Berkhamsted School is a family of six independent schools offering day and boarding places for boys and girls aged 5 months to 18 located in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire.
Boys and girls are taught together until the age of 11 at the Pre-Prep and Prep, separately at 11 to 16 (at Berkhamsted Boys and Berkhamsted Girls) and then together for a joint Sixth Form. The other school in the group, Heatherton, is a prep school for girls aged 4 to 11.
The school was founded in 1541 by the then Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, John Incent. Berkhamsted aims to foster a spirit of adventure in pupils, offering a high quality education and care for boys and girls.
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