Cheltenham Ladies’ College

Intellectual curiosity and enthusiasm
The boarding environment here fosters the perfect conditions for girls to grow and learn in a community of peers, just as suffragette and pioneering Headmistress, Mrs Beale envisaged in 1858.  This enduringly popular school is about more than consistently high grades, the CLC culture encourages girls to believe that nothing is beyond their reach and their record for Oxbridge and Ivy League Universities bears this out. An extensive co-curricular programme includes a strong focus on sport, including rowing and equestrian activities The creative arts also feature strongly as befits a school whose alumni include Katherine Hamnnett and Amanda Wakeley.  The school equips the pupils with the skills they will need and helps shape “the person you will become”