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Announcements

Charterhouse Malaysia Opens

Our International Sixth Form College in Kuala Lumpur welcomes its first pupils to study A Levels. 

Information for Visitors

In light of the continuing Coronavirus (COVID-19) global situation, please read the latest information.

The Good Schools Guide

“The school is dynamic and crackling with expertise, energy, optimism and unashamed ambition. The future looks very bright indeed.“ - Good Schools Guide

Edgeborough School

Edgeborough joins the Charterhouse family of schools as the two charities merge to create an exceptional independent, coeducational prep and senior school offer.

Tatler Schools Guide

"A perfect blend of the best of tradition with a refreshingly modern outlook." - Tatler 

Exceptional Academic Achievements

"Pupils' academic and other achievements are high and often exceptional." - ISI Educational Quality Inspection Report

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Latest News

Recent School Highlights

Charterhouse Cap

Our shiny new Charterhouse uniforms are lacking just one thing – hats! Victorian Carthusians wore bowler hats for going into Godalming or travelling home, but for walking around School they had caps with piping in their House or team colours.

Pupil Excels in Mathematics Competition

Year 11 pupil, Edward Wilmouth, entered Wycombe Abbey School’s’ Summer Mathematics Competition and was one of the five entrants, out of 350, who answered all of the 20 questions correctly.

A Round-up of Music

Assistant Director of Music, Jamal Sutton, welcomes the School back and tells us the latest news. Key points include new ensembles on offer, individual pupil achievements, and the latest on upcoming concerts.

A Round-up of Sport

Week one's highlights include the first ever Girls hockey matches in the Under School at Charterhouse, 20 teams representing the School in football and Charterhouse golfers playing at the West Sussex Invitational.

'As Still as Moss' Exhibition

Our Deputy Director of Art, Miss Pinkney, was inspired by a desire to paint large physical works and to return to the sensation of making a direct mark on a large surface. In part it can be seen as a reaction to the digital focus of recent times and the fundamental need to translate and analyse her surroundings through a direct medium that requires the absorption of my physical self.

Theatre News

Catch up with the latest news from the Ben Travers Theatre and read about the new Dance opportunities available and the auditions for upcoming productions, including A Christmas Carol and Fame.

Oxford Essay Competition Finalists

Congratulations is in order for one of our Year 12 pupils, Justin Wang, and two Year 13 pupils, David Yang and Laura Galbraith, who have been shortlisted for the John Locke Institute Essay Competition.