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Mill Hill – Unfolding Spaces

At Mill Hill we’re looking forward to the future. We’re evolving. We’re changing the way our pupils study (and relax) to prepare them better for life in the 21st century.

Our new ethos embraces innovation, technology and modern working environments whilst maintaining Mill Hill’s heritage as a historic school with a commitment to both its day and boarding pupils.

To help us achieve our aims we have been modernising our estate to provide the following superb new resources:

New Sixth Form Centre

To better prepare our sixth formers for university we have built a dedicated and interactive space that more closely reflects the higher-education learning environment. Study zones interspersed with social breakout zones for relaxation.

Areas for quiet research with enhanced IT provision and areas for round-table debate. Our sixth formers deserve a space where they can be treated as young adults and where they can familiarise themselves with modern professional workplaces.

Thank you to our generous supporters who have donated at the following levels and whose names are now prominently displayed within the Sixth Form Centre.

  • £500 Pathfinders
  • £1,000 Pioneers
  • £5,000 Patrons
  • £10,000 Benefactors

Gifts of any amount make a real difference so do try to get involved.

New Boarding House at Mill Hill

The history of boarding at Mill Hill is as old as the School itself. In 1807 a small number of boys arrived at their dormitories and ever since Millhillians have also proudly associated themselves with Burton Bank or Collinson, Ridgeway or Winterstoke, Weymouth or Scrutton, Priestley or St Bees or indeed School House.

Our Millhillian boarders cherish their special affiliation with the School and the life-long bonds they establish through living and working together at Mill Hill. Boarding is an important tradition we intend to foster with renewed vigour. For the first time in recent years we have created a brand new boarding house. Currently known as ‘New House’ it occupies what the older generation of Old Millhillians will remember as ‘the San’ and most recently has been used to house the Cedars and Priestley day houses.

Thank you to those supporters who have donated at the following levels:

  • £500 Boarders
  • £1,000 Name a 1 Bedroom Dormitory
  • £5,000 Patron: Name a 2 Bedroom Dormitory
  • £10,000 Benefactor: Name a 3 Bedroom Dormitory

Gifts of any amount make a real difference so do try to get involved.
See our brochure and download the donation form here.