Being a founding member of an all-girls house has been such an honourable experience and I am excited that the school is now coeducational. Our Head of House has developed a comfortable and nurturing environment for all pupils who are lucky enough to board there.
Year 13 pupil
Founded in 2019, Sutton is named after Thomas Sutton, the founder of Charterhouse.
Located in one of the original buildings at the heart of the School, Sutton combines the splendour of the Victorian gothic with a newly-refurbished welcoming and contemporary interior. The ‘private side’ was originally designed by the first headmaster of Charterhouse in Godalming, William Haig Brown, when the School moved from London in 1872. The House forms part of Founder’s Court and is adjacent to the central café Oak, in Scholar’s Court, where the girls and boys in ‘Old School’ have their meals.