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“The school is dynamic and crackling with expertise, energy, optimism and unashamed ambition. The future looks very bright indeed.“ - Good Schools Guide
Following revised Government COVID-19 guidance, the School is now welcoming visitors, with suitable precautions in place.
Our International Sixth Form College in Kuala Lumpur welcomes its first pupils to study A Levels.
Edgeborough joins the Charterhouse family of schools as the two charities merge to create an exceptional independent, coeducational prep and senior school offer.
"A perfect blend of the best of tradition with a refreshingly modern outlook." - Tatler
As part of the Year 9's digital learning programme, pupils have developed app ideas which culminated in a live final during Artifex week. Industry specialists visited the School to hear pupil ideas in a Dragons Den style afternoon. Pupils delivered an amazing variety of ideas.
June marks Pride Month across the world, and Charterhouse has been doing a number of things to recognise this important EDI celebration, including events to celebrate Diversity Week.
The Beerbohm Society is back in business!
See the latest cartoons created by Emily and the Society here.
We enjoyed a fantastic day of sailing in Cowes on Sunday. Staff and pupils would like to thank the Old Carthusian Yacht Club and the Royal Yacht Squadron for hosting a fantastic day of J70 yacht racing.
Object 79 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is The Gownboy Arch.
The Gownboy Arch has been included in the Charterhouse in a 100 Objects series because it is of such significance in the history of the School and our move from London to Godalming.
Object 78 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is this very special brick-layer's trowel. On 17 June 1922, the Memorial Chapel foundation stone was laid by the Archbishop of Canterbury, using this ceremonial silver trowel.
We're looking forward to the arrival of all our new pupils in September and are happy to share this Q&A with two new Scholars, Rory and Guy, who will be joining us from St Edmund's in Hindhead.
On 16 June, the Economics department held the inaugural Charterhouse 2.0 monetary policy competition. Teams of Year 12 pupils were set the task of producing a 10 minute presentation on how they would control inflation if they were the Bank of England. The competition was hugely popular, with 10 teams entering – accounting for more than half of all economists in the year group!