West Sussex, United Kingdom
About Hurstpierpoint College
Hurstpierpoint College was founded in 1849 as the second of Nathaniel Woodard's schools. Its 140 acre campus lies in a splendid rural location close to the South Downs, but is well served by major roads, especially the M23, and is a short distance from Brighton. Easy access to London and to other cultural centres is an advantage.
The College comprises a Senior School, Preparatory School and Pre-Preparatory School. There are some 1200 pupils across the 3 schools. Following the introduction of girls into the Prep School in 1993 and into the Senior School in 1995, the entire College is now fully co-educational. Half of pupils are girls.