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  • 2005 Top British College Preparatory Boarding School Ranking*

     

    Rank

    Preparatory

    Boarding Schools

    Location

    A Levels

    A or B Grade

    2004

    A Levels

    A Grade

    2004

    Oxbridge Rank

    Board Age

    2004 Tuition Boarding

    UK "Pound"

    2004 Tuition Boarding

    US "Dollar"

    School Type

    1

    Westminster School

    London

    97%

    83%

    PR

    12 - 19 Yrs

    UK 20,658

    US$39,790

    Coed Boarding

    2

    St. Paul's School

    London

    97%

    80%

    PR

    7 - 18

    UK 20,085

    US$38,705

    Boys' School Boarding

    3

    Wycombe Abbey School

    High Wycombe

    97%

    78%

    PR

    11 - 18

    UK 20,100

    US$38,730

    Girls' School Boarding

    4

    Eton College

    Windsor

    96%

    79%

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 22,480

    US$43,320

    Boys' School Boarding

    5

    Winchester College

    Winchester

    95%

    -

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 21,950

    US$42,300

    Boys' School Boarding

    6

    Cheltenham Ladies

    Cheltenham

    91%

    54%

    PR

    11 - 18

    UK 23,370

    US$44,970

    Girls' School Boarding

     

    Sevenoaks School

    Sevenoaks

    91%

    54%

    PR

    11 - 19

    UK 21,900

    US$42,200

    Coed Boarding

    8

    Badminton School

    Bristol

    89%

    67%

    PR

    4 - 18

    UK 20,730

    US$39,950

    Girls' School Boarding

    9

    Benenden School

    Cranbrook

    89%

    61%

    PR

    11 - 18

    UK 22,350

    US$43,070

    Girls' School Boarding

    10

    Charterhouse School

    Godalming

    88%

    68%

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 22,180

    US$42,740

    Coed Boarding

     

    St. George's School

    Ascot

    88%

    -

    PR

    11 - 19

    UK 20,250

    US$39,020

    Girls' School Boarding

    12

    Queenswood School

    Hatfield

    87%

    -

    PR

    10 - 19

    UK 20,460

    US$39,430

    Girls' School Boarding

    13

    Radley College

    Abingdon

    86%

    -

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 19,050

    US$36,710

    Boys' School Boarding

     

    Tonbridge School

    Tonbridge

    86%

    -

    PR

    12 - 19

    UK 22,120

    US$42,630

    Boys' School Boarding

     

    Rugby School

    Rugby

    86%

    -

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 20,610

    US$39,720

    Boys' School Boarding

    16

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital

    Bristol

    85%

    56%

    PR

    10 - 18

    UK 12,627

    US$24,332

    Boys' School Boarding

     

    Harrow School

    Harrow

    85%

    -

    PR

    13 - 18

    UK 22,350

    US$43,070

    Boys' School Boarding

    18

    Headington School

    Oxford

    84%

    59%

    PR

    3 - 19

    UK 17,505

    US$33,732

    Girls' School Boarding

    19

    Bromsgrove School

    Worchestershire

    84%

    56%

    PR

    9 - 18

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Coed Boarding

    20

    Roedean School

    Brighton

    83%

    65%

    PR

    11 - 19

    UK 22,200

    US$42,730

    Girls' School Boarding

    21

    Dulwich College

    London

    83%

    59%

    PR

    7 - 18

    UK 21,630

    US$41,680

    Boys' School Boarding

    22

    Abingdon School

    Abingdon

    83%

    53%

    PR

    11 - 19

    UK 18,360

    US$35,380

    Boys' School Boarding

    23

    Concord College

    Shrewsbury

    82%

    65%

    PR

    12 - 19

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Coed School Boarding

    24

    Lancing College

    West Sussex

    82%

    56%

    PR

    13 - 19

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Coed School Boarding

    25

    Marlborough College

    Marlborough

    81%

    52%

    PR

    13 - 19

    UK 21,900

    US$42,200

    Coed School Boarding

    26

    Oundle School

    Peterborough

    81%

    50%

    PR

    11 - 19

    UK 18,423

    US$35,500

    Boys' School Boarding

     

    Brighton College

    Brighton

    81%

    -

    PR

    12 - 19

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Coed School Boarding

     

    Malvern Girl's College

    Malvern

    81%

    -

    PR

    10 - 18

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Girls' School Boarding

    29

    Woldingham School

    Caterham

    80%

    -

    PR

    10 - 18

    UK 20,130

    US$38,790

    Girls' School Boarding

    30

    Bedford School

    Bedford

    79%

    -

    PR

    7 - 18

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Boys' School Boarding

     

    Sherborne Girl's School

    Sherborne

    79%

    -

    PR

    11 - 18

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Girls' School Boarding

     

    Bootham School

    York

    79%

    -

    PR

    10 - 19

    Contact School

    Contact School

    Coed School Boarding

     

    Ranking Methodology

    *Ranking of college preparatory boarding schools in England is based on the score of the A Level test takers who were awarded an "A" or "B" grade. In instance of a tie, the school with a high percentage of test takers who earned an "A" are ranked higher.

    About A - Level Tests:

    A-Levels are graded from A to E, along with a fail grade, U (unclassified). Originally, they only distinguished between a pass and a fail, though a fail was divided into two, one meaning that the student failed at A-level but passed at the O-level equivalent of that subject, and the other meaning that the student had not passed at either A-level or O-level. In 1953, another grade was introduced, the distinction, for high passes. Due to complaints from universities regarding the problem with distinguishing between pass grades, in 1963, a grading scale close to the current one was created, but retaining an O-level pass between the grades E and F (Fail). When GCSEs were introduced, the O-level pass was dropped, replaced by a grade N, standing for 'Near miss'. The grade F was also replaced by a grade U. The grade N was dropped when the AS and A2 system was adopted.

    Because British students often apply to universities before they have taken their A-levels, the universities consider predicted A-level results when considering whether or not to offer places to applicants. The predictions are made by students' teachers and are notoriously unreliable. An offer of a place will usually require students to achieve a minimum set of grades (e.g. obtain three grades in their upcoming exams: B, B and C or UCAS points) in the A-levels before they are officially admitted. A-level results are published in mid-August, allowing students and universities to organise university places to commence study in September or October of the same calendar year....

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_levels

    *British Pound to US Dollar conversion rate 12/11/2004