Senior school

King's College School is an independent day school for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18. Founded in 1829 by royal charter, King's is a school of over 1300 pupils.

Welcome to King’s College School. The school prides itself on being one of the top academic schools in the country but with a strong emphasis on pastoral care and an exceptional co-curricular programme. Over the past three years our pupils have secured over one hundred and sixty places at either Oxford or Cambridge. Pupils joining the co-educational sixth form at King's are able to choose between A levels and the International Baccalaureate diploma.

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Latest Senior School news

26th September 2016
Congratulations to upper sixth former Henry Osborne, who has recently won the 2016 Trinity Group Essay Prize for Geography. Henry’s prize-winning essay explored whether the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in...
17th September 2016
This Saturday saw King's celebrate the third annual Prize Giving ceremony at Cadogan Hall. We were especially honoured to welcome Sir Trevor McDonald OBE - King's Fellow and former King's...
16th September 2016
When I woke up it was raining and cloudy, but that didn't make me glum because we were going to DRUSILLAS! On the coach journey there, we watched a brilliant new film called Zootropolis. When we got there...
12th September 2016
What a day! The sun certainly shone on the transition boys as they spent a day last week getting to know each other at LEGOLAND. It was lovely to see the boys charging round the theme park, full of energy....
12th September 2016
The Arthur Wellesley society and the History society Gulwali Passarlay - From Afghanistan to Britain: A child refugee's journey Last week many parents, staff and pupils attended a truly inspirational talk...

King's College School

Southside, Wimbledon Common,

London SW19 4TT

Senior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5300


Absence line: 020 8255 5303

Junior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5335