We always encourage students and parents to visit the college. This gives them a much better idea of how successful we are at preparing our students for the IB and their future studies and careers. We would be pleased to see you at our Open Morning.
During these Open Mornings you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the college given by current students. You will also have the chance to meet the Principal and attend a presentation by the Vice Principal and current St Clare’s students. This is an excellent opportunity to talk to students about life at St Clare’s and also to sense the wonderful atmosphere that underpins the College’s mission.
Our next Open Morning is
Saturday 13 January 2018 – 10.00-14.00
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What is it like to live and study in Oxford?
Care for the individual is at the heart of what we do. Listen to what some of our recent students say about living and studying at St Clare’s.
Justas – Lithuaian
Biotechnology at Harvard University, USA
St Clare’s maintains a perfect balance between being academically rigorous and at the same time inviting us to try lots of extracurricular activities. During the lessons, our teachers might be showing demonstrations with fluorescent bacteria, or debating how political ideologies vary around the world.
Kevin – Indonesian
Design – University of Melbourne, Australia
Coming here is such a unique experience and is one that allows anyone to grow and develop themselves for the better! You meet the nicest of friends and the most supportive of teachers and staff that integrate with you in a level found nowhere else. It has definitely prepared me for my next stage in life as I come out a more independent and determined person.
Having studied the IB Diploma from 2012-2014 Nikita is now studying at the University of St Andrews. Alongside his studies he was able to start up The Quant Group as-well as hold an international conference about quant finance. We have caught up with him to see how he...
For St Clare’s International Day, the IB students and staff attended the St. Clare’s Model United Nations’ Conference which was held at Oxford Town Hall. The objective for the day was for students to gather in committees to debate about the current world’s largest...
St Clare’s students have had their artwork included in a special exhibit in the University of Wisconsin, featuring children affected by the Syrian war.