Welcome to Boarding
Welcome to Rye St Antony Boarding School, Oxford
Our Boarding School in Oxford offers a first class boarding experience for girls aged from Years 5 to 13 on a beautiful wooded 12 acre site close to Oxford city centre within easy reach of London, Heathrow and all major airports. We offer a range of options to suit you and your family from full and weekly, through to flexi boarding. Boarding School Oxford
Oxford is your Classroom!
Rye St Antony is proud to be a boarding school within a mile of Oxford city centre – 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.
Our two boarding houses offer a happy home-from-home environment situated within our beautiful 12 acre grounds. Each are run by two experienced Housemistresses and their team of assistants, and consist of:
The Croft – for girls from Years 5 to 10
The Cottage – for girls from Years 11, 12 and 13
We are proud that the girls who board with us leave as confident, mature young women sure of what they want in life and well equipped to achieve it. They have been challenged in their academic life to ensure they get the very best outcomes for them, whilst in a supportive and nurturing environment. They create friendships that last a lifetime. They are resilient learners who have been, through their time with us, encouraged to be ambition, curious and most importantly themselves. They have experienced The Rye Way.