Mill Hill School offers a broad education, where academic excellence is complemented by cultural, sporting and social development. Hard work, self-criticism, enthusiasm and loyalty are encouraged in order to support our aim of developing leadership and the acceptance of responsibility. Although the School is a non-conformist Christian Foundation, girls and boys of all denominations and faiths are welcomed.
Mill Hill offers a broad curriculum which aims to prepare pupils for entry into top universities and leading Higher Education institutions for other disciplines in the United Kingdom and beyond. The first year at Mill Hill is the Fourth Form (Year 9) which provides a foundation curriculum in over fifteen subjects. GCSE courses start formally in the Remove (Year 10); pupils sit typically nine or ten subjects at GCSE. In the Sixth Form, pupils select four subjects at AS Level. The majority of pupils then study three subjects in the Upper Sixth Form.
We firmly believe that the environment in which children are taught and learn is of paramount importance. We are privileged to have a school set in the most beautiful parkland setting, quite unique in London. The teaching facilities at Mill Hill are also of the highest order, particularly since the restoration of the Edwardian Marnham block in 2004 and the opening of the fabulous Favell Building in 2007.