The Senior School at Clifton High School is an equal measure of 300 girls and boys, aged 11 to 18 years. Their vibrance and energy is reflective in the environment they share and one that provides them with the space to develop into well-rounded, confident individuals.
As educators, we believe that this mixed gender community benefits the ease of social identity and produces free-thinking children that are able to work collaboratively and constructively with each other.
It is throughout the Senior School that pupils develop their understanding of how their individual brilliance can impact the world around them. We aim to support their education with methods of teaching that sets their sights high to pursue ambitions with the resilience to succeed.
Clifton High's Senior School offers a richness of opportunity, from the outstanding teaching to the expansive extra-curricular timetable. The offerings of sport, music drama and the arts play an all-important role in our School life. Every pupil, without exception, is encouraged to ‘get involved’, growing their team building and leadership skills through participation in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, the World Challenge, charitable and environmental projects as well as and internal responsibilities.