|About The School|
"DEUS HORAM DAT"...
Set mainly in a Tudor Manor house within spacious grounds between the Sussex Downs and sea, Shoreham College is an independent co-educational school
for children aged three to sixteen.
The work of the College, originally established in 1852 as Shoreham Grammar School, is based largely on traditional lines and aims at a thorough preparation for the GCSE examinations. Entry can be at any stage between Early Years and Year 11. Both scholarships and bursaries are available. Despite our non-selective policy, our pupils frequently achieve high grades in GCSEs, well above the national average.
The school is a charitable trust whose trustees form the College Council. The Headmaster is a member of the Independent Schools' Association.
We have a duty to instil a high standard of discipline at Shoreham College not only between staff and pupils but also with fellow pupils.
Respect For Self ...... Respect For Others