From the very beginning, Fletcherites felt like home. It's a diverse environment where everyone is included and accepted for who they are. One of the most beautiful things our house has to offer are all the life-long friendships with people from all over the globe.
Year 12 girl
Fletcherites occupies the oldest building on the School site, the eighteenth-century Northbrook House, which was purchased by Charterhouse in 1924. The House was originally the residence of the Headmaster, Frank Fletcher, and was later used as the School’s medical centre, 'Great Comp'.
Fletcherites was opened in 2010 as a Sixth Form House, and became a girls' House in 2019.
With the wonderful character and stunning views across the Northbrook playing fields to the Surrey Hills, from one side of the house, coupled with the modern and airy boarding facilities in the other wing, Fletcherites has the best of old and new. Conveniently positioned between the School’s Central Dining Room and the sports facilities, but only a short walk from the Ben Travers Theatre and the academic side of the site, it is well located for you to get the most out of all that Charterhouse has to offer.