Sherborne Girls

Sherborne Girls

Day Full Boarding Dorset

Sherborne Girls is an independent full-boarding school for girls aged 11 to 18. Founded in 1899, it has been at the forefront of girls’ education in Britain for over 100 years. The school provides a rich environment for the development of well-educated, confident and caring young women who are committed to making significant and positive contributions to the world.

All girls follow a broad, balanced but challenging curriculum for A Level and GCSEs and the school maintains an excellent examination record with girls progressing to a raft of prestigious universities. Our extensive co-curricular offering means that girls learn to balance academic studies with the opportunities which come from participating in everything from music, sport, drama and the numerous community-based initiatives we are involved with.

The latest and most ambitious development project has just finished and we are delighted with our new £11M arts centre which sits at the heart of the campus. To find out more about joining us visit us at  www.sherborne.com 

Year Founded 1899
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Sherborne Girls has a total of 460 pupils, with 170 pupils in the Sixth Form.

Day pupil fees are from £6315 to £7770, per term.

Boarding pupil fees are from £8630, per term.

40 Day Girls
(11- 18)
 
420 Boarding Girls
(11- 18)

About Sherborne Girls

Sherborne Girls is located in the beautiful county of Dorset, with excellent links to London and beyond. Established in 1899, it embraces a culture of full-boarding, offering individualised care of pupils. As well as achieving outstanding success in examinations, our girls excel in a wide range of activities outside the classroom, including sport, music, drama and art. The unique affiliation with Sherborne (Boys) School offers pupils opportunities for co-educational activities, while maintaining all the benefits of a single-sex education.

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