Address: Stonyhurst, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 9PZ
Number of Pupils: 760 (480 at Stonyhurst College and 280 in the Prep School Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall)
Fees: £9,075 – £37,350
Head Teacher: Mr John Browne (Stonyhurst College), Mr Ian Murphy (Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall)
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition
Entrance Procedure: Assessment test; personal statement; school reports; school reference and where appropriate an interview with the Headmaster
Contact: Helen Eastham (Senior Registrar) [email protected]; For UK enquiries for pupils aged 13 – 17 contact: Lynette Carr (Registrar) at [email protected]; For International enquiries for pupils aged 13 – 17 contact: Louise Hyde (International Registrar) [email protected]; For pupils aged 3 – 13 contact: Sarah Morrison) (SMH Registrar) [email protected]
School Visits: Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall – Saturday 7th March 2020; Stonyhurst College – Saturday 14th March 2020; Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall – Friday 8th May 2020.
Our Prep School follows the international primary curriculum up to the age of 11. At the College we offer GCSE through to A-levels, as well as the Pre IB and IB Diploma. We have an extensive co-curricular programme of over 100 activities for pupils to choose from.
Games & The Arts
Our pupils achieve on the sports field, as well as in music, drama and dance. We have a national reputation for rugby and, as a fully co-educational school, a very strong reputation for hockey and netball. Our pupils have success in outdoor pursuits such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, fell running and shooting. The Stonyhurst Combined Cadet Force is one of the oldest and most distinguished in the country. Our sports centre includes a golf course, world class, LTA-registered tennis dome, Olympic size all weather pitch, 37 fitness station multi gym and swimming pool. Opportunities in music, art, drama, dance, stage management, photography are also on offer.
Pupils at Stonyhurst are given the individual attention, resources and space in which to grow intellectually, spiritually and emotionally. They are encouraged to involve themselves fully in the opportunities on offer and to develop those qualities of character that will distinguish them in later life as ‘men and women for others’. A Jesuit education at Stonyhurst nurtures individuality and encourages generosity.
Approximately half of students secure a place in a Russell Group University. Two of our current pupils have recently had offers to Oxford Univeristy and two pupils have had offers to Cambridge University for 2020.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
‘Show me a boy at the age of seven, and I will show you the man’. The Jesuit approach to education inspires, nurtures and develops the child’s spiritual and emotional character that is the backbone to adulthood. At Stonyhurst we work hard at knowing every pupil so that we can challenge them academically and in other areas of life. We aspire to educational excellence and human competence giving our pupils that extra edge to go further in life.
- Celebrating 20 years of co-education
- Co-curricular programme of over 100 activities to choose from
- The world’s oldest museum in the English speaking language with over 65,000 historical books and artefacts
- Academic excellence – top IB score of 41 in 2019
- Exceptional pastoral care
- Extensive facilities including a tennis dome, 25 metre swimming pool, golf course and our very own working observatory
- Producing world leaders for over 425 years
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