St Clare's Oxford
St. Clare's was founded by Anne Dreydel OBE and Pamela Morris in 1953 and grew out of a scheme to establish links between British and European students after the Second World War. The College grew quickly to encompass a wide range of programmes, both at university and pre-university level and in English Language.
The College introduced the International Baccalaureate Diploma for pre-university students in 1977. St Clare's is the longest-established IB World School in England, and there are only 13 schools in the world that have been teaching the IB Diploma for longer. It welcomes students from over 40 nationalities.
St Clare’s was recently ranked within the Top 40 Independent Schools in the UK by The Daily Telegraph. The atmosphere is informal and friendly, with an equal emphasis on hard work and encouraging personal responsibility.
Very good IB results
Andrea Agnelli (Businessman/ President of Juventus F.C./ Board member of Fiat Group)
Heathrow: 1 h
Birmingham: 1 h 10 min
Stansted: 1 h 40 min
Oxford: 10 min