Cheltenham College has been educating young people since 1841. We are one of the foremost public co-educational boarding schools in the country, with an enviable reputation for academic achievement and breadth of extra-curricular opportunities.
Cheltenham Ladies’ College was founded in 1853, with the purpose of providing girls with a thorough academic education and, over 165 years later, we continue to be proud of our strong tradition of innovation, academic excellence and empowerment in the education of young women.
King’s is a leading independent Cathedral School for girls and boys aged 3-18. Established in 1541 by Henry VIII, and with a rich history that stretches back to 1022, King’s provides a contemporary education in an historic and inspirational setting. Providing an all through education for our pupils adds to the powerful feeling of community that is at the heart of our school.
A wealth of opportunity exists for your child at St Edward’s, Cheltenham. We teach that there is no ceiling to potential, focussing on the individual needs of each and every pupil, and valuing their unique gifts and talents. We have high expectations and this, along with excellent teaching and pastoral care in our nurturing and encouraging environment allows our pupils to flourish. Our School motto means to strive for the best and that is exactly what we want for all our students.