Moreton Hall is one of the country’s leading girls’ boarding and day schools for eleven to eighteen year olds.  The preparatory department takes girls and boys aged three to eleven with co-ed boarding from age 8. The International Study Centre takes girls and boys aged from 13 to 17 and offers pre GCSE and pre A Level courses, which prepare students for entry to leading British boarding schools. Girls have the opportunity to move into the main school at Moreton Hall to take GCSEs/A Levels.

Moreton is one of the UK’s highest-achieving schools at GCSE and A Level.  It has also been ranked number one school in the UK by Durham University for value added on academic results for two years running.  Proven academic success with an accelerated Oxbridge programme and a unique cultural and academic enrichment programme for all, with a specific programme for medical, dentistry and veterinary university applicants.  Ninety-eight per cent of students enter the UK’s top universities.

The school offers a full programme of extra activities daily and every weekend.  Students are given many opportunities to go on trips outside school, including theatre, concert and university visits, adventure programmes and other towns and cities.  Moreton Enterprises is a unique set of businesses run in-house by the girls for the girls – many successful business women have started their careers at Moreton Enterprises..  In addition, Moreton offers a Biomedical/STEM course during the summer for A Level students,  planning a career in medicine or related disciplines, taking them beyond the A Level syllabus.

Tuition Fees : Average £20,000 per year
Type of school : Boarding School
Location : EnglandMidlands
Size : 500 students
Features
A-levels
Airport service
All weather pitch
Countryside
Dining hall
GCSEs
Gymansium
Indoor swimming pool
International Study Centre
Playing fields
Prep School (co-educational to 11)
Resident Houseparents
Safe, secure location in the countryside
Sixth form
Special diets
Sports hall
Summer courses
Swimming pool
Tennis courts