Building Brighton's future
Our school community is instrumental in shaping the exceptional education our pupils receive. The generosity of our parents, alumni and friends is at the core of what makes Brighton special and helps us realise our ambitious plans for the school.
We are immensely grateful to those who continue to volunteer their time and philanthropically fund key projects.
This support provides invaluable opportunities to our pupils, creates inspiring spaces for teaching and learning and helps us offer more scholarships and bursaries than ever before.
Thank you to our supporters
520 parent and alumni mentors for our Sixth Form
Creating spaces that inspire
With the generosity our supporters, we have built 11 state-of-the-art buildings in just 12 years. Our latest development, the School of Science and Sport, was opened in January 2020. These transformative additions of recent years, and those planned for the future, build on our vision of maintaining our status as a global innovator in education. Planning has now for our next capital project, a new educational building with state-of-the -arts facilities the performing arts, computing and a new Sixth Form Centre.
Due to open in 2023, Project 175 will bring the performing arts and digital technologies into one innovative hub at the heart of the campus. Designed by pioneering Dutch architects KRFT, the new facility will offer boys and girls: a 400-seat theatre, a new dance school, state-of-the-art computing and digital media suites, professional rehearsal studios and a new Sixth Form Centre.
From September 2020, we hope to offer twenty free Year 12 and Year 13 places in our Opening Doors scholarship programme. This initiative make will make Sixth Form places at Brighton College, one of the world’s leading schools, available to talented and ambitious young people from the local area. Opening Doors scholarships will be offered to local boys and girls who would not otherwise have access to the first-class teaching and pastoral care offered at Brighton.