Hertfordshire has 23 private schools which take pupils of high school age, some of which also have primary and nursery schools as well. All of these schools offer day places, with over half offering boarding places as well. There are no boarding-only independent schools in Hertfordshire.
|GCSE Rank||A*/ A%||School||Gender||Day / Boarding||Day Fees||Boarding Fees|
|1||92.1||Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls||Girls||Day||£19,311||N/A|
|2||90.2||St Albans High School for Girls||Girls||Day||£19,650||N/A|
|3||88.9||Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School||Boys||Day||£21,159||N/A|
|4||81.3||St Albans School||Boys (Co-ed Sixth Form)||Day||£19,500||N/A|
|5||74.8||Bishop's Stortford College||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£16,579||£23,010|
|6||73.3||St Francis' College||Girls||Day & Boarding||£18,240||£34,350|
|7||65.6||Haileybury School||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£26,646||£36,144|
|9||62.2||St Margaret's School (Hertfordshire)||Girls||Day & Boarding||£17,991||£33,966|
|10||57.0||The Royal Masonic School for Girls||Girls||Day & Boarding||£18,360||£31,320|
|11||56.6||St Columba's College||Boys||Day||£16,326||N/A|
|13||45.7||Queenswood School||Girls||Day & Boarding||£21,345||£25,185|
|14||44.0||The Purcell School for Young Musicians||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£26,748||£34,152|
|15||39.2||Princess Helena College||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£17,850||£31,650|
|16||38.1||St Edmund's College||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£17,349||£28,869|
|17||37.0||Aldenham School||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£17,241||£25,686|
|18||36.0||Kings School (Harpenden)||Co-ed||Day||£7,872||N/A|
|19||34.2||Tring Park School for the Performing Arts||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£22,155||£34,620|
|20||34.1||Mount House School||Co-ed||Day||£16,560||N/A|
|21||28.0||St Christopher School (Hertfordshire)||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£19,404||£34,005|
|22||6.3||Stanborough Secondary School||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£9,825||£24,240|
Hertfordshire’s private schools are concentrated in the south of the county, closest to London in Watford and St Albans. The rest of the county is well covered with independent schools in Berkhamsted, Welwyn, and Hertford to name a few.
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There are 23 independent schools in Hertfordshire.
The top performing schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing schools academically for A-Level are (in order):
The top performing boys schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing boys schools academically for A-Level are (in order):
There are 7 independent girls schools in Hertfordshire.
The top performing girls schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing girls schools academically for A-Level are (in order):
There are 13 private co-ed schools in Hertfordshire.
The top performing private co-ed schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing private co-ed schools academically for A-Level are (in order):