If you talk to pupils and teachers at Charterhouse, Hodgsonites is known to be a friendly and welcoming House. Its international spirit draws in a wide variety of cultures from all over the globe, making the House a place where we can expand our academic and cultural horizons. People come out of Hodgsonites with life-long friends from all over the world, something which is really quite special.
Year 13 pupil
Hodgsonites was founded by JT Hodgson in 1872 with just four boys in a property on the south side of Godalming High Street.
In 1873 the increased House population of ten boys were relieved to move to “The Hermitage” on Frith Hill Road, much closer to School. The move to the present building, designed by the son of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, architect of the Memorial Chapel, took place in 1974. In 1977 the Old Hodgsonites Mantlepiece from the Old Charterhouse was reconstructed within the boundary wall of the House.
Hodgsonites has a great location: situated close to the Central Dining Room, the Queen's Sports Centre, golf course and playing fields.