Oxford is your Classroom!

Rye St Antony is an international school in an international city. Oxford is a historic city renowned for its academic excellence and our students quickly realise how exciting and enriching it is to study in this cultural hub. Boarders can easily access a wealth of world-class facilities, museums, galleries, restaurants and theatres, including two renowned universities on their doorstep. The school is a hidden gem of historically interesting architecture set in 12 acres of beautiful green space, yet right in the heart of Oxford. We are within easy reach of London and surrounding airports via strong transport networks and our boarding team are highly experienced in ensuring that our international students’ travel to and from school is conducted safely and smoothly.

Life at Rye St Antony

As part of our boarding community, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a busy programme of activities during the evenings and weekends. Our boarders love the lively atmosphere of Oxford with its many cultural and recreational attractions whilst many of our outings and visits venture further afield to give you a taste of British culture and heritage. Within school, we offer many activities including sport and fitness, arts, crafts and music plus age-appropriate social gatherings with other schools.

As a boarder at Rye, you will become fully integrated with our day girls with whom our international students develop long-lasting friendships often returning to study at Rye at a later stage of their education.

Application Key Dates

Register
September 2023

Open mornings
September 2024

Final registration point
October 2024

Entrance assessments
January 2025

Additional assessments
January 2025

Offers sent
February 2025

Admission to the school
September 2025

Rye St Antony, Oxford – Bringing Our School to your Home

We are pleased to be able to offer bespoke virtual tours and meetings to interested families at this time.

We are incredibly proud of the Virtual Learning Experience we have offered our pupils – you can read about it here