King's College Saint Michaels

Co-educational boarding school for 13-19 in Worcestershire

Type of school: Co-Ed Senior school

Age Range: 13-19

Number of pupils: 125

Fees per term: Boarding: £8,925–9,615


Set on 10 Hectares of grounds, King’s College Saint Michaels is a small, friendly, international secondary boarding school offering GCSE and A Levels, University Foundation and summer courses to students from all over the world. Specialist English language provision is provided and plays a major role in the curriculum with almost all students going on to study at universities in Britain.

Great Britain has, for a long time, had a well-deserved reputation for the quality of its education and Saint Michael’s continues in this tradition by offering intensive tuition by well qualified teachers in small classes. The great variety of nationalities who study at the school provides a stimulating intellectual atmosphere for all.

Great emphasis is placed on the personal attention which we give to each student. Each member of the teaching staff acts as personal tutor to a small group of students and ensures that parents are well informed of their child’s progress.

The school is coeducational and offers the choice of residential or host family accommodation in carefully selected local families. A varied and exciting sports and social programme, including excursions, sports teams and cultural activities, is also provided.

More than a place of learning

More than a place of learning, Saint Michaels, nurtures pupils, supports personal growth and reinforces the importance of a balance between work and play.

Pupils work with other students who represent an unparalleled diversity of geography, religion, race and economic circumstance. Our students share the campus and its many resources, learning community responsibility and self-discipline.

They quickly learn how to budget their time and how to respect the needs of others.

“Saint Michael’s College is a great place to be.  Students are friendly and do their best to help one another.”

Student from England