87.00 Wellington College Both Co-ed 30,375 41,580
12 84.88 St Catherine's School - Guildford Both Girls 18,375 30,285
13 84.55 Downe House School Both Girls 27,495 37,530
14 84.44 Dulwich College Both Boys 20,448 42,681
15 84.00 Harrow School Boarding Boys   40,050
16 83.79 Headington School Both Girls 19,905 40,185
17 83.70 Abingdon School Both Boys 19,950 39,750
18 83.12 City of London Freemen's School Both Co-ed 18,279 30,816
19 82.17 Oundle School Both Co-ed 23,505 36,690
20 81.75 Rugby School Both Co-ed 22,437 35,760
21 80.42 Caterham School Both Co-ed 18,900 36,570
22 80.26 Benenden School Boarding Girls   37,950
23     78.31 Warwick School Both Boys 13,194 28,758
24 77.07 Epsom College Both Co-ed 25,266 37,263
25 77.04 Radley College Boarding Boys   38,325
26 75.72 Ardingly College Both Co-ed 23,985 37,800
27 75.00 Charterhouse School Both Co-ed 33,630 40,695
28 74.74 Burgess Hill Girls Both Girls (Co-ed 2 - 4) 18,900 32,400
29 74.26 Whitgift School Both Boys 20,640 40,140
30 72.62 Marlborough College Both Co-ed   37,815

Top girl's schools rankings 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 84.30 Wycombe Abbey School Boarding Girls 29,205 38,940
2 71.79 St Mary's School - Ascot Both Girls 27,630 38,790
3 66.78 Downe House School Both Girls 27,495 37,530
4 66.55 St Catherine's School - Guildford Both Girls 18,375 30,285
5 62.00 Benenden School Boarding Girls   37,950
6 61.15 Woldingham School Both Girls 23,190 38,040
7 59.68 Mayfield School Both Girls 21,000 33,900
8 57.69 Malvern St James Girls' School Both Girls 19,380 40,755
9 56.39 Badminton School Both Girls 16,425 37,575
10 55.38 Burgess Hill Girls Both Girls (Co-ed 2 - 4) 18,900 32,400
11 54.65 Headington School Both Girls 19,905 40,185
12 54.44 Roedean School Both Girls 21,495 38,565
13 53.38 The Godolphin School Both Girls 21,090 36,225
14 51.03 Moreton Hall School Both Girls 28,725 34,875
15 50.00 Talbot Heath School Both Girls 14,403 25,515
16      48.02 Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls Both Girls 15,816 32,061
17 46.62 Royal High School Both Girls 14,595 32,286
18 42.42 Farlington School Both Girls 17,670 29,850
19 39.90 Queen Anne's School Both Girls 24,135 35,580
20 36.09 Sherborne Girls Both Girls 21,975 37,050
21 35.83 Queenswood School Both Girls 26,325 35,350
22 35.71 Harrogate Ladies College Both Girls 16,035 36,510
23 34.44 Heathfield School - Ascot Both Girls 22,800 36,630

Rankings of British colleges 2018

A/A* % Name Day/Board Boy/Girl Day GBP Board GBP
1 88.68 Cardiff Sixth Form College Both Co-ed 16,600 42,750
2 83.54 Oxford International College Both Co-ed 21,000 42,000
3 81.43 Concord College Both Co-ed 14,280 39,900
4 58.33 Hurtwood House Both Co-ed 28,950 43,428
5 54.17 Bellerbys College Cambridge Both Co-ed 27,060 38,940
6 53.71 Abbey College Cambridge Both Co-ed 29,000  
7 53.37 d'Overbroeck's Oxford Both Co-ed 23,850 38,700
8 47.21 Cambridge Tutors College Both Co-ed 15,900 39,990
9 44.09 CATS College Canterbury Both Co-ed 26,490 41,775
10 42.55 Bosworth Independent College Both Co-ed 12,600 30,300
11 39.29 CATS College Cambridge Both Co-ed 24,990 44,775
12 32.94 Mander Portman Woodward - Cambridge Day Co-ed 28,305  
13 31.01 Bellerbys College Brighton Both Co-ed 27,060 43,704
14    30.53 Abbey College Manchester Both Co-ed 12,750  
15 30.50 Chelsea Independent College Both Co-ed 24,000 48,000
16 29.75 Cambridge Centre For Sixth Form Studies Both Co-ed 21,000 48,000
17 28.65 Rochester Independent College Both Co-ed 18,000 36,900
18 24.86 CATS College London Both Co-ed 24,990 49,980
19 24.83 DLD College London Both Co-ed 23,000 50,500
20 20.93 Ealing Independent College Day Co-ed 16,050  
21 16.39 Padworth College Both Co-ed    

Best colleges in London 2019 rankings

1 Chelsea Independent College
2 Abbey DLD College London
3 MPW College London
4 Kensington Park School
5 CATS College London
6 Bellerbys College London
7 David Game College London
8 Cambridge Tutors College
9 Ealing Independent College
10 King’s College London

Top 21 boarding colleges in England 2019 by Smapse Education

1 Cardiff Sixth Form College
2

National Mathematics and Science College

3 Abbey College Cambridge
4 d'Overbroeck's College
5 MPW London
6 CATS Cambridge
7 Kensington Park
8 DLD London
9 King's College St Michael’s
10 Bellerbys Cambridge
11 Chelsea Independent College
12 MPW Cambridge
13 Bellerbys Brighton
14 CATS London
15 St Clare's Oxford
16 Bishopstrow College
17 CATS Canterbury
18 Bellerbys London
19 Ealing Independent College
20 Cambridge Tutors College
21 Abbey Manchester

 

Secondary education in the UK

World Ranking 1
Foreign students 20%
Minimum age 4 years+ (age 11-14)
Tuition language English
Minimum English level beginner&higher (depends on the school)
Tuition cost £17,000-50,000
Cost of living (year) £10,000-25,000
Mandatory subjects English, Mathematics, Science

Advantages and disadvantages of English schools

Advantages Disadvantages
The opportunity to enter the best universities in England, USA, Canada, Switzerland, Europe, the world Expensive
High quality of education and academic standards Strong workload
Perfect English after graduation The need to change the social environment; it takes time to adapt
Useful contacts The difficulty of choosing the most suitable school for the child, requires a qualified specialist

2020 rankings: top 33 schools and colleges in London and suburb

1 Abbey DLD College London
2 Sevenoaks School
3 Chelsea Independent College
4 ACS Cobham International School
5 MPW College London
6 Westminster School
7 Mill Hill School
8 St Pauls School London
9 Kensington Park School
10 Harrow School
11 CATS College London
12 David Game College London
13 Hurtwood House School
14 Brentwood Private School
15 Bellerbys College London
16 Caterham School
17 International Community School
18

TASIS the American International School in England

19 City of London Freemen’s School
20 Dulwich College
21 Ashbourne College
22 Epsom College
23 Royal Russell School
24 Rochester Independent College
25 Worth School
26 Felsted School
27 Queenswood private boarding school
28 LVS Ascot School
29 Eaton Square Private School London
30 Cambridge Tutors College
31 Marymount International School London
32 St Christopher School Letchworth
33 King Edward's Witley Private School

 

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4 Red Bank Catholic High School
5 Windermere Preparatory School
6 Shattuck St Mary's School
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11 The Village School
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14 Kent School USA
15 The Winchendon School
16 Darlington School
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18 Grier School
19 The MacDuffie School
20 CATS Academy Boston
21 The Cambridge School of Weston
22 Milton Academy
23 Amerigo Education Napa Valley
24 American Hebrew Academy
25 Northfield Mount Hermon School
26

Mater Dei Catholic High School San Diego Amerigo Education

27

American University Preparatory School Los Angeles

28 Webb Schools
29 Kent School USA
30 Groton School
31 Maine Central Institute
32 The Lawrenceville School
33 Grand River Academy Оhio
34 Saint John Paul II Academy
35 Chicago North Shore

 

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