Boarding

Being a Boarder is the most authentic way to experience a Harrow education; after all, Harrow School, London has been offering a boarding-only education for many decades.

Boarders benefit from being part of a community, from learning to live alongside others, and from having world-class facilities right on their doorstep.

All boarders can choose from a range of additional sporting, academic, creative and wellbeing activities. These sessions provide boarders with further opportunities to access the school’s facilities, develop new and existing skills, support their mental health, and interact with peers from other Houses – all the while being continually supported by Harrow faculty members.

Being a Boarder is the best way to become a true Harrovian.

Being a Boarder is the most authentic way to experience a Harrow education; after all, Harrow School, London has been offering a boarding-only education for many decades.

Boarders benefit from being part of a community, from learning to live alongside others, and from having world-class facilities right on their doorstep.

All boarders can choose from a range of additional sporting, academic, creative and wellbeing activities. These sessions provide boarders with further opportunities to access the school’s facilities, develop new and existing skills, support their mental health, and interact with peers from other Houses – all the while being continually supported by Harrow faculty members.

Being a Boarder is the best way to become a true Harrovian.

Enriching Activities

A key benefit of a Harrow International education, apart from academic excellence, is our holistic approach.

All boarders can choose from a range of sporting, academic, musical, creative and wellbeing activities. These sessions provide boarders with further opportunities to access the school’s facilities, develop new and existing skills, support their mental health, and interact with peers from other Houses – all the while being continually supported by Harrow teaching staff.

Lifelong Friends

What most pupils remember from the Boarding experience is the friendships they made.

In a Boarding House, pupils live with their friends, have meals with them and share the joys and tribulations of everyday school life. We see these strong and deep friendships growing over the years. Not only do pupils keep in touch with one another, we are proud to say many keep in touch with the school, long after they have left.