Ashville College is a co-educationalindependent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18
Type of school:Co-Ed Senior school with a junior department or a prep school
Nearest international airport:Leeds Bradford (18km)
Number of pupils:750
Number of boarders:120
Fees per term: Boarding:£5,370–£8,020 (UK); £5,370–£8,420 (International)
Day:Senior £4,190–£4,220; Junior £2,970–£3,590; Pre-Prep £2,475
Ashville College Harrogate, is a co-educationalindependent school for both day and boarding pupils aged 4–18 in England. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference.
It was founded in 1877 as a boarding school for boys by the United Methodist Free Church. It is now open to non-Methodists and to those of non-Christian religions. The college accepted girls in 1983 and is fully co-educational.
Boarding school life
Located on the edge of the beautiful spa town, Harrogate, Ashville offers students the best of both worlds. There is a spacious campus with excellent facilities, however the close proximity to Harrogate enables students the opportunity to experience the cultural aspects of a thriving town with weekend visits to Harrogate. The boarding houses have no more than 32 pupils in each house, enabling a secure, family like atmosphere. Each house has their own kitchen, lounge, games room and working area. There are no more than six students in any dormitory, and sixth-formers have study-bedrooms.
The ISC Inspection in 2010 reported boarding as ‘outstanding’.