Brighton College

Brighton College

Brighton College UK

Founded in 1845, Brighton College is one of the leading co-educational schools in England today. Academic results consistently place Brighton among the top 10 schools for boys and girls in England; provision for art, music, dance and drama is exceptional, and the College’s sporting prowess is nationally renowned. Every year, more and more of Brighton’s pupils secure places at the world’s most esteemed universities, particularly Oxford and Cambridge. In 2018, 31 pupils won Oxbridge offers.

The College’s former pupils number amongst Britain’s foremost business, professional and political leaders. They have represented their country in numerous sports, performed on stage and screen and are busy shaping the future for generations to come. 

  • Brighton was named The Sunday Times Independent School of the Year 2011-12.
  • Richard Cairns was named Tatler Headmaster of the Year 2012-13.
  • Brighton College was named UK Independent School of the Year 2013-14 at the Independent School Awards.
  • Brighton College was named the 'Most Forward Thinking School in Britain' by The Week in 2017

Parents choose a Brighton College education for their son or daughter because of these important factors, and remark our how happy, warm and positive the atmosphere.

First and foremost, a Brighton College education offers a caring, supportive and tolerant environment in which children thrive and love to learn.