Millfield is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged 13-18 years based in Street, Somerset, England. It was founded in 1935.


Millfield is an amazing place!  From its foundation in 1935 through to the present day the school has inspired generations of pupils to immerse themselves in academic study, cultural and sporting endeavours to express their intellectual, creative and physical potential. The school has enabled independent minded pupils to develop confidence and maturity, making the most of their futures and succeeding in all walks of life.


Sitting at the forefront of our ethos is our belief in the goodness of young people, the importance of conversation and care within the school community; secure in the challenges that Millfield provides:


A rich learning community where aspiring to excellence in each domain; academic, co-curricular and sport, is the norm

Richness of relationships and the power of conversation; creating connectedness, memories and friendships that can last a lifetime

Respect for the quiet confidence of those less forthright yet committed to achieve

Outstanding facilities and small class sizes enable a culture where each pupil is supported by a community of teachers, coaches and houseparents

Sophisticated use of digital technology for learning where pupils benefit from its use, but equally understand their responsibilities




Millfield is a registered charity and is the largest co-educational boarding school in the UK with approximately 1,240 pupils, of whom over 950 are full boarders of over 65 nationalities.


Millfield is known for its sporting prowess and has produced many international and Olympic athletes


Millfield has been represented at every Olympic Games since 1956. At the London 2012 Games, Millfield was the most represented UK school. At Rio in 2016, eight Millfieldians took part and won a total of four medals in rowing, swimming and rugby sevens.




Prince Abbas Hilmi, Egyptian prince and financial manager

Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia

Lily Allen, singer-songwriter

Prince Asem bin Al Nayef

Sir Gareth Edwards, British Lions and Wales rugby international

Helen Glover, Gold medal winning Olympic rower

James Guy, 2017 World Swimming Championships Bronze Medal 100 meters Butterfly.

Princess Alia bint Hussein, Jordanian princess

Max Mosley, former president of the FIA

Padmanabh Singh, Indian polo player and member of the former royal family of Jaipur State

Maha Vajiralongkorn, King of Thailand


Additional Info

牛津剑桥大学录取率 Oxbridge rateN/A
城市 CityStreet
邮编 PostcodeBA16 0YD
最低年龄 Start Age12
最高年龄 End Age19
宗教信仰 ReligionNone
校长 HeadmasterMr C A Considine
Unique Code123911
始建日期 Founded Date1935
ISI教育质量报告 ISI Integrated/Education quality report