List of Independent Schools in The United Kingdom - England

England

  • Abbots Bromley School for Girls
  • Abbotsholme School
  • Abingdon School
  • Ackworth School
  • Adcote School
  • Alleyn's School, Dulwich
  • Alton Convent School, Alton, Hampshire
  • Amesbury School
  • Ampleforth College
  • Ardingly College
  • Arnold School, Blackpool
  • Ashville College
  • Ballard School
  • Austin Friars St Monica's School
  • Bancroft's School
  • Battle Abbey School
  • Barnard Castle School
  • Batley Grammar School
  • Bedales School
  • Bedford Girls' School
  • Bedford Modern School
  • Bedford School
  • Bedstone College
  • Berkhamsted Collegiate School
  • Birkdale School
  • Birkenhead High School
  • Birkenhead School
  • Bishop Stopford's School
  • Bishop's Stortford College
  • Blackheath High School
  • Bloxham School
  • Blundell's School
  • Bolton School
  • Bootham School
  • Bradfield College
  • Bradford Grammar School
  • Bradford Girls' Grammar School
  • Brantwood School for Girls
  • Brentwood School
  • Brighton College
  • Brighton and Hove High School
  • Bristol Grammar School
  • Bristol Cathedral School
  • Bromley High School
  • Bromsgrove School
  • Bruton School for Girls
  • Bryanston School
  • Buckswood School
  • Burlington House School
  • Burgess Hill School For Girls
  • Bury Grammar School
  • Cambridge Steiner School
  • Canford School
  • Canterbury Steiner School
  • Caterham School
  • Castle House school Newport, Shropshire
  • CATS Cambridge
  • CATS Canterbury
  • Central Newcastle High School
  • Channing School For Girls
  • Charterhouse School
  • Cheadle Hulme School
  • Cheltenham College
  • Cheltenham Ladies College
  • Chetham's School of Music, Manchester
  • Chetwynde School, Barrow-in-Furness
  • Chigwell School
  • Chorister School, Durham
  • Christ's Hospital
  • Churcher's College
  • City of London Freemen's School
  • City of London School
  • City of London School for Girls
  • Clifton College, Bristol
  • Clifton High School, Bristol
  • Cokethorpe School
  • Colchester Boy's High School
  • Colfe's School
  • Collingham College
  • Colston's Collegiate School, Bristol
  • Colston's Girls' School, Bristol
  • Cranleigh School
  • Croydon High School
  • Culford School
  • d'Overbroeck's College
  • Dame Allan's School, Newcastle
  • Dauntsey's School
  • Dean Close School, Cheltenham
  • Denmead School
  • Denstone College
  • Ditcham Park School
  • Douai School
  • Dover College
  • Downside School
  • Dragon School
  • Duke of York's Royal Military School
  • Dulwich College
  • Durham School
  • Eastbourne College
  • Ealing College Upper School
  • Edgehill College
  • Eltham College
  • Emanuel School
  • Emperia College
  • Epsom College
  • Eton College
  • Ewell Castle School
  • Felsted School
  • Forest School
  • Francis Holland School
  • Frensham Heights School
  • Friends School Saffron Walden
  • Gatehouse School
  • Giggleswick School
  • Godolphin and Latymer School
  • Great Ballard School, Chichester
  • Grenville College
  • Gresham's School
  • Grindon Hall Christian School
  • Grosvenor School Nottingham
  • Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School
  • Haileybury College
  • Hall School Wimbledon
  • Hampshire Collegiate School
  • Hampton School
  • Hampton Court House
  • Harrow School
  • Harrogate Tutorial College
  • Heathfield St Mary's School, Ascot
  • Heathfield School, Pinner
  • Heathfield School, Wolverley
  • Hereford Cathedral School
  • Highclare School
  • Highfield Priory School
  • Highgate School
  • Hilden Grange School
  • Hill House School
  • Hipperholme Grammar School
  • Hull Collegiate School
  • Hulme Grammar School, Oldham
  • Hurstpierpoint College
  • Hurtwood House
  • Hymers College, Hull
  • Ibstock Place School, Roehampton, London
  • Ipswich High School
  • Ipswich School
  • James Allen's Girls' School, Dulwich
  • John Lyon School, Harrow
  • Kelly College
  • Kew College
  • Kimbolton School
  • King Alfred School, London
  • King Edward VI School, Southampton
  • King Edward VII and Queen Mary School, Lytham St. Annes
  • King Edward's School, Bath
  • King's College School
  • King's College, Taunton
  • King's School, Bruton
  • King's School, Chester
  • Kingsley School, Leamington Spa
  • Kingsmead School, Hoylake, Wirral
  • Kingston Grammar School
  • Kingswood School
  • Kirkham Grammar School
  • Knighton House
  • La Sagesse School
  • Lady Eleanor Holles School
  • Lancing College
  • Langley School, Loddon
  • Latymer Upper School
  • Leeds Grammar School
  • Leicester Grammar School
  • Leicester High School for Girls
  • Leighton Park School
  • Leweston School
  • Lord Wandsworth College
  • Loughborough Grammar School
  • Luckley-Oakfield School
  • Magdalen College School, Oxford
  • Magdalen Court School, Exeter
  • Malvern College
  • Malvern Girls' College
  • Manchester Grammar School
  • Manchester High School for Girls
  • Mander Portman Woodward
  • Marlborough College
  • Merchant Taylors' School, Northwood
  • Merchant Taylors' Girls' School
  • Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby
  • Mill Hill School
  • Millfield
  • Mount House prep school, Tavistock
  • Mount St Mary's College
  • Newcastle Under Lyme School
  • Newton Bank Preparatory School
  • Newland House School
  • Normanhurst School
  • North Cestrian Grammar School, Altrincham, Greater Manchester
  • North London Collegiate School
  • Northampton High School
  • Northamptonshire Grammar School
  • Norwich High School for Girls
  • Norwich School
  • Nottingham High School
  • Nottingham High School for Girls
  • Notting Hill & Ealing High School
  • Oakham School
  • Old Palace School (of John Whitgift)
  • Oundle School
  • Our Lady's Abingdon (Oxfordshire)
  • Oxford High School
  • Padworth College
  • Pangbourne College
  • Pilgrims Pre-Preparatory School, Bedford
  • Plymouth College
  • Pocklington School
  • Polam Oaks School, Bedford
  • Portsmouth Grammar School
  • Portsmouth High School
  • Princethorpe College
  • Putney High School
  • Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield
  • Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Blackburn
  • Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, Bristol
  • Queen Ethelburga's College, Thorpe Underwood
  • Queen Margaret's School, York
  • Queen's College, Taunton
  • Queen's Gate School, London
  • Rabia School
  • Radley College
  • Ratcliffe College
  • The Red Maids' School, Bristol
  • Red House School
  • Redland High School
  • Reed's School
  • Reigate Grammar School
  • Repton School
  • Rochester Independent College
  • Roedean School
  • Rossall School, Fleetwood
  • Royal Ballet School
  • Royal Grammar School, Guildford
  • Royal Grammar School, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Royal Grammar School, Worcester
  • Royal High School, Bath
  • Royal Russell School
  • Rugby School
  • Rushmoor School, Bedford
  • Ryde School With Upper Chine
  • Sandroyd School
  • Scarisbrick Hall School
  • St. Albans School
  • St Andrew's School (Bedford)
  • St Andrew's School (Wantage)
  • St Annes College Grammar School, Lytham St. Annes
  • St Bede's Prep School, Eastbourne
  • St. Bees School, Cumbria
  • St Benedict's School, London
  • St Catherine's School, Twickenham
  • St Columba's College, St Albans
  • St David's College, West Wickham
  • St Dunstan's College
  • St Edmund's School
  • St Edmund's College
  • St Edward's School, Oxford
  • St George's College, Weybridge
  • St George's School, Ascot
  • St Hugh's School, Faringdon, Oxfordshire
  • St John's School, Leatherhead
  • St Joseph's College, Ipswich
  • St Margaret's School Hampstead
  • St Mary's Ascot
  • St Mary's College, Southampton
  • St Paul's Girls School
  • St Paul's
  • St Peter's School, York
  • St Peter's School, Kettering
  • St Swithun's School, Winchester
  • Salesian College
  • Sedbergh School
  • Sevenoaks School
  • Shebbear College
  • Sherborne Preparatory School
  • Sherborne School
  • Sherborne School For Girls
  • Sheffield High School
  • Shrewsbury High School
  • Shrewsbury School
  • Solihull School
  • South Hampstead High School
  • Spratton Hall School
  • Stafford House College
  • Stamford School
  • Stanbridge Earls
  • Stanborough School, Watford
  • Stella Maris School
  • Stockport Grammar School
  • Stonyhurst College
  • Stowe School
  • Streatham Hill & Clapham High School
  • Summerhill School
  • Sunderland High School
  • Sutton High School
  • Sydenham High School
  • Tawhid Boys School
  • Tayyibah Girls' School
  • Taunton School, Taunton
  • The Abbey College, Malvern, Worcestershire
  • The Abbey School
  • The Arts Educational School, Tring Park
  • The Arts Educational Schools, Chiswick
  • The Belvedere School, Liverpool
  • The Cedars School, Rochester
  • The Falcons School for Girls, Ealing
  • The Falcons School for Boys, Chiswick
  • The Hall School, Hampstead
  • The King's School, Canterbury
  • The King's School, Chester
  • The King's School, Ely
  • The King's School, Gloucester
  • The King's School, Macclesfield
  • The King's School, Rochester
  • The King's School, Tynemouth
  • The King's School, Worcester
  • The Leys School, Cambridge
  • The Maynard School, Exeter
  • The Mount School, York
  • The Oratory School
  • The Perse School
  • The Perse School for Girls
  • The Royal School, Haslemere
  • The Queen's School, Chester
  • Tockington Manor School
  • Tonbridge School
  • Trent College
  • Trinity School (of John Whitgift)
  • Trinity School, Teignmouth, Devon
  • Truro School
  • Tudor Hall School
  • University College School
  • Uplands School
  • Uppingham School
  • Victoria College Jersey
  • Warminster School
  • Warwick School
  • Wellingborough School
  • Wellington College
  • Wellington School, Somerset
  • Wells Cathedral School
  • West Buckland School
  • Westbourne School
  • Westholme school
  • Westminster Abbey Choir School
  • Westminster School
  • Whitgift School
  • Wimbledon High School
  • Winchester College
  • Withington Girls' School
  • Woldingham School
  • Wolverhampton Grammar School
  • Woodbridge School
  • Woodcote House School, Windlesham
  • Woodhouse Grove School, Leeds/Bradford
  • Woodleigh School
  • Worksop College
  • Worth School
  • Wrekin College
  • Wycombe Abbey School, High Wycombe
  • Wycliffe College, Gloucestershire
  • Yarm School
  • Yehudi Menuhin School of Music, Cobham
  • York House School

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