St Clare’s is a non-selective, coeducational independent, international day and boarding college.

St Clare’s is a non-selective, coeducational independent, international day and boarding college in North Oxford, England offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme, English language courses, Liberal arts courses, IB teacher training workshops and University Foundation Course.

  • Age range: 15 – 19
  • Day pupils: 4 boys and 9 girls
  • Annual day fees: £15,843 – £15,843
  • Weekly boarding pupils: 1 boy and 1 girl
  • Full boarding pupils: 112 boys and 133 girls
  • Annual full boarding fees: £32,476 – £32,476
  • This school offers flexi-boarding. 
  • TOTAL PUPILS: 117 boys and 143 girls, including 117 boys and 143 girls in the 6th form
  • Staff numbers: 30 full time and 20 part time
  • Method of entry: Interview, Report from previous school
  • Accreditations and affiliations: AGBIS, BSA, CIFE, CIS member, ECIS member, English UK, IB, IBO, IBSCA, ISA Independent, ISC, ISCO, NAFSA
  • Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
  • Teaching languages: English

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St Clare’s is unique. It offers students from all over the world the opportunity to pursue a first-class education in Oxford, one of the most vibrant and interesting cities in the UK. St Clare’s was founded in 1953 with a mission to promote international education and understanding.

St. Clare’s is known for the excellent quality of its education. In 2010 it was ranked as the No. 1 school in Oxfordshire and ranked No. 25 overall in the country.

St. Clare’s College occupies several Victorian buildings which are located in the most elegant part of Oxford.

Students have access to excellent facilities in a centrally located campus, experienced teachers, small class sizes and a high saff to student ratio which guarantees students with a highly personalised service. St. Clare’s offers excellent study facilities. Each classroom has data-projectors with internet access, wife access in the residences and common rooms, an extensive range of online learning resources through the college’s own intranet.

St. Clare’s also own a range residential houses in the heart of Oxford close to shops, cafe’s and restaurants for students to live and accommodation will be provided as part of the course.

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