The UK is home to some of the oldest and most prestigious, private schools in the world. Their pupils achieve outstanding academic success and their alumni include many world leaders, some of the world’s most successful business people, high profile diplomats and world leading academics. They also have a proud sporting and artistic traditions.
As well as children from across the UK, these schools’ welcome international pupils from around the world, who’s parents recognise the benefits of attending a leading British school.
The high demand for places at these highly acclaimed schools by students from around the world has led some of them to expand internationally to countries such as China, Malaysia and the Middle East.
Some are now looking to establish themselves in the USA through a strategic relationship with a third party that shares their educational vision and is able to provide an appropriate location.
We are working with several of the UK’s leading schools which are looking to build long-term relationships with investors in the US. All are outstanding, but each has its own distinct ethos, tradition and approach to education. Each of them also has different criteria when identifying potential partners.
The schools in our portfolio include the following:
Founded in 1934, Gordonstoun is located in Elgin, Scotland. It was the first school to educate an heir to the British throne.
Gordonstoun’s motto is ‘Plus est en vous’, which means ‘There is more in you’. Founder Kurt Hahn believed that young people flourish when their horizons are broadened beyond just their academic potential. He set out to develop the qualities of compassion, honesty, initiative, a thirst for adventure and a sense of service to others in them. His intention was not just to prepare his students for exams, but also for life.
Founded in 876, Hereford School is the fifth oldest school in the UK with a strong reputation for innovation and over 1,200 years’ of tradition. Its pupils achieve outstanding academic results
Founded in 1859, Wellington College is one of the world’s top co-educational day and boarding schools, combining innovation with 150 years of history.
The Wellington family of schools currently comprises of 4 schools in the UK, 5 in China and 1 in Bangkok.
Wellington College is renowned for being an outward-facing school with a strong international perspective and a deep desire to engage proactively and meaningfully with the state sector. One keyway in which these three characteristics have manifested themselves over the past decade is through the growing family of schools opened around the world by the College.
Founded in 1811, Caterham has an outstanding educational reputation as one of the top co-educational da and boarding schools in the United Kingdom.