St Mary’s boasts a wealth of high-quality facilities for learning, sports and relaxation which enable students to take full advantage of everything the site has to offer both during and outside of lessons.
After working hard in class, students can enjoy exploring the grounds and spending time with their new friends as they benefit from the range of facilities on offer.
Set within its own grounds in the British countryside, the peaceful environment found at St Mary’s School provides the perfect setting for learning and enjoying new things.
And with cultural and historic sites such as Windsor Castle a short coach ride away, students will enjoy a true British summer school experience.
Students who attend a course at St Mary’s School will be walking in the footsteps of many famous alumni. The school was founded in 1885 by Mary Ward, a visionary who firmly believed that women were just as intellectually capable as men, and that they deserved an education that reflected this.
Our inclusive summer schools reflect these values of diversity, inclusivity and opportunity for all.
Attending a summer school at St Mary’s is likely to be many students’ first experience staying away from home, and the safe, secure British boarding school environment is the perfect setting in which to take those first steps.
Boarding schools are characterised by a sense of community, and St Mary’s School is no exception.
Students who attend our summer courses here can enjoy feeling part of a close-knit group both during and outside of lessons as they learn with their classmates during the day and then eat, socialise and have fun together after class.
Find out what activities and excursions are on offer during your stay in Ascot.
A traditional British boarding school with superb facilities and extensive grounds.
“This experience was life-changing in so many good ways. It pushed me out of my comfort zone and made me realise that ‘the world is my oyster’. I highly recommend this program to students who would like a memorable international experience without limits.”
- Taonga, Zambia