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The Mount, Mill Hill International

The Mount, Mill Hill International

Milespit Hill, London, NW7 2RX

+44 (0)20 3826 33


office@millhillinternational.org.uk

www.millhill.org.uk/international

The Mount, Mill Hill International
School type Co-educational Boarding & Day
Founded 2014
Head of School Ms Sarah Bellotti
Date Appointed 2014
Co-ed Age Range 13-17
Number of pupils 80
Day fees per annum £27,000
Weekly Boarding fees per annum £37,500
Boarding fees per annum £44,250
Average Class Size 10

The Mount, Mill Hill International is part of a Foundation dating back to 1807, which also includes our pre prep, Grimsdell, our prep, Belmont, our senior school, Mill Hill School and our most recent addition, Cobham Hall School, Kent. At Mill Hill International pupils from all over the world come together to gain internationally recognised qualifications, a transformational educational and cultural experience.

We have the best of both worlds; our campus is newly refurbished, with wonderful modern facilities, yet we are centred around an impressive historical building dating back to 1875 and surrounded by 150 acres of green space belonging to The Foundation. We also use Mill Hill School’s sports facilities, theatre, and Music school.

Pupils come to Mill Hill International from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, sharing our commitments to study, a strong sense of purpose, and high expectations, creating a dynamic learning environment where every pupil can achieve their very best.

Boarding at Mill Hill International is a great way to experience real British culture because our international pupils board alongside their UK peers at Mill Hill School. We an ideal bridge to an international pupil’s next school, whether Mill Hill School or another renowned British boarding school.

Our academic programmes last from one term to three years. Each course offers a wide range of academic subject choices, and an extensive co-curricular programme, including Sport, Music, Art Drama and numerous clubs. Class sizes are small and all our teachers are trained in teaching English as an additional language.

Our programmes are suitable for both second language speakers of English and first language speakers, with all pupils benefiting from small class sizes and the high level of individual care the school offers. Our Year 9 course is designed for pupils preparing to study GCSEs in the UK from Year 10. Pupils who arrive at the start of Year 10 follow a traditional two-year GCSE course with eight–twelve GCSE subjects. The one-year GCSE course is an intensive programme designed to prepare pupils for A Levels. Usually four or five GCSE subjects are studied with additional subjects offered according to ability and interest. The Fast Track Course suits pupils aged 14-16 whose level of English is not yet ready to follow the British curriculum. Typically, the pupils will have an elementary to low intermediate level of English (high A1 – low B1 on the CEFR scale (Common European Framework Reference) IELTS (International English Language Testing System) 3-4). We also run short courses, a minimum of one term, that give pupils an insight into UK schooling.

There are three points of entry into the school – the 13+ (Year 9) entry, the 14+ (Year 10 – Two-Year GCSE course) entry and the 15+ (Year 11 – One-Year GCSE course) entry. We also have the 14-16 entry point to our Fast Track Course.

For more information contact Fergus Lury, International Recruitment and Marketing Manager on: fpl@millhillinternational.org.uk.