Set across two sites of extraordinary beauty, Claremont distinguishes itself in this area of East Sussex as a co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 1 to 18 years. The Senior School is now a well-established centre of learning with over 310 pupils today, a vibrant Sixth Form and two newly refurbished boarding houses.
Open Mornings are a great opportunity for parents to visit our school, meet and chat to our fantastic staff and students and see our facilities and extensive grounds and woodlands. Book your space at our open morning on the 12th October 9.30am – 1pm. If you are unable to make the date or simply can’t wait until then, please contact our admissions team of 01580 830396 who will be happy to arrange a private tour.
“Being able to prepare young people for Maths degrees at Harvard as effectively as for Fashion courses in London is something all our staff are deeply proud of.”
In an academic year that also saw 80% of Fine Art and Photography A level students awarded A*-B grades and the announcement that Dance will now also be offered at GCSE, these results further cement Claremont’s growing reputation as a centre of excellence for the creative arts.
The new £3.5m Octagon development with its airy, double vaulted Art department, state of the art science laboratories, new Music Department, Dance studio and base for the Mathematics team opened its doors to students for the first time in September 2019.
Our constantly evolving, co-curricular programmes are tailored to individual student’s interests and motivations and are designed to empower them to think creatively, make good decisions, work collaboratively, problem solve and to not be afraid to try something new.
Being a teenager in the 21st Century presents both extraordinary opportunities and hidden challenges. Never has there been a greater array of career paths, university courses and avenues to explore as the forces of technological change transform our world. Simultaneously these very same changes throw up unexpected consequences and pitfalls. Nothing is sacred as the political, economic and social certainties of previous generations have, one by one, been cast aside. This presents a good Senior School with significant challenges: how do you prepare young people for a world that never stands still and for jobs that do not exist yet?
Claremont School’s answer to that question is an unrelenting focus on attitude and activism as the central pillars of its holistic educational philosophy. By presenting students with challenge, opportunity and experimentation we seek to give them the confidence to fulfil their individual potential. We encourage each to embark on their own journey and provide the happy and safe environment they need to make their mistakes, learn from each other and make ever better decisions.
|Weekly Boarder (Year 7 and Year 8)||£7,900|
|Weekly Boarder (Year 9 to Year 13)||£9,550|
|Full Boarder (Year 7 and Year 8)||£9,100|
|Full Boarder (Year 9 to Year 13)||£10,750|